May 9, 2000
Saudi authorities have called off a briefing due on Tuesday for foreign oil companies aiming to invest in the country's energy sector, industry source
England's twenty Premiership clubs had a combined turnover of 670-million-pound for the last season, and were able to spend a sum of 269-million-pound
Egypt's prime minister Atef Obeid said the government is prepared to shoulder initial costs of preparations for opening foreign markets before Egyptia
Morocco's King Mohammed VI met Algeria's parliament speaker Bashir Boumaaza on Monday, a fresh sign of warming ties between the two regional rivals.
European Union's Middle East envoy Miguel Moratinos arrived in Beirut Monday for talks with senior Lebanese officials on the peace process with Israel
Lebanon will continue its policy of monetary stability despite the pressures the Lebanese pound has come under as a result of Israel's pledge to withd
Iraq is ready to give all the help it can to alleviate the sufferings of the Lebanese people after last week's Israeli attacks on the country, the off
OPEC could raise its oil output towards the end of the year rather than during the summer months, Algerian Energy Minister Chakib Khelil said Monday.
The United Arab Emirates and Yemen discussed prospects for cooperation in oil and gas in Yemen Monday, the official SABA news agency reported. "Cooper
Israel held secret talks with Hizbollah last month that ultimately were derailed by the Syrians, a European radio station is to reveal Tuesday, based
A delegation of the human rights group Amnesty International visited western Algeria Monday, a week into its first mission in the country since the gr
A delegation of Russia's lower chamber of parliament, the Duma, arrived here Monday with a message from newly installed Russian President Vladimir
Syria warned Israel Monday against any "trickery" when it withdraws from southern Lebanon in July, during a summit here between Presidents Hafez al-As
The latest statistics published by Visa International, forecast that the value of e-commerce and Internet-related activities throughout the Middle East region would hit $1 billion by 2002. According
Bahrain's efforts to diversify its economy away from the oil sector have proven successful in recent years. Aluminum Bahrain Company (Alba) represents one such successful diversification effort. In