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'We Won't Pay' Campaign in Lebanon to Boycott Taxes

'We Won't Pay' Campaign in Lebanon to Boycott Taxes

“No street lights, broken roads, floods, and constant roadworks. Why would I pay my mechanic fees”? said Mohammad Terro, one of the people who have announced their will to boycott paying due taxes and fees in light of services' deterioration.

Facing Humiliating Controls, Lebanese Focus Fury on Banks

Facing Humiliating Controls, Lebanese Focus Fury on Banks

Before picking up cash from a downtown bank in Lebanon's capital, Mey Al Sayegh mentally braces herself for what would have been a routine trip before the country's crippling cash crunch. For starters, it will be at least an hour's wait in line before her turn comes.

Exclusive - Closure of Libya Oil Ports Revives Demands for Equal Division of Revenues

Libya’s oil wealth has often fallen victim to bickering between rival parties and exposed the country to foreign meddling.

Threat of Terrorists, Migrants, Drugs Worries Libya’s Neighbors

Threat of Terrorists, Migrants, Drugs Worries Libya’s Neighbors

As efforts to reach a long-term agreement for Libya’s crisis continue to stumble, its neighboring countries are worried that the ongoing instability will spill over across their borders.

Houthis Escalate Violations amid Forced Haircut Campaigns

Houthis Escalate Violations amid Forced Haircut Campaigns

The Iran-backed Houthi militias have not stopped their repressive acts and violations against people in Sanaa and other areas under their control.

The Sinister Genius of Qassem Soleimani

The Sinister Genius of Qassem Soleimani

In 2003, in the run-up to the US-led invasion of Iraq, the Iranian regime was ridden with anxiety. President George W. Bush had included Iran in his post-9/11 “axis of evil” in a famous 2002 speech.

Hospitals…Another Casualty of War in Tripoli

Hospitals…Another Casualty of War in Tripoli

Since the fighting escalated in the Libyan capital Tripoli last April, people have continued to suffer. Many of their neighborhoods have become battlegrounds and residents are forcibly displaced to seek refuge.

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