November 12, 2000
Two civilians were blown to pieces and another was severely injured Sunday when they drove over a mine left over from Israel's 22-year occupation of s
Virgin Megastore, the British multimedia firm, will open its first store in the Middle East here next June. The cost of the project is estimated at five million dollars.
Statistics regarding Lebanese banks were recently published in <I>Al-Hayat</I> newspaper. According to these figures, the Lebanese Audi Bank reported a net income decrease of seven percent during the
November 11, 2000
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri plans to privatize the electricity industry and fixed line telephone connections from 2001, and to strike an asso
Beirut's military court sentenced 52 more alleged "collaborators" with Israel Saturday, bringing to nearly 1,400 the total to be tried so far.
The three Israeli soldiers snatched last month by the Lebanese militant movement Hizbollah were hurt, perhaps seriously, during their capture.
Five people were killed, and 26 others were injured Saturday when two apartment blocks near Beirut collapsed.
At least three people were killed, and 26 others were injured Saturday when two apartment blocks near Beirut collapsed.
November 10, 2000
Lebanon accused Israel of "piracy" after its navy allegedly tried to force a Lebanese civilian cargo ship to sail to the northern Israeli port of Haif
About 300 student followers of the Lebanese Shiite fundamentalist Hezbollah hurled stones Friday on an Israeli post behind the borders in southern Leb
Syria has pulled its soldiers out of positions in the predominantly Christian region of Bshaireh in northern Lebanon, where they had been posted for y
The three Israeli soldiers ambushed and taken captive by Hizbollah on the Lebanese border last month are reported dead in captivity.
<B>Date:</B> Nov 8 - Nov 10, 2000 <B>Location:</B> Beirut, Lebanon <B>Specifics:</B> International Expert Group Meeting (EGM) on e-commerce, providing a unique opportunity to the participating
November 9, 2000
Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri said Lebanon has launched an "open skies" policy to help revive its sluggish economy.
Lebanon’s Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri said his ally, Druze leader Walid Joumblatt "wandered slightly from the straight" by calling for less Syrian inv