They come from Africa and Asia to work as domestics in Lebanon. There, many face domestic violence and virtual slavery. Here’s why the law doesn’t protect them.
The federal government’s aid package isn’t enough, so a New York City group came up with a plan.
How the Lebanese uprising is helping a divided nation form a cohesive national identity.
Beirut has long been plagued by corruption. The next generation has already had enough.
Lebanon is about to kick 1.5 million Syrians out of the country—and they have nowhere else to go.