July 24, 2002
Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem al-Thani implicitly acknowledged on Tuesday that a "misunderstanding" had put Doha at odds with neighb
The governments of Iraq and Lebanon concluded a preliminary agreement providing for the reactivation of the Tripoli oil refinery, which was shut down in 1982 during the Lebanese civil war. Iraq commit
The National Bank of Oman recorded a 2.3 percent income drop in the first half of 2002 reaching six million Omani riyals ($15 million) compared to OR 6.18 riyals from the same period last year.
National Technology Company (NTC), an end-to-end solution provider in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, signed an agreement with Scala to market, distribute and implement their collaborative ERP solutions
Citibank, a member of Citigroup, has launched its new Alerting Service, bringing Citibank account and primary credit-card holders banking information straight to their mobile phone or email. The servi
July 23, 2002
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad received in Damascus Monday at the People’s Palace, the Lebanese Army Commander, Lt. Gen. Micheal Sulaiman. Matters
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad received on Monday at the People’s Palace, the credentials of two new ambassadors to Syria - - Cyprus Ambassador Mari
Lebanon’s president Emile Lahoud received in Beirut Monday Saudi Foreign Minister, Prince Saud Al-Faysal. Prince Faysal briefed President Lahoud on th
Damascus Radio slammed on Monday the “Israeli racial cleansing operations against (the) Palestinians”, the official Syrian Arab News Agency reported.
Israeli troops killed two Palestinians Tuesday morning near the Kissufim crossing at the entrance to Gush Katif settlement bloc in the Gaza Strip. In
Syrian director Ayman Sheikhani has begun shooting his series <I>Ersan Akher Zaman</I> (nowadays bridegrooms) scripted by Daoud Shikhani.
Syrian director Amal Omran presented her second work "Kohl" which is a group of poems recited along with music and acting that appears on the screen, in a theatrical show.
The eighth Cairo International Song Festival will kick off on August 20, with 40 songs from 15 Arab countries competing in the Arab contest.
International water and wastewater treatment provider Metito has installed a state of the art waste water treatment plant at the internationally renowned Nad Al-Sheba stables in Dubai. The plant was c
British chemical detection firm Smiths signed a contract with the Abu Dhabi Ship Builders to install GID-3 chemical detectors on the Ghannaffa class fast assault craft for the UAE Armed Forces. The co