August 27, 2001
The Israeli army on Monday claimed it had not fired artillery shells into southern Lebanon, despite eyewitness accounts.
A Lebanese boy was wounded on Monday when an explosive device left behind by Israeli occupation forces blew up in the village of Shaqra in the south.
Israel's Supreme Court Justice Eliyahu Mazza on Sunday issued an interim order barring the Red Cross from visiting Lebanese prisoners Sheikh Abdel Kar
August 26, 2001
Lebanese Prime Minister is due to arrive home Sunday from a “holiday” in Sardinia, seen by the press as a protest against an army crackdown on anti-Sy
August 25, 2001
The Lebanese army on Friday denied an Arab weekly's report alleging that Syrian officers were running Lebanon's security services, and announced plans
Palestinian refugees held sit-ins Friday in southern Lebanon to protest the "criminal" policies of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, and to demand
August 23, 2001
A brother and sister, both residents of the Arab village of Taibeh in Israel, are being held on suspicion of aiding the Hizbollah resistance movement.
The Israeli Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) could have access to two captured Lebanese resistanc
August 22, 2001
A recent conference of Druze leaders in Amman, at which participants called on the Israeli Druze community to dodge military service, highlighted the
After her recent hit Mustafa Ya Mustafa, Lebanese singer Rida Butros is preparing to release her new single Qalbi Majnoonak (My Heart’s Crazy for You)
August 21, 2001
Lebanese Druze leader Walid Jumblatt, a vehement critic of the mass arrests of Christian anti-Syrian activists in Lebanon, met in Damascus Tuesday wit
An Israeli team is due to arrive in Geneva on Tuesday to inspect videotape footage related to the October capture of three Israeli soldiers by Lebanon
Seventy-five Lebanese Christian and anti-Syrian activists jailed earlier this month were freed on Monday with a warning and a fine.
August 20, 2001
A car bomb went off Monday near the Lebanese judiciary's central Beirut headquarters, which is hosting the trials of anti-Syrian Christian activists,
Members of the Hizbollah resistance movement on Sunday defied an Israeli move to bar non-residents from the divided and partially occupied village of