March 19, 2003
<b>Date:</b> Mar 18 - Mar 19, 2003 <b>Location:</b> Dubai Internet City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates <b>Specifics:</b> This conference will explore the impact of the Internet revolution and its
March 18, 2003
Iraq's leadership on Tuesday officially rejected the U.S. ultimatum that Saddam Hussein and his sons leave Iraq or face war.
An Egyptian court acquitted U.S.-Egyptian rights activist Saadeddin Ibrahim on Tuesday after his second retrial in a case that has strained ties betwe
A Yemeni shot dead an American and a Canadian employed at a Western oil firm in the Arab state on Tuesday and then killed himself.
Australian forces will fight in a war against Iraq if the United States launches military action, Prime Minister John Howard said on Tuesday.
With war around the corner, Syrian actress Raghda decided to produce a film that portrays the expected sufferings of the Iraqi children and the consequences of a war
Nadia Al Jundi expressed her disappointment with Fifi Abdo's acceptance of a role in the TV drama series "Al Hakika Wal Sarab" (The Truth and The Mirage), saying it was a violation of rights to their
Shireen expressed her fondness for the Israeli people and how she does not mind holding a concert in Israel on live TV
Algerian singer Fuedel was guest on a Tunisian radio show where he revealed that he is the main reason behind the success of Lebanese singer Amal Hijazi
March 17, 2003
Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Sheikh Mohamed Sayyed Tantawi voiced on Sunday his objection to the description of the looming military aggression against Iraq
Iraq on Monday lashed out at the Azores summit, saying it was a meeting of "international outlaws."
Renowned Lebanese singer Majida Al Roumi will travel to Egypt in the upcoming few days to hold a charity concert at the Cairo Opera House for the building of a new children's hospital specializing in
Syrian singer Asalah Nasri revealed that she is currently working with Lebanese singer Fadel Shaker on a private duet that deals with them specifically
Hanan Turk reconsidered her recent decision to back out of the film "Hub El Banat" (Girls Romance) alongside Egyptian actress Laila Ilwi
Saudi Wafah Bin Laden, daughter of Osama Bin Laden's brother, has decided to enter the world of pop music despite worldwide tension and hatred against her family