June 23, 2001
A Lebanese cashier at the Batroun branch of Byblos Bank has defrauded depositors of more than $4 million and fled the country with her husband and thr
Lebanon will present a draft resolution to the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) meeting opening Monday in Mali to demand the release of de
High-ranking Lebanese and Syrian military officers met Friday in Beirut to review the latest redeployment of Syrian troops in Lebanon.
The Lebanese government has come under fire from Hizbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah over recent anti-Hizbollah statements made by Prime Mini
A bomb threat targeting a Jordanian airliner at Beirut airport on Thursday night ended peacefully when the same plane, destined for Amman, left Friday
Lebanon’s classical vocalist Majida Al Roumi will give two concerts at Unesco Palace on June 22 and 23. Proceeds from tickets sales will be donated to Lebanese NGOs.
June 22, 2001
Lebanon's parliament approved a 2001 budget on Thursday with a deficit equivalent to 51 percent of spending, following government pledges to reduce ex
The US government announced murder and conspiracy charges Thursday against 13 Saudis and one Lebanese man for the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing that kill
June 21, 2001
Tension over an alleged diversion of government funds erupted again during Wednesday's budget debate in the Lebanese Parliament, as Druze leader Walid
Jordan’s 20-day Shabib Festival, which will begin on July 1, will host a bevy of stars
Lebanese singer Nawal Al Zughbi has chosen Brazil as the site of videos for her new album, Tul Umri.
Gangs using sophisticated equipment are tapping into Lebanon's telecommunications network, causing losses of $250 million to the state coffers, according to Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri. His disclosur
Belarus Prime Minister Vladimir Ermoshin ended his two-day visit to Lebanon Wednesday, June 20, after a meeting with Lebanese President Emile Lahoud. He delivered an open invitation for Lahoud to visi
June 20, 2001
Seven of the ten thousand Syrian troops stationed in Beirut have left the capital in an unexpected redeployment that started on June 14, Lebanese offi
Marcel Khalifeh will perform two benefit concerts for the Palestinian people this July in Amman.