May 20, 2001
Beirut's military court on Thursday sentenced 20 Lebanese to jail terms for collaborating with Israel's 22-year military occupation.
May 19, 2001
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement on Saturday vowed to retaliate against Israel after its soldiers shot and wounded two Lebanese youths throwing stones
Lebanon’s Energy and Water Minister Mohammed Abdel-Hamid Beydoun on Friday announced another increase in fuel prices, the second hike in eight days.
The European Investment Bank is willing to help finance telecommunications projects in Lebanon.
The Lebanese Parliament’s human rights committee on Friday stepped up its public criticism of the country’s prisons after inspecting the central jail
The Tyre Music Festival will be especially joyful, marking as it does a year since south Lebanon was liberated from Israeli occupation forces.
May 18, 2001
Israeli troops on Friday wounded two Lebanese youths who threw stones at Israeli positions across the border, witnesses told Reuters. Meanwhile, Syria
Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri on Thursday denounced a US Congress decision to block some $35 million in aid to Lebanon unless the government
May 17, 2001
Members of the Security Council on Wednesday “expressed concern over recent breaches of the withdrawal line in Lebanon."
The Lebanese Finance Ministry announced on Wednesday that the budget deficit for the first four months of this year fell to 40.68 percent, down from 5
Syrian Foreign Minister Farouq Shara will visit Beirut on Friday for several hours to deliver a message from President Bashar Assad to his counterpart
A suspected Lebanese collaborator with Israel who went missing 17 days ago was found dead Wednesday in an olive grove on the edge of Kfar Kila village
Renowned Lebanese singer Sabah is fine-tuning her new song “Allah Kbeer Wa Bukra Jai” (God is Great and Tomorrow is Coming), composed by Elli Shwairy,
May 16, 2001
Israeli Defense Minister Benjamin Ben-Eliezer has said that "Syria is responsible for what happens in Lebanon.”
The second phase of dredging at the Lebanese port of Tripoli could start as early as next week, since the project is awaiting only the go-ahead from t