Lebanon’s worsening fuel shortages translating into few or any hours of state-backed power a day
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Hezbollah has worked with Iran to ease Lebanon’s energy crisis
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for West Asia (ESCWA) estimates the crisis has so far propelled 78 percent of the population into poverty.
Thousands of medical staff have left since the start of the economic crisis in 2019
Ahmad Al Assir was convicted for the killing of Lebanese soldiers
Lebanon’s prime minister-elect says country will try to avoid sanctions connected to accepting Iranian oil, but appeals to Arab League for alternatives
Iranian oil shipment has set sail for Lebanon, fueling already high tensions in the region
More than a year on, no senior official has been held accountable, angering many Lebanese
A young social media activist is battling to clear her name in a long-running court case
A ship carrying much needed oil from Iran to Lebanon will set off soon from Iran – and Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah warned Israel and the United States to let it through.
Hospital warns that 55 patients on respirators are in danger of dying if the facility doesn't get more power soon