September 21, 2004
President Bush defended his decision to invade Iraq, telling the United Nations Tuesday that it "helped to deliver the Iraqi people from an outlaw dic
Israel's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom met Monday in New York with Tunisian Foreign Minister Habib Ben Yahia at the home of
On September 15, 2004 in Las Vegas Nevada, Tunisian singer Latifa was awarded at the World Music Awards ceremony for her latest album "Habibi Ma Itrouhshi Ibeed", which accomplished the highest record
As a "reward" for the country’s decision to give up weapons of mass destruction, U.S. President Bush has lifted Washington's trade embargo on Libya.
September 20, 2004
Tunisian actress Hind Sabri has signed a contract to star in the new Egyptian film “Aamarat Ya’qoubian” alongside prominent actor Adel Imam
Central Bank of Iran Governor Ebrahim Sheibani said on Sunday that 25 percent of the banking credit in the country is directed for the agriculture sector.
September 13, 2004
A 24-year-old Palestinian man, identified as Rawad Ibrahim Al-Suweirki, was pronounced dead Monday after one week of sustaining serious wounds during
Tunisian singer Latifa has won the World Music Award for her latest album “Ma Itrouhshi Ib’eed” (Don’t Go Far) and the enormous success it has been witnessing around the world
September 12, 2004
Mr. Mohamed Bouchiha, secretary general of the Popular Unity Party (PUP), officially presented Friday his candidacy to the office of President. Bouch
The Managing Director of Doha Bank Sheikh Abdul Rahman bin Mohammed bin Jabor Al Thani stated that the British- based “The Banker” magazine, an affiliate of the Financial Times Group, has granted Doha
September 6, 2004
Iran's government spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said Monday that tehran would by no means exceed the contents of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Trea
Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama denied recent circulating rumors that he has been banned from entering Tunisia after turning down an invitation to hold a special charity concert
August 29, 2004
The Tunis-based African Development Bank (ADB) approved a US$ 2 million donation to eight states, including north African countries, to back their locust-fighting effort. The Bank said in a press rel
The Russian oil prospecting company, Lukoil overseas Anaran LTD, headed by Vyacheslav Kosmynin, opened a representative office in Tehran, <i>Iran News</i> reported Saturday.
August 28, 2004
The American TV network CBS reported Friday that the Federal Bureau of Intelligence (FBI) is convinced an Israeli spy is operating inside the Pentagon