Nissan Motor is bringing the legendary Datsun brand back to the Middle East region with the exclusive launch of two new models in Lebanon, the on-DO and mi-DO.
Launched in 2014 after the brand was globally phased out in 1981, Dats
Leading Lebanon-based travel agency El Ajouz Travel has renewed its 10-year exclusive relationship with travel technology provider Sabre Travel Network Middle East (STNME) to help pursue its vision to provide more personalised travel experiences
The Cube, the new iconic skyscraper standing on a prominently visible plot in Horch Tabet, an eastern district of Beirut, Lebanon, has won the regionally coveted “Best Tall Building Middle East & Africa 2016” Award.
Alfa, the first Lebanese mobile network managed by Orascom Telecom, has signed an agreement with Ericsson to deploy 4G LTE-A network across Lebanon.
In addition, the two companies also signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to
Sabre Travel Network Middle East (STNME) is expanding in Lebanon with new offices in Beirut to support the company’s growth.
STNME, which has operated in Lebanon for over a decade, recently signed and renewed agreemen
Ministers and members of parliament belonging to Lebanon's Hezbollah could be sanctioned under a new US law targeting the group's finances, a US Treasury official said on Friday.
The US Hezbollah International Financing Pr
Lebanese authorities have detained two Lebanese employees of a Beirut airport service company over contacts with "terrorist parties", security sources said on Sunday. The sources gave no further details as the suspects were still being
Citigroup has appointed of Michel Sawaya as chief executive officer of Citibank Lebanon, replacing Elissar Farah Antonios who has assumed the role of chief executive officer of its UAE operations in December.
One person was killed and others injured late on Friday in a Palestinian refugee camp in south Lebanon after a dispute erupted into gunfire between rival political groups for the second time this week, Reuters witnesses and state media said.
The World Bank granted Lebanon a $100 million loan to support educational projects, but said support worth 10 times as much was being held up by the country's prolonged political paralysis.
World Bank Presi