Iraq's parliament on Sunday approved the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi's government after two months of protests that have left more than 420...
Hariri says he withdraws candidacy for prime minister
Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai implicitly endorsed a technocratic government Monday, saying the next government needs "fresh faces."
Hariri arrives to Baabda Palace to meet Aoun
Hariri heading to Baabda Palace to meet Aoun: Baabda source
Caretaker Prime Minister Saad Hariri called on supporters of his Future Movement to refrain from going to the streets in protest Wednesday evening.
The Delegation of the European Union to Lebanon said in a statement Wednesday that “it is imperative that a new Government is formed without delay and that...
The British Embassy in Lebanon called Wednesday for “a government that can urgently deliver vital reforms necessary to create a better country for all.”
Lebanese cautiously welcomed Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s resignation Tuesday in Downtown Beirut
I am relieved because resignation is what the people want: Hariri
Hariri leaves Baabda Palace, makes no comment
Hariri arrives at Baabda Palace to hand his resignation to Aoun
Prime Minister Saad Hariri Tuesday handed President Michel Aoun a written resignation on the on the 13th day of anti-government protests.
Hariri resignation is an option, talks over govt status continue: official source
Security concerns arising from the 11-day popular uprising against the ruling political elite have overshadowed the drive for a Cabinet reshuffle designed to...
PM Hariri arrives at Baabda Palace to meet President Aoun
A change in the government, a key demand of protesters, appeared closer Thursday after President Michel Aoun’s offer to consider a Cabinet reshuffle swiftly...
Defense Minister Elias Bou Saab did not order the Army to open roads by force, but told them to protect those who are protesting peacefully, he said Thursday.
The British Embassy in Lebanon Thursday called for protesters' demands to be heard and reforms to be quickly implemented.
Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul-Latif Derian hoped Wednesday that the reforms agreed on by Cabinet would be the beginning of the necessary changed.