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
Rotana Hotels Beirut, a leading hotel in the Lebanese capital, has welcomed Raymonde Nawar as its new cluster revenue manager.
A graduate from the Hotel Management Institute of Dekwaneh with a Bachelor's degree in Hotel Manage
The Lebanese government has approved a plan to solve a seven-month garbage crisis that has fuelled protests against the dysfunctional state and raised concerns for public health.
Two landfills will be established near Beirut, and
Luxury hotel brand CampbellGray Hotels has welcomed Georges Ojeil as the general manager of Le Gray, Beirut in Lebanon.
Ojeil brings with him over 18 years of experience in various roles within the sector including, hospitality bu
Lebanon's central bank governor said he saw no risk to the Lebanese pound and it remained bank policy to keep it stable, adding that he had not been informed of any measures by Saudi Arabia targeting the Lebanese financial sector.
Saudi Arabia's foreign ministry has warned its citizens against travel to Lebanon and urged those present to leave for their own safety, state news agency SPA reported.
The UAE also announced that it was banning its citizens f
National Commercial Bank , Saudi Arabia's largest bank, will close its two branches in Lebanon because of low financial returns, the lender said on Thursday.
Both branches are in Beirut. Lebanon's economy has been struggli