July 1, 2001
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement on Sunday attacked Israeli posts in the occupied Shabaa Farms with mortars and anti-tank missiles, hours after Israeli
A Belgian judge has ruled that a complaint against Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon accusing him of crimes against humanity would be admissible in
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement attacked Israeli posts in Shabaa farms with mortars, Reported Radio Israel Sunday. The attack came only hours after I
Lebanese singer Pascal Mashaalani last week released her latest album, Albi (My Heart), whose eleven songs range from Spanish tunes to Arab pop and even country rock.
Employees of Lebanon's state-owned Middle East Airlines (MEA) called off a sit-in begun eight days ago and a strike planned for July 3-4, following "positive" discussions with the government, a union
Lebanese officials on Saturday, June 30, rejected an offer of conditional Iraqi aid, and restated their solidarity with Kuwait, the official Kuwaiti agency reported. "We do not accept aid which is co
June 30, 2001
A Lebanese firm has launched the country’s first medical website offering medical advice in English, French and Arabic.
Eight people were injured on Friday in an automobile accident on the Sidon-Beirut highway.
Six people were wounded on Friday in south Lebanon by explosives left behind by Israeli occupation forces.
Trade between Egypt and Lebanon soared to $110 million last year, compared with $66.5 million in 1999.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Libyan leader Moammer Kadhafi discussed the crisis in the Occupied Territories in a telephone conversation on Fri
Lebanese Hizbollah fighters wounded two Israeli soldiers on Friday, and the Jewish state blamed Syria for the attack.
June 29, 2001
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri received a message from his French counterpart, Lionel Jospin, on Thursday, stressing France’s commitment to help
Lebanese Hizbollah said Thursday that remarks attributed to its leader concerning four Israelis captured by the party in October were "inaccurate."
A Lebanese non-governmental organization called Friday for an international probe into the "very possible existence" of mass graves following a 1990 S