July 29, 2000
Lebanon and Syria accused Israel on Saturday of hindering the deployment of UN troops in southern Lebanon and hurting the Middle East peace process at
A deputy in Lebanon's parliament called on Syria's new President Bashar al-Assad Saturday to free the estimated 200 Lebanese prisoners held in Syrian
Former Lebanese president Amin Jmayel has announced his return to Lebanon on Sunday after eight years of exile in France. Jmayel, who left Lebanon aft
July 28, 2000
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak hopes the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) would be deployed soon along the Israeli-Lebanese border.
The United Nations said Friday it started to deploy in formerly Israeli-occupied south Lebanon while Beirut insisted it still had to check two border
United Nations peacekeeping troops started Friday to deploy in the former Israeli-occupied border zone in southern Lebanon, a UN spokesman told AFP. T
The UN Security Council voted unanimously Thursday to extend the mandate by six months of 5,000 UN troops set to be deployed soon in Southern Lebanon.
July 27, 2000
Kuwait insisted Thursday that Washington had not cancelled a controversial multi-million-dollar deal with the emirate for 48 Paladin howitzers, but ha
The Israeli military pledged Wednesday night to immediately rectify any border infringements, which have delayed the planned deployment of UNIFIL and
July 26, 2000
UN envoy Terje Roed-Larsen accused Israel on Tuesday of violating its border with Lebanon, saying the Jewish state's behavior was "unnecessary, counte
July 25, 2000
Israel hopes the Lebanese government will put an end to the "disturbances" that have broken out in southern Lebanon since Israel withdrew its troops o
The foreign affairs adviser of Iranian spiritual guide Ayatollah Ali Khameini arrived here Tuesday to meet Lebanese President Emile Lahoud, officials
Lebanon agreed to allow the deployment of UN peacekeeping troops on Wednesday along its border with Israel, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan said in a
(MEBG) – Lebanon’s largest bank in terms of assets, Banque Liban Et D'Outre Mer (BLOM), is considering expanding into Syria—a country that has prevented the entry of private sector banks.
(AFP, BEIRUT) – Lebanon urgently needed $260 million to rebuild the southern zone vacated by Israel.