May 11, 2001
A Lebanese Army captain died in an accident during a military ceremony in Jordan, the Lebanese army announced Thursday.
The seven-minister Lebanese committee set up two months ago to examine the draft telecom law will be ready to present its findings in the next two wee
May 10, 2001
Employees at Lebanon’s national carrier, Middle East Airlines, rejected in principle Wednesday any compulsory redundancies to prepare the loss-making
Over 146 Lebanese and foreign media representatives gathered at a seminar on Wednesday in Beirut to exchange ideas on developing a code of ethics for
Syrian President Bashar Assad on Wednesday discussed bilateral cooperation with Lebanon’s Deputy Prime Minister Issam Fares and former Prime Minister
The US opposes the Lebanese government’s compensation case in the International Court of Justice, which demands Israeli compensation for 25 years of d
Lebanese minister of transportation and public works declared a series of new measures to lower fees collected by the Beirut Seaport as of May 7th.
May 9, 2001
Israeli warplanes flew on Wednesday over Lebanese territory near the disputed Shabaa Farms area.
A total of 10 Arab and foreign countries are expected to participate in the Quality Administration Systems' meeting scheduled for May 22 in Beirut.
The Lebanese Parliament’s Human Rights Committee plans to visit every prison in the country, and has enlisted the help of local MPs in its mission.
The total value of exports in southern Lebanon, officially approved by the Sayda Chamber of Commerce, reached 16.050 Lebanese pounds in the first quarter of 2001.
May 8, 2001
Syria is the world’s sixth largest producer of olives, and after a surge in olive tree planting over the last five years it could overtake Turkey and
The speaker of the Lebanese Parliament, Nabih Berri, on Monday condemned a UN decision to reduce the number of UNIFIL personnel, calling the move part
After achieving great success with Madonna, Sting, Prince and Fudail, the international sound engineer Joe Hutoda has decided to work with the Lebanese singer Pascal Mashalani
May 7, 2001
Lebanon's Middle East Airlines will be laying off one-quarter of its workforce, one third of which will be worked out by a series of forced redundancies of workers 60 and over.