June 9, 2004
Moscow has reiterated "its principled position" declared during talks between the Russian and US Presidents that "It cooperated and would continue to
June 8, 2004
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh arrived in Washington early on Tuesday in an official visit to the United States to participate in the G-8 summit
The European Investment Bank is lending EUR 100 million to the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company towards construction of a 393 km south-north gas pipeline across Jordan to bring Egyptian natural ga
June 6, 2004
The trial of 12 suspects charged with bombing the US destroyer Cole opened but was immediately adjourned for one month to allow further investigations
An agreement for the electrification of railway lines of Algiers suburbs was signed, Saturday in Algiers, by CEO of the national railway transportation (SNTF), Abdelhamid Lalaimia and Alstom-France CE
June 2, 2004
The Prosecution of Sana'a is investigating a gang counterfeiting foreign currencies. The 10-member gang, consisting of nine Yemenis and an Iraqi natio
June 1, 2004
Yemen and the United States inked on Monday an aid agreement worth $14 million in order to finance vital development projects, which will contribute to reducing poverty and developing agricultural sec
BTU Power Company announced Monday the completion of its acquisition from PSEG Global, a subsidiary of Public Service Enterprise Group, of a 60% equity interest in Tunisia's Carthage Power Company.
May 31, 2004
Information performance and press law must be upgraded in order to match all developments, Yemen's President Saleh stated on Sunday. At his visit to
Between 15 and 30 percent of the capital of Saidal pharmaceutical production group will be opened by the end of this year, Saidal Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Ali Aoun disclosed.
May 30, 2004
Yemeni peacekeeping forces are ready to join the international forces mission in Iraq, a press report said on Sunday. The Yemen Observer weekly quote
Miss India-World 2004 Sayali Bhagat sent an email to Egyptian singer Hisham Abbass requesting she take part in his upcoming music video, and make it similar to (Nari Narain), which was shot in India a
May 27, 2004
Three U.S. Marines were killed in action Wednesday west of Baghdad, the U.S. military said. Meanwhile, Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr agreed to withdra
Yemeni and Italian governments inked in Sana'a on Wednesday a partnership agreement to support the program of sustainable development and preserving the diversity of Socotra island. According to the
Iran's copper reserves reach 2 billion tons which is four percent of the world's total.