July 2, 2003
Israel is not serious about seeking an end to its conflict with the Palestinians, and its withdrawal from part of the Gaza Strip was just a tactical p
Cyprus police deported 38 Syrians after intercepting two fishing boats off the southeast coast, while five more boat people coming from Lebanon were a
Israel transfered security control in the West Bank city of Bethlehem to the Palestinian Authority on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia is detaining at least 124 “terrorism suspects”, Interior Minister Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz said on Tuesday. Nayef told a meeting of t
Against the backdrop of a fragile cease-fire between Israel and the Palestinians, the United States is expected to announce a $30 million aid package to the Palestinian Authority Tuesday.
A delegation of the Egyptian Chambers of Tourism was received Monday, June 30, 2003, by Khaled Ben-Bakr, director general of the Saudi Arabian Airlines (SV), in Jeddah. The delegation was invited to v
July 1, 2003
Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday that Israel would not stop its efforts to fight against
Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat said Tuesday that Palestinian security forces had arrested gunmen, who killed a Bulgarian road worker in a West Bank
Israel Tuesday destroyed the foundations of the planned Shehab a-Din mosque near Nazareth's main Christian shrine, ending a project that had angered t
Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian Tuesday morning who opened fire on them at a checkpoint outside the West Bank city of Tulkarm, the Israeli ar
Controversial Egyptian director Enas Al Deghaidi, well-known for being one of the most provocative and daring directors of the era, has filed a lawsuit against the Arab satellite channel ART
Close to 18 percent of Bahrain's population uses credit cards with most consumers using credit as a borrowing tool, rather than as a mode of payment, reported a Bahrain Monetary Agency survey.
The International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, signed an agreement to provide a $15 million corporate loan to support the expansion of the Hikma Group, a Jordan
June 30, 2003
Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon will meet his Palestinian counterpart, Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas, on Tuesday to discuss the U.S.-backed peace
A foreign worker was killed Monday near the northern West Bank town of Jenin, after Palestinians opened fire on a truck carrying a number of workers.