June 21, 2001
Belarus Prime Minister Vladimir Ermoshin ended his two-day visit to Lebanon Wednesday, June 20, after a meeting with Lebanese President Emile Lahoud. He delivered an open invitation for Lahoud to visi
June 20, 2001
Seven of the ten thousand Syrian troops stationed in Beirut have left the capital in an unexpected redeployment that started on June 14, Lebanese offi
Marcel Khalifeh will perform two benefit concerts for the Palestinian people this July in Amman.
The Arab world wastes more than half of its water resources every year through inefficient irrigation, leaking pipes and consumer carelessness, the organizer of a conference on water said Tuesday, Jun
A senior executive of France Telecom arrived in Beirut Tuesday, June 19, for talks with the Lebanese officials after Lebanon tore up GSM contracts last week with a local subsidiary of the French compa
June 19, 2001
Syria has completed a pullout of its troops from Beirut and surrounding areas, Lebanese officials were quoted as saying on Tuesday.
Twenty-eight survivors of the Sabra and Shatilla massacres in Beirut 19 years ago lodged an official complaint against Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sh
A Lebanonese police spokesman said 17 women were recently on prostitution charges.
The United States said Monday it would closely follow the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Beirut, an action that appeared to have stalled Sunday.
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami on Monday stressed the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Lebanon, as well as the national unity among the Le
June 18, 2001
Burkina Faso police dispersed last week about 300 enraged local merchants who destroyed windows and signs on most Lebanese businesses in the city to p
Israel on Monday slammed as "slanted" a BBC documentary suggesting Prime Minister Ariel Sharon should be indicted for the massacre of Palestinian refu
Qatar and Lebanon will activate a maritime fiber optic link in August.
Lebanon’s Speaker Nabih Berri called Sunday for the creation of a national front to face any “Israeli aggression on Lebanon and Syria.”
Lebanon’s Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Sfeir said Sunday that Syria's redeployment away from Beirut was a positive move, and that he hoped Lebanese an