Algeria

January 8, 2004

02:00 GMT

Iridian Technologies and the General Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police announced that the iris-based National Expellees Tracking and Border Control System has processed over one million travelers to-dat

January 7, 2004

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Algeria's President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika stressed Tuesday in Mila the vital importance of water resources and the need of their preservation by avoid

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Jordanian Queen Rania arrived Wednesday at the airport of the quake-hit city of Bam, southeast Iran. Queen Rania, accompanied by some officials with J

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Saudi-based AES Arabia has won a contract to build a water desalination plan for the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), reported Gulf Daily News. The plant will have a daily capacity of 1,000 cubic

January 6, 2004

02:00 GMT

Sources leaked that Lebanese prominent singer Majida Al Roumi will be participating for the first time in the opening of the Layali Dubai (Dubai Nights) Music Festival

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Algeria’s public industrial sector recorded a 2.9 percent production fall in the third quarter of 2003, reported the National Statisitics Office.   The steel segment was the only category that witness

January 5, 2004

02:00 GMT

Iran's top national security body is to "seriously" consider proposals to shift the political capital out of quake-prone Tehran following last month's

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An additional budget of DA 5.31 billion for development has been granted by President Bouteflika to the province of Jijel, Deputy Interior Minister Da

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Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Mousa is expected to pay a three-day visit to Yemen next Thursday to attend a conference on democracy and hum

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More than 9.1 million tons of goods passed through the Port of Algiers in 2003. In the first 11 months of 2003, trade at the port reached 926.288 million Algerian dinars ($13.2 million), an 8.9 percen

January 4, 2004

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Algerian riot police used truncheons and shields to beat back protesting lawmakers outside Algeria's parliament on Sunday. Several lawmakers were woun

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Morocco’s telecom regulator ANRT will try a second time to liberalize the nation’s fixed line sector by announcing a timetable for a new license in the first quarter of 2004, said a spokesperson from

January 3, 2004

02:00 GMT

The Export-Import Bank of the US has approved a $192 million long-term loan guarantee to support construction of the 825-megawatt Skikda Power Project in the Algerian coastal city of Skikda. Currently

January 1, 2004

02:00 GMT

Ahmed bin Abdul-Nabi Macki, Oman's Minister of National Economy and Deputy Chairman of the Financial Affairs and Energy Resources Council has said the

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The National Democratic Rally (RND) won 17 out of 46 seats at the senatorial elections meant to renew half of the Nation Council's members, the Interi