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Is Hezbollah Going Broke?
Plummeting oil prices mean major cutbacks for Iran’s most powerful proxy.
Tel Aviv Diary: Israelis Fear the Double Threat of Hezbollah and ISIS
No sooner has the war with Hamas ended than Israel is threatened from its northern borders.
Hezbollah Says Border Attack Was Message to Israel
The Shia militant group claims an attack which wounded two Israeli soldiers was a message that the group remained hostile to Israel despite engagements in Syria
Hezbollah Bomb Wounds Two Israeli Soldiers, Israel Shells South Lebanon
The incident in the Shebaa hills area marked the first time that Hezbollah has claimed responsibility for an attack against the Israeli army since 2006, when the two sides fought a 33-day war.
Has the ISIS Crisis Pushed the CIA into Bed with Hezbollah?
Washington wants Lebanon to stop ISIS at its borders. So does Hezbollah. It's a tricky minuet for two longtime lethal foes.
Leaks Claim 40 ISIS Cells Are Waiting to Strike Lebanon
Yet the country’s shock-absorption capacity has surprised everyone, even the people who live there
Hezbollah Sees Islamic State as Threat to Gulf, Jordan
The Iranian-backed Hezbollah has been helping Syrian President Bashar al-Assad fight a Sunni Islamist-dominated insurgency
A New Generation of Spy Catchers Shakes Up the FBI
Unlike most of their forebears, who collared bank robbers, kidnappers and Mafia dons,the agency’s young guns are steeped in the world of Hezbollah, Chinese hackers, and Russian spies.