August 17, 2004
Egypt's Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Dr. Mahmoud Abu Zeid dismissed press reports, claiming that Egypt would provide Israel with Nile wa
Lebanese singer Suzan Tamim has denied accusations that she stole 350 thousand US dollars from Adel Matouq, who claims that she is married to him, after Egypt’s Interpol arrested her
Prominent Egyptian actress Yusra has requested of director Ali Idris to postpone filming her role in the new movie “Kalam Fil Hob” (Love Talk) until she is through filming her TV drama series “Lika' A
Exports from the Egyptian free zones rose during the first three months of 2004 by 22 %, amounting to US $ 782 million compared to US$ 642 million during the same period of 2003.
The Yemeni government is planning to set up a dam of with a capacity of 45 million c.m. and with an estimated cost $76 million. The new dam will be built in Sana'a by early 2005. General manager of t
August 16, 2004
Hizbullah has re-elected Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah as leader of the Lebanese group, according to a statement published on Monday.
Two American troops were killed during fighting in Najaf, a military spokeswoman said Monday.
Hani Shaker expressed his sadness about the deteriorating situation Arab singing has reached lately, adding that any one can get a membership in the musicians association these days even singers like
Egyptian actress Hanan Turk is scheduled to take part in the upcoming film “45 Days”, but not in a leading role, rather as a guest of honor
The Egyptian government is currently giving the final touches to its program before presenting it to President Hosni Mubarak early next September.
The number of tourists in Oman's Dhofar Governorate during the period from 21st June to 9th August reached 133,000 compared to 96,000 tourists during the same period of last year. According to ONA, th
NISSAN Motor Company’s operational and financial resurgence has been recognised by a significant upward re-rating of long-term corporate credit by Standard & Poor’s, the benchmark analysis for the
August 15, 2004
Egypt’s Interpol has arrested Lebanese singer Suzan Tamim after a warrant for her arrest was filed by Lebanon’s Interpol
Egypt's Minister of Finance Youssef Boutros Ghali has recently said that the budget deficit was "not a source of concern to the government."
Efforts are under way to set up a new commercial bank in Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom’s 11th, with a capital of SR3 billion and merging eight leading money exchangers in the country.