Lebanon

March 12, 2001

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The long awaited privatization of the Lebanese carrier, Middle East Airlines , seems to have been put on ice once again, opting for another go at curbing the airline’s financial losses, before finally

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Throughout Lebanon's 15-year civil war, which drew to a close in 1990, the TeleLiban television station was a symbol of the country’s will to pull though. Although it was sometimes targeted by several

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Although the quantity of the Lebanese oil import declined by 10.4 percent in 2000 compared with 1999, the monetary value of these imports grew by 40.4 percent during the same period, because of the sh

March 11, 2001

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Lebanon took the first step this week to restoring relations with Iraq, rescinding a 1994 decision to break off ties with Baghdad.

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The future of Beirut's new 225-million-dollar container terminal is in doubt following news that Dubai Ports Authority (DPA), the contracted operator

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Throughout Lebanon's 15-year civil war, which drew to a close in 1990, the TeleLiban television station was a symbol of the country’s will to pull though. Although it was sometimes targeted by several

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The Lebanese government, with the backing of its own people and of the international community, is on the right road toward staving off financial ruin and turning the economy around, Prime Minister Ra

March 10, 2001

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The eleven Lebanese nationals allegedly killed in Kinshasa in January were abducted because they were neighbors of a suspect in the assassination of D

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A Lebanese military court Friday charged 24 people, of whom 10 have been arrested, with spying and committing "terrorist" acts for Israel a decade ago

March 9, 2001

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The Israeli army fired 10 shells into south Lebanon Friday, but no one was injured.

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A southern Lebanese village is plunged into mourning for six of its people, believed to be among 11 Lebanese nationals who disappeared in the Democrat

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Saudi Arabia extended on Thursday a loan to Lebanon to upgrade a stretch of the road between Beirut and Damascus.

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Twelve alleged spies who were gathering intelligence on Hizbollah and planning bomb attacks on behalf of Israel have been arrested by the Lebanese arm

March 8, 2001

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Lebanon’s economic recession continues to take a heavy toll. Societe des Ciments Libanais (SCL), the country's largest cement producer, intends laying off 150 workers next week.

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Activity on the Beirut Stock Exchange regressed in February compared to January, the second consecutive monthly decline. Aggregate volume dropped by 2.8 percent to 905,134 shares and value fell 35 per