December 18, 2002
Three Saudis, convicted of an armed holdup at a foreign exchange office, were beheaded by the sword on Tuesday at Arar, on the border with Iraq, the i
New Lebanese singer Hanadi Saloum has decided to perform a private concert exclusively in front of media critics and journalist her first album, which is due to, hit stores in the very near future
The World Bank has approved a total of $45 million in grants for two projects aimed at delivering essential social and municipal services to Palestinians residing in the West Bank and Gaza.
Australia's resources giant BHP Billiton is expected to start wet gas production from its Ohanet operation in southern Algeria in late 2003. The development deal for the Ohanet gas field was signed in
Dubai's Land Transport Business Group, established in October with the legal backing of Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, have elected a representative committee of eight members at DCCI. Membe
December 17, 2002
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat accepted an invitation to send a delegation to Britain.
December 16, 2002
President Bashar Assad of Syria has told British Prime Tony Blair there are no terrorists in Syria - only "press officers".
Turkey has deployed troops and engineers near its border with Iraq to prepare for any U.S.-led war on Baghdad, a senior military official said Monday.
Israeli troops early Monday shot and killed three Palestinian activists, attempting to carry out two separate attacks on settlements in the Gaza Strip
The export of agricultural produce from the Gaza Strip to European markets has continued in November 2002. A total of 110 tons of strawberries and 1.5 million cut flowers (approximately 50 tons) were
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has agreed to cut worldwide oil production while simultaneously raising official quotas for the 11-nation cartel, aligning them with actual out
December 15, 2002
Jordan has won US praise for the arrests of two al-Qaeda members suspected of assassinating a U.S. official and who allegedly planned a string of othe
Israel's Cabinet decided Sunday that Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat would not be allowed to travel to Bethlehem for Christmas celebrations, an Israe
Saudi Arabia and the UAE will fund the five-million dollar construction of two educational centers for Palestinian children injured in the uprising ag
The Saudi Kingdom is set to test a siren warning system nation-wide next week, according to a Saturday newspaper report. Sirens throughout the countr