May 13, 2002
The UAE has attained self-sufficiency in date palm production and fish farming. The Emirates have also achieved an output capacity high enough to support 83 percent of its vegetable consumption, 80 pe
Students of London Business School recently visited Dubai in order to gain a better perspective on the business environment in the Middle East, and to investigate career opportunities in Dubai. The t
May 12, 2002
Syrian Prime Minister Mostafa Miro headed a meeting in Damascus Sunday on means of raising the standard of living for Syrian citizens and increasing j
Syrian Assistant Regional Secretary General of the Ba'ath Arab Socialist Party, Sulieman Qaddah reiterated on Saturday Syria's commitment to a just an
A diplomat and a student from Syria arrested in Germany on suspicion of spying on their own compatriots were back in court on Saturday, according to a
Jordanian Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb has raised the possibility his country could again delay highly anticipated general elections if the Middle Ea
The leaders of Egypt, Syria and Saudi Arabia said the Arabs were determined to make peace with Israel and rejected "all forms of violence."
Radisson Hotels & Resorts has teamed up with Lufthansa, Europe's second largest airline, in a marketing deal offering Mid East-based companies preferential corporate rates for stays at the chain's
Egypt’s General Silos and Storage Company posted an 82 percent rise in its net profits for the nine-month period which ended March 31, 2002, as compared to the previous year. GSSC's unaudited net prof
May 11, 2002
With the siege of Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity over, the European Union must now decide where to put the 13 deported Palestinians and what their
The Saudi foreign minister said on Friday he saw a "ray of hope" for Middle East peace, saying a new, proactive stance by Washington would help bring
U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said the United States is in conversations within the United Nations on the so-call "smart sanctions" being con
The cultural week of the Italian Women’s Film Festival organized by the Italian Cultural Center in Syria will kick off Saturday in collaboration with the Cinema General Corporation.
Lebanese director Salam al Zaatari seeks through his film Sittoon Daqiqah fi Qamis al Majanin to incite the western society for raising inquiries and searching for certain answers.
May 9, 2002
Syria's state security court opened trials for two Syrian opposition members charged with inciting armed sedition and damaging the image of the nation