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Lebanon's Hezbollah won't oppose IMF aid under 'reasonable conditions': Chief
Lebanon's Hezbollah movement said it could accept Beirut receiving an International Monetary Fund financial rescue package under "reasonable conditions".
Hezbollah backs Lebanon government’s decision not to repay $1bn in foreign currency debt
The Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has expressed its support for the government’s decision not to pay looming Eurobond maturities due on Monday, emphasizing that the measure secures liquidity and prevents bankruptcy in the heavily indebted state.
Lebanon hopes debt talks could be wrapped up in nine months
Negotiations to restructure Lebanon's foreign currency debt should not last more than nine months if well-intentioned, the economy minister told a local broadcaster, as the country headed for its first sovereign default.
Lebanon says to default on Eurobonds as financial crisis intensifies
Lebanon said it would default on its Eurobond debt for the first time and seek out restructuring agreements due to a spiraling financial crisis that has hit foreign currency reserves.
Lebanon faces a $50b hole even beyond its Eurobonds
Lebanon has a lot more than just maturing Eurobonds to worry about.
Switzerland of the Middle East unravels
By Alison Tahmizian Meuse*
IMF team arrives in Lebanon to give financial advice to govt.
A team of experts from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has traveled to Lebanon to provide the debt-ridden country with advice on how to alleviate a deepening economic crisis.
IMF team arrives in Lebanon to give financial advice to govt.
A team of experts from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has traveled to Lebanon to provide the debt-ridden country with advice on how to alleviate a deepening economic crisis.
Larijani: Iran ready to help Lebanon
Iran's Parliament speaker Ali Larijani said his country stood ready to help Lebanon's crisis-hit economy, the Lebanese president's office said after the two met on Monday.
Protest held near US embassy in Lebanon against Trump Mideast plan
People in Lebanon have held a protest rally near the US embassy in capital Beirut to express their dissent against American President Donald Trump's Middle East plan, known as the so-called deal of the century, on Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Lebanon finance minister asks banks to cut interest rates
Lebanon’s finance minister urged the country’s banks on Friday to reduce interest rates in order to help the economy and offered reassurances that bank deposits would not be touched as the country wrestles with a financial crisis.
Iran deems formation of Lebanon’s new govt. as ‘positive step’
Iran hailed the dialogue among different Lebanese parties and the formation of a new government, describing it as a step forward and a positive move to solve the country's problems.
Baghdad march, Lebanon's govt. formation dealt heavy blows to US: Top Hezbollah official
The White House has been dealt stinging blows following the massive march in Iraq against the presence of US troops in the country as well as the formation of a new government in Lebanon, says a senior official from the Lebanese resistance movement, Hezbollah.
UN says political manipulation suspected to be behind violent rallies in Lebanon
The United Nations says violence caused by “strange groups” in Beirut seems to be politically driven in an attempt to undermine security and stability in Lebanon, which has faced anti-government protest rallies for the past three months.
Lebanon names new government amid protests
Lebanon unveiled a new cabinet line-up on Tuesday amid protests, as the government will have to deal with a faltering economy.

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