September 5, 2004
People have managed to affect the relation between prince Waleed Bin Talal and Kathem El Saher leading matters to evolve to the extent that Kathem’s accomplishments are not mentioned in any of the pre
Arab Digital Distribution Co. (ADD) joined hands with Emirates Bank (EB), a leading provider of electronic banking services in offering their customers online payment processing solution. EB’s Payme
Muraspec, the largest wallcoverings supplier in the Middle East, has registered a 23 per cent year-on-year increase in turnover for the first six months of 2004.
National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) was declared as the recipient of UAE Bank of the Year 2004 award, by the Banker magazine UK, in an annual contest wherein leading banks are invited to participate.
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) announced Sunday the opening of its Al Ghuaifat Pay Office located at the Customs Area of the Ghuaifat Border Post. The new Al Ghuaifat Pay Office will provide custome
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, Kingdom of Bahrain and Sultanate of Oman Sunday announced the expansion of its international network with the introduction of non-stop fligh
September 3, 2004
Russian forces stormed a school Friday in southern part of the country and battled gunmen holding 1,200 hostages. An official told <i>The AP</I> the d
A strong lobby is emerging in Iraq to promote the idea of diplomatic relations with Israel, the new Iraqi ambassador to London told Tel Aviv-based <i>
September 2, 2004
Syria's Grand Mufti and Head of the Supreme Council of Fatwa, Sheikh Ahmad Keftarou, passed away on Wednesday. He was 89. The Ministry of Islamic Tru
The United Arab Emirates was the leading developing world arms buyer from 1996-2003, with purchases hitting $15.7 billion, according to a U.S. government report.
Muraspec, the largest wallcoverings supplier in the Middle East, has announced its presence at two interiors exhibitions in September – Index and the first ever Emirates Home Show. This is the sevent
September 1, 2004
The United States has circulated a draft resolution to other Security Council members, calling for Syrian forces to withdraw "without delay" from Leba
Gunmen shot and killed three Iraqi women who worked at a U.S. base in northern Iraq and a mortar barrage killed another civilian, police said Wednesda
Ducab, the leading manufacturer of high quality power cables in the Middle East, have recently been awarded the prestigious Cable System contract for Dubai Electricity and Water Authority's (DEWA) new
August 31, 2004
Israel's supreme court authorised members of the country's Druze community for the first time to make a pilgrimage to Syria, which is officially at wa