April 8, 2002
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
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad received a telephone call Saturday from United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan to review the region's latest dev
Hewlett-Packard Middle East launched its windows CE based Jornada 560 series that will enable users to make use of Pocket Office productivity functions, whether through keyboarding or handwriting reco
April 6, 2002
The Israeli army fired Saturday evening an anti-tank shell at a building in which Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat's compound is located i
Arab states will try to overcome feuds among them and bolster the Palestinians, under fire from a week-long Israeli siege in the West Bank, at an emer
Friday was the bloodiest day of fighting since the beginning of the week-old Israeli military offensive in the West Bank.At least 40 Palestinians, inc
Fayza Ahmed is a prominent Arab singer. Her songs are still performed by the Arab singers despite the elapse of nine years after her death.
April 4, 2002
Hizbullah resumed firing anti-tank rockets late Thursday afternoon at Israeli outposts along the Israeli Lebanese border, near Shebaa Farms region. Is
The Brandenburg State Youth Symphony Orchestra conducted by Herr Sebastian Weigle, performed a concert at the Ommayad Conference Palace in Damascus.
Syria has entered the industry of cartoon films with a political purposeful film that depicts the crimes and atrocities of the Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
More than 1000 Egyptian artists grouped Wednesday afternoon at al Baloon Theater to express their solidarity with the Palestinian people.
A 9.4 percent decrease in Turkey's gross national product (GDP) accompanied by rapid population growth resulted in a 28 percent drop in the national income per capita in 2001. While in 2000, Turkey's
Syria received 2.2 million Arab tourists in 2001 with arrivals from the GCC states up 17.4 percent, compared to 2000 levels. Looking to improve these figures the Tourism Ministry is considering a long