July 15, 2004
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
Egypt and Pakistan have discussed ways of enriching mutual cooperation in political and economic fields and agreed upon regular consultations between
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak swore in a new Cabinet on Wednesday, the seventh in his 22 years in power, welcoming a group that includes economic-m
A massive car bomb exploded Wednesday at a checkpoint near the area housing the U.S. Embassy and offices of the interim government in Baghdad, killing
In the coming few days, prominent Egyptian actress Yusra will start filming the first scenes of her movie “Kalam fi Al-Hob” (Love Talk), which will mark her return after a three-year absence
Prominent Egyptian actor Ahmad Zaki requested writer Mahfouz Abdul Rahman to complete the script of the movie “Al Andaleeb”, which will mark the actor’s return to the cinema after months of agonizing
Egyptian latest sensation Ruby revealed that she does not listen to everything written about her, and the only thing that concerns her is her fans and their reactions towards her work
Iran's Khodro Vehicle Production Company is expected to open its largest overseas branch office in Beirut with the main goal of promoting export of its products. The official in charge of Iran Khodr
Egypt's General Authority for Investment and Free Trade Zones (GAFI) agreed recently to the establishment of a new joint stock company.
July 13, 2004
In a videotape aired by <i>Aljazeera</i>, an Iraqi group calling itself Al-Tawhid wa Al-Jihad said Tuesday it executed one of the two Bulgarian captiv
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh received on Tuesday a letter from the Italian President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi. In his letter, Ciampi invited Saleh