July 26, 2004
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah al-Harthy, Oman's Minister of Transport and Communications signed on Sunday nine agreements worth RO. 20,6 million to implement a number of road and port projects in the S
July 25, 2004
Israeli helicopters fired two missiles at a house in the southern district of Gaza City.
Oman signed an agreement with the French N.H.I Company to provide the Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) with 20 N.H. 90 helicopters in order to replace some of current the RAFO helicopters.
July 20, 2004
An agreement worth RO 34 million covering construction of a crude oil pipeline that runs from Mina Al-Fahl to Sohar Refinery was signed at the Omani Ministry of Oil and Gas today.
After orders for import of six foreign-made automobiles were placed, the import of cars have been resumed by Iran follwing a 10-year halt, IRNA reported Monday. The commerce ministry has proposed 130
July 18, 2004
An official source at the Omani Ministry of Commerce and Industry has said measures made recently by the Ministry's consumer production department to regulate export of local cement has succeeded in c
On 14-16 July 2004, Loyola de Palacio, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of relations with the European Parliament, Transport and Energy, visited Turkey at the invitation of the Depu
July 13, 2004
Ahmed bin Abdul-Nabi Macki, Oman's Minister of National Economy and Deputy Chairman of the Financial Affairs and Energy Resources Council, signed in Tokyo Monday with a Japanese Company agreements rel
Egypt's Minister of Electricity Hassan Younis has recently met with a technical delegation from the Comoros Islands to discuss timetable and executive programs drawn up by the Middle Egyptian Company
July 12, 2004
Hussein bin Ali al-Hilali, Oman's Public Prosecutor said Sunday new directorates will be established at the Public Prosecution to ease litigation.
Yemen plans to introduce reforms in the judiciary system by the end of this month. These procedures will include promoting a number of chiefs and memb
July 11, 2004
Prominent Egyptian actress Yusra denied undergoing plastic surgery stressing that there are certain things that cannot be concealed
At a ceremony on 5 July, John Malcolm, Managing Director of Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), officially inaugurated a major power station that will provide electricity to a number of key future oil a
July 8, 2004
The United States and Oman have entered into a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) aimed at strengthening the economic ties between the two sides and opening channels of communication for
The recently inked U.S.-Morocco Free Trade Agreement will strengthen Morocco's economy and promote social and political development through associated legal reforms, according to Deputy U.S. Trade Rep