Egyptian police have arrested 25 suspects and are hunting for another 24 in the Sinai peninsula, where officials say the Iranian-sponsored group Hezbollah was operating a covert cell.
After supporting an Army crackdown against lawlessness in the Bekaa Valley, the Shiite organization faces a backlash from angry clan members ahead of June elections.
For the first time in the Middle East, prisoners stage a play and gain insight and respite from overcrowding and anger.
From crawling on the carpet with Ronald Reagan to sipping tea with the Che Guevara of Afghanistan, former staffers recount stories as the Monitor transitions to new formats.
A journalist examines the life of an Iraqi general to understand why good people serve evil regimes.
Lebanese officials worry that Gaza has overshadowed efforts to help Palestinian refugees there rebuild from a 2007 battle between the Army and militants.
Clinton says talks will begin this weekend.
Lebanese rap artists take genre back to its socially conscious roots in a society deeply divided.
The animated antiwar movie struck a chord in Lebanon and many are finding ways to see it despite the ban on Israeli films.