August 17, 2003
The competition for the title of Arab Superstar has heated up tremendously and become in more ways than one a challenge between viewers throughout the Arab world on whom they will choose to be the win
August 16, 2003
While the outlook for the Egyptian steel industry remains unfavorable in the short-term, a young population, new mortgage laws and a government commitment to new infrastructure projects look set to gi
August 15, 2003
In an attempt to give boost for the "road map" peace plan, Israel has agreed to hand over an additional four West Bank towns to Palestinian control, P
US military convoys came under fire twice west of Baghdad Friday morning, and several soldiers were apparently injured, witnesses told news agencies.
Palestinians reported that one person was injured during exchange of gunfire with Israeli troops in the West Bank city of Qalqilyah overnight Friday.
August 14, 2003
The Security Council approved a resolution Thursday welcoming the Iraqi Governing Council and created a mission to oversee U.N. attempts to help rebui
Israeli Police released a statement Thursday in which they announced that they, in cooperation with the General Security Service, had arrested three s
The Islamic Jihad vowed on Thursday to avenge the death of its leader in Hebron, Mohammed Sider, who was killed earlier in the day by Israeli army for
For ten years, Mansia Khazer says she remained Saddam Hussein's secret wife, living in a villa facing the Sheraton Hotel in the capital city of Baghda
Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmud Abbas arrived in Tunisia on Wednesday evening and was met at the airport in Tunis by Tunisian Prime Minister Mohamed
Libya has agreed to assume responsibility for the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, but only after assurances from London and Washington that it will not lead t
The funeral of one of Palestinian President Yasser Arafat's sisters will be held in the Gaza Strip on Thursday, according to the official WAFA news ag
The United States on Wednesday renewed its warning for American citizens to avoid non-essential travel to Saudi Arabia, citing "credible threats" to "
Lebanese singer Assi Hilani recently held an unforgettable performance at the Carthage Festival in Tunisia, which witnessed an audience of over 12 thousand, singing “Carthage my Precious Dream” as a s
The Coca-Cola Company has signed an extension to its franchise agreement with its local bottler in the Palestinian Authority, the National Beverage Company. NBC was established in 1998 as a franchise