June 23, 2004
Symantec has announced its intention to offer an effective new class of protection, especially anti-spam, to Middle East users.
June 22, 2004
French Foreign Minister Michel Barnier was expected to hold talks in Amman with Jordan's King Abdullah II and Foreign Minister Marwan Moasher on the s
Bahraini Security forces arrested at least three Bahrainis in pre-dawn raids Tuesday, on suspicion of links to the Al Qaeda network, their lawyer said
Palestinian resistance factions expressed dismay and surprise over a security role for certain Arab countries in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.
Eight memoranda of understanding (MOUs) on economic, cultural, and anti-narcotic fields were signed between Iran and Jordan on Monday evening at Tehran's Sa'd Abad palace. According to IRNA, the MOUs
The North Africa Enterprise Development (NAED), a regional small and medium enterprise business development facility managed by the International Finance Corporation, convened a half-day forum Monda
Washington has prevented Israeli companies from taking part in Chinese tenders for providing security at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, <i>Israel Radio</i> reported Tuesday.
June 21, 2004
Jordan's Prime Minister Faisal al-Fayez arrived in Tehran Monday for an official visit to discuss ways to boost Tehran-Amman ties. According to IRNA,
Former US president Bill Clinton held Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat responsible for the collapse of Middle East peace talks in 2000, and told him s
Prominent Egyptian actor Mahmoud Abdul Aziz has nominated Egyptian actress Ghada Abdul Riziq for the female leading role in the new drama “El Fera'on al-Masri” (the Egyptian Pharaoh)
Jordan's Executive Privatization Commission (EPC) and the European Commission in Amman officially signed on Sunday a 4.5 million euro agreement, within the framework of a four-year Support to Regulato
June 20, 2004
Jordan's Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) approved the granting of UMNIAH the third GSM license to operate a new mobile telecommunications network in the kingdom.
Approval for registration has been given to 22 out of 44 companies that applied for investment in Kuwait's Failaka Island development project, after having met the requirements and international s
June 17, 2004
Sun Microsystems Middle East & North Africa announced Wednesday it hosted a Java Enterprise System Seminar for leading decision makers from Jordan’s higher education community.
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