June 4, 2001
Lebanon’s Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri issued circulars Saturday on proceeding with a modernization plan in order to speed up work and reduce costs.
Lebanon’s military tribunal has sentenced five members of the South Lebanon Army (SLA) militia to death in absentia for killing resistance fighters wh
Lebanese authorities have arrested a Palestinian UN employee who faces questioning by a military investigator for carrying forged Lebanese ID papers a
Ongoing negotiations in Brussels will help the EU “swiftly” reach a partnership with Lebanon, said an EU official on Sunday.
Syrian Vice President Abdel Halim Khaddam, who collapsed while addressing a meeting in northern Lebanon Sunday, was discharged from a hospital in Trip
June 3, 2001
Syria's state-run television said Sunday that Vice President Abdel Halim Khaddam was in "satisfactory" condition after collapsing at a meeting in nort
Lebanese anti-aircraft batteries fired on intruding Israeli aircraft Sunday for the first time since Israel's withdrawal from southern Lebanon more th
BEIRUT, (Reuters) - Demand for the Lebanese pound rose this week after the central bank began to swap short-term treasury bills for longer-term papers with a higher return, dealers said on Friday, Jun
June 2, 2001
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud will visit Morocco and Tunisia in two separate visits, aimed at boosting bilateral ties with the two Arab African coun
Stretches of the Bayyada-Naqoura main road in south Lebanon are collapsing and falling into the Mediterranean, endangering drivers’ lives.
Lebanese Foreign Minister Mahmoud Hammoud has invited his Egyptian counterpart, Ahmad Maher, to pay an official visit to Lebanon.
Qatar granted Lebanon on Friday 40 military vehicles and 20 motorcycles, specially equipped for police use.
Two men, a Lebanese and Egyptian, were seriously injured in separate neo-Nazi attacks following the latest wave of bloody anti-foreigner assaults in G
Jihane Alameh, wife of pop star Ragheb Alameh, has received a death threat just days after unknown arsonists destroyed the singer's car. The menacing telephone call came on May 29
After a tricky and potentially fatal operation in US, Georges Wassouf returned to Lebanon in the late hours of May 31 to find a crowd of some 2,000 people greeting him