May 5, 2004
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak called Wednesday on U.S.-led occupation forces to respect human rights in Iraq.
Attackers killed a city council member in Iraq's southern city of Basra, a party official said Wednesday.
A drunken man managed to pass through security guards and get on the stage while Egyptian singer Mohammed Muneer was singing and started punching him while knocking him face down to the ground
Egyptian singer Tamer Husni is experiencing a state of severe depression because his first solo album “Hub” (Love) is not witnessing the expected success he hoped it would
Yemen received more than 145,000 tourists last year. In a statement to the Al-Wahada weekly, Yemen's Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism Mohammed Qafla said that more than 145,000 tourists visited
The International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, will provide a $20 million loan to the Sokhna Port Development Company (SPDC).
The number of visitors to Dubai hit a record 1.5 million high for this year's first quarter - a 17% increase over the same period last year.
May 4, 2004
Gulf Arab states are expected to ratify in Kuwait a "counter-terrorism pact" to strengthen security coordination between the oil-rich monarchies.
The Music Production Company Rotana has finally succeeded in convincing Lebanese-Colombian singer Shakira to hold concerts in Egypt and a number of other Arab countries
May 3, 2004
One Palestinian died Monday morning of wounds he sustained last week while tens of houses were demolished in two separate attacks in Gaza Strip, offic
The Egyptian Censorship Committee has allowed the screening of “Monsieur Ibrahim et les Fluers du Koran” (Monsieur Ibrahim) for Egyptian prominent actor Omar El Sherif in Egypt on the condition that c
The Egyptian Journalists Syndicate expressed extreme anger towards Egyptian actress Yusra and actor Ahmad Izz in addition to the entire cast of the television drama series “Malak Rouhi”, for not atten
Egyptian prominent actor Ahmad Zaki is currently undergoing psychological treatment at the hands of Doctor Ahmad Okasha, after the actor fell into a state of severe depression and refused to continue
The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) approved a loan of 100 million euros to help finance the development of the factories of Iran's Khodro Company, one of the biggest automobile companies in Iran and t
May 2, 2004
Official results indicated early Monday that Israel's ruling Likud Party overwhelmingly rejected Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's plan to withdraw from t