April 24, 2002
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak on Wednesday accused Israel of using "state terrorism" to crush what he called legitimate Palestinian resistance to oc
The Syrian director Nizar Darawesh is currently shooting a new TV film entitled Hikayet Bassir (The Story of a Foresight).
At last, Syrian actress and director Waha al Raheb has started shooting her film Ruaa Halema (Dreamy Visions), after three years of waiting for the General Syrian Cinema Corporation decision.
Egypt and China have signed three bilateral agreements pertaining to economic, technological, cultural and agricultural cooperation, during the Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji’s visit in Egypt. Negotiation
April 23, 2002
The decomposed body of a Syrian national was found in the disputed Shebaa Farms where armed clashes recently raged between Hizbullah guerrillas and Is
Syria is currently witnessing an extensive theatrical activities which inaugurate the new theatrical summer season.
Egyptian announcer Mariam Amin decided to halt the variety programs Dehk wa Laa’b wa Gad wa Hobb and Tahani wa Aghani aired by the Egyptian satellite channel.
In a recently released report by Fitch Ratings, Egypt’s response to February’s donor conference in Sharm Al Sheikh was highlighted. Fitch forecasted that Egypt’s big currency earners, including touris
The governments of Lebanon and Syria recently signed an agreement to build a joint dam on the Nahr al Kabir River in northern Lebanon, reported Al-Hayat. Syria will have access to 60 percent of the ri
DHL UAE is to open an air express center in Abu Dhabi’s Al-Muhairy Mall next month. This move marks the direct entry of the Emirates’ air express supplier into the retail sector. If successful, the Ab
April 21, 2002
Israel told the American administration it would object to the inclusion of three United Nations officials in the inspection team due to inspect the J
Egyptian actress Laila Elwi has recently participated in the culture week held in Damascus by al Mada publishing house.
The Saudi Al-Rajhi Banking and Investment Corporation and the Syrian Daaboul Petrochemical Industries Company recently signed a $50 million a joint venture to build the first ever Syrian benzene alkyl
Saudi pipe producer Amiantit’s General Assembly recently approved raising the company’s capital from SR550 million to SR 650 million ($173 million). The increase will be financed by injecting the majo
April 20, 2002
In old neighborhoods of the Syrian cities of Aleppo and Latakia, a film entitled What is Next? is currently being shot.