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  • Lebanese soldiers kill man carrying grenade

    SIDON, Lebanon (AFP) - Lebanese soldiers shot dead a man carrying a hand grenade outside the Palestinian refugee camp  of Ein el-Helweh on Saturday, an army spokesman said.  "The man was carrying a hand grenade and we are also investigating...
  • Israel deports freed Lebanese prisonner

    Israel released from prison on Sunday a Lebanese who had completed a six-year jail term on espionage charges and took him to the border with Lebanon  for repatriation.  Nissim Nasser's release, announced by Israeli authorities, has raised specul...
  • Siniora meets former premiers ahead of cabinet consultations

    By Hussein Abdallah, Daily star. BEIRUT: Prime Minister Fouad Siniora paid a number of customary visits on Thursday, one day ahead of the mandatory parliamentary consultations that will precede the formation of Lebanon's new cabinet. Siniora met former pr...
  • Summer music festivals back on in Lebanon

    BEIRUT (AFP)  Summer festivals music in Lebanon , which usually attract visitors in their thousands, are back this year after being silenced by war and political instability, organisers announced on Thursday. "What we are seeing today is an expr...
  • Lebanon back on track as top tourist spot

    BEIRUT  - For three consecutive seasons tourism revenue, once Lebanon's lifeblood, was reduced to a trickle by violence and political uncertainty.  Reservations have begun pouring into this land of sun, sea and mountains, and a bumper tourism se...
  • Letter to the Lebanese Diaspora

    نِعمَـــة الله أبــي نصـرْ         نـائِـ...
  • Lebanon's Siniora set to lead new government

    Lebanon's new president General Michel Sleiman has asked outgoing Prime Minister Fuad Saniora to form a new Cabinet despite reservations by the opposition. Lebanon's president appointed Prime Minister Fouad Siniora on Wednesday to head a nationa...
  • Lebanese Government Bans Motorbikes

    The Lebanese interior ministry Tuesday announced an indefinite ban on motorbikes, provocative convoys, slogans or flag waving in the capital Beirut. "Motorbikes will be banned in Beirut effective at 1800 (1500 GMT) on May 27, 2008, until further noti...
  • President General Sleiman assumes office

    Lebanon's new President, Michel Suleiman, has arrived at the presidential palace to begin his first full day in office. A military band played the national anthem as Suleiman, who headed the army for a decade, walked on a red carpet into the Baabda Palace...
  • Lebanon's Suleiman becomes 12th president

    Malek Fady el Khazen founder of khazen.org on behalf of himself and his direct family convey their happiness in this great day and congratulates his Excellency President Of Lebanon General Michel Suleiman and wishes his success in the ...
  • Beirut restaurants face new challenges as sit-in ends

    Daily star BEIRUT: As municipality and Sukleen workers removed the remaining concrete barriers and swept the streets in Beirut Central District (BCD), restaurant and shop owners in this fancy commercial area slowly opened their business Thursday. The oppo...
  • Israel, Syria acknowledge indirect talks in Turkey

    JERUSALEM (CNN)  21 may 2008-- Israeli and Syrian officials confirmed Wednesday they are indirectly negotiating a possible peace deal under Turkish mediation. A U.N. soldier looks out from an observation tower in the largely abandoned city of Quneit...
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    الاتحاد المسيحي الديمقراطي اللبناني     &nb...
  • Neutralite du Liban.

    مع شكرنا لكلّ الدول التي سعت وساهمت في إنجا&#...
  • Rival Lebanese sign deal to end crisis

    DOHA - Rival Lebanese leaders signed a deal on Wednesday to end 18 months of political conflict that had pushed their country to the brink of a new civil war. The deal, concluded after six days of Arab-mediated talks in Qatar, paved the way for parliament...
  • Qatar sets Lebanon opposition Wednesday deadline

    DOHA  - Arab mediators gave Lebanon's  opposition a Wednesday deadline to respond to proposals aimed at resolving a political crisis which brought the country to the brink of civil war. Delegates said the proposals called  for the imme...
  • Lebanese unity plan 'in trouble'

    Rival leaders appeared back at square one on the fourth day of intense bargaining in Doha but mediators managed to get the talks going and maintained hope that a deal could still be reached to pull Lebanon back from the brink of a civil strife. Gover...
  • Lebanon talks in Qatar progress, major hurdles remain

     Rival Lebanese leaders made progress on issues at the heart of their political crisis on Sunday but Qatari-mediated talks face major hurdles to a deal to pull Lebanon back from a civil war. Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabr al-T...
  • Lebanese leaders tackle core issues at Qatar talks

    DOHA  - Rival leaders tackled divisive issues at the heart of Lebanon's political crisis on Saturday at Qatari-mediated talks aimed at pulling their country back from the brink of civil war. Government and opposition leaders left a conference room se...
  • Lebanese leaders head to Qatar for crisis talks

    DOHA (Reuters) - Rival Lebanese leaders flew to Qatar on Friday aiming to end a protracted political conflict that has pushed the country to the brink of a new civil war.Qatar's Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani was due to open the talks in a Doha ho...