August 9, 2004
Lebanese singe Amal Hijazi announced that she is preparing to hold seven concerts consecutively in different cities around Tunisia
Following the launch of the UAE’s first quick, high-quality servicing within the Al Yousuf showroom and workshop facility, Al Yousuf has reported a 30% increase in its service activities since it was
August 7, 2004
The Israeli Army said on Saturday its troops foiled an attempted attack close to the "Rafiah Yam" settlement in the southern Gaza Strip late Friday, k
High government officials in Tunisia have released an order to forbid the entrance of Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama into Tunisia
August 5, 2004
Prominent Tunisian singer Latifa revealed that she refuses to waste her time watching satellite music channels and prefers to watch the Middle Eastern news channel Al Jazeera
Egyptian actress Muna Zaki is currently preparing to take part in the new movie entitled “Al-Dunya Hilwa Wayak” (The World is Beautiful with You) alongside Egyptian actor Hani Salamah
July 28, 2004
Lebanese singers Wael Kfouri and Amal Hijazi had one of the most successful performances during the Carthage festival nights in Tunisia, where the two competed to gain the love and affection of the fa
Egyptian singer Shireen Ahmad is preparing to enter her second acting experience, in the hope that it will be more successful than her first in the movie “Mido Trouble”, which proved to be a complete
July 27, 2004
The Facility for Euro-Mediterranean Investment and Partnership (FEMIP) is to grant a loan of EUR 34 million in support of a new capital project aimed at cleaning up the Taparura site, in Sfax, Tunisia
The European Commission has adopted a € 11 million program to support the Yemeni government's attempts to improve food security and alleviate poverty in the country.
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.