Lebanon

September 23, 2001

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<b>Date:</b> Sep 18 - Sep 23, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Beirut Hall, Beirut, Lebanon <b>Specifics:</b> Termium-Gitex 2001 will gather the largest band most reputed IT companies from around the world

03:00 GMT

<b>Date:</b> Sep 18 - Sep 23, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Beirut Hall, Beirut, Lebanon <b>Specifics:</b> Termium-Gitex 2001 will gather the largest band most reputed IT companies from around the world

September 22, 2001

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Paraguayan police said Friday they had detained 14 Lebanese and Syrian citizens near the South American nation’s border with Argentina during probes i

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Lebanese Information Minister Ghazi Aridi denied there were “terrorist organizations” in the country, noting that Lebanon was not a target of American

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Egypt’s ambassador to the United States has announced that four Egyptians are feared dead in the September 11 terrorist attacks on New York’s World Tr

September 20, 2001

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Iraq's Foreign Ministry dismissed as "lies" Thursday a reported Israeli claim that Baghdad was involved in the September 11 attacks in the United Stat

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Syria has instructed the Lebanese Hizbollah to stop attacks on Israel at this stage, in the wake of the terrorist attacks in the US and the American d

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A key plaintiff in the case against Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon dismissed on Wednesday her legal team, complaining that former Lebanese Forces

September 19, 2001

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Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiw Hariri ended his second visit to Damascus in a week after meeting with Syrian Vice-President Abdel-Halim Khaddam and Syr

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The ninth Francophone Summit will begin as scheduled, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, the secretary-general of the Francophone League, announced upon his arriv

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New US ambassador to Beirut, Vincent Battle, accused Lebanon on Tuesday of continuing to shelter “terrorist organizations.”

September 18, 2001

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The spiritual guide of pro-Iranian Lebanese Shiites, Sheikh Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah, issued a fatwa (decree) Tuesday prohibiting Muslims from aidin

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The remains of 68 World War II-era French soldiers were uncovered in the Lebanese city of Marjayoun Monday following a request from the French embassy

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Lebanese President Emile Lahoud condemned all terrorist acts Monday but stressed the need to “distinguish between such acts and resistance activities

September 17, 2001

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"Ziad has always wanted to be a pilot," says father Samir Jarrah, refusing to speak in the past tense about his son, one of the suspected plane hijack