Egypt

April 8, 2004

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The European Commission has given its approval for €140.79 million of development spending for Morocco, Egypt and Jordan. Operations will be carried out under the Meda Program's 2003 National Financin

April 7, 2004

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Ahmad Zaki, who is being treated for lung cancer, is still trying to fulfill his ambition of portraying the lives of Egyptian prominent figures in films, like the famous late Egyptian singer Abdul Hal

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Director Saeed al-Marooq revealed that the omission of many scenes from Najwa Karama’s latest music video were scenes that actually shed light on Lebanese citizens' daily life and in turn lost the tru

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Saudi Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal, chairman of Kingdom Holding Company, received Istvan Tolli, the new ambassador of Hungary to Saudi Arabia.    The two discussed bilateral relations between Saudi Ara

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UK-based Regal Petroleum has signed a heads of agreement to acquire LK Exploration’s interest in certain petroleum exploration and production rights in the East Ras Budran Area, Gulf of Suez, Egypt.

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Saudi companies Al-Misehal Real Estate and Mr. Adil Alaeiry Establishment have won a marketing agreement for the Dream Island Project located in Bahrain.   Strategic Internet Investments Incorporated

April 6, 2004

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Jordan's military court on Tuesday convicted eight men and sentenced them to death for the 2002 killing of a U.S. aid official in an attack linked to

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Tunisia will host the Arab summit in May, following a preparatory meeting of foreign ministers in Cairo, a top Arab diplomat said, in a seeming compr

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A French television channel held well-known Egyptian actor Omar Sherif as guest alongside with the Italian actress Monica Bellutchi, star of the movie passion of the Christ, on one of its programs to

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An Egyptian court has sentenced Egyptian singer Tamer Husni to a three-year jail term for attempting to escape from paying overdue taxes on his singing activities that have accumulated to 271 thousand

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Lebanese singer Suzan Tamim was requested to come to a Cairo police station to give her statements in the case against her father, Abdul sattar Khalil Tamim, after being caught trying to smuggle three

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Kuwait's Burgan Bank reported a 59 percent net profit growth for fiscal year 2003 with earnings reaching 20.3 million Kuwaiti dinars ($68 million). The bank made total profits of KD 35.6 million in 20

April 5, 2004

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Saudi security police chased and killed a wanted suspect and injured another in a shootout in a Riyadh district Monday, an official source was quoted

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Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher was hospitalized Sunday night for heart trouble, a doctor confirmed Monday.

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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