September 27, 2001
Educators from Mediterranean countries will gather in Lebanon this weekend to launch a joint effort to promote technical training in today’s computer
Lebanon’s Maronite patriarch, Nasrallah Sfeir, on Wednesday weighed in against stereotyping followers of any faith and reaffirmed Lebanon’s position a
The International Metropolitan Palace Hotels Group opened its first hotel in Lebanon last week, located in the eastern Sin Al-Fil suburb of Beirut.
September 26, 2001
Lebanon’s General Labor Confederation (GLC) is set to hold a major demonstration Thursday, even as intense political pressure is brought to bear to li
A Palestinian Islamic group whose assets were ordered frozen by US President George W. Bush denied on Tuesday having any links with Osama bin Laden, t
Lebanon will put into effect the measures set out in the law passed by parliament in April 2001 as part of the fight against money laundering and freeze bank accounts suspected of being linked to terr
September 25, 2001
A Knesset committee will convene Tuesday to decide whether to lift the parliamentary immunity of Arab-Israeli MK Azmi Bishara, who faces charges of su
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud will make a three-day state visit to Greece next month.
Lebanon is bracing for an influx of Arab students who are leaving the United States to avoid a racial backlash sparked by the terrorist assaults there
<b>Date:</b> Sep 18 – Sep 22, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Beirut, Lebanon <b>Specifics:</b> The 7th International Trade Show for Food, Beverage, Hotel, Restaurant, Catering Supplies & Equipment Serving
<b>Date:</b> Sep 18 – Sep 22, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Beirut, Lebanon <b>Specifics:</b> The 7th International Exhibition for Agriculture Technology, Farming and Irrigation Serving the Middle East
September 24, 2001
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri on Sunday insisted that Lebanon was not a “potential target” of US President George Bush’s anti-terror drive, say
September 23, 2001
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Sunday reviewed "the latest developments" in the Middle East with Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri, the SANA agen
Lebanon's central bank has raised deposit reserve requirements to 15 percent, giving itself more tools to help defend the country's ailing currency.
Market sources estimate the value of computer software imports to Lebanon at $150 million per annum, while Lebanese software products export at $40 million per annum.