February 15, 2002
A leading sports channel, Ten Sports, is set to be launched from the Dubai Media City, according to an announcement made recently by the new UAE-based
February 14, 2002
Iranian First Vice President Mohammad Reza Aref said during his current visit to Syria, that his country was against changing the Iraqi regime in line
A high-ranking Israeli official will arrive in Cairo soon to try to move forward negotiations between Israel and Syria, reported a Jordanian newspaper
Air India has recently announced Dubai-New Delhi attractive fare reductions, responding to Indian Airlines' introductory fares of Dh500 (one-way) and
Egyptian director Ali Abdel Khaleq is currently shooting in Alexandria, the first scenes of his new film Yawm al Karamah (Dignity Day), about the sinking of the Israeli destroyer Eilat.
Several weeks ago, Jordan and Iraq signed an accord securing Jordanian oil supplies for the year 2002. However, in the event that Iraq faces an US military attack, the Jordanian economy is bound to be
February 13, 2002
Bahraini crown prince sheikh Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa concluded on Tuesday a two-day visit to Syria where he held talks with a number of Syrian off
Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak on Tuesday spoke over the phone about Middle East developments with U.S. president George W. Bush, radio Cairo report
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s First Vice-President Mohammad Reza Aref arrived in Damascus on Wednesday. He is scheduled to discuss further expansion
Syria’s Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister, Farouk al Shara on Tuesday delivered the country’s speech at the Islamic-European Forum which is being he
Syria’s Prime Minister Mohammed Moustafa Mero and an accompanying delegation returned home on Tuesday following three-day visit to Egypt where he head
The Syrian actor Salloum Haddad is currently gearing up along with the Syrian director Haitham Haqqi for his forthcoming drama about the life history of the renowned poet Abu al Tayyeb al Mutanabbi.
The Egyptian screenwriter Mustafa Muharram is currently embarking on writing the script for the new series Arbaa Wa Eshreen Saah Fakat (Twenty Four Hours Only).
Syrian farmers produced a record wheat crop in 2001, totaling 4.5 million tons, 11 percent of which is directed for export. The remarkable 2001/2002 harvest, grown on 1.5 million hectares of land, was
MeBank, the 24 hour retail banking services of Emirates Bank, opened its doors on February 10, 2002, in the premises of Dubai Women's College. MeBank currently has 10 branches throughout Dubai.