January 28, 2004
Tunisia is well positioned to benefit from the recovery in global economic activity expected for 2004, which may lead to an acceleration of non-agricultural activity, according to concluding comments
Qatar Telecom (Q-Tel)’s Board of Directors is recommending to the General Assembly a dividend payment of 73 percent of the nominal value, which is equal to 7.3 Qatari riyals (two dollars) per share.
Iraq’s US-appointed governing council will investigate claims that dozens of Western and Arab political figures accepted oil bribes in exchange for supporting Saddam Hussein prior to the war.
January 27, 2004
Two Iraqis, working for the CNN were killed, and a third was lightly injured Tuesday afternoon when the cars they were traveling in came under fire.
Israeli Foreign Minister, Silvan Shalom's visit to Jordan was cancelled, it was announced Tuesday. The Israeli official announcement gave no reason fo
A huge blast west of Baghdad on Tuesday has killed at least three American troops and two Iraqi civilians, the U.S. military said.
US Secretary of State Colin Powell reiterated that it was an "open question" as to whether stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) were hidden
Iraqi fighters attacked the headquarters of Polish forces in the southern city of Karbala, triggering a gunbattle that killed one Iraqi policeman.
Hollywood superstar Sylvester Stallone is scheduled to make a special visit to Lebanon after receiving an invitation from Lebanese Hollywood producer Elie Samaha
Swiss developer of document security KBA-GIORI has opened a regional office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). KBA-GIORI is a fully-owned subsidiary of Koenig & Bauer of Germany, the world's t
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Turkish brewer Anadolu Efes' foreign currency and local currency Senior Unsecured ratings at B and BB respectively. The Outlook is Positive for the foreign currency rating a
Arotech Corporation’s Israeli subsidiary MDT Protective Industries was awarded a $1.1 million contract for armored vehicles for operations in Iraq. The Land Rover Defender SUVs are being armored for d
Swicorp, a Swiss-based investment banking firm, and Egypt’s Sigma Capital have entered into a joint-venture agreement to create Swicorp Sigma Egypt. SSE will be 75 percent owned by Swicorp and 25 perc
January 26, 2004
Syrian Prime Minister Mohammad Naji Otri and his Jordanian counterpart Faisal al-Fayez discussed Monday latest regional developments and the importanc
British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said on Monday it was "disappointing" that inspectors have not found "weapons of mass destruction" in Iraq.