April 18, 2001
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri arrived in Jeddah on Tuesday for talks with King Fahd and Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz.
The Lebanese Finance Ministry announced earlier this week the issuance of a five-year sovereign Eurobond, maturing in 2006, which is to replace the $500-million Eurobond that matures on April 23, 2001
April 17, 2001
Microsoft Gulf and Eastern Mediterranean (GEM) will launch the latest version of Microsoft Office - Office XP - in Dubai on May 31, followed by Kuwait
Syria has promised revenge against Israel for its air raid on a Syrian military position in Lebanon, killing at least one soldier and injuring four ot
April 16, 2001
The dollar rose for a second day against the yen as reports Israeli warplanes attacked Lebanon prompted investors and traders to buy dollars as a have
Israel early Monday, April 16, sent its warplanes against Syrian positions in Lebanon killing at least two Syrian soldiers including an officer and wo
Lebanon’s prime minister, Rafiq Hariri, delivered some good news at last on Friday, when he said that government efforts to reduce the budget deficit had proven successful, with a 14 percent drop repo
April 15, 2001
Israeli military aircraft late Sunday fired on a Syrian radar post in Dhar al Baydar, in the Lebanese Baqaa Valley.
It was reported that a many jewelers from Lebanon will participate in the International Jewelry Dubai (IJD) 2001.
The UN representative to south Lebanon offered a harsh condemnation Sunday to Hizbollah, following the group's attack upon the Israeli army in a dispu
April 14, 2001
Lebanese resistance movement, Hizbollah, attacked on Saturday an Israel tank in the disputed Shabaa farms, killing at least one soldier. Israel retali
Israeli warplanes carried out two raids on south Lebanon on Saturday following an attack on an army position in a disputed border area by the Lebanese
The latest addition to the drive to boost Lebanon’s tourism potential is an initiative to revive the long-defunct website of the tourism ministry.
Tension between supporters and opponents of the Syrian military presence in Lebanon eased a notch on Friday, the 26th anniversary of the start of the
Pope John Paul II has ruled out a second visit to Lebanon as part of his upcoming tour in the region on a pilgrimage in the steps of the apostle Paul.