February 15, 2004
Yemeni community in Ha'il area, kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has held a collective wedding for 32 couples from Yemeni expatriates in the kingdom. Accordin
Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Abdulrahman Al-Attiyah on Sunday opened the first meeting of the 7th term of the GCC's
Israel's ambassador to Berlin said it is "inappropriate" for German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder to receive Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei [Ab
Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Governor of Riyadh region, received on Sunday, Austrian ambassador to the Kingdom, Dr. Harald Wiesner on the occasion
Cities in much of Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, the Palestinian territories and Israel were covered with blankets of snow Saturday and Sunday from a polar f
The Saudi Alujain Corporation has appointed a financial advisor to evaluate the feasibility study for a new petrochemical project, reported Al-Watan. The name of the advisor was not released. The fea
February 12, 2004
Saudi security have detained a fugitive named Majed Al-Rashoudi in Breedah in central region of Al-Qaseem, the daily Al-Riyadh said in a report publi
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak returned home on Thursday from Turkey where he held talk with his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Necdet Sezer. According
A much-disrupted British Airways (BA) flight from London to Washington D.C. has been canceled again over security concerns, the airline said Thursday.
Founder of Microsoft Corporation Bill Gates hosted Saudi Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal at his Bellevue, Washington home over dinner to discuss IT, investment opportunities and humanitarian efforts. P
Leading tourism companies in Lebanon have recently announced a strategic campaign to promote Lebanon as the regional hub for healthcare related tourism in the Middle East. This initiative, endorsed b
February 11, 2004
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz met with Prince Charles, who is currently visiting the oil-rich kingdom. According to the official SPA ne
An Israel Air Force Skyhawk warplane crashed south of the West Bank city of Hebron while on a "training flight" Wednesday, and the pilot safely ejecte
Saudi Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal has pledged one million dollars annually for the next five years to the Carter Center, a humanitarian organization founded by former US-President Jimmy Carter.
Iraq’s Al-Mat Bridge, a key transportation link between Baghdad and Jordan has been partially opened for traffic. US-Bechtel company recently completed repairing the south span of the overpass.