Man in Lebanon sets himself on fire at protest
A man in Lebanon tried to self-immolate during a protest in Beirut on Saturday, the Lebanese Red Cross said, before protesters extinguished the flames.
Protesters say 'real independence' close as Lebanon turns 76
Lebanon was marking 76 years of self-rule on Friday, but protesters say that only this year are its people experiencing "real independence".
Lebanon pupils skip school for 3rd day to demand change
Thousands of high school students across Lebanon skipped classes Friday for the third day in a row to carry on the flame of the country's anti-graft movement.
Students swell Lebanon protest movement
Thousands of students took to the streets across Lebanon Thursday to demand a better future as an unprecedented anti-government protest movement entered its fourth week and continued to spread.
Thousands protest in Lebanon after rally to support president
Thousands of Lebanese protested Sunday to keep up a nationwide street movement that has brought down the government, hours after a mass rally to support the embattled president. Unprecedented cross-sectarian demonstrations have gripped Lebanon since October 17, demanding a complete overhaul of a political system deemed inefficient and corrupt. On Sunday evening, thousands of protesters…
Lebanon government falls, protesters demand 'more'
Lebanon's prime minister submitted his government's resignation on Tuesday, bowing to nearly two weeks of unprecedented nationwide protests against corruption and sectarianism.
Six Nigerian artists on Beirut journey into Contemporary African Art
Painting, sculpture, installation and mixed media works by Duke Asidere, Rom Isichei, Chidi Kwubiri, Gerald Chukwuma, Adewale Alimi and Suraj Adekola are the current poster-face of art from Africa, in the Middle East.
High stakes for army as protests engulf Lebanon
It's one of the iconic images of Lebanon's protests: the tears of a soldier torn between his duty and a loving crowd -- the same dilemma now facing the national army.