Myriam Sweidan
“Although his supporters realize that Saad has many shortcomings, the tragedy that surrounds his career has brought him closer to the Sunni street. He enjoys a level of acceptance that Bahaa, despite his relentless attempts, has not managed to achieve.
Myriam Sweidan
Some 30 Kenyans sleep outside the Kenyan consulate demanding to go home. As Lebanon is virtually bankrupt, thousands of female foreign workers have been abandoned. They often have not been paid for months.
Myriam Sweidan
According to the International Rescue Committee, 30,000 women became unemployed following the Beirut port explosion. According to UN Women, 51 percent of those affected concern women-headed households. Here is the story of three of them.
Myriam Sweidan
No one seems to care about this aspect of women’s lives, although we know that women’s physical health has become vulnerable as a result of their having to resort to other methods to replace sanitary pads, such as using cloth or nylon bags!
Myriam Sweidan
Lebanon finally installed a national commission to deal with the many thousands of missing and forcibly disappeared during the Civil War. It was hardly up and running before half its members resigned …
Myriam Sweidan
As a consequence of the unprecedented currency crisis, Lebanon is falling hungry. And the worst is yet to come …
Myriam Sweidan
As loyal lapdogs, Lebanon’s traditional media follow the government’s lead and routinely blame the people for the disastrous increase in corona cases.
Myriam Sweidan
“Even with death, you want to make a profit?” … The stories exposed by this investigation raise questions about the possibility of hospitals benefiting from the registering of deaths under the cause of “Covid-19”, regardless of their actual cause of death.
Myriam Sweidan
A large number of Coronavirus cases were recorded inside Roumieh prison, infections spreading among both inmates and security personnel alike. The response from concerned authorities, especially the Health Ministry, is to attempt to diminish from the gravity of the news, denying its status as a fresh new crisis devastating Lebanon.
Myriam Sweidan
The tourism sector is a vivid example of the country’s economic decline, with enterprises partially or totally closing down, reducing employees’ salaries, or laying them off completely, particularly by forcing them to offer their resignations.
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