March 31, 2003
Kuwaiti singers Nabil Shu'ail, Nawal, Abdullah Ruwaished denied circulating rumors that they have fled Kuwait seeking safety abroad fearing the consequences of the war on Iraq
Egypt’s Export Development Bank (EDBE) a net income of 82.3 million Egyptian pounds in the first half of financial year 2003, a one percent drop compared to figures from the same period last year. T
MonU-Tech, a Saudi-based software integrator recently confirmed expansion plans from the Eastern part of the Kingdom to Riyadh and Bahrain with ACCPAC. The company established its business partnership
March 30, 2003
A suicide bombing attack took place Sunday at Cafe London in the Israeli city of Netanya. At least 20 people were wounded.
Egyptian singer Amr Diab has recently completed his autobiography which consists of his musical journey with all the hardships encountered from the beginning of his career in the early eighties up to
Egypt’s Rational International Enterprises has placed bid to acquire 100 percent, with a minimum of 75 percent, of the International Foods Company, the exclusive Hostess products distributor in the co
March 29, 2003
Invasion forces mounted one of their fiercest air assaults yet on Baghdad on Saturday.
March 27, 2003
Egyptian producer Mohammad Al Adil decided to postpone the filming of the movie "'Hub Ala Al Internet" (Love Over the Internet), starring Egyptian actress Muna Zaki and Mustafa Shabaan, after he was f
Egyptian actor Yousif Shabaan currently stands in front of the camera to shoot the scenes for his upcoming film "Nujoom Al Duhur" (Stars at Noon) alongside Egyptian actress Sumayya Al Ulfi
Sinai Cement has informed the Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchange that its board of directors has decided to reject the first offer presented by a consortium led by Egyptian Cement Company to acquire
Manufacturers of toys and related products from Switzerland, the Netherlands, Spain and Thailand will join regional exhibitors at the Middle East Toy Fair 2003 to be held at the Dubai World Trade Cent
March 26, 2003
About 1,000 U.S. Army troops were dropped by parachute into Kurdish territory in northern Iraq and took control of a key airfield on Wednesday, as Ame
Invasion troops fought a fierce battle with Iraqi forces on Wednesday for control of a bridge over the Euphrates river close to the southern Iraqi cit
The kidnapping of Hamdin Sabahee, a journalist and current member of Egypt's Parliament, in front of his home in Mohandiseen, Cairo took place Monday
Two cruise missiles struck a residential area in Baghdad on Wednesday, killing at least 14 people, Iraqi defense officials said.