July 11, 2001
Israeli warplanes on Wednesday carried out mock air raids over southern Lebanon at a low altitude, breaking the sound barrier.
More than 6,000 Lebanese employees of the power, water, telephone, transport and tobacco state utilities started Wednesday an open-ended strike to pro
The United States has backed Israeli demands for the United Nations to turn over a videotape that shows the kidnappers of three Israeli soldiers last
Algeria’s international singer Fudhil is headed for Beirut to sing in his first concert in Lebanon, alongside hometown favorite Amal Hjazi,
Cisco Systems, an international leader in networking for the Internet, announced Monday, July 9, the official opening of its new Levant headquarters in Beirut.
July 10, 2001
Jordan has requested US permission to hand over to Lebanon 50 US-made tanks used by the Jordan Armed Forces, Minister of Information Saleh Qallab said
Lebanon’s population is expected to increase to between 4.2 million and 4.5 million by 2021, according to a study released by the social affairs minis
Lebanonese Interior Minister Elias Murr lashed out at Amin Gemayel on Monday, after the former president claimed the ministry falsely accused him and
The head of Lebanon’s Banking Control Commission on Monday issued a stern warning to any bank that launders money from the re-emerging hashish trade.
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud will start an official two-day visit to Tunisia on Wednesday at the invitation of his Tunisian counterpart, Zein El Ab
Lebanese Druze leader Walid Jumblatt denied Monday a split between his party and Iran, saying that the country’s domestic troubles had nothing to do w
The release of singer Nawal Al Zughbi’s new album Toul Omri (All My Life) is coinciding with another very happy event in her life -- she is pregnant and expected to have twins.
Lebanese singer Waleed Tawfiq is gearing up to take a starring role in an Egyptian film along with the renowned Egyptian actress Yusra.
Recently published statistics reveal that the value of exchanges between these two states grew to $110 million in 2000, up from $77 million in 1999.
At a recent meeting in Cairo, the Egyptian-Lebanese Joint Commercial Committee discussed the possibility of establishing a company that will market the various products manufactured by both states.