July 19, 2004
A 49-year-old Tel Aviv District Court judge was assassinated in a drive-by shooting Monday night in the nortern Tel Aviv suburb of Ramat Hasharon.
Deputy Speaker of the Lebanese Council of Deputies Ily Al-Farzali received in the capital of Beirut on Monday Saudi ambassador to Lebanon Dr. Abdulazi
The Sudanese government is directly responsible for crimes against humanity in its strife-torn western region of Darfur, including the widespread rape
A senior commander of Hizbullah's military wing Ghaleb Awali was assassinated in a car bomb ambush on Monday.
A suicide bomber in a fuel truck blew it up early Monday at a police station in southwest Baghdad, killing nine people and wounding about 60, Iraqi of
Lebanese living legend Sabbah has recently joined numerous artists and politicians in Lebanon and the Arab world through a new silicon-made statue that holds the number 50 in Ga’eita museum
Nancy Ajram revealed that she appreciates productive and positive criticism but when it gets personal she only becomes silent
After the previous verbal war that broke out between Egyptian folk singer Shabaan Abdul Rahim and Lebanese singer Diana Haddad when the latter accused him of being a monologist, a new one erupted but
A group of Arab Gulf and other Middle Eastern investors on Sunday declared a joint venture with Sudanese government bodies to establish Al Salam Bank in Khartoum with an estimated capital of $75 milli
July 18, 2004
A prominent economist on Saturday stated 90 percent of the Lebanese population is below the poverty line.
A decision was adopted to establish an Egyptian-Iraqi joint stock company with a capital of $ 10 million to undertake rebuilding operations in Iraq and drawing up feasibility studies for new projects.
July 15, 2004
Since the release of her latest album “Aineik Kaddabeen” (Lying Eyes), after 2 years of absence, lebanese singer Nawal Al Zoughbi is witnessing success and regaining her glory like never before
Lebanese singer Alissa has denied circulating rumors that she is living a romantic love affair with a Prince from one of the Gulf countries and that the two plan on getting married in the very near fu
Yemen's parliament approved on Wednesday a loan agreement worth of $ 30 million to extend telecom-network in various regions. The agreement has been inked between Yemen and South Korean Bank for Expor
Egypt began to experience a modest economic recovery in mid-2003 following three years where the rate of growth averaged 3 percent, the IMF indicated in a recent press release.