July 10, 2001
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.
July 9, 2001
Football's world governing body FIFA has suspended the Lebanon Football Association following its dissolution by the country's sports minister.
Lebanon’s military prosecutor on Sunday handed judicial authorities a list of 24 people who survived the Sabra and Shatilla massacres, asking that the
Small groups of elite Iranian Revolutionary Guards, known as Pasdaran, have infiltrated south Lebanon and are preparing for rocket attacks on Israel,
UN Special Envoy to the Middle East Terje Larsen considered resigning when it emerged that he was "misled" and consequently "misled" Israel over a UN
British rock star Elton John kicked off the Beiteddine 2001 festival in Lebanon Sunday playing piano solo on a huge stage, watched by 5,000 delighted fans.
Tyre’s own daughter Majida Al Roumi opened the city’s summer festival on Thursday in front of a crowd of some 4,000 people.
July 8, 2001
The Dubai-based Al Habtoor Group will open a prestigious hotel in central Beirut soon.
The Lebanese government and Hizbollah movement on Saturday slammed a UN decision to let Israel view a video cassette filmed the day after the capture
Lebanon is keen to sign a free trade deal with Iraq, the head of the Beirut chamber of commerce, Adnan Kassar, told journalists Saturday, July 7. "Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri has assured us
July 7, 2001
The family of an American Roman Catholic priest who was held by Islamic radicals for nearly 19 months in Lebanon in the 1980s is suing Iran for “finan