October 22, 2003
The US Agency for International Development has awarded an initial five million dollars to technical consulting firm Development Alternatives to carry out agricultural development in Iraq.
North Africa Enterprise Development has agreed to help Egyptian producer of organic agricultural products, SEKEM strengthen its supply chain linkages with its farm suppliers, a vast majority of which
The US State Department froze the US assets of Algeria-based Islamic resistance movement Dhamat Houmet Daawa Salafia on October 20, 2003. The move is in accordance with an executive order on terrorism
October 21, 2003
Pakistan's Prime Minister Zafarullah Jamali departed for Tehran Tuesday on a three-day official visit to Iran aimed at strengthening economic cooperat
Japan's Minister of Defence Shigeru Ishiba on Tuesday defended Tokyo's plan to dispatch troops to Iraq as being in the country's national interest.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell is expected to meet Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm al-Sheikh on Wednesda
Egyptian actress Elham Shahin and the cast of the new television drama series "Mas'alit Mabda" (A Matter of Principle) have just returned from Paris-France after shooting the final outdoor scenes
Egyptian actor Midhat Saleh and belly-dancer Fifi Abdo have finally decided to settle their differences, after over a year of disputes and lawsuits
Egyptian artists have expressed their disappointment at the fact that prominent Lebanese singer Fairouz is holding a tour around the United States of America, despite the current situation in the regi
Egyptian prominent actor Hussein Fahmi, who is also a UN Goodwill Ambassador, held a conference at the American University in Cairo to speak to students about the scourge of HIV/AIDS in Egypt and the
Sybase Middle East has signed an agreement with Nokia allowing the mobile provider to license Sybase database technology. The technology Nokia will be licensing is the Sybase SQL Anywhere Studio, Sy
October 20, 2003
Saudi Arabia's interior ministry announced Monday the capture of "terror" suspects and the seizure of caches of arms and munitions in the capital Riya
Egyptian police have prohibited a pro-democracy gathering, planned for this weekend, from taking place. According to a police source on Monday, the
The White House on Monday condemned Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's comments that Jews rule the world.
Aqili Information Systems (AIS), systems integrator and provider of turnkey enterprise wide solutions across the Middle East, has partnered with IBM to showcase their Integrated Restaurant Management