September 5, 2004
Iraqi activists threatened to behead a Turkish truck driver if his company and the Kuwaiti contractor it works for don't stop their operations in Iraq
Egyptian actor Ahmad Al Sakka has announced his entrance into the world of television commercials by signing with one of the international food production companies
Egyptian director Sharif Sabri, who discovered Egyptian singing sensation Ruby, is currently looking for new young female Egyptian television broadcasters who enjoy certain characteristics for the new
The outlook for Qatar’s construction sector remains strong at least for the next two to three years, according to Kuwait-based Global Investment House (GIH).
The Islamic Republic of Iran will start extracting uranium from deep under its central desert in less than two years, an official told <i>The AP</i> on Saturday during an unprecedented tour of the cou
September 4, 2004
Arab leaders Friday night strongly condemned the seizure of the Russian school by Arab and Chechen fighters, who were described as "criminals, not Mus
Dr. Foad Thabet, liver disease expert, has revealed that Egyptian actor Farouq Al Fishawi’s health condition is stable and is improving gradually and he will be able to return home very soon
A Cairo court has released a verdict ordering Egyptian singer Shireen Ahmad to pay a fine of one million Egyptian pounds to retired singer and producer Hamdi Ahmad
September 3, 2004
Lebanon's Parliament on Friday amended the state's constitution in order to extend President Emile Lahoud's term in office by three years.
September 2, 2004
Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs' spokesman Hamid-Reza Assefi said on Wednesday, "The International Atomic Energy Agency's latest report clearly ref
A U.S. airstrike late Wednesday in Fallujah killed 20 people, including three children, and injured six, hospital officials and witnesses said.
Egyptian pop-singer Amr Diab was scheduled to hold a big concert in Hasenda tourist village on Egypt's north coast, but was cancelled at the last minute after he demanded a wage of 170 thousand EGP
Shireen Ahmad revealed that she has signed a contract to hold four concerts in Australia during the beginning of December, marking the first time throughout her career
Egyptian writer/critic Dasouqi Said has published and released a new book entitled “Nour El Sherif a Journey in the Road of Art, Thought and Politics”
September 1, 2004
Following Tuesday's twin bombing attack in Beer Sheba, Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz decided in a Tuesday nigh