Iran-backed Hezbollah’s parliamentary bloc said on Thursday that decisions on Lebanon’s debt obligations require national consensus as the country grapples with a deep financial crisis.
Lebanon’s authorities, including the new Hezbollah-backed government, are struggling to decide what to do about a $1.2 billion Eurobond maturing in March.
Lebanon’s Daily Star temporarily suspends print as Lebanese media strugglesLebanon’s most well known English-language newspaper The Daily Star announced on Tuesday that it was suspending its print edition. The ... Print
Lebanon lays out ‘painful steps’ required in financial rescue planA policy statement by Lebanon’s new government calls for interest rate cuts and bank recapitalization in a rescue plan that includes ... Economy
Six injured in protests in front of US Embassy in LebanonDemonstrators gathered in front of the US Embassy in Lebanon on Sunday to protest US President Donald Trump’s peace plan, Lebanese media ... Middle East