October 8, 2000
Secretary General of Hizbollah Hassan Nasrallah revealed that the Israeli Army knew beforehand that Hizbollah had plans to enter the Shabaa area and k
Iran's foreign ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Aesfi condemned Israeli action in southern Lebanon following the snatching of three Israeli soldiers by H
Two rounds of mortars were fired on an Israeli post in the Shebaa Farms, a mountainous area at the Lebanese-Syrian borders occupied by Israel since 19
Good news at last for the Lebanese economy, with the finance ministry in Beirut reporting that the government’s budget was down to 38 percent in September, from 46 percent in August and 54 percent in
October 7, 2000
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement will exchange three Israeli soldiers it captured Saturday for Lebanese detainees held in Israel, the group's leader sa
Four Israeli soldiers were wounded late Saturday in an exchange of fire with Lebanese Hizbollah fighters across the border with Lebanon.
Ten Lebanese civilians were wounded late Saturday in Israeli air and artillery strikes against southern Lebanon, in addition to four hurt earlier in t
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement threatened to strike settlements in northern Israel if the Jewish state attacks Lebanon.
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Israeli Deputy Defense Minister Ephraim Sneh said that Syria is responsible for the actions by the militant Lebanese group Hizbollah and will be "the
Hizbollah movement has kidnapped three Israeli soldiers from a position in the occupied Shabaa Farms.
Fifty Katyushas, mortars and Haun bombs were fired from southeast Lebanon Saturday at Israeli posts in the Shabaa Farms, a mountainous area occupied b
Egypt's invitation to an Arab summit at the end of October caused jitters in Beirut Friday because Prime Minister, Salim Hoss, will no longer be in of
October 6, 2000
In its semi-annual survey on the creditworthiness of 145 countries, the American magazine Institutional Investor ranked Lebanon 77th worldwide, down from 74th in the previous survey, and 12th out of 1
October 5, 2000
The Lebanese government has adopted a 2001 budget that forecasts a deficit of $2.33 billion, an increase of 11.8 percent over the current year's shortfall.