Forbes  8 hrs ago  Comment 
Beset on all sides by enemies, adversaries and strife, overwhelmed by refugees and historically fragmented by politics and religion, Lebanon would not appear to be the most attractive country for investors and tech entrepreneurs. Somewhat...
BBC News  Oct 25  Comment 
Lebanon is among the top five cannabis growing countries in the world. One farmer tells the BBC why, for many, there are few alternatives.
Euromoney  Sep 16  Comment 
Shaken by war on its border, a political crisis that has left it without an elected president for two years, and a collapse in the price of oil, Lebanon’s economy is facing challenges unseen since the country’s own civil war.
New York Times  Sep 13  Comment 
With debit cards rather than bagged food, refugees buy their produce, live in more dignity, and raise less resentment among their Lebanese neighbors.
Automotive World  Aug 11  Comment 
Datsun continues to expand its global presence with the brand’s return to Sri Lanka, where it was first introduced in 1957. This comes just a few weeks after the legendary brand was brought back to Lebanon. Datsun is re-entering the market in...
New York Times  Aug 11  Comment 
Gilbert Chagoury, a donor to the Clinton Foundation, wanted to contact someone in the State Department to offer his insight into elections in Lebanon, his spokesman said.  Aug 1  Comment 
WASHINGTON (dpa-AFX) - The Donald Trump Campaign said a report that a major Clinton Foundation donor was denied entry into the U.S. over ties to the terrorist group Hezbollah is "deeply troubling." Nigerian Billionaire Donor Gilbert Chagoury, who...
New York Times  Jul 30  Comment 
Bryan Denton, a photographer who works for The New York Times and is based in Beirut, Lebanon, gives his account of covering Iraqi forces’ recapture of Falluja from the Islamic State.
Euromoney  Jul 26  Comment 
A US law to curb Hezbollah’s access to finance has caused weeks of turmoil in Lebanon, where the rules were quickly implemented, and even exceeded, by a financial sector eager to avoid US sanctions. The explosion of a bomb outside the Beirut...
New York Times  Jul 24  Comment 
Mr. Sutherland, an agriculture professor who was among dozens of Westerners kidnapped by Islamic militants in Beirut in the 1980s, was released in 1991.


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