April 5, 2004
Lebanese singer Elaine Khalaf revealed that the only reason her tour alongside Egyptian singer Ehab Tawfiq was cancelled is due to the fact that she and her band could not get visas to enter Canada
Syrian actress Amal Arafafeh has just completed writing a new television drama series "Ishtar", which she is also the lead actress in
Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram revealed that she will be taking part in the big concert scheduled to take place in Cairo-Egypt featuring international Spanish heartthrob Enrique Iglesias
April 4, 2004
The weekly bulletin for accidents issued by Royal Oman Police Public Relations Department on Saturday said 145 road accidents occurred in the Sultanat
A car bomb exploded in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk Sunday. According to reports, the blast took place in the central part of the city.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak continued Sunday in Cairo talks with Arab leaders focused on holding the postponed Arab summit.
Egyptian resigned actress Sabrine, who was recently forbidden to leave Egypt, has announced that she did not commit any crime and the whole matter is a misunderstanding over a check
Egyptian actor Ahmad Izz has denied recent circulating rumors that he has married a princess from one of the Gulf States and that her father had given him one million US dollars and a new car
Egyptian folk singer Shabaan Abdul Rahim has revealed that he has turned down an offer to sing in the United States of America fearing assassination by the Jewish movement Mossad with the help of the
GAC Bunker Fuels has opened a new office in Cairo, to better serve vessels transiting the Suez Canal and plying cargo trade at Ain Sukhna in the Gulf of Suez. The office is a joint venture between GAC
United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based Gulf Extrusions has announced a projected 15 percent market growth for the year 2004. The growth will be based on a three-pronged strategy of building on the company'
E-DAR Real Estate and Sakan Real Estate recently signed a contract for mutual cooperation in the district of Maadi, a strategic real estate market with an annual business volume of 25 million Egyptian
Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) has started on the construction of a center for specialized clinics and labs in line with its commitment to deliver healthcare facilities for the region by 2006. The prop
The International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, has signed a $10 million loan facility to Garanti Leasing in Turkey. Turkey accounts for about five percent of IF
April 3, 2004
A Syrian military court has sentenced 14 human rights activists to jail for belonging to an outlawed organization after they participated in a lecture