The postponement followed a violent weekend in the tiny Mediterranean nation that saw the toughest crackdown on demonstrations in two months.
By Bassem Mroue, Associated Press
In our news wrap Tuesday, masked gunmen killed 18 people and wounded hundreds at a tent encampment in Karbala, Iraq. The bloodbath sparked one of the largest anti-government protests yet in Baghdad, where police fired tear gas. Also, Lebanon’s embattled…
Saad Hariri spoke Tuesday after nearly two weeks of nationwide mass demonstrations.
By Andrea Rosa, Bilal Hussein, Associated Press
The ongoing conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran is the centerpoint of the current crisis, according to some experts.
By Jennifer Hijazi
By Kamala Kelkar
Two weeks after disappearing to Saudi Arabia and resigning, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri arrived in France on Saturday, announcing he will return home, though failing to quash speculation that he’s under the Saudi government’s control.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Feuding Lebanese leaders signed a breakthrough deal Wednesday to end 18 months of political conflict, abating fears of a fresh civil war and opening the door for the election of a new president.
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