November 4, 2004
Saudi transport minister Dr. Jubarah bin Eid Al-Suraiseri received in the capital of Riyadh on Tuesday the Yemeni ambassador to the Kingdom, Khaled bi
Tunisian singer Saber Riba’e waged a war against all flagrant video clips, describing the phenomenon as too much nudity on Arab satellite channels
October 25, 2004
A new monthly French-language magazine focusing on Tunisia is due to be launched from November 1. The monthly, called 'Le Tunisien', under the directo
Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, 68, has been re-elected with 94.5% of the votes, for a fourth tenure of five years.
A car bomb targeting an Australian military convoy went off near the Australian Embassy Monday, killing three Iraqis and injuring eight others, accord
The official dinar-dollar rate is at a low. The dinar is gaining value and the national economy is in the green. Are the authorities deliberately increasing the value of the dinar? Until recently, th
KIPCO Asset Management Company (KAMCO) has announced the closing of a new private equity fund, Kuwait Private Equity Opportunities Fund, which will be focused on investing in private companies in Kuwa
BG Group has announced that discussions with the Tunisian Government for the development of a 500 megawatt (MW) CCGT power plant have not yet been concluded. The two sides signed last year a Memorandu
October 24, 2004
Amid various opposition boycotts and accusations of blatant vote rigging, some 4.62 million Tunisians are voting en masse in presidential and parliame
Moroccan exporters are having a difficult time with vegetable prices low in France at the moment and a heat wave affecting the quality of their exports.
October 23, 2004
A Tunisian medical team on Saturday arrived in the West Bank to examine Palestinian president Yasser Arafat, who has been suffering from the flu.
October 21, 2004
About 25% of the candidates in Tunisia's upcoming legislative elections are females. The Popular Union Party even has four women at the top of its Par
Senior officials from the European "trio" -- France, Britain and Germany -- will hold talks with Iranian officials on Thursday to discuss Tehran's nuc
October 20, 2004
There have been 20,000 road accidents and 1500 killed in Morocco since the start of the year, according to statistics published by the Moroccan author
The French Accor group announced plans to invest 70 million Euro in the Tunisian tourism industry.