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
Young Tunisian singer Najla and the star of the latest scandalous semi-porn clip showed up at Nawal Al Zoughbi's celebration for the launch of her latest album, stealing the attention of all
Tunisian singer Latifa will perform the leading female role in her first theatre experience in the new play for Mansour Rahbani entitled “Hokom al-Ri3yan”, and will be among the main events of Beit El
The Kingdom's exports to the US are expected to hit the $1 billion mark this year - surpassing last year's unprecedented record of $650 million, outgoing US Ambassador to Jordan Edward Gnehm has said.
The First Water Week of the African Development Bank (ADB) Group began in Tunis on Thursday, with the formal launch of two major initiatives and a road map for the development of water resources in Af
Construction work is underway to build the Salam Tower, which will become Sharjah's tallest standing structure.
July 2, 2004
One wanted suspect was killed and another was injured and arrested in a shootout in Riyadh city on Thursday. According to an official source, quoted F
June 30, 2004
Legal custody of Saddam Hussein and 11 other former officials was transferred to the Iraqis on Wednesday, an international official said.
Lebanese singer Najwa Karam is to take part in the Carthage music festival in Tunisia, which the media called “Rotana Summer Festival in Carthage” as a sign that all participants are singers, who are