June 17, 2004
Saudi Arabia is emerging as a prime market for medical equipment and healthcare companies around the world, with recent research suggesting that the Kingdom accounts for almost 60 percent of total sal
June 16, 2004
Jordan's military court convicted 15 men - all but one of whom remain at-large - on Wednesday for a plan targeting unspecified American and Israeli in
Iran's revenue from pistachio exports to various destinations, including European Union states, went up by 49.5 percent in the first two months of the current Iranian year (started March 20) compared
Obligatory reserves maintained by licensed banks on Tuesday with Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) reached JD 446.1 million whereas the excess reserves including O/D reached 234.1 million, according to CBJ
Siemens mobile phones, a leading global and local mobile phone player, stopped traffic over Dubai’s Maktoum and Garhoud bridge recently with the launch of its new clamshell handset, the stylish CF62.
June 15, 2004
Oman's Deputy Prime Minister Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Said said in Muscat on Monday that officials of his country want to expand relations with Iran despi
Midas Furniture is marking the company’s 2nd year in business with an expansion of its showroom, located on Wasfi Al-Tal Street, Khilda, Amman.
June 14, 2004
Police raided an Amman restaurant early Monday and arrested suspected Islamists, witnesses and officials said. Government spokeswoman Asma Khader con
Two Palestinians, including a senior local activist, were killed Monday night in an explosion in a car in the West Bank city of Nablus, according to P
June 13, 2004
Saudi Minister of Hajj Iyad bin Ameen Madani met in the Red Sea port city of Jeddah on Saturday with Jordanian Minister of Endowments and Islamic Affa
Iran`s First Vice-President Mohammad Reza Aref is to lead a senior delegation to Oman on Monday. According to the press department of the Presidenti
The Private Enterprise Partnership for the Middle-East (PEP-ME), a technical assistance program created, funded, and managed by the International Finance Corporation, ended a three-day training work
Japan will provide US$791,000 to a UNDP initiative to help 2,200 former prisoners reintegrate into society in Lebanon. Israel held the Lebanese during its 22-year-long occupation of the southern part
June 10, 2004
A Royal decree was issued bestowing upon Jordan's Queen Rania Al Abdullah the rank of honorary Colonel in the Jordan Armed Forces as of Wednesday.
Wife of Mohammed, the eldest son of Dr. Abdul Aziz Ranteesi, the Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip, who was assassinated by Israel, has given birth to a