14 hrs ago
Report: 28 Hezbollah members killed in Syria
In Nassau Cnty accident. shoulder blocked on Wantagh Pkwy SB between Hempstead Tpk/NY Rt-24/W3 and The Southern Pkwy/W4 In Nassau Cnty accident.
17 hrs ago
Hezbollah suffers big losses in Syria battle-activists
Boys walk along a damaged street filled with debris in Deir al-Zor May 19, 2013.
21 hrs ago
Syria crisis: battle for Qusair - live updates
The town has been besieged for weeks by regime troops and pro-government gunmen backed by the Lebanese militant Hezbollah group.
Jack Wills opens first store in Beirut
Jack Wills, the quintessential British clothing brand, made its debut in Lebanon as its first prestigious store opened in Beirut's City Centre Mall.
Sun May 19, 2013
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Senior Hizbullah Official Killed in Syria Fighting
A senior Hizbullah terrorist was among 20 members of the group who were killed in intense fighting in Syria on Sunday, Al Arabiya reports.
Global Voices Online
KFC Deliveries Smuggled into Palestine through Secret Tunnels
Palestinian Anas Hamra, from Gaza, claims he got his Kentucky Fried Chicken delivered - after a seven hour wait.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
Syrian Troops Target Key Rebel-Held Town
Syrians inspect Saturday the rubble of buildings damaged by government airstrikes in Qusair, Syria.
One killed in northern Lebanese city of Tripoli
Lebanon's radical chic
ELIZABETH JACKSON: Lebanon's war-ravaged capital has long been heralded by Western visitors as one of the most secular stopovers in the Middle East.
Book Review: 'Bone Ash Sky'- Harrowing stories from a broken world
Weekend Australian May 18, 2013 Saturday 5 - All-round Review Edition Harrowing stories from a broken world Review by Peter Pierce Bone Ash Sky By Katerina Cosgrove Hardie Grant, 465pp, $29.95 KATERINA Cosgrove's first novel, The Glass Heart, was published as long ago as 2000.
Lebanese artist Nahas goes graphic on air
Many Lebanese artists have tackled the violence and horror of the country's Civil War in their work.
Summer's music scene is sizzlin' with the Dum Tak...
Dum Tak Alternative Arab Music Festival will host some of the biggest independent musicians from all over the Arab world - including several from Egypt - between 28 May and 1 June in the Jordanian capital city Amman.
National Public Radio
How The Syria Debate Is Playing Out In The Middle East
Host Rachel Martin talks with Ramez Maluf, professor of journalism at Lebanese American University in Beirut, about different views in Arab media on the Syrian conflict.
Sat May 18, 2013
President Assad suggests peace talks are unlikely to succeed
Syrian President Bashar Assad, seen, during a meeting with his Iranian counterpart Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, unseen, at the presidency in Tehran, Iran.
Gunmen seize father of Syrian minister
GUNMEN have abducted the elderly father of Syria's deputy foreign minister, his office and a Lebanese TV station say.
The Marion Star
Syrian rebel leader: U.S. will act if conflict widens
George Sabra speaks during a meeting on the situation in Syria, in Ankara, Turkey, on March 21.
Cannes: Arab Film Power Players Partner on Road Movie 'A to B'
A group of pioneering Arab filmmakers have come together to shoot a road movie in the Middle East that they hope will also draw audiences and make an impact outside the region.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Miami Herald
Cyprus drops limits on 8 more foreign banks
Cyprus on Friday got rid of limits on money transfers and withdrawals for international clients of another eight foreign banks doing business in the debt-laden country.
Syria ex-minister leads rebuilding plan
In this picture taken on Friday May 10, 2013, Syrian economist Abdullah al-Dardari, a chief economist at the Beirut-based U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia and a former deputy prime minister in President Bashar Assad's government, speaks during an interview with the Associated Press, In Beirut, Lebanon.
Thu May 16, 2013
Voice of America
Syrian Strife Spilling Over, Infecting Region
The conflict in Syria is taking a steep toll on its neighbors. Videos from Syria being posted to the Internet show a now-familiar theme - a country ripping itself apart - neither side willing to give in.