October 10, 2001
The Kuwait Stock Market plunged 1.46 percent Monday October 8, closing below the 1,600-point psychological barrier in the first day of trading after the US-led strikes on Afghanistan. The KSE inde
The executive office for the Arab boycott of Israel met Monday October 8 for the first time since 1993 to reactivate an embargo in response to the Jewish state's attacks on the Palestinians.
October 9, 2001
Syria on Tuesday celebrated its election to the UN Security Council as a double triumph: a diplomatic coup over Israel and an exoneration of charges a
Four bombs fell Tuesday on Kandahar airport, to the east of Afghanistan in what seems the start of the third cosecutive day of US attacks.
An oil factory in the Egyptian city of October 6 witnessed a tragic incident on Monday when four workers fell into a tank for refining and storage of
Syrian actress Nadin has recently started shooting the new TV series Jilnar, in which she plays a domineering woman whose wimpy husband drives her crazy with his pathetic complexes.
The Arab League's Central Office for the Boycott of Israel (OBI) postponed to Monday a meeting scheduled for Sunday, in a bid to bolster the boycott on Israel.
The Syrian ministry of economy and foreign commerce issued last week a set of regulations, specifying the registration and licensing procedures for private and joint-ownership banks in the country, ba
MobileCom has recently announced it will become the first GSM operator to offer its customers complete roaming service throughout Syria, starting October 4. MobileCom is now providing roaming services
October 8, 2001
For the first time in more than 30 years, Syria, a country listed by Washington as a state sponsor of terrorism, was elected Monday to the Security Co
US bombers and tactical aircraft resumed attacks in Afghanistan Monday a day after US and British forces struck air defenses, ground forces and terror
The Arabs and Muslims have a history of victimization. They have been the victims of colonial powers, corrupt regimes and their own illusions. It’s ti
An Egyptian prisoner lost his life behind the bars in the city of Banha because he refused to give away a cup of tea two of his colleagues had wanted.
Saudi Prince Nawaf bin Abdelaziz, chief of the general intelligence, arrived in Rabat on Sunday evening.
An Indonesian boat carrying 187 asylum seekers intercepted by the Australian navy about 1,500 kilometers off western Australia was taken into tow afte