May 19, 2002
Since the first moment of the 55th Cannes International Film Festival, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict paved its way to the festival as expected.
May 16, 2002
Sudanese and Egyptian presidents Omar al-Bashir and Hosni Mubarak on Wednesday emphasized the importance of working together to achieve a full Israeli
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein told the commander of the Iraqi air force that a soldier chooses to die in defense of his country, newspapers reported
May 13, 2002
Sudan's President Omar al-Basheer is scheduled to visit Egypt on Wednesday in order to hold talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. The talks are
The meetings that are expected to take place Monday at the beginning of Dubai's Crown Prince and UAE’s Minister of Defense, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashed
May 12, 2002
Ugandan rebels killed more than 470 Sudanese civilians, raping and abducting girls and women and burning down six villages in a week of violence, the
The Israeli government Sunday retroactively approved Interior Minister Eli Yishai's April 1 freeze on all family reunifications between Israeli Arabs
May 7, 2002
The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development has agreed to provide the government of Sudan with 367.3 million Emirati dirhams ($100 million) for the development of the Merwe Hydro Dam.
Dubai's total exports and re-exports rose by 12 percent in the first quarter of 2002, reaching 10.3 billion Emirati dirhams ($2.8 billion) compared with Dh 9.2 billion ($2.5 billion) in the first quar
May 5, 2002
The governments of Sudan and Kenya are closer to ending their long-term trade dispute following a recent ministerial meeting, with representatives from both countries present, reported Xinhua. Sudanes
The Bangkok-based Thoresen Thai Agencies acquired a 49 percent stake in the Sharjah Ports Authority’s newly formed entity, Sahrjah Port Services. TTI, a subsidiary of the Thoresen Group, acquired the
April 25, 2002
Syrian comedy star Duraid Lahham started his artistic career in 1960 when the Syrian TV was opened by playing the role as Ghawwar, which he innovated in many comedy series.
Inter-Arab investments reached in 2001 some $2.45 billion. Saudi Arabia was the largest recipient, collecting $721 million, said the Arab Investments Guarantee Organization. Sudan came in second place
April 18, 2002
Sudan will dispatch doctors, blood and medicine to the Palestinian territories or the nearest treatment center in neighboring Jordan to ease the suffe
Authorities in Pakistan have released five Sudanese trainee pilots two weeks after their arrest for suspected links to terrorist organizations, source