A Malian state prosecutor said Wednesday that the Islamist militant group al Mourabitoun is suspected of kidnapping a French-Swiss aid worker from the city of...
A fire nearly destroyed the iconic Christmas tree in the Lebanese city of Byblos, north of Beirut, state media reported Monday.
A Byblos mufti Sunday hailed the achievements of General Security in the "war on terror,” the National News Agency reported
Clergymen across Lebanon Sunday commemorated Christmas with prayers, hopes for reconciliation and calls for an overall revival in the country
Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri called for more employment and development opportunities for the youth Tuesday as he launched a new Outreach and...
“Model EU is for the next generation that will be responsible for this country, this region, this world.
Byblos Bank, one of the leading banks in Lebanon, said Wednesday that net profits in the first nine months of 2016 has slightly surged compared to the same...
The UNIFIL Maritime Task Force marked Friday the 10-year anniversary of its deployment in Lebanese waters on a peacekeeping mission.
Walking down a dim stairway into the basement of Beirut’s National Museum is like stepping into the underworld.
In 2015, the Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters recorded 22,773 deaths as a result of natural disasters worldwide.
In response to the article published by the researcher and associate professor of economics at the American University of Beirut, Dr. Jad Chaaban, in...
The 2016 Byblos International Festival closed Tuesday night to a capacity crowd of over 8,000 enthusiastic revelers, eager to watch the Lebanon debut...
The Byblos International Festival welcomed Mashrou‘ Leila back to its sea-side stage Friday night. The band’s homecoming performance brought them back to the...
The Daily Star interviewed the General Manager and Chairman of Byblos Bank Semaan Bassil on the performance of the bank and the future plans of lender.
Byblos Bank announced Tuesday that its net profits in the first six months of 2016 rose by 6 percent to $73.8 million compared to the same period in 2015.
Unbent by age, layered with eras and a heady mix of civilizations, there are few stages more fitting for Grace Jones than the ruins of Byblos.
A pint-sized plastic glass sits alone on one corner of the desk of Hisham Jaber, known to a few by his stage name, Roberto Kobrosli.
Somewhere in deepest Germany, in an underground bar, four bearded Lebanese men sing an ode to Lebanon’s “Golden Age.”
It has been two years since the vacuum of the Lebanese presidency began on May 25, 2014.
A group of environmental activists held a demonstration Thursday in Downtown Beirut to denounce the construction of the Janna Dam.