May 5, 2002
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad withheld his endorsement of a US proposal for a new Mideast peace conference, warning that any deal must be based on
Turkey’s revenues generated from exports increased by 5.8 percent in the first four months of 2002 compared with the same period last year, reaching $10.3 billion, reported Turkiye. The country’s ind
May 4, 2002
A gunman armed with an assault rifle entered a five-star hotel in the center of Istanbul Saturday, fired shots in the air and took several tourists ho
Syrian scenarist Ghassan Jbaai has finished writing the script of a new series about the famed poet Omar al Khayyam, basing on Amin Maalouf’s novel Samarkand.
May 1, 2002
Informed Syrian sources have denied a report published by <I>The Guardian</I> last Monday about the delivery of a shipment of Czech rockets to Iraq th
Yasser Arafat's political status has strengthened as a result of his being isolated during the Israeli offensive in the West Bank, Israel’s Military I
Syrian director Hatem Ali has recently finished shooting the second part of his series al Fusoul al Arbaa (The Four Seasons), a social drama that deals with contemporary life issues.
Syrian singer Samih Shqair has recently performed a concert at Beirut based al Madinah Theater under the title Enshad al Intifada (Uprising Anthem).
April 30, 2002
Syrian actress Yara Sabri will return to the series al Fusool al Arbaa (Four Seasons) after three years in its new part to complete the role as Nadia who becomes more mature.
The Bank of Alexandria’s board of directors approved a decision to increase the paid in capital of the Misr Iran Development Bank from $113 million to $155 million. The state-owned Bank of Alexandria
Algeria's truck manufacturing company, Veicoli industriali Renault (SNVI), has recently entered into a production agreement with ZF Friedrichshafen, a German automotive supplier group, providing for t
April 29, 2002
Large numbers of Israeli tanks and infantry moved into Hebron on Monday morning, witnesses said. The incursion came from the north, south and west, an
Syrian actor Bassam Kousa will debut in theatrical direction through his play A’shaa al Wadaa’ (The Farewell Supper) based on a script by Arthur Schnitzler.
Some ten local and international companies are predicted to submit offers for managing Bahrain’s public transportation system. Eligible companies have until April 30 to submit their bids.
Hertz Syria has reduced its car rental rates throughout the country as part of an ongoing campaign to boost customer service and increase value for money, a press release reported. In addition to ove