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Armenian elders determined to stay in Beirut
Beirut resident Vany Bandikian once dreamt of traveling outside Lebanon, but after a massive explosion wrecked her neighborhood, all she wants is to stay in the home her father built.
Lebanese president: Fresh Beirut fire likely deliberate act of sabotage
Lebanese President Michel Aoun said a deliberate act of vandalism may have caused the latest fire in Beirut port, which came a month after a massive blast, which killed more than 190 people and injured thousands in the Lebanese capital.
'Now we are ruined': Lebanon's embattled savers try to rebuild
Like many Lebanese expatriates, Nadim Srour wired savings back as a nest egg for his return. Now those deposits have crumbled in an economic crisis and a Beirut blast has destroyed his home.
UNESCO, Louvre and international organizations pledge ‘cultural first aid’ to Beirut
As Beirut faces the daunting task of recovery following the major blast on August 4, a number of international museums and heritage organizations are rallying together to offer help to its arts and culture community.
Hariri tribunal: Hezbollah, Syria had no link with 2005 blast
A UN-backed tribunal said it has not been able to establish any link between a 2005 blast in Beirut that killed Lebanon’s former prime minister Rafiq Hariri and the Hezbollah resistance movement or the Syrian government.
Aoun: Impossible Beirut blast was caused by Hezbollah arms
Lebanese President Michel Aoun said it is “impossible” that a recent deadly explosion in the capital Beirut was triggered by a blast from a deposit of arms belonging to the Hezbollah resistance movement.
Beirut blast ‘100 percent an Israeli job’: Advisor to Iran’s Leader
Iran’s former defense minister and current military advisor to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said the recent deadly explosion in Beirut was “100 percent an Israeli job” meant to pit the Lebanese nation against Hezbollah and disarm the resistance movement.
Lebanese president calls probe into Beirut blast ‘complex’
Lebanese President Michel Aoun said the probe into a devastating blast in Beirut is “very complex” and won’t be finished quickly.
Iran hopes for stability in Lebanon after Beirut blast
Zarif: West shouldn't exploit explosion for political goals
Iran’s ‘Driving Lessons’ wins Beirut Best Screenplay Award
Acclaimed Iranian short film ‘Driving Lessons,’ directed by Marzieh Riahi, won the Best Screenplay Award at Beirut International Women Film Festival (BWFF).
Children in Beirut suffer from trauma after deadly blast
When the huge explosion ripped through Beirut last week, it shattered the glass doors near where three-year-old Abed Itani was playing with his Lego blocks. He suffered a head injury and cuts on his tiny arms and feet, and he was taken to the emergency room, where he sat amid other bleeding people.
Lebanon marks one week since deadly Beirut explosion
The explosion was caused by the ignition of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate that had been sitting at Beirut port for more than six years.
Lebanon’s cabinet under pressure as ministers quit after Beirut blast
Iran says explosion should not be politicized
Lebanon information minister quits in first gov’t resignation after blast
Lebanon's Information Minister Manal Abdel-Samad on Sunday stepped down in the first government resignation since a deadly port blast killed at least 160 people and destroyed swathes of the capital.
Beirut port explosion death toll rises to 158: Ministry
Hezbollah 'categorically denies' storing arms at port

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