August 3, 2001
Three Israeli soldiers captured October 7, 2000 by the Lebanese Hizbollah, were likely gravely injured in their capture and could have succumbed to th
Two US senators published a statement demanding that Israeli spldiers captured by Hizbollah be treated well and that their families be told of their w
August 2, 2001
Lebanese Interior and Municipalities Minister Elias Murr announced Wednesday that his ministry had adopted an International Labor Organization (ILO) p
Steps to privatize the telecommunications sector in Lebanon are proceeding in the "right direction," said Telecom Minister Jean-Louis Qordahi on Wedne
Lebanon’s Information Ministry has published the publication of studies on “Zionist aggression and its collapse,” which it hopes will serve to inform
George Qirdahi, the Lebanese presenter of the famous Arabic quiz show Man Sayarbah Al Malyon (Who Wants To Be A Millionaire), is one of the Arab World’s premiere TV stars.
The International Chamber of Commerce will continue to seek a ruling in a row between the Beirut government and a local GSM operator despite a high court ruling that the case can only be heard in Leba
August 1, 2001
Fourteen former ministers have pledged to "tell the true story" on Thursday of what transpired during the 1989 talks in Taef, Saudi Arabia that helped
The Lebanese government owes the public telephone sector about approximately $40 million in unpaid bills, said the head of Parliament’s information an
The Lebanese government has appointed a charge d’affaires in Baghdad, ending a seven-year diplomatic hiatus and fueling hope that a trade agreement is
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri met Tuesday in Jeddah with Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd for talks on the Palestinian crisis and bilateral relations.
The secretary general of the Lebanese Hizbollah movement, Hassan Nasrallah, is widely expected to be elected to another three-year term when the party
By a unanimous vote Tuesday, the UN Security Council approved Secretary General Kofi Annan's request to extend by six months the mandate of UN peaceke
The demand for Lebanon’s Tuesday, July 31 eurobond issue, exceeded the expected $400 million offer by the Lebanese government, and reached $750 million.
Amid rhetoric of brotherly relations and Arab national interests, a row over visa formalities casts a shadow over Jordanian-Lebanese bilateral ties. The latest development saw Jordan slapping entry re