September 25, 2000
Ghassan Rahbani has decided that it is time to give his fans the second batch of satirical comments on his country, Lebanon, with the second installat
After various changes and many hindrances, Zizinia is finally in its last steps to the small screen.
The International Committee of the Red Cross repatriated Monday the body of a Lebanese woman who died in Israel, where she was receiving medical care
September 24, 2000
Israeli soldiers fire warning shots in the air to disperse Lebanese, protesting Israeli occupation of the farms of Shebaa.
Maronite Christian Patriarch Nasrallah Sfeir agrees to work for the release of Lebanese prisoners in Syria after the inmates' families petitioned him
An Indian trade delegation meets with Iraqi officials to discuss ways to reinforce bilateral commercial ties.
According to Mr. Riyad Salameh, governor of the Central Bank, the economic growth would be null this year. He estimates that recovery elements do exist but await political decision.
Banque Libano-Française has launched 3 new products of Bancassurance: I Love Life (life insurance) I Love Success (education savings plan) I Love Tomorrow (retirement savings plan).
Lebanon has raised $450 million in three-year eurobonds, most of which were snapped up by Lebanese banks, Finance Minister George Corm said Friday.
International credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) on Monday, Sept. 18, lowered its credit ratings for Lebanon and three of the country’s largest banks due to the continued deterioration in pu
In the Milken Institute's latest Capital Access Index, which ranks countries in the Middle East region based on the openness of their capital markets, Israel comes out on top, followed by Lebanon, Tun
<b>Date:</b> Sep 19 - Sep 24, 2000 <b>Location:</b> Beirut Hall, Beirut, Lebanon <b>Specifics:</b> Termium is the Lebanese IT exhibition grouping all the major companies dealing in computers,tele
September 23, 2000
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak discusses Saturday the Middle East peace process with his French counterpart Jacques Chirac.
The Israeli police have arrested a young Palestinian accused of stabbing two Israelis in the Jewish settlement area of Neve Yaacov in eastern Jerusale
Sudan says it will continue its fight for a seat on the UN Security Council despite strong opposition from the United States.