Lebanon

June 30, 2001

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Six people were wounded on Friday in south Lebanon by explosives left behind by Israeli occupation forces.

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Trade between Egypt and Lebanon soared to $110 million last year, compared with $66.5 million in 1999.

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi discussed the crisis in the Occupied Territories in a telephone conversation on Fri

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Lebanese Hizbollah fighters wounded two Israeli soldiers on Friday, and the Jewish state blamed Syria for the attack.

June 29, 2001

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Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri received a message from his French counterpart, Lionel Jospin, on Thursday, stressing France’s commitment to help

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Lebanese Hizbollah said Thursday that remarks attributed to its leader concerning four Israelis captured by the party in October were "inaccurate."

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A Lebanese non-governmental organization called Friday for an international probe into the "very possible existence" of mass graves following a 1990 S

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Lebanon's first Crowne Plaza hotel is rapidly emerging as a striking new landmark at the heart of a revival of business and night life in one of Beiru

June 28, 2001

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The four Israelis, three soldiers and a reportedly senior Mossad agent, captured and imprisoned by the Lebanese Hizbollah are in good condition, Naoto

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A number of top Arab singers including Ehab Tawfiq (Egypt), George Wassouf and Assi Al Hillani (Lebanon), Omar Al Abdallat (Jordan) and the UAE singer Ahlam

June 27, 2001

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Lebanon and Kuwait on Tuesday signed a cultural cooperation agreement during a visit to Kuwait by Lebanon’s Culture Minister Ghassan Salameh.

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France is “concerned” about the Lebanese government’s decision to break its contracts with local cellular firms LibanCell and Cellis.

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Employees of Lebanese state-owned Middle East Airlines (MEA) vowed Tuesday, June 26, to shut down Beirut airport on July 3 and 4 to protest mass dismissals at the loss-making carrier. Union leader Hus

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Hundreds of employees of Lebanon's state-owned Middle East Airlines (MEA) resumed Monday, June 25, a sit-in at the company's headquarters, as chairman Mohamad Hout stood firm on plans for mass dismiss

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A senior executive of France Telecom Tuesday, June 26, protested a decision by the Lebanese government to cancel its mobile telephone contract with France Telecom unit Cellis, a government official sa