April 14, 2001
The latest addition to the drive to boost Lebanon’s tourism potential is an initiative to revive the long-defunct website of the tourism ministry.
Tension between supporters and opponents of the Syrian military presence in Lebanon eased a notch on Friday, the 26th anniversary of the start of the
Pope John Paul II has ruled out a second visit to Lebanon as part of his upcoming tour in the region on a pilgrimage in the steps of the apostle Paul.
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri will visit Washington on April 24th for talks with US President George W. Bush on the Middle East peace and revit
Kazem al-Saher and Samira Said clinched this year’s top awards for best Arab clips for their songs “Mustakil” and “Halet Malal” at the second Arab Video Clip Festival
Singer Issam Rajji died on Sunday from a brain seizure at the age of 55. Best known for his songs “Laghetik widdinieh Leil” (I Met You in the Night),
April 13, 2001
The Lebanese government is determined to restructure loss-making national carrier Middle East Airlines and find a strategic partner for it before the
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri will head a 57-member economic and political delegation to Washington later this month.
The Lebanese government said Thursday dialogue was the only way to resolve the "extreme tension" in the country, mainly stemming from a heated debate
April 12, 2001
A retired army seargent has been able, alone, to turn an archeological site used by locals as a dumpsite into a tourist attraction.
Three Lebanese companies jointly launched on Wednesday a new internet banking solution for banks who want to offer customers more flexible services.
Pro-Syrian Lebanese took to the streets Wednesday, their opponents satged sit-ins on university campuses. Meanwhile, a booby-trapped parcel exploded,
The new Syrian president, Bashar Assad, was believed to be more open to rethinking the Syrian-Lebanese relationship. But the truth is that even if he was prepared to consider withdrawing from its Leba
April 11, 2001
A parcel bomb left on a doorstep badly injured three Druze women, including the sister of a member of parliament, when it blew up at Aley, east of Bei
Lebanon’s military tribunal has sentenced two Lebanese to seven-and-a-half years in prison after finding them guilty of spying for Israel.