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Lebanon is on the brink of social explosion and breakdownUncategorized

Lebanon is on the brink of social explosion and breakdown

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Najib Mikati has received 73 votes from the Lebanese Parliament, making him the new
Syrians abroad vote for a return to stabilityMiddle East

Syrians abroad vote for a return to stability

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Syrians went to their embassy, or consulate, in dozens of countries abroad to vote
“Syria has been a victim of the terrorists’ use of chemical weapons”: Dr. Al Hakam Dandy, a Syrian Counselor UNINTERVIEWS

“Syria has been a victim of the terrorists’ use of chemical weapons”: Dr. Al Hakam Dandy, a Syrian Counselor UN

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator On April 16, the journalist Andre Mate, spoke to the UN Security Council concerning
The Lebanese crisis is directed against Syrian reconstruction: says Dr. Jamal WakimINTERVIEWS

The Lebanese crisis is directed against Syrian reconstruction: says Dr. Jamal Wakim

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Syrian investors have about $42 billion in Lebanese banks. The corrupt Lebanese banking system
False Accusations Used Again Against President Assad of SyriaMiddle East

False Accusations Used Again Against President Assad of Syria

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator New allegations have surfaced, accusing Syrian President Assad of some connection to the Beirut
Syrian refugees flee as their tents are torched in LebanonMiddle East

Syrian refugees flee as their tents are torched in Lebanon

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator On December 26, hundreds of Syrian refugees fled their refugee camp in the Miniyeh
Lebanon is sinking economically, and pulling Syria down with themEconomy

Lebanon is sinking economically, and pulling Syria down with them

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Syrian President Bashar al Assad recently revealed the main source of Syria’s deepening economic
Will the Mediterranean Sea save Lebanon from drowning in debt?Economy

Will the Mediterranean Sea save Lebanon from drowning in debt?

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The Lebanese population faces between six to twelve hours of electricity cuts per day,