February 8, 2000
The Saudi Commerce Minister Osama Al-Faqih urged the international community to reach consensus on judicial measures and codes to regulate world-wide
The Bahraini public security music band has returned from Bremen (Germany) with a feeling of pride and victory. The band took 1st place in this speci
As Syrian society slowly becomes more computerized, the Tourism Ministry has developed a plan to link all tourism and travel agencies country-wide to
After suffering a near-death experience, the Tunisian national football team has not only survived the first round, but has surpassed all expectations
The anti-normalization committee attacked its board of directors for failing to publish a list containing the names of individuals and companies that
February 7, 2000
Events in the Middle East during the last six months indicate that regional e-commerce is about to blossom.
An umbrella organization of 13 Jordanian opposition groups has reaffirmed their rejection to U.S.-Israeli economic projects in the region, claiming th
A 45-year-old British journalist is biking across Oman for a month and dispatching reports on business, environment, women, development, travel and ar
The Spanish embassy in Beirut has granted $23,000 to rehabilitate 12 apartments that belong to the families of the Lebanese Children Villages Society
Two matches will kick off the quarter finals of the Asian Football Champions Cup tomorrow in Riyadh at the King Fahd International Stadium. Al-Sharq
The Islamic Action Front in Jordan rejected the government's decision to add Saturday to the weekend on grounds that the country should not ''imitate'
February 6, 2000
In its bid to become the Middle East's e-commerce hub, Dubai is investing $200 million to establish an e-commerce and technology free trade zone on th
A march on Parliament was organized for today to protest the body's recent rejection of a law that would increased the severity of those who commit ''
A Qatari organization is relaunching a successful program that trains girls in various fields, including cooking, hospitality, handicrafts and arts, a
The Palestinian agriculture ministry organized yesterday a preliminary meeting for undertaking the upcoming agricultural census. Al Ayam daily repor