March 27, 2004
A team led by Israel's State Prosecutor has decided to recommend indicting Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on corruption charges, Israel's Channel Two TV
A meeting between Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and President George W. Bush has been set for next month as part of an intense period of person
Israeli troops Saturday killed a 7-year-old child in the Balata refugee camp of Nablus, medics and Palestinian Security Sources said.
March 25, 2004
Three Britons on Thursday were jailed for five years in Egypt after being convicted of attempting to revive a banned Islamic group.
Swedish-Swiss power group ABB has signed a contract worth $30 million with the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority for a substation and heavy-duty gas-insulated switchgear to deliver electrical powe
March 24, 2004
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher accused Israel Wednesday of sabotaging peace efforts in the Israeli-Arab conflict and said it acts as a "terrori
Jordan will switch to summer time as of midnight Thursday, March 25. According to Petra, clocks will be moved forward by 60 minutes to run at three ho
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak and Senegalese President Abdallah Wade held a closing session of talks at the presidenial HQ in Heliopolis on Tuesday.
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara on Wednesday received the Minister of Culture at the Palestinian Authority Yahya Yakhlof who handed him a let
An earthquake measuring 4.6 degrees on the Richter scale rocked the Iranian city of Shahroud, in the northeastern province of Semnan Wednesday morning
Former South African President Nelson Mandela left the Saudi capital of Riyadh Wednesday, according to SPA news agency. At the King Khaled Internati
The Egyptian Company for Chemical Industries (Kima) reported a net profit of 9.8 million Egyptian pounds ($1.5 million) for the second half of 2003 compared to a net loss of EP1.1 million during the s
Egypt's Torah Cement has reported a net profit of 38.3 million Egyptian Pounds ($6.1 million) for the first nine months of 2003 compared to four million pounds during the same period earned during the
Egypt has started recovering from the recession, said Egyptian Minister of Planning, Osman Mohamed Osman at a recent press conference. He said the Arab state recorded a real Gross Domestic Product (GD
As part of a global learning process that aims to step up efforts in reducing poverty by assessing best practices and sharing valuable knowledge among developing countries, officials from the World Ba