May 20, 2004
Deputy managing director of Iran's Saipa Car Manufacturing Company, Abdulvahhab Shariati, said on Wednesday that an agreement for producing "Pride" car to Syria worth $45 million has been signed betwe
May 19, 2004
The Moroccan Journalists Union (Syndicat National de la Presse Marocaine - SNPM) has called for a "comprehensive review" of the current Press Code to
A special court martial Wednesday sentenced Spc. Jeremy C. Sivits to a maximum penalty of one year in prison, reduction in rank and a bad conduct disc
May 16, 2004
Morocco will dig at least 8 oil wells this year, with other prospecting to come during the coming years, said head of the national office of hydrocarbons and mining (ONHYM), Amina Benkhadra. “Five on
Air Algerie will provide 1,575,793 seats during the 2004 summer season (27 June-25 September).
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 13, 2004
Syrian President Bashar al Assad dismissed Thursday the basis of U.S. sanctions on his country and said he would not expel Palestinian groups as deman
The IMF on Thursday hailed Morocco, saying the kingdom "has maintained macroeconomic stability during the past decade."
May 11, 2004
Lebanese singer/actress Nicole Saba has left Beirut and headed to Cairo to place the final touches on her upcoming album, which will mark her return to the music world
Remittances of Moroccan expatriates rose by 5.7 percent during the first trimester of 2004, reaching DM 8.57 billion, compared to DM 8.1 billion the previous year.
May 10, 2004
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi on the first leg of his trip to north Africa arrived in Rabat, capital of Morocco on Monday morning. According
Arab foreign ministers, in a statement issued on Monday, at the end of three days of preparatory talks for the upcoming summit in Tunisia, called on U
May 9, 2004
Moroccan agriculture and rural development minister, Mohand Laenser, has recently said that the Kingdom’s sugar production meets half of the population needs.
Under the theme "Facing the Real Challenges: Partnering for Change, Peace and Development", leaders from the world of politics, business and civil society will come together in Jordan in about a week.