June 12, 2005
Lebanese singer Haifa Wahbi revealed that she intends on filming a new music video, but did not disclose the title of the song
Voters on Sunday went to polling stations in central and eastern Lebanon in the most crucial round of Lebanon's parliamentary elections.
Elli Deeb, business manager and husband of Lebanese singer Nawal Al Zoughbi, has revealed that once again negotiations between his wife and Rotana Production Company have reached a dead end
June 10, 2005
US President Bush said Friday that he's "disturbed" by reports that claim Syria is failing to live up to terms of a U.N. resolution that it withdraw a
June 9, 2005
Syria's ruling Baath Party has decided to loosen an emergency law in place since 1963. Ending a four-day congress focusing on reform on Thursday, the
Lebanese singer Juana Malah is in the process of preparing for her big debut into the music world once more with the new album after a two-year absence
Lebanese singer Haifa Wahbi sang for her fans in the Gaza Strip, -Palestine, broadcast live through the radio station Gaza FM, based in Rome
June 8, 2005
Prominent Lebanese singer Najwa Karam is preparing to go on a tour around the world starting in Melbourne and Sydney Australia in May
Upon her return from Kuwait, Lebanese singer Amal Hijazi began preparations for the filming of the new music video for her song “Ala Keefak” (As You Please) to be directed by Tony Kahwaji
Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram and Iraqi singer Kathem El Saher are on a joint tour around the US and Canada that is witnessing tremendous success as concert tickets are selling out well in advance of th
June 7, 2005
Israeli warplanes on Tuesday morning again violated the Lebanese airspace and sovereignty over the western Bekaa and the south.
Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram has begun recording the songs for her upcoming album, featuring twelve songs in the Egyptian, Lebanese, and Gulf dialects
June 6, 2005
The independent Dubai-based Al Arabiya news channel continues to maintain its presence in Lebanon as the country has completed its second round of pa
Hizbullah and its Shiite allies late Sunday claimed victory in southern Lebanon's second stage of national elections.
June 5, 2005
The second round of the four-stage parliamentary elections opened in the south of Lebanon on Sunday. Hizbullah expects to win. A victory would give th