September 19, 2000
Fouad Shrafeddine is a hero!
The Lebanese military has finally deployed in South Lebanon, the former headquarters of pro-Israeli militias.
Lebanon's overall budget deficit for the first eight months of the year rose to hit 51 percent of spending, or $2.1 billion, up from 41.8 percent of s
Nine followers of the outlawed Christian Lebanese Forces militia were detained for questioning after a ceremony last week turned into a demonstration.
An Israeli civilian was slightly hurt Tuesday when he was hit by a stone thrown by Lebanese civilians at the Fatima Gate, a former crossing point on t
A two-member Lebanese delegation from the ministry of immigrant affairs is due to arrive in Nicosia to solve the issue of 226 illegal immigrants being
Three Indian peacekeepers in the UN force in Lebanon were injured, two seriously, in an overnight road accident at the country's borders with Israel.
Press Release: The official inauguration of the Termium-Gitex Beirut information technology exhibition was held on Tuesday, September 19, at 12 noon. The exhibition, located at Beirut Hall in Sin el-
September 18, 2000
Lebanon is to receive $153,000 from the European Union to establish an information-technology center at the Ministry of Economy and Trade, the Daily S
Bus drivers in Baalbek honked their horns during a demonstration in the town on Sunday to protest the recent increase in fuel prices. Association of B
Albawaba Nida Ramahi Today, September 18th , signifies the end of a 40-hour brutal murder , when serial killers in military garb tortured and massacr
A Lebanese man was seriously injured Monday when two gas canisters exploded in his car as he was entering the Lebanese coastal city of Sidon.
Following the recent election of a new board of directors, the chairman of Banque Libanaise pour le Commerce (BLC), Chafik Muharram, has predicted strong profits for the Bank in 2001.
Lebanon's central bank chief said Thursday he opposed a devaluation of the Lebanese pound, while he favored structural reforms aimed at reducing the country's heavy public and private debt.
September 17, 2000
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud says his country will not submit to conditions placed upon it for the staging of an international donor conference for