Time's Rania Abouzeid reports on the fallout from the massacre in Houla, Syria.
As Kofi Annan's peace plan for Syria falls apart, the Syrian army fired into a Turkish refugee camp Monday, escalating conflict and wounding at least five people. Also, in Lebanon, a cameraman was reportedly shot and killed by Syrian soldiers.
One year into his brutal crackdown, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad faces an armed insurgency by rebel fighters of the Free Syrian Army, including some defectors from his own regime. In a rare glimpse inside the opposition, GlobalPost reporters Hugh Macleod…
Jeffrey Brown talks to filmmaker Denis Villeneuve, director of "Incendies.'…
By Larisa Epatko
Women came together on March 8 to express a message of solidarity on International Women's Day by dancing in Iraq, protesting in Ivory Coast and dressing as men in Lebanon.
Lebanon's prime minister, Saad Hariri was meeting with President Obama at the White House when the resignations came in. (White House photo by Pete Souza.) Lebanon's President Michel Suleiman announced Thursday he will launch formal talks next week to…
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By PBS NewsHour
A Western-backed, anti-Syrian coalition maintained a parliamentary majority in Lebanon after elections Sunday in which some observers had expected to see Hezbollah make gains.
By PBS NewsHour
Lebanon's parliamentary elections on Sunday pit a Western-backed coalition now holding the majority in the government against an Iranian- and Syrian-backed alliance led by Hezbollah.
By Arts Desk
In another in our series about the Kennedy Center's Arabesque art festival, Jeffrey Brown profiles Lebanese folk singer Marcel Khalife, who for nearly 40 years has been rousing audiences with songs about love and strife, politics and injustice.
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