March 17, 2001
The Dubai Ports Authority has cancelled a 225-million-dollar deal to equip and operate the new Beirut port.
Lebanon’s economy and trade minister, Basil Fuleihan, has warned that the ministry will revoke the licenses of any insurance company that fails to rai
The Lebanese army released nine employees at the Lebanese Broadcast Corporation International (LBCI), and withdrew its personnel from the station’s bu
The Lebanese government has decided to send a chartered plane to Kinshasa to retrieve the bodies of Lebanese expatriates executed in the wake of the a
March 16, 2001
A United Nations spokesman on Thursday denied Israeli accusations that Lebanon was diverting a key river, the Wazzani, to stop it flowing into Israel.
March 15, 2001
The Saudi newspaper Al Watan reported that plague hit a large number of poultry in Lebanon few days only after the discovery of suspected cases of foo
By Nigel Thorpe Senior English Editor Albawaba.com -- Amman Anti-government and anti-Syrian demonstrations in Beirut on Wednesday marked the 11th ann
An unspecified amount of stockpiled ammunition exploded Wednesday in a building in the Ain al-Hilweh Palestinian camp near Sidon, but there were no in
Amany, flew off to Cairo where she will have business with renowned composer, Mohamad Sultan, has completed for her a new piece for her to dance to in her next performance
Wael Kfoury has agreed to star in a new Egyptian movie in Cairo where he will sing three different songs with the Egyptian dialect
Nawal will continue her tour for another two months before she leaves to the US to meet with Kathem al-Saher where they will perform in the largest American Concerts
Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Lebanon decided Wednesday to construct an overland gas pipeline to transport Egyptian gas to the three other countries and Turkey, Syria's official SANA news agency said.
March 14, 2001
A Lebanese delegation left Beirut Tuesday for a ten-day visit to Japan as part of a Japanese government-sponsored program to strengthen relations betw
Congolese President Joseph Kabila has promised to do his best to find and repatriate the bodies of 11 Lebanese murdered in Kinshasa in January.
A solution to defuse the tension created by the army presence at the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation International LBCI is expected "within 48 hours