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Lebanon's state commissioner to the military court Judge Saqr Saqr has charged six Syrian nationals and three Lebanese with smuggling weapons from Lebanon into neighboring Syria.
Lebanese banks are allegedly laundering money for the terrorist group Hezbollah, according to the DOJ.
The United States accused one of Lebanon’s largest banks on Thursday of laundering hundreds of millions of dollars a month for a multinational drug trafficking organization with ties to Hezbollah
The U.S. Treasury Department said on Wednesday it was targeting a Lebanon-based drug trafficking and money laundering network suspected of doing as much as $200 million a month in business.
At the age of 13, Marwan learned to hide the little colourful pills in his socks as he strode past his supervisors at school. Two years later, he is a go-to man for ecstasy in the Lebanese capital
For a number of Ethiopian women, Lebanon has become a transit hub to Europe.
A sit-in is scheduled to take place Friday in front of the Future News headquarters in Beirut to express solidarity with Omar Harqous, a journalist with the Future News network who was assaulted in a brazen day time attack in Beirut’s Hamra area on Thursday.