July 12, 2004
Director Sherif Sabri revealed that Egyptian singer Ruby’s first public appearance might be on Rotana satellite music channel, on one of famous announcer Hala Sarhan's shows
Director Adel A'sar nominated Egyptian actress Muna Shalabi for the leading role in his upcoming movie “Malikat Jamal” (Beauty Queen) after a fierce competition between numerous actresses to take the
July 11, 2004
Four U.S. Marines were killed in an area of western Iraq, the U.S. command said Sunday. Elsewhere, a coordinated roadside bomb attack on a U.S. convoy
A blast took place at around 7 A.M. (local time) Sunday close to a bus station in Tel Aviv. The blast was caused by a small device, police said.
Prominent Egyptian actress Yusra denied undergoing plastic surgery stressing that there are certain things that cannot be concealed
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) on Sunday reported a record net profit for the 1st half of 2004 of Dh503 million, 28% above the 1st half of 2003.
The resignation of the Egyptian government led by Atef Ubeid was lauded by newspapers Saturday as "the first steps of change," reflecting the wide criticism for failing to bring about needed economic,
July 10, 2004
Egypt's ambassador to the United Nations, Ahmed Aboul Ghaith, has been appointed foreign minister in a new cabinet, replacing outgoing foreign ministe
The leader of Lebanon's Hizbullah said an international court ruling would do nothing to remove Israel's wall through the West Bank, and he predicted
Egyptian folk singer Shabaan Abdul Rahim has recently prepared a new song, which is a special dedication to Egypt's President, Husni Mubarak, under the title of "Binhibak Ya Raees" (We Love You Presid
Egyptian director Sharif Sabri has announced that he will permit rising Egyptian singer Ruby to appear in different interviews for the media in the upcoming few days
July 9, 2004
The Egyptian cabinet will be reshuffled next week with Prime Minister Atef Obeid assuming a new post affiliated directly to President Hosni Mubarak, t
Two Palestinians were killed by Israeli troops in the West Bank before dawn Friday, press reports said.
July 7, 2004
A week and a half following an operation for a slipped disc, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is to fly back to Cairo soon, the hospital where he has
Israel's Public Security Minister Tzachi Hanegbi warned Tuesday that he suspects that someone from the extreme right has already decided to commit a p