"Even if, hypothetically, the government says we're going to implement all the reforms that you want, they're not going to trust them," Kareem Chehayeb, a journalist and activist, told Newsweek.
"We are victims of systematic oppression by our own government," Dima El-Ayache, a student protester, told Newsweek. "Today we are revolting."
"Israel is flaunting its power, and showing to all its high military superiority."
Fifty years after the Israelis routed a joint Arab force, peace remains elusive.
Lebanon's Ministry of Economy and Trade said it had taken the "necessary measures" to ban the film due to its Israeli lead.
Almost half the total Shia combat fatalities in Syria 2012-2017 were Hezbollah fighters.
Despite his "America first" rhetoric, Trump understands that the US has a unique responsibility in the world.
Europe cannot wish the refugee crisis away, say the filmmakers of new documentary "Lost in Lebanon."
Are we funding the terrorist group Hezbollah by the back door?
The Grand Mufti's office expressed surprise at Le Pen's public reaction to headscarf, claiming she had not expressed concern when informed of the plans prior to the engagement.
Saudi Arabia's break with a Sunni ally in Lebanon could jeopardize a fragile political balance.
More than two decades of dogged legal work finally paid off.
The company has been criticized for not enabling the feature during the Beirut attacks.
After the Paris attacks, it's clear that some lives are considered more important than others.
The attacks killed dozens of people in a heavily-populated area of Beirut.
The explosions were the first attacks in more than a year to target a Hezbollah stronghold inside Lebanon.
The storm led to a pause in fighting in Syria, according to reports.
Abdul Haleem al-Kader was selling pens on Beirut's streets when a crowdfunding campaign raised more than $128,000 for his family.
The government closed Beirut's primary landfill on August 17th and the resulting stench gave the protest its name.