November 24, 2003
Secretary of State Colin Powell is expected to pay official visits to Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia next month.
Lebanese-based resistance movement Hizbullah has established a "significant presence" in Iraq, but is refraining from participating in attacks against
Egyptian singer Mustafa Amar is currently studying a very generous offer to sign with one of he Saudi production companies for a price of 2.5 million US dollars, after his contract with Alam El Phan P
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has subpoenaed bank account records belonging to the Saudi embassy as part of an investigation into the Kingdom’s $300 million annual US spending budget.
Moroccan Railways has awarded Italy’s Ansaldobreda, a subsidiary of the Finmeccanica Company, an order for the supply of 18 double deck Electrical Multiple Unit trains, with an option for six more.
Steel production in the Middle East remained steady at an estimated 1.1 million metric tons for October, reported the International Iron and Steel Institute. Overall, production in the region is up 10
November 23, 2003
Syria's Prime Minister Mohammad Naji Ottri on Sunday was quoted as saying that that priority is now given to "further advance the path of reform and m
Dairy producer Almarai has recruited Nishit Mathur as product group manager to work within the company's expanding marketing team in Dubai. Reporting directly to Almarai's Marketing Manager, John O'K
Saudi egg and poultry producer Radwa has completed the roll-out of a communications and enterprise resource planning infrastructure based on PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne, formerly JD Edwards OneWorld XE.
Emirates Glass has won a contract to supply 10,000 square meters of its EmiCool Super E2 glass for the façade of the Gate complex located at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). Deliveries
November 22, 2003
A court in Jeddah has sentenced seven individuals who participated in recent protests and obstructed security men from doing their job to jail terms r
US Army plans for Iraq currently assumes keeping some 100,000 American soldiers through March 2006, <i>The News York Times</i> reported Saturday, citi
November 20, 2003
Prince Moulay Rachid of Morocco is currently in Mecca to perform minor pilgrimage (Umrah). Saudi crown prince, Abdellah Ben Abdelaziz, hosted Tuesday
The Algerian government set up for the year 2004 a large recruiting operation with a program of preliminary-employment agreements (CPE), a communiquי
Palestinian factions agreed to attend a truce conference in Cairo in 12 days, officials said Thursday.