January 23, 2002
Omani Sultan Qaboos Bin Said left for the UAE on Tuesday for a 3-day private visit. The Sultan is due to hold talks with UAE President Zayed bin Sulta
A new 120-square meter spa was recently opened at the Abu Dhabi Ladies Club, marking the first venture of the Cleopatra's spa brand outside Dubai. Managed by Spa Resources Middle East, the facility fo
January 22, 2002
A Syrian source refuted what was previously published by various media reports that secret messages had reached the Israeli government indicating that
Syrian TV star Karis Bashar appeared during last Ramadan in only two small roles in the silent series Lashu al Haki and Sehr al Sharq. She has been busy with her first movie.
Riyad Bank (RB) posted a net profit of 1.4 million Saudi Riyals ($374,000) in 2001, an increase of 12 percent compared to the previous year, improving the return on assets to two percent, up from the
Australia's BHP Petroleum announced its bid to develop gas fields in Syria’s eastern region of Palmyra. The company stated that it would contribute $400 million in investments to the project. BHP will
MTV India was recently made available free of charge to Middle East viewers whose satellite dish is directed to the NileSat satellite, located at seven degrees West. MTV India now provides a digital q
The Syrian Telecommunication Establishment declared that it is targeting 22.7 billion Syrian Pounds ($470 million) in revenues for 2002, reported Al-Hayat . SP 20 billion of 2002’s revenues are expec
The Saudi Savola Group announced that its net income increased by 11.3 percent, reaching SR 151 ($40.8 million) in 2001 compared with SR 137.6 million in 2000, reported Al-Hayat . The Chairman of the
January 21, 2002
The Tel Aviv District Court sentenced Monday Mark Idan for two years in jail. Idan, an Australian citizen residing in Israel was charged with having c
Kuwait’s state minister for foreign affairs Sheikh Mohammad Sabah al-Salem al-Sabah will visit Syria and Lebanon beginning next Tuesday.
Oman and Saudi Arabia on Sunday signed an agreement for media cooperation between the two Gulf states. The Omani news agency quoted the information
US Secretary of State Colin Powell referred to the latest Syrian comments at the U.N. as “hysterical”. Powell also announced that the special envoy to
The Syrian series Qaws Quzah (Rainbow) may be described as the series that consolidates the social and family traditions with all the topics, dreams and problems involved.
The launch of LINKdotNET in Jordan marks a significant move by its mother company, the Egypt-based Orascom Telecom, to extend its operations in Jordan from mobile services—through Fastlink, in which O