1974, Beirut. It's the height of the Cold War. A Yemeni politician is shot dead in his car. Almost 50 years later, his granddaughter Mai Noman, a BBC journalist, seeks answers.
By Nikki Fox & Pete Cooper
By Jim Muir
Visiting Senior Fellow, Middle East Centre, LSE
Five people are shot dead in gun battles following a protest over the Beirut port blast investigation.
The Beirut blast left many missing, including an Ethiopian woman who lived in a destroyed tower block.
We owe it to our people to tackle issues which led to the blast, the ambassador to the UK says.
One year on from the blast that rocked Beirut, no one has yet been made accountable.
A year on from the explosion that devastated Beirut, survivors in one close-knit district are trying to rebuild their lives, helped by passionate volunteers, but not the state.
The country's economic crisis has forced some families to move into refugee camps to survive.
Martin Patience gets to the source of Lebanon's water crisis.
By Francesca Williams
Joe Salloum and his team are bringing hope, and homes, back to people who live in the poorest areas of Beirut.