April 16, 2013
Bank employees in Lebanon vowed Monday to stage fresh protests and sit-ins on April 28 to press their demand for the renewal of a 2008 collective labor agreement.
The Lebanese has-been singer demonstrates his new religious focus on a video gone viral doing the call for prayer.
Saudi Prince AlWaleed Bin Talal topped the 100-person richest Arabs list, according to Forbes, as former Lebanese PM Najib Mikati comes in it at 8th.
Lebanese singer Najwa Sultan is ready to rock the region this summer with several performances. She's making sure we all know she's coming by appearing on shows from Beirut to Dubai.
Bold and beautiful, Myriam Fares surprises fans with an outrageous look resembling silent film star Charlie Chaplin.
April 15, 2013
Emirati singer Hussein Al Jasmi wants a woman with the X-Factor, not the job on the judging panel. His work on the set is getting in the way of his latest album and his love life.
The 'Caesar of Arabic Song' wants a second chance to judge on the set of 'The Voice 2'
Leading Lebanese banks’ profit growth will be on the upswing in the first quarter of 2013, according to FFA Private Bank market research.
April 14, 2013
One man was killed and several people were wounded on Sunday when Syrian gunmen slammed rockets into Lebanon’s border village of Qasr in the Hermel region.
Roula Saad is going Iraqi for her next single as she ups the Mesopotamian to her repertoire.
Lebanon's energy minister signed a $470 million contract on Friday for a new power plant in near Tripoli, Lebanon.
The Lebanese star is keeping busy shooting one series straight after she finished the first
Lebanon's Finance Ministry said on Friday that cuts in the 2013 Electricite du Liban budget slashed undocumented spending and not any legitimate benefits for workers at the state-run electricity company.
Activists report that 40 Lebanese Hezbollah fighters have been killed in recent fighting in al-Qusayr, Homs, Syria
Abbas Al Nouri lives on, despite a rumored assassination, with at least two dramas in the lineup.