June 22, 2004
Washington has prevented Israeli companies from taking part in Chinese tenders for providing security at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, <i>Israel Radio</i> reported Tuesday.
June 21, 2004
Doctors treating Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Monday delayed plans for an operation, Egyptian media reported. The operation, to repair a slip
Two fighter pilots of an Iranian F-14 Tomcat were killed Monday morning after it crashed near the central city of Isfahan while landing. The plane,
A former Saudi police officer has taken over as leader of Al-Qaeda in Saudi Arabia after the former chief was shot dead on Friday by Saudi securty for
Prominent Egyptian actor Mahmoud Abdul Aziz has nominated Egyptian actress Ghada Abdul Riziq for the female leading role in the new drama “El Fera'on al-Masri” (the Egyptian Pharaoh)
Young Egyptian actress Mirna Al Muhandis is trying to take advantage of her free time these days by shopping for a new wardrobe for her upcoming role in the television drama series “Awrak min Daftar M
Current estimates project that by 2015 available water supplies will increasingly fall below demand in Syria.
Egypt's Minister of Foreign Trade Youssef Boutros Ghali said his country is keen on boosting trade ties with the Latin American states as a free trade agreement with MERCOSUR will be signed. MERCOSU
Energy will be supplied in "best possible conditions" this summer, as no power cuts are planned, Sonelgaz Chief Executive Officer, Nourredine Bouterfa, stated Sunday in Algiers. In a press conferenc
June 20, 2004
A bus carrying North African passengers collided head-on with a truck Sunday while heading from Cairo to southern Egypt, killing the bus driver and ni
A "terror" leader who allied himself with Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden has been killed in a military sweep, Algerian newspapers said Sunday.
Iraqi kidnappers on Saturday released the last of five Lebanese hostages taken captive in that country, a Foreign Ministry official said.
Egyptian belly dancer Fifi Abdo has taken on the responsibility of transforming the life story of one of Egypt’s legendary belly dancing idols Tahiya Carioca into a film, which she will produce and st
Egypt and Sudan have agreed to set up an Egyptian-Sudanese company to develop the Nile River navigation course, said Egypt's Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Dr. Mahmoud Abu Zeid. He noted
Oil flowing was resumed in southern Iraq Sunday after repairs were completed on a pipeline attacked by Iraqis, an oil company official said.