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Hezbollah’s position in Lebanon after elections
Disarmament is Hezbollah’s red line
Political, economic stability, Lebanese voters’ priority: Ex-envoy
Lebanon's long-awaited parliamentary election was held yesterday after several postponements. Political instability and the turbulent economic situation have caused dissatisfaction among the Lebanese. Accordingly, the latest election was doubly important. We talked with Masoud Edrisi, Iran’s former ambassador to Lebanon, to get his thoughts on the crucial vote.
Lebanese abroad cast votes in parliamentary elections
Lebanese expatriates cast their votes on Friday for parliamentary elections, state media said, two years into an unprecedented economic crisis that spurred a mass exodus.
Hezbollah chief warns of plots to plunge Lebanon into strife after boat tragedy
The secretary-general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement warned of a slide towards violence in a country grappling with a major economic crisis after at least six people, including a child, died as a boat carrying dozens of migrants sank in the eastern Mediterranean.
IMF, Lebanon reach draft funding deal, subject to reforms
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said it has reached a draft funding agreement with Lebanon – but that Beirut must enact a batch of economic reforms first before its board decides whether to approve the deal.
Iranian filmmaker Farnoosh Samadi to judge at Beirut festival
Iranian filmmaker and screenplay writer Farnoosh Samadi has been selected as the head of the jury panel at the 2022 edition of the Beirut International Women’s Film Festival (BWFF) in Lebanon.
Minster: Iran to expand cultural cooperation with regional countries
Iran’s Cultural Week begins in Beirut
Arts & Culture Desk
Berri voices Lebanon’s support for Iran-Saudi dialogue
Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said Beirut supports negotiations between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Lebanon returns 337 artifacts of different eras to Iraq
Lebanon's Ministry of Culture handed over to Iraq on Sunday 337 ancient artifacts that had been on display in a Lebanese museum for years.
Lebanon breaks up over 15 Israeli spy networks
Lebanon’s security forces dismantled more than 15 Israeli spy networks over the past few weeks, according to a report, marking one of the largest security operations in the Arab country since 2009.
Lebanon will not ‘hand over’ Hezbollah weapons: FM
Lebanon will not “hand over” Hezbollah’s weapons, the country’s foreign minister said ahead of a meeting with his Persian Gulf Arab counterparts to mend ties.
Hezbollah, Amal end boycott of Lebanon's cabinet
Powerful Lebanese groups Hezbollah and Amal said they would end a boycott of cabinet sessions, opening the way for ministers to meet after a three-month gap that has seen the economic crisis deepen and currency collapse further.
Lebanon needs $12-15b to kick-start recovery: Central bank
Lebanon needs to receive 12 to 15 billion dollars from its partners to kick-start its economic recovery and shore up foreign currency reserves, Banque du Liban Governor Riad Salameh said Tuesday.
Ex-Lebanese minister says will never change stance on Saudi-led war on Yemen
Former Lebanese information minister George Kordahi, who resigned under pressure from Saudi Arabia, stresses that he will not retract his statement denouncing the years-long Saudi-led aggression against impoverished Yemen.

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