August 29, 2004
The popular show Superstar 2 on the Lebanese satellite channel Future, has come to an end and will announce a winner for the title of Arab Superstar 2 after a five-month competition, narrowing down to
August 26, 2004
Lebanese singer/actress Nicole Saba has apologized to prominent Egyptian actress Yusra for not being able to accept the offer to star in her new film (Love Talk), due to the fact that she is occupied
With eased political tensions between Libya and the rest of the world.
August 17, 2004
A day after being released on bail, Syrian activist Aktham Naisse on Tuesday vowed he would go on with his fight for human rights even though he is ce
Technip has been awarded by Agip Oil Company Ltd. Libyan Branch (owned 50% by NOC and 50% by ENI) a contract worth EUR 50 million for the Bouri East Area Development (EAD).
August 11, 2004
The Middle East Association and Compass Rose International confirmed that Saif Al Islam Al Gadhaffi will be the patron of their event, scheduled to take place on 12th and 13th October 2004 in Tripoli.
The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) have defeated allegations relevant to claims that the Palestinian National Authority used EU assistance in illegal activities.
August 10, 2004
Libya has decided to compensate over 160 non-American victims of the 1986 blast of a West Berlin nightclub, the country's ambassador to Germany told R
A forum on industrial security opened Tuesday under the auspices of Ahmed bin Ali al Omari, President of Dhofar Municipality. According to ONA, the o
August 8, 2004
Egyptian actress Elham Shaheen revealed that she is very bold in choosing her roles and loves a good challenge, which lead her to taking risks and accepting different parts
The United States is pressuring Japan to invest in Libya's oil industry instead of a project to tap Iran's giant Azadegan oilfield that has provoked the wrath of Washington, a Bush administration offi
August 5, 2004
While large locust swarms continue to arrive in West African countries, the locust situation is returning to normal in Algeria, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia, FAO said Thursday.
BenQ, the region’s leader in digital lifestyle products, has signed a distribution agreement with the exclusive Salam Studios and Stores chain of outlets in the Middle East to sell their innovative ra
August 3, 2004
Lebanon has reopened a probe into Imam Mousa al Sadr's 1978 disappearance in Libya and summonses are in the works for Moammar Gadhafi and 18 senior of
Egypt's Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif met with Minister of Planning Osman Mohamed Osman for briefing on the objectives of the economic and social development plan for fiscal year 2004-2005, which targets