July 15, 2000
A Beirut military court Wednesday sentenced another 73 Lebanese to prison terms ranging from three weeks to 15 years for collaborating with Israel dur
Lebanese Hizbollah movement has vowed to use "any means" to free two prisoners held in Israeli jails, according to a statement published Friday. The v
(Banque du Liban et d’Outre Mer) – Local market continues to be dogged by a negative macro-economic environment and an uncertain regional political situation, with even the healthiest companies not es
July 14, 2000
The Israeli army is thinking of bringing back the propaganda radio station it ran during its 22-year occupation of south Lebanon, an army official sai
One hundred-and-eighty-four Iraqi Kurds have received sentences ranging of one month in prison after being convicted of illegal residence in Lebanon,
The Lebanese government could face a barrage of strikes from water, utility and port workers on Monday if it does not endorse higher salaries and bene
July 13, 2000
Hizbollah has set up some 20 observation posts on Lebanon's border with Israel, an AFP correspondent observed Thursday, as it tries to step up control
Israel has complained to the United Nations about 43 recent incidents on its northern border provoked by Lebanese, a statement from the Israeli army s
(AFP, BEIRUT) - The United States has accepted an invitation from Lebanon to take part in a donor conference July 27 in Beirut to study a plan for re-building southern Lebanon.
July 12, 2000
A military court sentenced 57 former South Lebanon Army (SLA) members on Tuesday to prison terms ranging from three weeks to 15 years for various degr
Six percent of Lebanon's inhabitants currently possess a credit card, and demand is increasing in the face of an economic recession.
July 11, 2000
Lebanon will host a meeting on July 27 of donor countries to study plans for the reconstruction of southern Lebanon.
July 10, 2000
Baalbek organizers have apologized over the use of the Song of Solomon in the opening act for the international Baalbek festival. They have also decid
A recently undertaken study by the consultant firm Tomorrow’s Advice on the pharmaceutical industry, upon a request by the PNUD, reveals that Lebanon counts 8 manufacturers of pharmaceutical products
July 9, 2000
UN Middle East envoy Terje Roed-Larsen departed Beirut for Israel Sunday after meetings with Lebanese authorities on continuing Israeli encroachments