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  • Zawya: Solidere shares see slight dip after four-day upsurge After four days of upsurge in the prices of Solidere shares, the stocks of the real estate company fell slightly Friday. 3 days ago
  • Zawya: Lebanon's industrial exports drop 15% The Industry Ministry said that industrial exports in the first eight months of 2016 fell to $1.713 billion, a 14.7% drop from the same period of 2015 and a 19.2% drop from the 2014 period. 3 days ago
  • Zawya: Banque Audi: MENA Weekly Monitor (15-Oct-16) This is a PDF report. 3 days ago
  • Zawya: Banque Audi: The Lebanon Weekly Monitor (16-Oct-16) This is a PDF report. 3 days ago
  • Zawya: Byblos Bank: Lebanon This Week (15-Jul-16) This is a PDF report. 3 days ago
  • Zawya: Lebanese authorities crack terror network A network of Syrians planning terror attacks across Lebanon have been arrested, General Security announced. 4 days ago
  • Zawya: Syrian refugee arrives from Beirut for medical care in Abu Dhabi Quadriplegic Khaldoon, who is unable to move, took refuge in Lebanon in August 2012. 4 days ago
  • Zawya: Solidere shares keep surge momentum for third day Solidere shares continued to climb for a third day in a row as investors remained upbeat about the prospects of electing a president in foreseeable future. 5 days ago
  • Zawya: Apple chips factory set to open in Lebanon's Jezzine Apple chips factory is considered a landmark step in the agro-food industry in Lebanon 5 days ago
  • Zawya: Dubai Cares commits $20mln to Education in Emergencies The commitment by DC, which is part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum's Global Initiatives, will initially cover three programmes in Lebanon, Niger and Sierra Leone. 5 days ago
  • Maktoob: Outrage in Lebanon over article 'slandering' Fairuz Magazine describes iconic Lebanese singer as a supporter of Syrian President Assad, causing anger on social media. 10 months ago
  • Maktoob: 51 Syrian refugees to arrive in Northern Ireland Belfast, Dec 15 (IANS) The first group of Syrian refugees will arrive in Northern Ireland under the British government's relocation scheme on Tuesday. A total of 51 refugees, including 11 children aged under five are travelling from Lebanon to Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland, Xinhua news agency reported. The 51 refugees are among the 20,000 Syrian refugees relocation scheme by British government over the next five years. 10 months ago
  • Maktoob: Saudi Arabia announces Islamic military alliance against terrorism Riyadh, Dec 15 (IANS/WAM) Saudi Arabia on Tuesday announced the formation of an Islamic military alliance comprising 34 countries to fight against terrorism. The alliance will be led by Saudi Arabia. The countries in the alliance are the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Jordan, Pakistan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Turkey, Chad, Togo, Tunisia, Djibouti, Senegal, Sudan, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Gabon, Guinea, Palestine, Comoros, Qatar, Cote d'Ivoire, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Maldives, Mali, Malaysia, Egypt, Morocco, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Yemen. 10 months ago
  • Maktoob: Lebanon charges Kadhafi son in decades-old kidnap case Lebanese authorities on Monday charged Hannibal Kadhafi, the high-living son of the late Libyan dictator, with withholding information about a missing Lebanese Shiite cleric, judicial sources told AFP. Kadhafi was kidnapped on Friday by an unknown armed group in Lebanon's eastern Bekaa valley, but was freed by police several hours later and taken in for questioning, security sources said. Sadr went missing in 1978 during an official visit to Libya, along with an aide and a journalist. 10 months ago
  • Maktoob: Lebanon's Hariri says to pursue power-sharing plan for presidency Former Lebanese prime minister Saad al-Hariri said on Sunday he would continue to pursue a power-sharing solution to the country's 18-month presidential vacuum with politician Suleiman Franjieh, a Maronite Christian he backs for the role. The proposal, widely discussed by politicians in Lebanon but not formally outlined in detail, would make Franjieh president and Hariri, a Sunni Muslim, prime minister. In a phone call, Hariri and Franjieh agreed to "proceed on the joint path for the election of the president," a statement from Hariri's office said. 10 months ago
  • Maktoob: Palestinian refugee thrives at Britain's poshest school Wearing a white tie and coattails, Ammar Mustapha sits near the manicured grounds of Britain's most prestigious school, a world away from the Palestinian refugee camps he grew up in Syria and Lebanon. Shy and softly spoken, Mustapha, 18, was plucked from among millions of refugee children to attend Britain's exclusive Eton College, alma mater of prime ministers, business leaders and members of the royal family. "It was a life-changing opportunity," said Mustapha, who was offered a scholarship by a charity due to his outstanding academic ability. 10 months ago
  • Maktoob: Gaddafi's son Hannibal freed after kidnap in Lebanon Tripoli, Dec 12 (IANS) Late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's son Hannibal has been freed after being briefly kidnapped by an armed group in Lebanon, security sources said on Saturday. 10 months ago
  • Maktoob: US urges Americans to avoid Lebanon travel after bombings The United States urged its citizens Friday to avoid traveling to Lebanon, after bombings in Beirut claimed by the Islamic State group killed 44 people. 10 months ago
  • Maktoob: Son of late Libyan dictator Kadhafi 'kidnapped in Lebanon' Hannibal Kadhafi, the high-living businessman son of the late Libyan dictator Moamer Kadhafi, was kidnapped in Lebanon on Friday, a security source said. 10 months ago
  • Maktoob: Neutral Finland to boost Iraq, Lebanon missions to help France Finland said on Friday it would boost its involvement in a training mission in Iraq and in a U.N.-led operation in Lebanon to help relieve French forces following the Paris attacks last month by Islamic State militants. France made an unprecedented call for military help from its European Union partners under the bloc's Lisbon Treaty following the attacks, which killed 130 people. EU member Finland is officially neutral and not in NATO. 10 months ago