April 25, 2003
Former Iraqi spy chief Farouk Hijazi was detained by U.S. forces near Iraq's border with Syria on Thursday, said a U.S. official on Friday.
April 24, 2003
Egyptian actress Muna Zaki has denied the endless rumors that came out of a divorce from her husband actor Ahmad Hilmi
Impersonator Bassim Faghali has temporarily stopped all performance to serve a mandatory one year in the military
Egyptian actress Wafa Makki is scheduled for a court hearing next week for her final attempt at an appeal to lessen her previous court sentence of a ten-year prison term she is currently serving
A grand hotels in Cairo has finally advertised that Dina will be holding her first belly-dancing performance along with Egyptian singer Ehab Tawfiq
Cairo-based Sigma Capital has announced that its vice chairman, Ahmad Marwan, has been elected as a member of the board of directors of the Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchange (CASE).
The Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (ECMS), operating under the name MobiNil, reported 2.441 million active subscribers on March 31, 2003, compared to 1.954 million to the same time in 2002, repr
Washington-based agribusinessman Dan Amstutz was named to head the US Department of Agriculture's reconstruction efforts in Iraq. He will serve as senior ministry advisor for agriculture in the rebuil
April 23, 2003
Gen. Zuhayr al Naqib, who headed military intelligence in President Saddam Hussein's Iraqi government, surrendered to U.S. forces in Baghdad on Wednes
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak urged the United States and Britain to withdraw their forces from Iraq as soon as possible and start building a legit
British Defense Secretary Geoff Hoon said on Wednesday he believed Saddam Hussein was probably still hiding in Iraq.
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi will visit Egypt, Saudi Arabia and other countries in June to discuss reconstruction of Iraq and the Middle
Secretary General of Lebanese Hizbullah Hassan Nasrallah said on Tuesday that the arrival of hundreds of thousands of Shiite pilgrims to Karbala this
Washington welcomed on Wednesday an agreement on a Palestinian Cabinet and said it looked forward working with Israel and the Palestinian prime minist
President Bush said on Tuesday he has no current plans for another war and played down Shi'ite demands for an Islamic state in Iraq, according to exce