April 11, 2002
Syrian singer and musician Bashar Zarqan performed two concerts at Sama Theater in Damascus, at which he sang his new artwork Urid An Ahia (I Want to Live).
The Telecom Egypt company and the US-based Telegroup recently signed an agreement for the establishment of a new international telecommunication link using fiber optic cables, reported Al-Alam Al-Yaum
April 10, 2002
Algerian foreign minister Abdelaziz Belkhadem met in Damascus on Tuesday with his Syrian counterpart Farouq al-Sharaa during which they discussed the
In Morocco, public festivities, scheduled for April 12 through 14, on the occasion of the wedding of King Mohammed VI, were postponed to a later date,
“Arab Cinema, a Search for Identity” was the title of a symposium recently held in Damascus with the participation of Qeis al Zubaidi, Hekmat Dawoud and Mohammed Malas.
The Emirati producer of bottled mineral water, MASAFI, yesterday reported a 10 percent growth in sales in the year 2001. The company statement noted that this performance was achieved against a genera
Several bilateral cooperation agreements were concluded this week between the governments of Syria and Bahrain, following the meeting of the countries’ joint committee. The accords signed relate to co
Egyptian authorities will allocate 20 million pounds ($4.3 million) to the renovation of non-functioning electricity networks in approximately 143 villages in Upper Egypt. The investment will increase
Egypt recently imposed a 150 percent dumping fee on Syrian cotton textile products, valid for a one year period. The measure was taken in response to complaints filed by local textile manufacturers on
April 9, 2002
Negotiations are running in Cairo between the Arab Company for Film Production and Syrian actor Dureid Lahham to star in a new comic and political film.
Oman’s Bank Muscat announced net profits of OR6.45 million ($17 million) for the first quarter the financial year 2002 and a 10 percent dividend for the year 2001. The banks net profits registered an
April 8, 2002
Tensions again flared Sunday afternoon on the flashpoint border between Israel and Lebanon, with Israeli warplanes delivering swift retaliation to Hiz
A new Saudi railways law is expected to be passed soon to precipitate the creation of a private rail network. Saudi Arabia has also just signed contracts for road projects worth over $400 million and
April 7, 2002
Bahraini Prime Minister Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman al Khalifa left Manama Sunday heading to Damascus for a two-day official visit to Syria made at the
The Kingdom of Bahrain’s Information Minister Nabil Yaqoub al-Hamar deeply regretted the consequences of the recent demonstration, which started peace