March 20, 2002
Syrian director and actor Emad Abu Latif is currently staging his play al Qiyamah (Doomsday) based on a script by the writer Mamdouh al Odwan, in Kuwait.
Mobile penetration and adoption in Jordan has been driven by the increasing quality standards of mobile technology and the reduction of prices due to competition, recently stated MobileCom CEO Jean-Ch
Switzerland’s new inter-continental airline, SWISS, has announced it will operate a total of 31 weekly flights from the Middle East region. The company plans to roll out a new marketing and sales prog
Some $100-150 billion worth of investments would be required over the course of the coming decade to develop gas projects in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region, the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE)
March 19, 2002
Over 7,000 Syrian University students marched in the capital Damascus Tuesday in support of the 18-month-old Palestinian Intifada and against perceive
Arab leaders who meet in Beirut next week for the Arab Summit should support the Palestinian intifada or uprising against Israel and prevent any milit
On Monday, Saudi Arabia's King Fahd firmly condemned "Israeli attacks and terror acts" against unarmed Palestinians, calling on the "free world" to in
The government of Syria is planning to establish a new oil refinery in the city of Deir El-Zour with an initial capacity of 60,000 barrels per day (bpd), with potential to double its output to 120,000
The Director General of the Syrian Civil Aviation Corporation, Hussein Mahfouzh, announced that the corporation recently purchased three radar systems valued at $50 million, reported ksaToday . These
The Egyptian Central Statistics Bureau reported that the local rate of inflation grew to 2.5 percent last December, up from 2.2 percent in the previous month of November, reported ksaToday . The same
March 18, 2002
On Monday, leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei stressed the responsibility of different government institutions vis-a-vis Am
Fourteen Saudi girls died in the midst of a dormitory fire at a Saudi Arabian school because religious police would not permit male firefighters rescu
The Lebanese play The Counterbass directed by Pulin Haddad was recently performed on the stage of al Qabbani Theatre in Damascus.
The play Sae’i Bareed Neruda (Neruda’s Postman) based on Antonio Skármeta's novel The Postman, has recently been staged at al Qabbani Theater in Damascus.
March 17, 2002
Syrian Prime Minister Mohammed Miro left Beirut on Saturday with an accompanying delegation following discussions with his Lebanese counterpart Rafik