June 23, 2004
Emaar Properties has set its sights high, with plans to create the big city “buzz” through its development of Downtown Dubai as a vibrant urban district to match New York’s Lower Manhattan, London’s W
June 22, 2004
Egyptian singer Shireen Ahmad is scheduled to head to Lebanon this week to take part in the special celebration for the official launching of the Pan Arab Games
June 16, 2004
Tunisian singer Latifa has lit the flame for the Athena's Olympics in Cairo representing her country Tunisia and all the Northern Arab African Countries
Lebanese singer Najwa Karam has announced that she has finally decided on a release date for her upcoming album "Leah Imghair" (Why are you Changed) to be on June 24, 2004
June 14, 2004
It has become almost confirmed that Rotana Production Company, which has exclusive rights to broadcast the Carthage festival for past years, had forced some changes in the names of singers to particip
The Algerian government plans to start up 100,000 companies of various sizes "to create an economic dynamics, reduce unemployment and put in place the tools to achieve sustainable development," SME an
June 6, 2004
Egyptian actress Yusra has always been the type of person who never stop to think twice about any rumor that is created about her, but when her personal life is targeted attempting to hurt her marriag
The World Bank’s Board of Directors last week voiced its support for a new country assistance strategy (CAS), aimed at supporting the Government of Tunisia in tackling pressing socio-economic challeng
June 1, 2004
Representatives of Tourism and Travel Offices from both Syria and Tunisia stressed Monday the importance of bilateral and inter-Arab cooperation in or
Iran has manufactured for the first time ever an anti-ship missile named "Kosar" in line with its strategy to reinforce its defensive capabilities, an
BTU Power Company announced Monday the completion of its acquisition from PSEG Global, a subsidiary of Public Service Enterprise Group, of a 60% equity interest in Tunisia's Carthage Power Company.
Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI) has announced the launch of the new Dubai TV unveiling an exciting program line up aimed at the Arab family audience.
May 31, 2004
The Bush administration fears "Islamic extremists" might seize control of the Gaza Strip after Israel's planned withdrawal.
Tunisian President Zein Al Abadin Bin Ali has honored Iraqi singer Kathem El Saher during a special ceremony held in celebration of the National Cultural Day
May 30, 2004
Tunisian singer Najla is the living example of sexing-up Arabic video clips and changing them from a musical script to a mere cheap sexual performance