June 30, 2004
Iraqi fighters fired at least 10 mortar rounds at a U.S. base on the outskirts of Baghdad International Airport on Wednesday, wounding 11 soldiers, tw
The Jordanian Ministry of Finance on Tuesday indicated that the kingdom owes 60% of its debts, which reached JD5.19 billion ($7.32 billion) until the end of April, to industrial countries. According
June 29, 2004
Jordan's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade, Mohammad Al Halaiqa chaired on Monday at the Jordan Investment Board, (JIB) a preparatory meeting for the delegation taking part in t
A Turkish company has agreed to stop doing business with the U.S. military in Iraq to win the freedom of two employees held hostages by activists who have threatened to behead them, a news report said
June 28, 2004
Jordan's Minister of Health Saeed Darwazah discussed on Sunday with the Kuwaiti ambassador to Jordan, Yousef Al Anzi, mechanisms of establishing the Aqaba hospital, which will be financed by the Kuwai
Iran's Defense Ministry exported liquid and solid cooking oil, and soap to Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Armenia in the first quarter of the current Iranian Year (started March, 20 ). The goods were pr
June 26, 2004
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak had "successful" back opwration in Germany on Saturday and has been moved into the recovery room, state television re
Egyptian singer Shireen Ahmad has sadly turned down an invitation to take part in the annual Carthage festival in Tunisia due to the fact that she will be over loaded with preparations for her upcomin
June 24, 2004
The wife of al Qaeda activist, Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi, was quoted Thursday as saying he could not kill women and children.
Lebanon's Premier Rafiq Al-Hariri inaugurated Thursday in Beirut the 10th Arab Conference of Investment and Financial Markets. The two-day conference was attended by Saudi Minister of Finance Dr. Ib
Businesswomen from 12 Arab states opened a regional conference in Jordan Wednesday to explore their chances for success in the business world and how to surmount challenges in the new age of technolog
Syria's Economy and Trade Minister Dr. Ghassan al-Rifai said Wednesday the talks of the Chinese-Syrian Joint Committee focused on reactivating and diversifying trade exchanges between the two sides.
June 23, 2004
The US government and the Jordanian government signed two grant agreements on Tuesday amounting to $119.05 million.
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