April 13, 2001
The Lebanese government said Thursday dialogue was the only way to resolve the "extreme tension" in the country, mainly stemming from a heated debate
April 12, 2001
A retired army seargent has been able, alone, to turn an archeological site used by locals as a dumpsite into a tourist attraction.
Three Lebanese companies jointly launched on Wednesday a new internet banking solution for banks who want to offer customers more flexible services.
Pro-Syrian Lebanese took to the streets Wednesday, their opponents satged sit-ins on university campuses. Meanwhile, a booby-trapped parcel exploded,
The new Syrian president, Bashar Assad, was believed to be more open to rethinking the Syrian-Lebanese relationship. But the truth is that even if he was prepared to consider withdrawing from its Leba
April 11, 2001
A parcel bomb left on a doorstep badly injured three Druze women, including the sister of a member of parliament, when it blew up at Aley, east of Bei
Lebanon’s military tribunal has sentenced two Lebanese to seven-and-a-half years in prison after finding them guilty of spying for Israel.
Two Lebanese men were killed and one injured in a shooting spree Tuesday in a coffee shop reportedly used for gambling.
Lebanon’s parliament endorsed on Tuesday an internationally demanded draft law to combat money laundering.
Plain-clothed security agents beat on Tuesday leftist students gathered to protest against a government ban on demonstrations and "illegal interrogati
After the country had been lambasted by the international financial community for being a haven for “dirty” money, Lebanon's parliament approved on Tuesday, April 10, a law that will curtail money-lau
April 10, 2001
A bomb placed in a tractor failed to explode Tuesday, in the third such booby-trapped attempt in about two weeks in the former Israeli-occupied border
A diplomat says that the calmness on the Israel-Lebanese borders is a fragile situation that might explode any minute.
Oman has deposited 50 million dollars with Lebanon’s central bank to boost Lebanon’s foreign currency reserves and express its support for the governm
A former Lebanese ambassador to Greece was ordered Monday to appear before a Beirut magistrate on charges of wasting public funds.