July 16, 2006
Gulf Air has announced that it has laid on five additional flights between Damascus and Bahrain over the next five days, and operated larger aircraft, increasing its present capacity by 2,000 seats an
July 15, 2006
In an emotional televised speech, Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora called on the United Nations to broker an immediate cease-fire between Hizbulla
Israeli warplanes launched four missiles at a border crossing point between Lebanon and Syria on Saturday, witnesses said.
Israeli warplanes renewed attacks on Lebanon early Saturday, targeting bridges and fuel storage tanks and gas stations in the east and south, security
American President George Bush on Saturday blamed Hizbullah alone for the escalating violence in the Middle East, putting himself at odds with Russian
Hizbullah attacked an Israeli warship with an unmanned aircraft rigged with explosives or a missile and set it ablaze Friday night, Israeli military o
Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama has just returned from the United States and Canada, where he held a number of concerts. It was his first trip to the US after a four-year absence
July 14, 2006
Israel razed the home and office of Hizbullah's leader Friday. Hizbullah's Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah and his family were safe after the Israeli missiles
Five civilians died and 69 others were injured in Israeli attacks on Lebanon Friday, raising to 62 the death toll since the start of the offensive two
An Israeli cabinet minister on Friday threatened to eliminate Hizbullah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah.
Israeli warplanes struck a bridge in the southern suburb of Beirut, a Hizbullah stronghold, and the fuel stores of the Jiyyeh power plant south of the
July 13, 2006
Two rockets slammed into the northern port city of Haifa on Thursday evening. The rockets hit the Stella Maris area on Mt. Carmel, Israel TV reported.
Hizbullah's Wednesday operation on the border with Israel and the latter's fierce response has undoubtedly destroyed any chance for Lebanon’s tourism sector to flourish.
The Lebanese cabinet on Thursday failed to secure a ceasefire between Israel and Hizbullah despite Prime Minister Fouad Saniora's stepped up contacts
Paris and Moscow on Thursday strongly condemned Israel's strikes in Lebanon as a dangerous escalation of the Middle East conflict but Washington, whil