August 7, 2001
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri's two-day visit to Pakistan this week will enhance economic and commercial relations between the two countries, the foreign office in Islamabad said Monday, August
August 6, 2001
Two Syrian construction workers were killed and a third was injured Monday by an explosion in a Lebanese mountain village.
Israel Radio reported Monday that UN Secretary General Kofi Annan had expressed regret to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon over the UN's handling o
Fifteen dunums of olive groves in the Bint Jbeil area in south Lebanon were destroyed in a fire on Sunday after two vehicles collided.
The Israeli army on Sunday began transferring to a new cemetery the remains of some 300 Lebanese and Palestinian fighters killed in the south and duri
Lebanon’s Maronite leader, Nasrallah Sfeir, on Sunday finished a "historic" visit to the Chouf and Jezzine areas, home of the Druze community.
Lebanese singer Nawal Al Zughbi has started promoting her concerts via the ubiquitous mobile phone.
August 5, 2001
The Beirut Chamber of International Navigation is urging the Lebanese government to resolve the Beirut Port issue, in the wake of the Dubai Ports Auth
Secret channels will be used to secure the return of three Israeli soldiers captured by the Lebanese Hizbollah movement in October, said Israeli secur
Following the final withdrawal of the Dubai Ports Authority from a $225 million container terminal project at the Beirut Port, the Beirut Chamber of International Navigation urged the government to sa
A stable currency is necessary for the success of Lebanon's planned privatization of state-owned companies, Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh said in remarks published last week. "Without a stable c
The Lebanese government adopted Thursday, August 2, a draft law for the privatization of the country's mobile phone licenses, after angering GSM operators by tearing up their contracts. "The governmen
August 4, 2001
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud said Saturday he hoped Maronite patriarch Nasrallah Sfeir's "historic" trip to Chouf Mountain, the home of the Druze c
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri will visit Pakistan on Tuesday for high-level talks.
A federal district judge in Washington has ruled that Iran should pay $314.6 million to the family of the Rev. Lawrence Martin Jenco, a Roman Catholic