November 4, 2004
The Kuwaiti national football team is continuing its training camp in Cyprus.
Oman National Electronics (ONE) and Panatech Engineering have now unified their respective businesses to form one company that will be known as Al-Futtaim Panatech, stated a press release.
After the first two months of operation, Air Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE)' economy airline, made its inaugural flight to Doha, Qatar. Flights to Doha will operate Monday through Wednesday as
Besides being a month of giving and fasting, Ramadan is also traditionally a month when purchases of incense plants skyrockets. Local sources estimate
Fitch Ratings has downgraded the Commercial Bank of Dubai’s Individual rating to C from B/C. At the same time, the agency has affirmed the bank's ratings at Long-term A-, Short-term F2, Support 2 and
Egyptian director Majdi Abu Ameireh has brought prominent Egyptian actress Yusra and actor Nour El Sherif together in a new television drama series “Al Hub Moutan” (Love to Death),
BMW Group Middle East reported that 2003 was a top performance year for the car retailer, with sales topping a record 10,251 units in the region, a 38 percent increase compared to figures from 2002.
Syrian drama shows have been a big hit across the Middle East during Ramadan, with shows being aired in Abu Dhabi, Tunisia, Morocco and as far as Euro
The United Arab Emirates has reduced the number of infant deaths by 96 percent during the last 38 years, making it UNICEF's top-ranked Arab country in
Rain, at last, fell on Jordan. Al Rai daily reports that the Kingdom saw its most significant rainfall since last year during the last 24 hours, until
Bahrain-based Gulf International Bank has been mandated by Kuwait’s Commercial Facilities Company to arrange a $100 million syndicated term loan facility. The facility has been fully underwritten by G
Fitch Ratings has assigned the Republic of Turkey's forthcoming Eurobond a B Long-term foreign currency rating. The Outlook for the Long-term ratings remains positive. Local market sentiment remains s
Syria's Vice-President Abdul Halim Khaddam received on Saturday, an Iraqi delegation of intellectuals comprising of writers, authors, poets and journa
EHosting DataFort (EHDF), a fully owned subsidiary of Dubai Technology and Media Free Zone has reported a partnership agreement with Aramex International (Aramex) to provide managed hosting solutions
Lebanese singer Diana Haddad’s husband has launched the new music channel Nojoum from Egypt and is now broadcasting on Nilesat