September 11, 2000
What a new idea. The Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation International can now refuse to air a mega-stars music videos!
Nina and Rida Butrus find themselves in constant fear over their father's health. Especially following a petrifying incident.
September 10, 2000
Najwa Karam will commence her latest US tour in mid-September
Well it happened. Rafik Hariri and his allies swept to victory in Beirut in last week’s second and concluding round of the parliamentary elections.
Azerbaijan's state property ministry announced Friday that Lebanon's Ruby Rose Group SALR had won a tender for a 18.5-million-dollar Siyazan chicken factory, located some 100 kilometers (60 miles) nor
September 9, 2000
Lebanese IT experts, investors and entrepreneurs have joined the international First Tuesday club, and began their meetings in Beirut last week, repor
September 8, 2000
Five Egyptian technicians were hurt when an electricity transformer exploded in a major power station east of Beirut, which had been destroyed in Isra
September 7, 2000
Three Christian opposition parties call for a government of national unity in order to ensure the return from exile of one anti-Syrian Christian leade
September 6, 2000
By Nabil Al Mulhem Damascus A veteran Lebanese member of parliament threatened Wednesday that he would reveal sensitive information regarding the Leb
An employee at the Lebanon's main water authority in the Chouf was arrested Tuesday on charges of embezzling and squandering public funds, Daily Star
Lebanese Oil Minister Suleiman Traboulsi increased fuel prices on Tuesday, citing inflated international prices for crude oil, reported the Daily Star
Lebanon's Speaker of the Higher Shiite Council, Sheikh Mohammed Mehdi Shamseddine has returned to Beirut from France, following three weeks of medical
The sweeping weekend electoral victory of billionaire former prime minister Rafiq Hariri helped to stabilize the Lebanese pound Monday.At the same time, Solidere, the giant real-estate firm in which H
The sweeping weekend electoral victory of billionaire former Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri helped to stabilize the Lebanese pound Monday, an economist said.
Former prime minister Rafiq Hariri's election triumph fuelled stock market interest for a second straight day Tuesday in the building company he founded, whose business has been on hold since he left