January 13, 2003
Egyptian authorities have taken into custody former managing director of Bank of Cairo, Mohamed Abul Fateh for allegedly securing unguaranteed loan facilities. Case prosecutors are demanding that Fate
January 12, 2003
At least 10 Palestinians and two Israelis were killed in various incidents in the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, Israel-Egypt border and northern Israel.
Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on Sunday rejected a written request by his British peer, Tony Blair, to lift a ban on Palestinian officials atte
Four Palestinian men were killed by Israeli fire late Saturday and early Sunday while two boys were shot raiding a Jewish settlement in the Gaza Strip
Selon le Bureau national de la statistique à Jérusalem, Israël a subi ces deux dernières années sa récession la plus forte depuis 50 ans. le Produit Intérieur Brut a diminué durant deux années consécu
Recent duopoly competition in the Tunisian GSM market will propel the industry to new highs and increase its size by nine folds by 2006. The new telecommunication law came as the first step to liberal
January 11, 2003
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat urged Palestinian groups to halt attacks on Israeli civilians ahead of an Israeli election.
Egypt has told the United States that Palestinian guerrilla leader Abu Abbas is not in the country, contrary to some media reports, U.S. State Departm
British Prime Minister Tony Blair has decided to hold a conference about Middle East peace talks next week despite Israel's refusal to let Palestinian
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is to hold talks with US President George W. Bush and chief UN arms inspector Hans Blix "to prevent early military a
Iraqi singer Kathem Al Saher recently was in Cairo-Egypt for the renewal of his contract with Rotana Music Production Company for an additional three years
January 10, 2003
A 15-year-old boy was killed and four other youths wounded by Israeli fire in the West Bank refugee camp of el Aida, Palestinian sources said.
Britain on Friday assured said it would revert to the U.N. Security Council if Iraqi President Saddam Hussein was found in breach of a resolution to g
Israeli troops Thursday night destroyed the Nablus home of suicide bomber Darin Abu Eisha.
U.S. President Bush has no timetable for determining whether to forcibly disarm Iraq, the White House said Thursday. Bush spokesman Ari Fleischer term