The scale of Syria's civil war has forced refugees in Lebanon to get past longstanding divisions.
16 Sep 2013 20:26 GMT | US & Canada, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria's Civil War
Anti-government fighters battle Alawites in Syria's northwestern Latakia province in an increasingly sectarian war.
28 Aug 2013 10:56 GMT | US & Canada, France, Germany, Iraq, Libya
The people of southern Lebanon have had their fair share of hard times, even by Lebanese standards.
27 Nov 2003 19:44 GMT
Bassam Bkeily says he has spent three-quarters of his life underwater, exploring the Mediterranean Sea along the Lebanese coast and watching what he described as the “slow and painful death” of his great love.
Rania Abouzeid | 25 Nov 2003 13:17 GMT
Damascus is in Washington’s crosshairs again, but Arab analysts say a recent US Congressional vote to sanction Syria will not have the intended effect.
Rania Abouzeid | 05 Nov 2003 11:52 GMT
Abu Umar is a humble man with relatively humble ambitions.
Rania Abouzeid | 01 Nov 2003 20:00 GMT
<?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p>Zaynab Dirani is fighting mixed emotions - feeling cautiously optimistic, yet braced for more disappointment
Rania Abouzeid | 12 Oct 2003 06:17 GMT
How football is helping Rwandan women overcome the trauma of the 1994 genocide and become drivers of economic growth.
Women, Africa, Rwanda
How can broadcasters avoid becoming technologically outpaced, journalistically outmoded and economically outdated?
Media, Social media, Science & Technology
Jose Eduardo Cardozo, head of Dilma Rousseff's defence team, discusses the impeachment case and the issues behind it.
Politics, Dilma Rousseff, Latin America
What challenges have generations of immigrants faced in a country torn between secularism and religious diversity?
Politics, France, Islam