Hezbollah's leader plans to speak Saturday about the indictment of four party members in the assassination six years ago of Rafik Hariri, Lebanon's former prime minister.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said that the militant Islamic group has uncovered three spies within its ranks, two of whom were recruited by the CIA, Lebanon's state news agency reported.
The leader of Hezbollah in Lebanon said Friday that his organization had uncovered three spies within its ranks, two of which had been recruited by the CIA, Lebanon's state news agency reported.
The powerful leader of the Lebanese Shiite militant group Hezbollah weighed in on the conflict in Syria on Wednesday and defended the country's embattled president.
Anti-government protests in Syria have been captured on video by civilians taking great risks, as Arwa Damon reports.
The leader of the Hezbollah movement in Lebanon says that Arab regimes have been confronted by popular protest because of their alliances with the United States and Israel.
Hezbollah will announce its pick for a new prime minister Monday and won't be "pressured" by an international tribunal investigating the 2005 killing of a former premier, its leader said Sunday night.
CNN's Ivan Watson reports conflict-weary Lebanese have a simple request from their leaders: stability and peace.
Nearly six years after the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, a prosecutor has submitted the long-awaited results of an international investigation to a judge at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, the tribunal said Monday.
Nearly three years after agreeing to a deal ending a tense -- at times violent -- stalemate, Hezbollah's leader on Sunday stood by his party's decision this week to withdraw from Lebanon's unity government and refused to back Prime Minister Saad Hariri's bid to stay in power.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad traveled Thursday to the always tense Lebanese border with Israel, showered praise on Lebanon's unity and cranked up his trademark fiery rhetoric against his nemesis -- the Jewish state.
CNN's Arwa Damon reports from south Lebanon where Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah praised Saturday the upcoming visit of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Lebanon, his first trip to the country since taking office in 2005.
Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah blames Israel for the Lebanese prime minister's killing. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah accused Israel on Monday of having been behind the 2005 killing of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
Hezbollah leader Hasan Nasrallah predicted Thursday that a special U.N. tribunal investigating the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri will blame elements of his party, but said he would reject any such conclusion.
Throngs of mourners gathered Tuesday in Beirut to bid farewell to the man considered Hezbollah's first spiritual leader, Grand Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah.
Hezbollah's chief on Monday announced the group's new "manifesto," which calls on all countries to "liberate Jerusalem" and declares the United States a threat to the world.
"Millions voted for President Ahmadinejad and that makes the elections definitive," declared Iran's Grand Ayatollah Ali Akbar Khamenei during his Friday sermon.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour discusses her recent time in Iran, the situation there and answers viewer questions.
Lebanon's pro-Western bloc will retain its control of the country's government despite a strong challenge from a Hezbollah-dominated alliance, according to official election results released Monday.
CNN's Cal Perry reports on what Lebanese elections mean to other players in the Middle East.
Shortly after 8 a.m. on July 12, 2006, Hezbollah fighters snatched two Israeli soldiers after carrying out an ambush on their patrol.
Hezbollah's leader accused a German magazine of engaging in a conspiracy with Israel and the West after it reported that the militia group orchestrated the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
The militia group Hezbollah has dismissed a German magazine report that it was behind the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, calling the accusations "fabrications."
Obama's eighth day in office was dominated by the economy as he met with House Republicans about the stimulus package.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said the administration of former President George W. Bush worked with its Arab allies to try and change the "realities" in Gaza before Barack Obama took office.
Protesters gather outside the Israeli embassy in London and try to push their way closer to the building.
A renowned blues guitarist hails from a country not usually associated with the musical genre. CNN's Brent Sadler reports.
The prisoner exchange is greeted with celebrations in Lebanon. But it may signal a dangerous new phase in the Arab-Israeli conflict
Five Lebanese militants, including a convicted murderer, received heroes' welcomes Wednesday as they returned to Beirut from Israel as part of a prisoner swap.
Israel has signed a U.N.-brokered deal with Hezbollah under which it plans to release prisoners in exchange for two captured Israeli soldiers, both presumed dead, the Israeli prime minister's office said Monday.
Hezbollah has agreed to a swap with Israel involving prisoners both alive and dead, leader Hassan Nasrallah says.
Israel's High Court on Monday rejected an appeal by the parents of a captured Israeli soldier who hoped to compel the government to explain why a recent cease-fire deal with Hamas did not include the release of their son, a court spokeswoman said.
Hezbollah returns the body of an unknown Israeli soldier in a box from the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah war.
Israel on Sunday deported a Lebanese-born man who served six years in jail on charges of spying for the Shiite militant group Hezbollah.
The fiery leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah militant movement assured Lebanon on Monday that his movement will cooperate in the country's political life.
Facing facts, and with no good options, Lebanese politicians have begun conceding to the country's new rulers
What began as a labor protest in Lebanon is morphing into a regional confrontation with all sides refusing to back down
Militias are alive and fighting in Lebanon, despite U.N. resolutions. CNN's Richard Roth explains.
Shiites and Sunnis battle in the streets of Beirut following a speech by a Hezbollah leader.
