March 28, 2004
The new leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip on Sunday called President Bush the enemy of Islam and said that "God declared war" against Bush, the United
Following the unprecedented postponement of the Arab summit in Tunisia, Egyptian president Mubarak's office said in a statement Sunday it would host t
After a series of disputes between Algerian singer Fula and the Music Production Company Rotana, both sides have finally made amends and solved their differences
Egyptian dancer Dina has announced that she has accepted an offer to star in a new film, in which she will play the role of a young female lawyer, who strives to be successful and make a name for hers
Lebanese singer Najwa Karam has just renewed her contract with Rotana for an extra five years right before heading off to the United States of America,
Egyptian belly dancer/singer Lucy has been classified by the Egyptian Censorship Committee among the group of singers who are considered to be seductive and follow an inappropriate style in their musi
BP Egypt has been awarded exploration rights in the East Warda Block located in the offshore Gulf of Suez and Blocks 12 and 13 in the Northern Red Sea. BP is committed to spend $50 million on explorat
March 27, 2004
A team led by Israel's State Prosecutor has decided to recommend indicting Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on corruption charges, Israel's Channel Two TV
A meeting between Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and President George W. Bush has been set for next month as part of an intense period of person
Israeli troops Saturday killed a 7-year-old child in the Balata refugee camp of Nablus, medics and Palestinian Security Sources said.
March 25, 2004
Three Britons on Thursday were jailed for five years in Egypt after being convicted of attempting to revive a banned Islamic group.
Swedish-Swiss power group ABB has signed a contract worth $30 million with the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority for a substation and heavy-duty gas-insulated switchgear to deliver electrical powe
March 24, 2004
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher accused Israel Wednesday of sabotaging peace efforts in the Israeli-Arab conflict and said it acts as a "terrori
Jordan will switch to summer time as of midnight Thursday, March 25. According to Petra, clocks will be moved forward by 60 minutes to run at three ho
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak and Senegalese President Abdallah Wade held a closing session of talks at the presidenial HQ in Heliopolis on Tuesday.