May 27, 2004
Prominent Egyptian singer Mohammad Muneer has announced that he will never stop singing because he is not singing for a specific individual or power
Egyptian actress Athar Al Hakim was shocked to learn that her son Ali was hospitalized and underwent surgery without her knowing
Egyptian singer Ruby is facing a new lawsuit against her, this time by music distributor Ahmad Al Jabali demanding 5 million Egyptian pounds in compensation for illegally breaking her contract with hi
European Union member countries decided on Wednesday to urge Syria to boost efforts against the proliferation of WMD, as part of an association deal between Damascus and the 25-member bloc, diplomats
Beirut was almost a "ghost city" Thursday as labor trade unions staged a day-long strike that shuttered schools, closed businesses, disrupted airline flights and brought taxicab traffic to a standstil
Foster Wheeler Ltd. announced Wednesday that its subsidiary Foster Wheeler Energy Limited has been awarded a Program Management Services contract by Saudi Aramco and its partner, Sumitomo Chemical Co.
Middle Eastern countries are showing growing interest in planting trees to improve water quality and boost food security, FAO said earlier this week.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has airlifted additional shelter supplies and blankets to Darfur in western Sudan.
3Com, a leading supplier of networking technology, has announced the release of the region’s first resilient stacking gigabit Ethernet switch family equipped with a 10—gigabit expansion slot.
May 24, 2004
Israel's Mossad intelligence agency has been offering through its new Internet site employment opportunities, including openings for a bus driver and
Israeli troops killed early Monday a youth and wounded another as they opened fire at houses in Balata Refugee Camp of Nablus City, Palestinian medica
Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama has sent an official letter to the Sudanese President, Omar Al Bashir, clearing his name of all false allegations against him regarding the rumor that he had insulted Suda
Egyptian singer Hakim announced that he is busy these days trying to cut deals with a number of international female singers, particularly American pop star Whitney Houston for his upcoming duet
Lebanese singer Carol Samaha is currently in Cairo to hold work sessions with director Othman Abu Laban, who sent her a special invitation, to discuss singing two songs for his upcoming film “Ahlam Um
Saudi Arabia was Jordan's largest trade partner in terms of imports during the first quarter of 2004, with 18.7 percent of total imports. The value of Jordan's imports from Saudi Arabia amounted to JD