August 30, 2001
Lebanese judicial sources on Wednesday denied "unfounded" rumors that an investigation was being planned into former foreign minister Fares Boueiz for
Israeli army troops were deployed on high alert along the northern border Thursday for fear of a possible attack by the Lebanese Hizbollah movement.
August 29, 2001
Lebanon and Armenia signed Tuesday a military agreement during a visit by Armenian Defense Minister Serge Sarksyan to Beirut.
The head of the International Committee for the Red Cross in Lebanon denied Tuesday an Israeli report that its representatives had secured a meeting s
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will fund a municipal development project in Lebanon that will equip administrative off
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud and Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri put their differences aside on Tuesday as they met to discuss reviving the faltering e
August 28, 2001
Former Lebanese prime minister Salim Hoss lambasted the United States on Monday for encouraging Israel to keep up its assaults against the Palestinian
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri said Monday that internal conflicts were solely to blame for recent domestic unrest, and expressed confidence tha
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri said Monday that Beirut’s relations with Cairo had significantly improved, although they remained short of expect
August 27, 2001
A car accident near the Chekka tunnel in the Lebanese city of Tripoli killed five people and injured two early Sunday morning.
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