November 24, 2003
Nineteen people arrested in connection with last week's bomb attacks against British targets in Istanbul were due to appear in court on Monday, Milliy
As Muslims marked the end of the last day-time fast of Ramadan, a leader from the Sunni Muslim community in Iraq called Monday for a week-long ceasefi
Moroccan Railways has awarded Italy’s Ansaldobreda, a subsidiary of the Finmeccanica Company, an order for the supply of 18 double deck Electrical Multiple Unit trains, with an option for six more.
November 21, 2003
Spanish foreign minister, Ana Palacio, arrived Thursday in Morocco where she will hold talks with several officials. Palacio told MAP upon arrival to
The UN nuclear watchdog approved an additional protocol allowing wider inspections in Iran, clearing the way for Tehran to sign on to the new regime,
November 20, 2003
Prince Moulay Rachid of Morocco is currently in Mecca to perform minor pilgrimage (Umrah). Saudi crown prince, Abdellah Ben Abdelaziz, hosted Tuesday
The Algerian government set up for the year 2004 a large recruiting operation with a program of preliminary-employment agreements (CPE), a communiquי
November 18, 2003
The chairman of the Israeli Parliament's (Knesset) Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on Tuesday rejected Egypt's mediation in the search for an Is
The US Agency for International Development is launching a five-year, $30 million program to help Morocco benefit from its upcoming Free Trade Agreement with the United States. The US and Morocco expe
November 16, 2003
Moroccan ports posted a $200 Million turnover, i.e. a 2.9% rise against 2001, despite a 1% regress in traffic, said head of the ports authority (ODEP)
A group from Jordan's special police force will depart for Liberia on Monday to work within international peace keeping forces under the UN umbrella.
November 13, 2003
Former British ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Anthony Harris has returned to the Emirates in a new role as director of international relations with Dubai-based Links Corporate Solutions.
November 11, 2003
Morocco's King Mohammed VI gave on Monday instructions at a meeting on migration and human trafficking fighting for the inception of two institutions:
Jordan's King Abdullah II, left Amman on Tuesday heading for Kuwait on a brief visit during which he will hold talks with the Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Ja
Israel’s construction of a security fence in the West Bank will severely impact the lives of 680,000 Palestinians, cutting them off from jobs and services, said the United Nations is a recently publis