January 25, 2004
Algerian singer Fula has filed a lawsuit against the Music Production Company Rotana after the company cancelled her contract, demanding that she receives all her legal rights
January 24, 2004
Secretary of State Colin Powell said Saturday that Iraq may not have possessed weapons of mass destruction.
January 21, 2004
Six Iraqis, several American soldiers and a Turkish driver were injured Wednesday when their patrol was hit by a huge explosion in the northern Iraqi
Italy’s Pirelli has been awarded two major contracts valued at $20 million for the provision of overhead optical cable systems in Algeria. The contracts have been signed with the system integrator Tel
January 20, 2004
At least 20 people were killed and more than 70 wounded in a huge explosion that destroyed a liquefied natural gas plant in Skikda, eastern Algeria, r
U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan promised U.S. and Iraqi leaders Monday he would weigh their request to dispatch a U.N. team to study if Iraq could h
January 19, 2004
The Algerian Health Ministry "categorically" denied Sunday the rumours about the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in the country.
Kuwait’s Global Investment House (GIH) launched two new funds today, the Global US Equity Index Fund, and the Global European Equity Index Fund, stated a press release. Indexing is an investment st
France’s Lesaffre Company has announced plans to open a yeast production plant in Algiers, Algeria. The firm is expected to invest €20 million into the facility, which is forecasted to create hundreds
Despite the United State’s tough economic sanction campaign against Syria, officials are suggesting that investigations implicating the Arab state in terrorist funding schemes have been abandoned in o
January 17, 2004
Algerian singer Warda has begun holding extensive working sessions with numerous Egyptian composers and poets to choose the songs for her first album after a two-year absence
Egyptian singer Shireen denied strongly the most recent circulating rumors that she and Lebanese singer Fadel Shaker have secretly gotten married
The Spanish electricity provider Union Fenosa, in association with a US company, has won a contract worth up to $1.5 billion from the US army to provide infrastructure in Iraq and 24 other countries.
January 15, 2004
The head of Algeria's banned Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) on Thursday disclosed his plan for ending the 12-year crisis in the north African nation, c
A series of new steps have been declared Wednesday by Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, at the opening of the national convention on the small