January 26, 2004
Syrian Prime Minister Mohammad Naji Otri and his Jordanian counterpart Faisal al-Fayez discussed Monday latest regional developments and the importanc
Mustafa Dirani, a Lebanese prisoner slated for release in the upcoming swap deal between the Hizbullah and Israel, will give testimony in his lawsuit
Syrian singer Asalah Nasri was in rage when her concert at the Dubai Nights Festival was not broadcasted live on television due to technical difficulties
Jordan, Egypt, Syria and Lebanon on Sunday signed agreements of the second phase of the Arab Gas Pipeline Projects, designed to convey natural gas from Egypt to Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.
Malik bin Sulaiman al-Ma'amari, Oman's Transport and Telecommunications Minister on Sunday opened Fahoud Airport, built at a cost of RO 1 million in the wilayat of Ibri in the Dhahirah region.
Yemen's Finance Minister announced on Sunday a new employment budget for central and local authorities and authorized the concerned bodies to finalize legal measures thereof.
January 25, 2004
Secretary General of the Ba'ath Arab Progressive Party in Jordan Fouad Dabour has said that Syrian-Turkish relations are to be part of establishing se
Iran's reformist-dominated parliament approved a bill Sunday labeled "triple-urgent" that seeks to turn over the disqualification of thousands of hope
David Kay, the former chief of the occupation's hunt for Iraq's "weapons of mass destruction", claimed that part of captive leader Saddam Hussein's se
Japan's Defense Agency Director General on Sunday dismissed concerns that Japanese forces getting ready to leave for Iraq were headed into increasingl
January 24, 2004
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that his country was ready to mediate between Israel and Syria and his foreign minister would l
A prisoner exchange between Israel and Hizbullah will take place Tuesday, with two Lebanese and other Arab prisoners in Israeli custody to be swapped
Ruwaida Attia has recenlty completed her tour around different countries, and has headed off to Cairo where she will begin the process of recording the songs for her first album
It was revealed that pirated CDs of one of Lebanese singer Nawal Al Zoughbis new songs "Bi Aynak" (In Your Eyes) is currently being sold in Syrian black markets
January 22, 2004
Syria's President Bashar al- Assad on Wednesday issued decree No. 24 for the year, which appointed Mr. Muhammad Bashar al – Mufti as a new Governor of