December 16, 2003
First Calgary Petroleums (FCP) has reported that drilling operations have commenced on the MLE-5 appraisal well on the company’s Ledjmet Block 405b in Algeria. The MLE-5 well, a 4,550 meter test, is
The Eldorado Gold Corporation has reported that the Ministry of Health in Turkey has issued the establishment permit for the Kisladag gold project. The company's 100 percent owned Kisladag project con
December 15, 2003
Kuwait's Crown Prince Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah Al-Sabah told Kuwaitis Monday that "heavenly justice was finally done" as Saddam Hussein was capture
The European Investment Bank has awarded the the Banque Algérienne de Développement a €230 million loan for the reconstruction of public infrastructure and social housing that was destroyed by the ear
December 14, 2003
Leader of the Algerian outlawed party, Islamic Salvation Front, Abbasi Madani, said the Sahara issue is an "artificial" one part of a "colonial plan"
Israeli troops assassinated an Islamic Jihad activist Sunday just outside a village near the West Bank city of Ramallah, the army said.
December 11, 2003
The US administration has authorized the formation of an Iraqi intelligence service to spy on groups and individuals inside Iraq that are targeting US
Algerian singer Warda has announced plans to return to the music world, after regaining her health and taking time off relaxing in Algeria, denying rumors that she had left Egypt to live in Algeria on
December 7, 2003
Jordan's King Abdullah is quietly trying to broker a deal that would lead Tehran to surrender some 70 al Qaeda operatives, including the son of Osama
Kuwait’s Wataniya Telecom has won the Algeria license to build and operate the third GSM network in the country. Wataniya made the highest offer with a bid of $421 million. The two other bidders were
December 4, 2003
U.S Secretary of State Colin Powell was received Wednesday by Algerian President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Colin Powell, who arrived Wednesday afternoon
A draft agreement, regarding the integration of the Maghreb (North Africa) electrical power network to the European one, has been signed Tuesday in Rome, after the proceedings of the 4th Euro-Mediterr
The new Rolls-Royce Phantom will make its public debut in Dubai at the seventh Middle East International Motor Show on 11 December 2003.
December 3, 2003
US Secretary of State Colin Powell continued on Wednesday a tour of North Africa to muster support for Washington's "war on terrorism" with stops in M
The Brazilian President, Luis Inacio Lula da Silva and his wife arrived in Damascus Wednesday for a two-day official visit to Syria. The tour is aimed