August 9, 2004
Under the patronage of Jordan's King Abdullah II, Jordan Intellectual Property Association (JIPA) is holding the second annual “Jordan IP Week 2004” from August 23-25, 2004.
August 8, 2004
At least four Iraqis were killed Monday when a civilian bus was hit by an explosion west of Baghdad, witnesses said.
Jordan's foreign trade increased by 35.7 per cent during the first six months of 2004 compared to the same
Goods loaded at Algiers port have posted a fall of 94,467 tons during July 2004, going down from 169,388 tons in July 2003 to 74,921 tons in July 2004. According to Algiers Ports Enterprise (EPAL), th
August 5, 2004
Jordan and Kuwait have concluded an agreement to settle $50 million of Jordan's debts to Kuwait, Petra reported. According to the agreement, Jordan has to pay part of the debt immediately, and to resc
Work on the new two-way Taif-Baha-Abha Road started in Taif Wednesday after Crown Prince Abdullah laid the foundation stone for the SR600 million project designed to serve thousands of people in three
August 4, 2004
Four Jordanians held hostage in Iraq have been released, the brother of one of them said Wednesday.
Bahrain's Ministry of Education (MOE) is all set to embrace information technology in a big way in the public schools of Bahrain.
The Jordanian government will exempt all industrial production inputs from customs duties as of the beginning of next month, Finance Minister Mohammad Abu Hammour said.
August 3, 2004
An Irish citizen was killed in his office in eastern Riyadh, the Saudi capital, Al-Arabiya satellite television reported Tuesday.
Jordan's King Abdullah was quoted as saying on Tuesday the Palestinian Authority had made too many "surprise" concessions in peace talks with Israel a
A top security official said Iran may reconsider its commitments to the International Atomic Energy Agency if Tehran is declared to have fallen foul
Nawal Al Zoughbi discovered that the low sales of her latest album was due to piracy. Internet hackers managed to copy her latest album and distribute the fake copies
Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram has refused to accept a letter from three Israeli peace missions, who attended a private press conference she held before her concert at the Jordanian annual summer festiva
The Jordan Phosphate Mines Company (JPMC) on Monday signed a JD14 million agreement with a foreign consortium for the rehabilitation of the Shidiyeh phosphate mines in southern Jordan.