Lebanon's new prime minister says his priority is a resumption of rescue talks with the International Monetary Fund
Beirut port explosion
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.
The country's economic crisis has forced some families to move into refugee camps to survive.
As the situation in Lebanon worsens, Pope Francis is holding a day of prayer for the country.
Protests have been taking place over strict lockdown measures, including a total curfew.
Longtime adviser to Lebanese President Aoun on why he quit his party
Joe Salloum and his team are bringing hope, and homes, back to people who live in the poorest areas of Beirut.
This is what happened to Lebanon's only cruise ship, which was docked in the explosion's epicentre.
An artist has created a statue of a woman using rubble and broken glass from Beirut's dockside mega-blast that took place in August.
The BBC's Lina Sinjab looks back at one year of protests calling for change in Beirut, Lebanon.
By Martin Patience
BBC News, Tripoli
By Jonathan Amos and Paul Rincon