November 7, 2001
In potentially precedent-setting votes Wednesday, the Knesset stripped Arab MK Azmi Bishara (Balad) of his parliamentary immunity, making him eligible
Saudi Arabia and Iran are emphasizing the need to expand their cooperation in the media sector.
Disinfection teams were called in Wednesday to the Lithuanian parliament after a suspicious letter was received just one room away from where Britain'
Officials disclosed from the Syrian capital Damascus that a cabinet reshuffle is getting closer to be announced, expecting the heavy storm of the chan
The Egyptian film Al Saher (Magician), directed by Radwan Al Kashef, depicts the worlds of simple people and their suffering from misery and deprivation.
The 12th Damascus International Film Festival which has changed its slogan to “Rejuvenated Cinema” was opened Saturday with a real openness to the world cinema.
The Jordanian Statistics Bureau recorded an 18.5 percent increase in Jordanian exports in the first nine months of 2001, hitting 963 million Jordanian Dinars ($1.4 billion), up from JD 812 million (on
The Saudi National Air Service (NAS), an executive charter service company, intends to invest another $1.3 billion in modernizing its fleet. Despite the September terror attacks in the US, NAS anticip
A bilateral agreement was signed Sunday by Saudi Transport Minister Muhammad Salloum and his Syrian counterpart, Makram Ubeid, on the regulating of overland Transportation between the two countries.
The recently re-branded National Bank of Ras Al-Khaimah, Rakbank, reported that its net profit for the first nine-months of 2001 dropped 7.6 percent as compared to the same period the previous year, a
The Syrian BMG firm is currently completing official procedures for the opening of Syria’s first Islamic Bank. The company extended a partnership proposals to Kuwaiti, Saudi and UAE firms, according t
November 6, 2001
The Dutch City of Amsterdam will witness a festival for the films based on the novels of the Noble Prize winning Egyptian novelist Nageeb Mahfouz.
November 5, 2001
The Israeli Knesset House Committee voted Monday to strip MK Azmi Bishara (Balad-National Democratic Alliance) of his parliamentary immunity to be tri
Heavily-armed police drafted into a small town in northern Nigeria have restored calm after Christian-Muslim clashes left 10 dead, police and official
Saudi Arabia, Syria and Jordan signed Sunday a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on a railway project linking the three countries.