September 11, 2001
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.
September 6, 2001
A member of Fateh movement was shot dead by masked men Thursday as he left work at the Ain El Helweh refugee camp near Sidon.
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri on Wednesday used his short visit to Minsk to hold talks with his Belarussian counterpart on developing economic
Lebanon’s Maronite leader, Nasrallah Sfeir, accused Damascus and its Beirut allies on Wednesday of “signaling the death of Lebanon as an independent s
Discussions regarding the supply of Qatari liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Lebanon were recently held between the two countries.
September 5, 2001
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri left for Minsk on Wednesday for a brief working visit, during which he will meet Belarussian President Alexander
September 4, 2001
Lebanon's number of road deaths per month reached an all-time high in July and August, despite increased seatbelt use by drivers and front-seat passen
A Lebanese government center launched on Monday a new website, providing statistics and other educational information on the country.
Lebanonese Druze leader Walid Jumblatt said Monday that the army’s honor was at stake if it failed to punish those responsible for last month's crackd
September 3, 2001
Lebanon's Court of Cassation ruled Monday that the military could not try some 60 anti-Syrian Christians arrested in an army crackdown last month.
A bomb blast ripped through an amusement center in a Palestinian refugee camp on the outskirts of Lebanon's southern port city of Sidon on Monday, pol