News

Car bomb explodes in Beirut

Related News about Reports: Car bomb explodes in Beirut

Sort by: Relevance : Date

A car bomb has ripped through a predominantly Christian area of Beirut early Saturday, sheering off part of a multi-story office building and raising concerns about more violence in the volatile Lebanese capital. (CNN — 7 hours ago)
+ related stories

Hundreds of thousands of people have gathered in central Beirut for the largest anti-Syrian protest in Lebanon since the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri exactly a month ago (ABC News — 15 March, 2005)
+ related stories

Car bomb explodes in Beirut
Car bomb explodes in Beirut

Beirut: The Syrian army has pulled 4000 troops out of Lebanon, as more evidence implicates Damascus in the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri. (The Australian — 20 hours ago)
+ related stories

A car bomb that injured nine people in a Christian neighborhood of Beirut boosted fears that turmoil over the assassination of an ex-prime minister has created a climate for sectarian bloodshed. (MSNBC — 43 minutes ago)
+ related stories

UN Secretary General Kofi Annan says he expects Syria to pull out of Lebanon fully before May elections. (BBC News — 18 March, 2005)
+ related stories

The special U.N.envoy on Lebanon warned that a pledge by Syria to withdraw its forces from Lebanon was contingent on the formation of a new government in Lebanon. (New York Times — 15 March, 2005)
+ related stories

More than 800,000 people surge into central Beirut to demand an endto Syria’s military domination of Lebanon. (The Age — 15 March, 2005)
+ related stories

UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan demanded Syria on Thursday to pull out all its military forces and intelligent agents from Lebanon before parliamentary elections in May. (Aljazeera — 12 hours ago)
+ related stories

A UN team is to report to Kofi Annan its findings into the murder of former Lebanese PM Rafik Hariri. (BBC News — 16 March, 2005)
+ related stories

The rally added pressure on the government of Syria to announce a serious timetable for its withdrawal from Lebanon. (New York Times — 16 March, 2005)
+ related stories

The leaders of France, Germany, Spain and Russia demanded a �complete pullout” of all Syrian forces and intelligent agents from Lebanon in line with UN resolution 1559, a joint statement said on Friday. (Aljazeera — 43 minutes ago)
+ related stories

Two Bush administration officials pressed for the prompt removal of all Syrian forces in Lebanon on Sunday, a move they said would free upcoming Lebanese elections from pressure by their neighbor country. (Washington Post — 14 March, 2005)
+ related stories

Hundreds of thousands jammed the center of downtown Beirut today in the largest rally yet demanding the withdrawal of Syrian forces. (New York Times — 15 March, 2005)
+ related stories

Page1

Similar Posts