May 2, 2004
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, on Saturday blamed Israel for the latest "terror" attacks in the kingdom.
Shiite fighters attacked a U.S. convoy in southern Iraq, killing two troops and setting vehicles on fire. Two other American soldiers were killed in B
Saudi Minister of Labor, Dr. Ghazi Bin Abdul-Rahman Al-Gosaibi said his Ministry's instructions banning recruitment of foreign manpower by small establishments employing less than ten workers, was pro
The White House over the weekend reiterated its threat that Syria would soon face sanctions for harboring and supporting "terrorist" groups.
May 1, 2004
At least six foreign civilians were killed during a shooting attack Saturday in northwestern Saudi Arabia.
Shocking pictures in Britain's <i>Daily Mirror</i> Saturday showed a hooded Iraqi captive beaten by British troops before being thrown from a moving t
French hypermarket Géant has opened its doors to customers in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Launched by the Fawaz Al-Hokair Group, the Riyadh Géant store is part of a project to open 12 or more hypermarkets t
April 29, 2004
Several polls, published on Thursday, indicated that members of the ruling Likud party are inclined to reject Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's "d
Saudi Arabia is willing to invest in the establishment of two new oil refineries in the United States, according to Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Naimi. The announceme
Swedish IT services company Teleca has been selected to supply an inventory management system to MTC-Vodafone in Kuwait as part of a larger agreement with prime contractor Harris Corporation.
The Saudi Railways Organization is on track for privatization, according to senior company official, Hussain Khamash Al-Qahtani. The acquisition of the SRO is expected to follow a major expansion of t
April 28, 2004
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz, the Deputy Premier and Commander of the National Guard, phoned Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, according
Prince Saud Al-Faisal, the Saudi Foreign Minister, met in New York Tuesday night with United Nations Special Envoy to Iraq Lakhdar Brahimi, according
Israeli police arrested and then released leading Palestinian moderate and peace campaigner Sari Nusseibeh on Wednesday morning, accusing him of hirin
The World's Most Powerful Network (WMPN) consortium, led by i4 Communications together with Saudi based Al-Mozoon Group and International Systems Engineering (ISE), has been pre-qualified by the Saudi