March 31, 2002
A new Syrian TV series entitled al Safinah (Ship) is currently being shot on board of a ship opposite Latakia port on the Mediterranean marking the first Syrian drama of its kind.
Malta’s Bank of Valletta is set to launch a new online banking service for its customers. To this end, the bank opted for the Dubai-based Altitude contact center software and e-finance products. Conne
March 28, 2002
A Qatari newspaper has described Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan's visi
Producers of the cartoon film Mohammed, Last Prophet and Messenger agreed to screen it in five Arab states simultaneously in the first week of next June.
The Opera House in Cairo has witnessed over the past few days an artistic Tunisian night performed by the renowned Tunisian singer Lutfi Bushnaq.
Turkey’s State Planning Organization (DPT) has raised the possibility of closing 13 sugar factories that have been recording significant losses over the past few months. DPT stated that the government
March 27, 2002
Syria’s Deputy Education Minister, Mohammed Yassmineh and Director of the Turkish Foreign Ministry Cultural Affairs Varol Ozkotshak signed on Tuesday
March 26, 2002
United States said Tuesday that one of its diplomats had "unwittingly" met in Syria with associates of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palesti
On the sidelines of the preparatory meetings for the upcoming Arab summit, the Syrian Deputy premier and foreign minister Farouk Al-Sharaa held Monday
US diplomats reportedly have toured a facility of a Syrian-based organization listed by the US State Department as a terrorist group.
Deputy chairman of Iraq's revolutionary command council Izzat Ibrahim arrived in Beirut Monday to lead his country's delegation to the Arab summit due
Syrian director Haytham Haqqi is currently shooting his new series Aqbiyat al Mawt (Death Tunnel), after he had changed its title to Radm al Asateer (Rubbles of Legends).
Egyptian singer Amr Diab is gearing up to begin next October shooting a film which tackles a 25-year era of art in Cairo.
The Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD) recently agreed to provide the Lebanese government with seven million Kuwaiti dinars ($23 million) to upgrade its national power grid. Establi
Egypt’s National Bank For Development (NBD) reported a six percent profit rise in the financial year 2001, reaching EP62.6 million ($13.5 million). During FY01 net interest income dropped 67 percent w