May 3, 2001
Lebanon’s Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Sfeir announced on Wednesday that he will not accompany Pope John Paul II on the latter’s historic trip to Syri
May 2, 2001
The first festival to honor prominent Arab singers, composers and poets will be held May 3-5 at the UNESCO Palace in Beirut.
Lebanon’s Beiteddine Festival 2001 is once again preparing to present a varied program of the highest international standard. This annual cultural treat will open on July 7
The long-awaited new album from Ziad Rahbani has finally arrived at music stores, and it was definitely worth the wait.
Canada pledged Monday, May 2, to join in any international program to help relieve Lebanon of its debt burden, Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien said. Talking to journalists after a private meetin
May 1, 2001
US President George W. Bush has invited Lebanese President Emile Lahoud to visit Washington.
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien pledged Monday that his country would join in any international program to help relieve Lebanon of its debt burd
Egypt’s bickering opposition parties put aside their differences on Monday to attend a conference in solidarity with the Palestinians and Lebanese.
The locally traded shares of Lebanon’s Solidere fell below $5 for the first time ever on the Beirut bourse Monday as economic recession and regional i
Canada pledged Monday, April 30, to join in any international program to help relieve Lebanon of its debt burden, Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien said. Talking to journalists after a private mee
April 30, 2001
The Polish national airline, LOT, is planning to resume flights to Lebanon this week, its first service to Beirut in 26 years.
Two Lebanese were killed by abandoned Israeli ordnance in the south this weekend, while another person was wounded.
With less than a week remaining before Pope John Paul II visits Syria, ambiguity still surrounds the Lebanese Maronite patriarch's position on whether
Industrialists in Lebanon and Syria are looking together for new export markets, a move they say reflects increased cooperation stemming from a 1998 f
Yugoslavia has decided to temporarily close down its embassy in Beirut, Belgrade’s charge d’affaires, Jovan Vujasinovic, said in a memo addressed to t