November 5, 2002
Israeli President Moshe Katsav announced Tuesday morning that he had accepted a request by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to dissolve the Knesset and cal
Cypriot ministers will attend meetings in Brussels and Prague, in the framework of negotiations for completing accession with the European Union (EU).
A new cargo of wide-ranging Syrian aid, destined for the Palestinian people in the occupied territories, comprised of some 300 tons of food, clothes a
Syrian Health Minister Dr. Mohammad Iyad al-Shatti received earlier this week a delegation representing the Syrian-Swedish medical association, headed
Damascus Radio stressed on Monday that it is “not surprising for the Israeli leaders to disregard the resolutions of international legitimacy” and to
Syrian Industry Minister Issam Zaim opened Monday morning a symposium on Cooperation Opportunity between Syria and Italy in the field of Agricultural
A bomb explosion in a Palestinian refugee camp in the southern part of Lebanon in a pre-dawn attack Monday damaged a cafe run by a militant activist,
A Greek-Cypriot young diver who brutally assaulted a British woman after she refused to have sex with him was sent to prison on Monday for three years
Canada’s Canam Manac Group has concluded a joint venture agreement with Saudi Arabia’s Zamil Industrial Investment Company for the production of steel beams. Production is set to begin over the next s
November 4, 2002
At least one Israeli was killed and some 15 people were injured, four seriously, in an explosion just after 18:15 (16:15 GMT) Monday in a shopping mal
Six Palestinian men were killed by Israeli troops in four separate shootings within 24 hours in the Gaza Strip. In Nablus, two Palestinians were kille
CompuMe, regional Information Technology (IT) solution provider, has recently announced a tie-up with SimplyTrading.com, a UK-based provider of IT business solutions, known for its 'Office Everywhere'
November 3, 2002
Turkish voters gave an early lead to a party with Islamic roots Sunday in elections that were expected to completely reshape parliament in this countr
Israel's former army chief of staff accepted the job of defense minister Saturday evening. Shaul Mofaz's appointment by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is
Vote started early on Sunday in an election expected to bring a complete overhaul of the Turkish political landscape.