December 7, 2003
Gulf Investment House, a Kuwait-based investment company, has reported the sale of Truman Park, located in the Washington DC district, United States, at a 90 percent gain.
December 6, 2003
Nancy Za'balawi revealed that she will not attribute any form of seduction or use her looks to reach people's hearts, rather rely solely on her talent to sing, by watching every step she makes while p
Egyptian prominent comedian actor Adel Imam is in the process of making a new film that will revolve around the life of an ordinary Arab man who faces hostility from the enemy who occupies his land
December 5, 2003
In quiet negotiations, the United States has been trying to have Syria return some 250 million dollars in Iraqi funds, but has so far been rebuffed, t
The top U.S. administrator in Iraq, L. Paul Bremer, warned Friday that attacks against American forces will likely intensify over the next few months
December 4, 2003
Israel's Deputy Defense Minister Zeev Boim on Thursday blasted the Syrian leadership and accused it of involvement in a failed attack by a Palestinian
Lebanese singer Pascal Mashaalani has recently held two concerts on Eid El Fitr (Muslim holiday after Ramadan) in Kuwait despite the chaos that erupted from Islamist groups opposing her presence in th
At the end of a two-day summit held in Naples, which focused on the Middle East, Italy's Foreign Minister Franco Frattini, whose country currently holds the EU presidency, expressed optimism that the
Iran's sugar production is to increase by 14.3 percent to 1,200,000 tons by end of the year on March 19, 2004, far ahead of the target set for the year, i.e. some 1,050,000 tons.
December 3, 2003
Turkey's Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said Wednesday neighbors Iran and Syria were cooperating in the fight against terrorism.
The Brazilian President, Luis Inacio Lula da Silva and his wife arrived in Damascus Wednesday for a two-day official visit to Syria. The tour is aimed
Israel has recently rejected a Syrian proposal for a ceasefire on its northern border with Lebanon.
Two consortia of US universities, based in Mississippi and Oklahoma, have received funding from the Higher Education and Development (HEAD) program of the US Agency for International Development (USAI
National Bank of Kuwait (NBK)’s new commercial branch in the Kingdom of Bahrain will be inaugurated on Tuesday December 9, 2003, under the patronage the Governor of the Bahrain Monetary Agency, Sheikh
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has elected Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt and Turkey to be members of its Council for the 2004-2005 biennium, stated a press release. The announcement was made a