July 17, 2001
Arab Digital Distribution (ADD), a regional pay-TV platform management company, announced a deal with ECOnet, a telecom and satellite solutions firm, as a new distributor for Lebanon.
Employees of the Lebanese Electricity Corporation recently went on strike to protest a cut in company perks that were previously offered to them.
July 16, 2001
Iraqi singer Kathem Al Saher’s concert in Tyre on Friday was a smashing success, to say the least. A crowd of over 4,000 filled with high expectations received Saher with a roaring cheer.
July 15, 2001
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement said Saturday that it had a videotape documenting the organization's kidnapping of three Israeli soldiers from the occ
July 14, 2001
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has granted Lebanon $3.4 million to reduce the nation’s energy bill.
A final draft of the Lebanese-Iraqi trade accord has been submitted for approval to Iraqi authorities.
Lebanese MP Nassib Lahoud and his political allies will formally launch the Democratic Renewal Movement on Sunday.
British star Sting rocked Friday evening the majestic Roman Temple of Jupiter in the first of his two sold-out concerts at the heart of the eastern city of Baalbek.
Lebanese singer Diana Haddad is planning to star in her first movie, Mamnou Al Intezar (Waiting Forbidden), under the direction of Hamed Said
July 13, 2001
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud concluded a two-day visit to Tunisia Thursday after rounds of talks with his Tunisian counterpart Zine El Abidine bin
Israel-India relations, which have been nurtured over the years, could be threatened because of media allegations that Indian UNIFIL troops took bribe
The Cellis company has denied official figures published by the Lebanese Minister of Telecommunication and Wireless Communication regarding the number of mobile phone subscribers of the firm.
The Dubai-based Al-Habtoor Group is planning to open in September 2001 a new luxury hotel at Sin Al-Fil in the center of Beirut.
July 12, 2001
The United Nations peacekeeping force in Lebanon rejected Thursday Israeli allegations that Lebanese Hizbollah fighters bribed troops from its Indian
British rock star Sting arrived here Thursday to give two sold-out 4,500 seat weekend concerts at Lebanon's summer music festival in eastern Baalbek.