Gun fire broke out in downtown Beirut on Thursday after Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said recent government actions amount to "a declaration of open war."
Though there's not a thread of evidence for it, some Lebanese have even set the date for a new Israeli invasion -- April 6.
The assassination of a top commander has prompted fears that a second round in the 2006 war could be drawing nearer
The head of Hezbollah threatened "open war" against Israel as mourners gathered in Beirut Thursday for the funeral of a senior commander in the Islamic militant group organization killed this week.
The Mideast braces for more violence as anti-Syria leader Hariri and Hizballah commander Mughniyah are mourned by their supporters
Robert Baer, a former CIA operative, assesses the life and bad times of a man he once hunted, one of the most dangerous terrorists in the world
Osama bin Laden's top lieutenant warned in a video statement released Sunday that Iraqi tribal leaders who side with U.S. troops against al Qaeda fighters would face reprisals when Americans leave Iraq.
Six Lebanese soldiers were killed during intense fighting as the army battled again Saturday to rout militants from a Palestinian refugee camp north of Tripoli, a military spokesman said.
Lebanese soldiers -- backed by gunboats, heavy artillery and rows of tanks -- entered a Palestinian refugee camp that has hosted days of fierce fighting north of Tripoli, a military source said Friday.
The leader of Hezbollah in Lebanon, Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, has warned the Lebanese army not to enter the Palestinian refugee camp north of Tripoli where it has been confronting Islamic militants.
Beirut emerged Friday from an overnight curfew imposed after deadly clashes erupted between pro-government and opposition supporters at Beirut Arab University.
Lebanese officials Thursday imposed an overnight curfew for Beirut after deadly clashes erupted between pro-government and opposition supporters at Beirut Arab University.
At least 200,000 people packed the streets of Beirut Friday, responding with cheers and applause as Christian opposition leader Michel Aoun called for Prime Minister Fouad Siniora to step down.
Attempting to blunt the impact of a rally planned by Hezbollah for Friday, Prime Minister Fouad Siniora vowed Thursday that there will be no coup in Lebanon.
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The Bush administration Wednesday warned the governments of Syria and Iran to stop what the White House said were efforts to topple the government of Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora.
United Nations peacekeepers Sunday denied Israel's assertion that it had completely withdrawn all of its soldiers from southern Lebanon.
In a speech to thousands of cheering supporters, the leader of Hezbollah vowed Friday the militants never will give up their arms, as called for in the U.N. resolution that ended its 34-day war with Israel last month.
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan is seeing first-hand the destruction in southern Lebanon during a Middle East tour designed to cement a truce between Israel and Hezbollah.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Monday rejected an independent commission to investigate his government's handling of the war against Hezbollah militants in Lebanon.
Had Hezbollah known how Israel was going to respond, the group would not have captured two Israeli soldiers last month in northern Israel, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said Sunday.
A tense, tenuous cease-fire between Israeli troops and Hezbollah militants appeared to be holding early Tuesday, despite a number of clashes and mortars fired inside southern Lebanon.
The U.N.-brokered cease-fire between Hezbollah and Israel will begin at 8 a.m. (1 a.m. ET) Monday, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Saturday in a taped statement.
Israel launched a second straight night of airstrikes on the southern suburbs of the Lebanese capital on Friday, targeting an area known as a stronghold of Hezbollah militants.
A diplomatic firestorm raged Wednesday after four U.N. observers died in southern Lebanon in what the U.N. chief said was an "apparently deliberate" Israeli airstrike.
Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah apologized for an attack that killed two Israeli Arab children in northern Israel, saying the youngsters were "martyrs for Palestine."
Two Israeli soldiers were killed battling Hezbollah guerrillas Thursday in a second day of fierce ground fighting in war-ravaged southern Lebanon, the military said.
Four Israeli troops were missing Saturday following an attack on one of its warships off the Lebanese coast just minutes after Hezbollah's leader said the militant group will take aim at the warships that "attacked our civilians."
Israeli fighter jets bombed Beirut International Airport Thursday, expanding Israel's military campaign against Lebanon's Hezbollah guerrillas holding two Israeli soldiers captive.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah urged demonstrators to return to their homes early Friday after a television program satirizing him spurred hundreds of followers to set bonfires in the streets of Beirut.
Responding to three weeks of anti-Syria demonstrations, a massive, Hezbollah-organized rally filled a central Beirut square Tuesday to show support for Syria and reject a U.N. resolution that calls for the complete and immediate withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon.
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud and Syrian leader Bashar Assad will meet Monday in Damascus to discuss details of a pullback of Syrian troops in Lebanon, Lebanese and Syrian government officials said Sunday.
Israeli police entered a Jerusalem holy site and used stun grenades and rubber pellets to quell Palestinians throwing rocks at police and Jewish worshippers at the end of Friday prayers at the Al Aqsa Mosque, according to a police spokesman.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard has condemned alleged comments made by the spiritual leader of Australia's Islamic community which called for holy war against the West.
Israel and Hezbollah were expected to begin a historic prisoner exchange in Germany this week, the chief of the Lebanese militia group said Sunday.
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