July 22, 2004
Under high level of secrecy, Alam Al-Fan Production Company started filming the new video clip for the Tunisian singer and belly dancer Najla
Haifa Wahbi danced throughout her performance during the Carthage Festival, moving every possible part of her body including parts that have no muscles in them, then shifted to throwing roses and laug
The Libyan bank of commerce and development will open a new bank for children in an attempt to help them learn how to deal with bank services. The director of the bank, Jamal Abdulmalik, said the ne
The recovery of the Tunisian economy continues in 2004, driven by strong agricultural output, the return to normal tourism levels, and the positive performance of non-energy exports.
The government of Morocco has chosen a private partner for the planned public private partnership (PPP) irrigation project in the citrus-growing area of Guerdane, Taroudant province.
FAO will assist Kuwait in establishing a reference centre for studies and research on wastewater treatment and reuse, the UN agency said Wednesday.
July 20, 2004
Najla revealed that she will be more seductive and bold in her upcoming music video where she will use a tiger instead of a horse and attempt to tame it
Laila Elwi is scheduled to begin shooting the scenes of the new television drama series “Al-Hob fi Zaman Al-sarab”, were she performs the role of a journalist who loses her husband in mysterious condi
July 17, 2004
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on Saturday inaugurated the first phase of the fourth project of drawing water of The River Euphrates to the Syrian
Tunisian singer Najla has been receiving numerous offers to star in different films received an offer for a leading role in a new film "Bustan El Viagra" (Viagra Garden) after prominent Egyptian actre
July 7, 2004
Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali said Tuesday it would be opportune to hold an Arab-African summit to examine cooperation between the two re
A Lebanese army major was killed and three other officers were wounded during a sports training maneuver they were staging in a military base in south
July 6, 2004
Three people were killed and some 20 injured in a car accident Sunday night at the northern entrance of Damascus, SANA reported Monday. Red Crescent
Dr. Hashim Yamani, the Saudi Minister of Commerce and Industry, has underlined the importance of enhancing the Saudi-Tunisian economic cooperation, and said the volume of trade exchange between the Ki
July 4, 2004
Egyptian Transport Minister Hamdy Abdel Salam el-Shayeb has died of a heart attack, Egypt's Middle East News Agency reported Sunday. He was 56 years o