October 29, 2000
An Israeli army unit came under automatic gunfire Sunday near Zarit, close to the Lebanese border, although no one was injured.
Cyprus and Lebanon move clocks back an hour overnight Saturday to Sunday, to two hours ahead of GMT, instead of three.
capitalization for the month stood at $1.68 billion—a 2 percent increase relative to the figure in August. The total transactions volume reached 1.3 million shares, with a value of $6.8 million.
Lebanon's balance of trade cumulated over the fist nine months of 2000 are as follows: Imports stand at $4,602 million—representing a drop of 11 percent. Exports, however, sharply rose by 1350 percent
The new system of continuous share trading started on October 27, where buy and sell orders are first entered in the computer system. A price fixing is determined at the opening but will not be consid
October 28, 2000
Lebanon's new cabinet, formed after a compromise among top leaders, held its first meeting Friday, amid criticism that it lacked proper Christian repr
October 27, 2000
A thousand Palestinians, some 100 of them armed, rallied Friday at this refugee camp in southern Lebanon in support of the uprising against Israel.
Beirut newspapers said Friday the new national government showed strong Syrian intervention and lacked proper Christian representation, but still resp
October 26, 2000
New Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri has formed a 30-member cabinet, the second government under the mandate of President Emile Lahoud.
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud and new Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri met Thursday to discuss the formation of a new government, after allegations the
The Internet frenzy has hit the Lebanese capital so hard that cyber cafés are opening up in unlikely places, including kebab shops, to meet the demand.
The Lebanese Audi Bank posted a net operating income of $9.2 million in the first quarter of 2000, reported <I>Al-Morakeb Al-Inmai</I> magazine. This figure translates into a 12 percent rise compared
October 25, 2000
Lebanon's newly-appointed billionaire prime minister Rafiq Hariri ended two days of talks with members of parliament Wednesday on forming a new govern
Lebanese Druze leader Walid Jumblatt denounced Syria's continued "meddling" in Lebanon's internal affairs, mainly by preventing Christian representati
October 24, 2000
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement said Monday it does not intend to be part of the government new prime minister Rafiq Hariri is expected to form over t