August 4, 2006
Israeli warplanes struck three bridges linking Beirut to northern Lebanon on Friday, in the worst attacks yet on the north of the country.
August 3, 2006
Hizbullah chief Hassan Nasrallah warned on Thursday in a televised speech that if Israel attacks Beirut, his fighters would launch rockets that would
At least 11 Israelis, including three soldiers, were killed Thursday in clashes with Hizbullah and rocket attacks on northern Israeli towns.
As war rages on in Lebanon, Israel has been targeting not only Hizbullah's fighters, but also, the social network that prior to the current clashes had served Lebanon's Shiite community with its basic
Israel's three-week-old offensive against Hizbullah in Lebanon has killed more than 900 people and wounded 3,000 with a third of the casualties childr
August 2, 2006
SABIC has made a SR 8 million contribution to this charitable humanitarian campaign to support the Lebanese people and alleviate their suffering.
Hizbullah on Wednesday fired its heaviest barrage of rockets on northern Israel in one day.
Israeil commandos carried out a raid on the Hizbullah stronghold of Baalbek in east Lebanon at daybreak Wednesday.
August 1, 2006
Canada on Tuesday dismissed growing criticism about its pro-Israel stance, saying the Hizbullah was "a cancer" that could well break the terms of any
European Union foreign ministers called for an immediate end to Israel-Hizbullah hostilities, watering down demands for an immediate ceasefire at the
A senior Iranian cleric has called on Islamic nations to provide weapons to Hizbullah to fight Israel, an Iranian news agency reported Tuesday.
Hizbullah fighters engaged in heavy exchanges of fire with Israeli troops in southern Lebanon on Tuesday morning.
Israel's political-security cabinet voted in the early hours of Tuesday morning to expand ground operation in south Lebanon.
July 31, 2006
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said on Monday there would be no ceasefire in the war against Hizbullah in Lebanon until the threat from the group
The UN on Monday indefinitely postponed a meeting called by Secretary-General Kofi Annan to start planning a new international peacekeeping force for