February 25, 2004
Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Governor of Riyadh region, received on Wednesday Sudanese Foreign Minister Dr. Mustafa Othman Ismael and an accompany
Amman-based New Generation Telecommunications Company will build a nationwide radio dispatch and cellular telecommunications network with financing from the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
February 24, 2004
Jordan's King Abdullah arrived in Malaysia on Tuesday to take part in the works of the first Arab-Asian economic summit, Petra news agency reported.
The Muscat health month activities continue under the motto “First Aid for All”. The month will conclude on March 9th, ONA reported. Several awareness
Jordan is scheduled to make its case against the barrier during Tuesday's session at the Hague, the second day of hearings before the United Nations'
A strong earthquake rocked northern Morocco early Tuesday, killing at least 230 people and injuring dozens of others, near the port city of Al Hoceima
The European Commission has released under the MEDA program €28 million of risk capital for its Mediterranean neighbors Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, and the West Bank and
The Saudi Communications and Information Technology Commission has set March 21, 2004 as the final day to apply for the Kingdom’s second mobile license. The tender is for a 25-year private license to
February 23, 2004
A Jordanian government employee has been charged with spying for Israel, after he allegedly confessed to providing Tel Aviv with information about the
Winds of more than 90 kilometers an hour in Syria Sunday left five dead and more than 100 wounded, the Tishrin newspaper reported Monday. The winds
The Jordanian Government has announced that it is planning to present a political initiative at the Arab summit, due to be held in Tunisia next month
Israeli police forces were on high alert Monday, for fear of Palestinian attacks timed to coincide with the opening of an International Court of Justi
February 22, 2004
Jordanian King Abdullah II on Monday starts his Asian and European tour that will take him to Malaysia, the Sultanate of Brunei and Ireland. A
The French Development Agency (AFD) signed a €20 million convention with Morocco’s drinking water utility ONEP to finance a supply and sewage program for 20 small localities in Khemisset and Tiflet. S
The Jordan Telecom Group reported a 15 percent increase in consolidated net income for 2003 reaching 34.6 million Jordanian dinars ($48 million) compared to JD 30.1 million for 2002.