November 15, 2001
The Cyprus government on Wednesday, November 14 short-listed five international consortia to build and operate Larnaca and Paphos airports at an estimated construction cost of $310 million. "Follo
November 12, 2001
A train carrying nuclear waste to Germany has been halted temporarily in northeastern France at the request of the authorities in Berlin, an anti-nucl
The Tunisian film Hobb Muharram (Forbidden Love) won the Best Feature Film Award at the 5th Susah International Festival for Childhood and Youth Films at the closing ceremony on Saturday.
November 8, 2001
The Kuwaiti Investment Authority (KIA) is reportedly planning to liquidate its shares in a number of Jordan firms and financial institutions, including the Jordanian Housing Bank for Finance and Trade
November 6, 2001
Feeling the need for a talented striker, Egypt’s Ahli is negotiating with Angola’s Petro Atlatico to buy its star, Flafio.
The Egyptian film Sukout Hansawar by Yousef Shahin and Tunisian film Fatima by Khaled Gherbal will be screened at the opening ceremony of the Nantes Festival of Three Continents.
November 4, 2001
Iranian President Mohammed Khatami held on Saturday talks with Greek Foreign Minister George Papandreou, discussing bilateral ties in the tense atmosp
Tunisia’s state-owned phosphate producer, Compagnie des Phosphates de Gafsa (CPG), recently announced that phosphate production maintained past years’ growth levels in 2000, while exports surpassed th
Egypt's government warned Thursday, November 1 of an economic slowdown due to a drop in tourism and shipping revenues since last month's terror attacks on the United States, the official MENA news age
A 22 percent rise in the value of market leader Solidere helped Lebanon's BLOM to a 6.9 percent increase to lead Arab stock markets in a positive week, Bakheet Financial Advisors (BFA) said Saturday,
November 1, 2001
British Prime Minister Tony Blair arrived in Israel Thursday for talks with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Foreign Minister Shimon Peres, bef
The 5th Susah International Festival for Childhood and Youth Films will take place November 3 - 10 in Tunisia.
October 29, 2001
Italian President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi arrived in the Tunisian capital Monday on a two-day visit to discuss bilateral relations and broader regional i
The Egyptian cabinet decided this week to expand the Cairo International Airport instead of building another airport in the western part of the city, Egyptian Information Minister Safwat Al-Sharif dis
Italy's economic ties and traditionally friendly links with Tunisia just across the Mediterranean were expected to get a boost from a state visit here by Italian President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi startin