November 2, 2000
Fifty-three illegal immigrants trying to get to Spain or Italy were arrested Wednesday while in transit through north Lebanon.
UN Secretary General Kofi Annan renewed his appeal to Lebanon to prevent "dangerous provocation" by deploying troops along its border with Israel.
Economists recall Rafik Hariri’s first term as Lebanese prime minister with mixed feelings. While Hariri was successful in restoring a much-needed national sense of self-confidence, he borrowed heavil
FiberLink Networks, a newly established company that plans to form a regional Internet service provider, acquired PSINet Lebanon, one of Lebanon’s leading ISPs. FiberLink is currently negotiating with
November 1, 2000
France's ambassador to Lebanon said Wednesday that Israeli warplanes' flights over south Lebanon violated UN Resolution 425, under which Israel in May
Some 300 Palestinians, none more than 10 years old, demonstrated here Wednesday in front of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) office
Lebanese songstress Pascal Mashalani enjoys a great following in Australia! And she’s about to get an award to prove it.
Activity on the Beirut Stock Exchange slightly improved for the week. The designation of Mr. Rafic Hariri as the new Prime Minister generated positive sentiment and reduced uncertainty.
Banque du Liban et d’Outre-Mer SAL (BLOM), Lebanon’s largest bank in terms of assets and customer deposits, declared net profits of $58.76 million for the first 9 months of 2000, an 11.8 percent incre
October 31, 2000
Medicares, a charity organization headed by former US first lady Barbara Bush, has granted medical aid worth 14 million dollars to Lebanon.
The new government of billionaire Rafiq Hariri promised a series of privatization to spur growth and increase investment to tackle the country's econo
Alhanan Tenenbaum, the Israeli colonel taken captive by Hizbollah early October is “practically a deputy of the Israeli Mossad chief,” whose task was
New Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri will visit Syria later Tuesday for talks with President Bashar Assad on the Middle East crisis.
Israeli warplanes broke the sound barrier in the skies over Lebanon for a second straight day on Tuesday with patrols over the south of the country as
October 30, 2000
Lebanese MP Ghassan Matar has said that he believes the threats by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak directed to Lebanon and Syria “are just meant to