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This Revolution Has Raised the Bar. How Lebanon’s Protests Have Created a Surprising Space for LGBT Rights
Although it’s viewed as relatively socially liberal, Lebanon still criminalizes homosexuality in accordance with a law that dates back to the late days of the French Mandate, when France controlled the country from ...

Lebanon’s Aoun hopes a government is formed in the coming days
Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun on Thursday said on his official Twitter account that he has hope in the possibility of the formation of a new government in the coming days. (Photo: Dalati Nohra/Handout via Reuters)

Meet Lebanon’s flag queen
27-year old Feyrouz Abou Hassan is easy to spot in the crowds of Beiruts three-week uprising. (Photo: Finbar Anderson for the National)

In Lebanon, a woman’s place is leading the revolution
In a political system where women are chronically underrepresented, women are making themselves heard in the streets, reports Richard Hall. (Photo: Richard Hall/The Independent)


Lebanon elections: Voting with a disability
Author and teacher Jinan has defied all obstacles in Lebanon, where disability largely remains a taboo subject.

Jinan has been protesting for better accessibility at polling stations in Lebanons 2018 General Election.

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Crossing Divides: Lebanons civil war veterans fight for peace
In Lebanon, a group of ex-fighters from opposing sides in the countrys deadly civil war is trying to foster a peaceful future.
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