January 27, 2002
Libya is expected to pay almost £3 million compensation for each of the 270 victims of the Lockerbie bomb under a deal brokered by the British and Ame
The Palestinian Authority is rejecting the U.S. growing criticism towards Yasser Arafat. Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erakat hardened his tone Sa
January 23, 2002
Lockerbie defendant Abdelbaset al Megrahi on Wednesday makes a final bid for freedom as he launches an appeal against his conviction.
Nine months after opening its Dubai headquarters, modem manufacturer US Robotics announced that its regional presence enhanced its ability to curb gray market activities. Customized pricing and packag
January 22, 2002
The Shaikha Latifah bint Mohammed bin Rashid Award for Childhood Creativity has announced the activities of the Read Program, according to Khaleej Tim
January 17, 2002
The secretary general of the ruling national conference party in Sudan has praised Egyptian-Libyan conciliation efforts in his country as "the best in
A senior Libyan foreign ministry official said that Muammar Kadhafi would send a representative to the Arab summit in Beirut next March, but would not
Al Seef Street, the scenic street fronting the Dubai creek, will host an exhibition of handicrafts by artists from all over the world. This will take
Al-Watany Bank of Egypt announced the increase of its capital by 2.5 million shares rights issue at EP15.35, the bank's paid-in capital was raised from EP157.5 million to EP175 million and an addition
January 15, 2002
In an attempt to offset a recent 51 percent devaluation of the Libyan Dinar, the Libyan government slashed customs duties by 50 percent on consumer goods entering the country. Libya’s national currenc
Kuwait’s Ministry of Information conducted another raid against one of the country’s leading trading establishments, where more than 70 computers containing unlicensed copies of Microsoft Windows and
January 14, 2002
Libyan sources in Cairo indicate that Libya and the U.S. last week commenced secretly a political dialogue in London.
Secretary General of the Arab League, on Sunday affirmed that the next Arab Summit would be held as scheduled next March in Beirut.
Addressing the Egyptian parliament, Prime Minister Atef Ubeid said he was committed to adopting new measures to contain the influence of the September 11 attacks on the national economy, reported Al-H
January 13, 2002
The United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence has asked the Intelligence Community to produce annual reports on the latest intelligence on