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‘Very anxious’: Lebanon’s ICU doctors fear unfolding COVID surge
“I’m very anxious about what we’ll see in the next few weeks,” a 33-year-old intensive care doctor, on a short break from a 24-hour shift at a Beirut hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU), said.
Nasrallah remembers Soleimani: A commander present on frontline
The secretary-general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement paid homage to Iran’s top commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, saying he was always present on the battleground and commanding fellow fighters as opposed to military leaders worldwide who are absent from conflict zones.
Nine In 10 Syrian refugee families in Lebanon in extreme poverty: UN
Nine out of 10 Syrian refugee families in Lebanon are living in extreme poverty, according to a United Nations report, citing "compounded crises" in the country.
Hundreds of Syrians exit Lebanese town over tensions: UN
At least 270 Syrian families have left a north Lebanon town, as hostility toward them mounted over a murder allegedly committed by a Syrian national, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said.
Iran reiterates support for Lebanon amid Western pressure
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani congratulated Lebanon on the occasion of the 77th anniversary of Independence Day, reaffirming Tehran’s support for Beirut and its preparedness to strengthen bilateral relations.
Lebanon hires firm to clear dangerous material from shattered Beirut port
Lebanon’s authorities signed a contract this month with a German company to clear dangerous material stored for more than a decade at Beirut port, the site of a seismic blast in August that killed about 200 people and wrecked swathes of the capital.
Bassil says US sanctions result of his refusal to break ties with Hezbollah
Influential Lebanese Christian politician Gebran Bassil said on Sunday that US sanctions against him were unjust, politically motivated and the result of his refusal to break ties with Hezbollah.
Lebanon seeks arrest of owner, captain of ship bringing ammonium nitrate to Beirut
Lebanon requested the arrest of the foreign owner and captain of the ship which brought material which blew up at Beirut port causing devastation.
Lebanon PM-designate resigns after failing to form cabinet
Lebanon's premier-designate stepped down Saturday, saying he had been unable to form a reform-minded government to lift the country out of its worst economic crisis in decades.
Lebanese president says cabinet formation needs miracle
President Michel Aoun warned on Monday Lebanon was going "to hell" if a new government was not formed, and said agreeing one could need a miracle after positions had hardened between rival factions.
One family's desperate, deadly attempt to flee Lebanon
By Bassam Hatoum and Hussein Malla
Iran, Lebanon discuss expansion of cultural ties
In a meeting between Iranian Cultural Attaché to Lebanon Abbas Khamehyar and Caretaker Culture Minister in Beirut, Lebanon Abbas Mortada, the two sides highlighted the expansion of cultural cooperation.
Rescuers search Beirut rubble for third day, with nation transfixed
Rescue workers continued to dig through the rubble of a Beirut building for a third day on Saturday, still hoping to find someone alive more than a month after a massive port explosion shattered Lebanon’s capital.
Lebanon PM-designate pledges 'government of experts'
Lebanon's Prime Minister-designate Mustapha Adib on Wednesday pledged to form a “government of experts” to spearhead reforms demanded by the international community.

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