June 18, 2003
Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak phoned Palestinian leaders Tuesday to brief them on Cairo's efforts to help broker a cease-fire with Israel, the offic
Gulf Air will operate three direct weekly flights to the ancient city of Mashad in Iran effective from June 18. The flights, which will operate, from Bahrain to the city using A320 aircraft, will cont
HP recorded a 36 percent increase in commercial imaging and printing products, and a 20 percent increase in total hardware sales. HP has also overachieved financial targets by a record 110 percent.
With effect from June 18, Gulf Air will operate three direct weekly flights to the ancient city of Mashad in Iran. The flights, which will operate, from Bahrain to the holy city using A320 aircraft, w
IBM Middle East will host the region’s first ‘Digital Media’ roadshow this month, opening the doors of creativity and inspiration for the region’s media industry. The roadshow is visiting the region’s
June 17, 2003
British Foreign Minister, Jack Straw on Tuesday warned other nations against interfering in Iranian politics.
Jordanians headed Tuesday to the voting centers to choose their representatives for the lower House. These are the first elections under King Abdullah
Hundreds of French police raided the offices of an Iranian opposition group in Paris region on Tuesday, arresting more than 150 people and seizing $1.
Afghani President Hamid Karzai is expected to visit Tehran on Wednesday, where he will sign a trilateral agreement with Iran and Uzbekistan on transit
International pressure mounted on Iran Monday to curtail its nuclear program, with both the EU and the chief of the United Nations nuclear watchdog ag
US Secretary of State Colin Powell may visit Israel on Friday to try and get Israelis and Palestinians to stay on track with the 'road map' peace plan
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ministry of Finance and Industry and the John F. Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University have announced the successful completion of the second module of the
The Paul Weil Company, agents of Ariston water heaters, has recently signed a deal with Dubai Civil Engineering to supply Ariston water heaters for the Meadows Phase 2 project. The company previousl
Canada’s Rally Energy announced the closing of a fully subscribed $8.5-million financing managed by Jennings Capital Inc. Net proceeds of approximately $7.9 million are to be used to finance developme
Twenty-seven countries, among them the Islamic Republic of Iran, and the European Community gathered this week to sign the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), the world's first public heal