October 27, 2001
A leading banker in Lebanon disputed on Friday a draft report by the International Monetary Fund released last month, which urged the Central Bank to
New York City was rattled early Saturday by a mild earthquake measuring 2.6 on the Richter scale, US seismologists reported.
An American woman who married an Arab man has been convicted of conspiring to violate US immigration laws by helping the Lebanese Hizbollah resistance
Egypt’s Ahli is still stumbling in the soccer league. It tied with Masri 1-1 Friday, while Ismaili, a candidate for championship, won over Sohag 5-0.
Arab critics are baffled by Lebanese singer Nada Rizq's decision to leave her family, go to Israel and give its radio station an interview - moves that have gotten her booted from Lebanon's union of p
October 26, 2001
A project aimed at boosting demining efforts in south Lebanon was jointly launched Thursday by the Lebanese Ministry of Defense and the Embassy of the
Egypt's Nobel Prize-winning novelist Naguib Mahfouz has called the war on terrorism being waged in Afghanistan "just as despicable a crime" as the Sep
October 25, 2001
Lebanese mega-singer Fairuz will fly to the Belgian capital Brussels on October 27 accompanied by her son, Ziad Rahbani, to put the final touches on her new album Al Haki (Talk).
Egyptian star Nelly is gearing up for the new TV series called Kaf Al Arousa (Bride’s Palm) based on a pop song for children called Sousah Kaf Arousah.
Syria and Egypt and have recently decided to embark on their plans for transporting gas to Lebanon via Syria. The project was first initiated in January when a $1 billion deal was signed to build two
October 24, 2001
Lebanese security forces arrested on Tuesday a man suspected of instigating an arson attack against a Tripoli church two weeks ago.
Lebanon has refused to ratify two out of 12 conventions on fighting terrorism, but the United States has demanded that Beirut sign all of them as part
Officials from the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) announced Tuesday that the IDB has approved loans worth $375 million to finance development projects
October 23, 2001
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement pledged on Monday that the international campaign against terrorism would not derail their resistance to Israel's arme
The Egyptian government has seized six letters of unknown origin containing ground animal meat and intestines, on the suspicion they might contain ant