April 12, 2002
The London-based <I>Al-Sharq al-Awsat</I> has learned that there has been no reserve troop call-up in the Lebanese and Syrian armies, contrary to West
<b>Date:</b> Apr 9 - Apr 12, 2002 <b>Location:</b> Dubai World Trade Center, Dubai, UAE <b>Specifics:</b> Exhibitors from over 30 countries including Australia, UK, US, Canada, Cyprus, Malaysia,
April 11, 2002
Iraq and Syria have signed an agreement for joint cooperation in the field of irrigation. The agreement was signed by Iraqi Minister of Irrigation Ra
Saudi princess Aljouhara Bint Saud al-Kabeer died Wednesday evening at the King Fahd military hospital due to a long illness, according to the officia
Eleven Egyptian state employees charged with negligence in a train fire which killed 361 people will go on trial on April 27th, judicial sources said.
Iraqi opposition representatives concluded two days of preparations for a future conference where experts are expected to draft a program for "a bette
The General Cinema Organization has recently started working on a feature film entitled Ahadith al Hajar (The Speeches of The Stone) directed by Raymond Boutrous.
Syrian actress Nadin is gearing up to shoot her role in the fifth part of the series Hammam al Qishani (al Qishani Public Bathhouse) directed by Hani al Rumani.
A play depicting the homicide, displacement and persecution the Palestinian people suffer at the hands of Israeli troops is to open Saturday in Damascus.
Syrian singer and musician Bashar Zarqan performed two concerts at Sama Theater in Damascus, at which he sang his new artwork Urid An Ahia (I Want to Live).
The Telecom Egypt company and the US-based Telegroup recently signed an agreement for the establishment of a new international telecommunication link using fiber optic cables, reported Al-Alam Al-Yaum
April 10, 2002
Algerian foreign minister Abdelaziz Belkhadem met in Damascus on Tuesday with his Syrian counterpart Farouq al-Sharaa during which they discussed the
In Morocco, public festivities, scheduled for April 12 through 14, on the occasion of the wedding of King Mohammed VI, were postponed to a later date,
“Arab Cinema, a Search for Identity” was the title of a symposium recently held in Damascus with the participation of Qeis al Zubaidi, Hekmat Dawoud and Mohammed Malas.
The Emirati producer of bottled mineral water, MASAFI, yesterday reported a 10 percent growth in sales in the year 2001. The company statement noted that this performance was achieved against a genera