July 18, 2004
Two car bombs targeting police detonated in the city of Tikrit on Sunday morning, killing two police officers and wounding five others, Iraqi authorit
Hundreds of armed Fatah fighters traded fire Sunday evening in Rafah with Palestinian military intelligence troops loyal to Palestinian president Yass
Dr. Yasser Abdel Qader, head of medical team supervising prominent Egyptian actor Ahmad Zaki's health, denied circulating rumors that the actor has experienced a sudden deterioration to his condition
A decision was adopted to establish an Egyptian-Iraqi joint stock company with a capital of $ 10 million to undertake rebuilding operations in Iraq and drawing up feasibility studies for new projects.
Iran's deputy economic minister for economic affairs has said that the Islamic Republisc's annual economic growth amounted to six present in the past three years.
The US House of Representatives has overwhelmingly rejected a measure aimed at punishing Egypt for airing an allegedly anti-Jewish television program and restricting its anti-terrorist cooperation wit
July 16, 2004
A group of Philippine soldiers started pulling out from Iraq Friday. By this, Manila hopes to gain a release of a Filipino worker held hostage by Iraq
July 15, 2004
Egyptian director Sharif Sabri and business manager of Egyptian controversial singer Ruby finally gave his approval to Mazzika music satellite channel to host Ruby in her first public interview
Prominent Egyptian actress Nadia Al-Jundi intends on going back to the cinema through starring in the new film “Khiayana Mashrou’a” (Legal Treason)
Lebanese singer Alissa has denied circulating rumors that she is living a romantic love affair with a Prince from one of the Gulf countries and that the two plan on getting married in the very near fu
Qatar and ExxonMobil Qatar GTL Limited, announced Wednesday that the parties have entered into a Heads of Agreement for an approximately $7 billion, Gas-to-Liquid project.
Egypt began to experience a modest economic recovery in mid-2003 following three years where the rate of growth averaged 3 percent, the IMF indicated in a recent press release.
Foreign workers, who comprise one-third of Saudi Arabia’s population, face torture, forced confessions and unfair trials when they are accused of crimes, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Thursday.
Workers at Israel's ports have called strikes in response to Wednesday's passage of legislation for structural changes that will lead to their privatization.
July 14, 2004
The Bahraini Ministry of Interior received information from the National Security Body on plans made by the suspects, Bassam Abdularazzaq Abdulla Bukh