The death of Ibrahim Harb, a 35-year-old accountant, brings the number of people killed by the blast to at least 215.
Lebanese political leadership has accused Judge Tarek Bitar of bias after charging senior officials.
As the economic crisis grinds on, Lebanese navigate soaring food costs and fuel and medicine shortages.
Fenianos accuses Judge Bitar of ‘abnormal behaviour’ and ‘double standards’ after the judge issued his arrest warrant.
Beirut’s port blast and an unprecedented socioeconomic collapse have left many Lebanese people suffering trauma.
Judge issues arrest warrant after former public works minister Youssef Fenianos fails to appear for questioning.
Calls for a UN-led international investigation are multiplying as a Lebanese inquiry fails to deliver accountability.
A new report makes the case that disasters are interconnected and that piecemeal solutions will continue to fall short.
Memorials turned into protests on the one-year anniversary marking enormous explosion that devastated Lebanon’s capital.
Hundreds of Lebanese march to mark anniversary of Beirut port explosion that killed more than 200 people.
The banking sector is responsible for the current crisis in Lebanon. Sanctioning its leaders can help effect a solution.
The investigation into the Beirut port blast has become a proxy battle for the future of Lebanon itself.
One year after deadly explosion in Lebanese capital, grieving families who lost their children continue to seek justice.