March 2, 2001
After more than 41 years of broadcasting, the first television station in the Middle East shut down Thursday night, in a move by the government to cut
The Lebanese budget registered a primary deficit of $165.33 million in January, as the deficit/spending ratio decreased to 12.62 percent from 79.98 percent in December 2000.
Lebanon and Jordan on Wednesday, February 28, called for a resumption of Arab-Israeli peace talks on all their tracks and said UN sanctions on Baghdad should be lifted to ease the plight of the Iraqi
March 1, 2001
Ellissa returned from Jordan where she presented several successful concerts. Ellissa is currently shooting a video clip for her new song “Wihyat El-
February 28, 2001
The ground-breaking new play of the renowned Lebanese artist Mansour Al Rahbani, Al Mutanabbi, will soon be featured in Dubai
Iraqi Trade Minister Mohammed Mahdi Saleh said Tuesday that Lebanon was not doing enough to move toward a free trade agreement with Iraq and increase
The comic play "Faouk Al-Dakkeh" was performed in Beirut this week.
The World Bank and European Union have pledged $458 million in aid to help Lebanon recover from its economic crisis, visiting Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri said Tuesday, February 27, after meet
February 27, 2001
One day, there was a little girl who took advantage of every moment and hour to exercise in her own room and enjoy oriental dancing in front of the mi
Lebanese brokerage firm Financial Funds Advisors (FFA) claimed Monday that it has become the first Lebanese financial institution to offer its clients
Lebanon is currently hosting its annual Al-Bustan Festival, which was opened this week with an evening of Vivaldi and Mozart
Lebanon’s Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri arrived in Paris late Monday to attend what was described as an “unprecedented” meeting with President Jacques C
Representatives of the governments of Iran and Lebanon have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU), according to which Iran will assist Lebanon in its economic reconstruction.
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri left Beirut Monday, February 26, for Paris where he is to have talks focusing on the economic crisis in Lebanon, officials said.
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri is to have key meetings with the World Bank and European Union this week, under French auspices, to avoid a "Turkish-style" monetary crisis, as Ankara is experienc