March 18, 2001
Israel’s Tel Aviv District Court extended by a further three months the administrative detention Sunday of Lebanese Sheikh Abd al Karim Obeid and Must
Israel appeared to be backing off on Saturday from a threatened "water war" with Lebanon as desperation over how to overcome a three-year drought drew
Official statistics show that 741,648 persons had entered Lebanon in 2000 compared to 673,261 persons in 1999. Fourty percent of the tourists came from various Arab countries.
Lebanese troops ended Thursday, March 15, their occupation of the country's most popular television station and released nine employees they had detained when moving in after a dispute between shareho
Lebanon's main union, the General Confederation of Lebanese Workers (GCLW), has voted in a new leader who is backed by pro-Syrian parties, although more than a third of the GCLW's executive council bo
March 17, 2001
Lebanese fruit and vegetable growers could soon receive financial help for the export of their goods under a government initiative to sell excess loca
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdelaziz discussed with Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri by phone on Friday ways of expanding bilateral ties betw
The Dubai Ports Authority has cancelled a 225-million-dollar deal to equip and operate the new Beirut port.
Lebanon’s economy and trade minister, Basil Fuleihan, has warned that the ministry will revoke the licenses of any insurance company that fails to rai
The Lebanese army released nine employees at the Lebanese Broadcast Corporation International (LBCI), and withdrew its personnel from the station’s bu
The Lebanese government has decided to send a chartered plane to Kinshasa to retrieve the bodies of Lebanese expatriates executed in the wake of the a
March 16, 2001
A United Nations spokesman on Thursday denied Israeli accusations that Lebanon was diverting a key river, the Wazzani, to stop it flowing into Israel.
March 15, 2001
The Saudi newspaper Al Watan reported that plague hit a large number of poultry in Lebanon few days only after the discovery of suspected cases of foo
By Nigel Thorpe Senior English Editor Albawaba.com -- Amman Anti-government and anti-Syrian demonstrations in Beirut on Wednesday marked the 11th ann
An unspecified amount of stockpiled ammunition exploded Wednesday in a building in the Ain al-Hilweh Palestinian camp near Sidon, but there were no in