May 18, 2004
Lebanese security forces and Hizbullah have arrested an Israeli trained cell of agents that attempted to strike Hizbullah and Palestinian leaders in L
Energy projects worth KD6.5 billion are underway and they could boost oil output to 4 million barrels a day, said Monday Kuwait's Minister of Energy, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah.
The resignation of 70 percent of employees at Lebanon's mobile operators Cellis and LibanCell has raised serious questions just two weeks ahead of the transfer of these cellular networks to new firms.
Head of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines (ICCIM) said earlier this week that so far, the government has not been successful in its plan to cede the shares of state-owned enterprises to p
May 17, 2004
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced Monday that it will establish its Middle East Regional Technical Assistance Center (METAC) in Beirut, Lebanon, to provide technical assistance and train
EFJ, Inc. Monday announced that its Transcrypt International subsidiary has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Setkom Communications. This agreement authorizes exclusive representation of
May 16, 2004
An Israeli human rights group on Sunday said that over the weekend, 116 Palestinian houses were demolished and more than 1,160 Palestinians were made
Gunmen fired on a minibus in Baghdad on Sunday, killing two Iraqi women who were working for the U.S.-led occupation. In southern Iraq, armed assailan
Prominent Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama has shockingly announced that he will not take part in the first Arabic Oscar Music Awards in Dubai at the last minute
Lebanese singer Alissa’s latest album “Ahla Dunia” (The Perfect World) has already in the few days of its release reached top of the music charts
Lebanese singer Nelly Maqdasi has openly admitted to have starred in American pornographic films in the past, and that she is not ashamed of the matter
While the recent spike in oil prices is the result of both economic fundamentals and market psychology, the latter factor explains much, if not most, of the rise, according to oil ministers and indust
The world’s leading international information and communication technology (ICT) specialists will converge to Greece next week for the 14th edition of the biennial World Congress on Information Techno
Zamil Steel Industries has been awarded the contract to supply structural steel works for the Shoaiba Power Plant Project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
May 15, 2004
An official source at the Ministry of Interior said Saturday in a statement to the <i>Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA)</i> that the relevant authorities