September 13, 2001
Two Lebanese were confirmed dead in Tuesday’s multiple terror attacks in the US.
Egyptian renowned director Yousef Shahin expressed his sorrow over the terrorist attacks in the US reiterating his dislike of the American administration despite his respect to the American people
September 12, 2001
Syria has pledged to increase electricity supplies to Lebanon by 20 megawatts in a bid to ease the country’s power problems, Lebanese Prime Minister R
The escalating conflict in the Middle East was the subject of discussion Tuesday between UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Terj
<b>Date:</b> Jun 29 - Jul 8, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Beirut Hall, Beirut, Lebanon <b>Specifics:</b> <b>Coordination By:</b> Promofair <b>Contact:</b> Tel: 961-1-561600/1/2/3/4/5 Fax: 961-3-7
September 11, 2001
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri and his Syrian counterpart, Mustafa Miro, discussed Tuesday in Damascus ways of enhancing bilateral ties in the f
Lebanon’s military tribunal issued 18 sentences Monday, ranging from three-week imprisonment to fines against people charged of entering Israel.
Head of Lebanon's cassation court, which rejected the competence of military tribunals to try anti-Syrian Christian militants rounded up last month, r
Sunday’s polls in the former Israeli occupied south Lebanon saw a resounding triumph for the Shiite Hizbollah-Amal alliance, although backers of Druze
Salim, a hulking farmer overseeing his cannabis harvest in Lebanon's Bakaa valley, has a handgun on his waist and a machinegun on the back seat of his jeep. But he turns white with fear when his elder
Figures released by the Finance Ministry show that Lebanon’s net public debt totaled 38.154 billion Lebanese pounds ($25.22 billion) by the end of July 2001, reflecting a 17.3 percent rise over July t
September 10, 2001
The Higher Lebanese-Syrian Committee will convene on Tuesday in Damascus for talks on economic issues.
Supporters of anti-Syrian Druze leader Walid Jumblatt managed to prevent a total landslide by a Shiite alliance in southern Lebanon's first local elec
The Arab World is “bandwidth starved”, asserts a new research by the Arab Advisors Group, showing that more than 740,000 Internet subscribers in eight Arab countries share a grand total of Internet ba
September 9, 2001
Voters went to the polls Sunday in former Israeli-occupied southern Lebanon's first municipal and mayoral elections in 38 years.