The world famous Lebanese band, Mashrou’ Leila, has become the latest victim of Lebanon’s criminal defamation and insult laws.
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Prominent rights group raised their voice against law discriminating Lebanese women married to foreigners and denying their children citizenship.
The recent mass execution of dozens of Saudi citizens has drawn wide criticism from rights groups and governments around the world.
The sentencing of Lebanese TV correspondent Adam Chamseddine to three months in jail for “insulting” a security agency in a Facebook post .
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Lebanon’s parliament gives new coalition government a way to start working with vote of confidence after a televised session to debate proposed policies.
The last big hurdle was a dispute over how Hezbollah’s Sunni allies should be represented in cabinet, resolved by the inclusion of Hassan Mrad.
This week will be decisive in efforts to form a government in Lebanon, representing a last chance to break the deadlock, Prime Minister-designate Saad said.
Lebanon’s PM-designate, Saad Hariri warned Tuesday a government must be formed as country faces tough economic situation after months of political deadlock.
Hundreds in Lebanon took to streets to protest a deteriorating economy and political stalemate that has country’s lawmakers struggling to form a government.