June 17, 2004
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak called off a scheduled meeting with Palestinian prime minister Ahmed Qurei, according to Palestinian sources.
The chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency on Thursday admitted wrongly accusing Iran of withholding information from a probe of its nuclear
June 16, 2004
Egyptian actress Hana Shiha has announced that she has pulled out of the upcoming television drama series "Al Ra'ees" (The President), due to the fact that she had been mistreated by the director and
Tunisian singer Latifa has lit the flame for the Athena's Olympics in Cairo representing her country Tunisia and all the Northern Arab African Countries
Lebanese singer Najwa Karam has announced that she has finally decided on a release date for her upcoming album "Leah Imghair" (Why are you Changed) to be on June 24, 2004
Egypt's Minister of Petroleum Sameh Fahmi on Monday stressed the importance of self-sufficiency in the oil industry.
The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) has extended Morocco’s electricity office “ONE” two loans worth US$ 50 million to support the kingdom's electricity sector. According to MAP, the loan agreements w
June 15, 2004
Yusuf al Faisal, a member of the Central Command of Syria's Progressive National Front, the ruling political coalition in Syria was quoted as saying T
Director of Egyptian singer Ruby’s upcoming film (Sabi’ Warak Qusheeh), Sharif Sabri, has decided to postpone the release of the film, which is scheduled for screening on the 23rd of this month, to su
Prominent Egyptian director Mustafa Al Akkad has nominated Egyptian actress Muna Zaki for the leading role in his upcoming film “Al Khawana” (The Deceivers)
The Ports Services Corporation started receiving the first batch of the new machinery purchased under an agreement signed between the corporation and the General Electronics and Trade Company and the
The International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, announced a $45 million investment in Egypt's growing natural gas sector.
Leaders from Dubai’s tourism and hospitality sector have launched a joint initiative to promote the need for clean water, by supporting the regional launch of a branded water that donates a percentage
June 14, 2004
The head of the U.N. atomic watchdog agency urged Tehran Monday to have "full cooperation" with his agency's probe of suspicious nuclear activities.
Egyptian actor Ahmad Zaki, who is being treated for lung cancer, has taken off to Alexandria-Egypt for a short break escaping the tense atmosphere he was living in