November 25, 2003
Algerian foreign minister, Abdelaziz Belkhadem, has announced the summit of the Arab Maghreb Union (UMA) will be held end of next December. According
The Syrian Council of Ministers, in a session chaired by Premier Mohammad Naji Ottri on Monday, congratulated President Bashar al-Assad and the Arab a
November 24, 2003
Secretary of State Colin Powell is expected to pay official visits to Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia next month.
Nineteen people arrested in connection with last week's bomb attacks against British targets in Istanbul were due to appear in court on Monday, Milliy
November 20, 2003
The Algerian government set up for the year 2004 a large recruiting operation with a program of preliminary-employment agreements (CPE), a communiquי
The International Atomic Energy Agency has identified Russia, China and Pakistan as probable suppliers of some of the technology Iran used to enrich u
November 18, 2003
Lebanese singer Majida Al Roumi has given a spectacular performance at the "Le Festival Fu Monde Arabe De Montreal" (The Montreal Arab World Music Festival), which took place in Canada on November 16,
Enterprise Nationale d'industrie Petrochimique, the petrochemicals subsidiary of Algeria’s state energy company Sonatrach, has awarded Invensys a two million dollar contract to upgrade outdated facili
November 16, 2003
The increase of wages for national education workers, in the shape of a "qualification compensation," is a decision made for all workers in this secto
Moroccan ports posted a $200 Million turnover, i.e. a 2.9% rise against 2001, despite a 1% regress in traffic, said head of the ports authority (ODEP)
November 13, 2003
Travellers on Emirates' new Airbus A340-500 will have more than 500 channels of inflight entertainment. The new eight million dollar information, communication and entertainment (ice) system available
Sonatrach, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation and partners Maersk Olie Algeriet and Eni Oil Algeria have reported a further exploration success in Algeria's prolific Berkine Basin.
US-based production companies Fat Rock Entertainment and Layalina Productions have entered a five million dollar joint venture with Jordan’s Rubicon to produce a thirteen episode children’s series cre
November 7, 2003
Algerian security forces have shot dead ten alleged armed Islamists in the western provinces of Algeria, <i>KUNA</i> reported Friday.
The former president of the world’s oldest university al-Azhar, Ahmad Omar Hashem said on Friday that the national resistance against the occupation w