May 27, 2004
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.
May 25, 2004
Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al Masri has been arrested by police in London on an extradition warrant issued by the US government.
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh sent on Tuesday a cable of congratulations to the king of Jordan Abdullah II on the occasion of his country's ind
Lebanese Parliament Speaker, Nabih Berri, Tuesday said liberating most of South Lebanon and the West Bekaa form the Israeli occupation in 2000 was ach
May 16, 2004
Yemen's Prime Minister Abdul-Qader Ba-Jammal would head his country's delegation to the Arab summit set to be held in Tunisia in May 22-23, Foreign Mi
An official source at the Saudi Interior Ministry on Sunday categorically denied a report circulated by some news agency Saturday night about exchange
Deputy Chairman of the Ports Company in Hodiedah, Moraed Abdullah Ojeli, said that Hodiedah port witnessed in 2003 an increase of 120 percent in marine movement. Ojeli said in an interview with Ath-T
Morocco will dig at least 8 oil wells this year, with other prospecting to come during the coming years, said head of the national office of hydrocarbons and mining (ONHYM), Amina Benkhadra. “Five on
May 11, 2004
The organizers of the 31st Conference of Islamic Foreign Ministers which will be held next June in Istanbul have unanimously approved Yemen as the hos
Iran Tuesday sent a sterm message to Israel against any military attack on its nuclear sites.
May 10, 2004
First Vice President of the World Bank For Middle East and North Africa, Christian Poortman, praised the level of development of Yemen's economy and s
Lebanese Premier Hariri's list swept all 24 seats of Beirut's municipal council but he failed to get a massive turnout at the polls to assert an unass
May 9, 2004
Business Travel International (BTI), the world’s leading corporate travel management company, is further expanding its Middle East and West Asia (MEWA) operations following the signing of its latest p
Qatar’s State Reserve Fund (SRF) was estimated to be valued at $13.5bn by the end of 2002, according to international ratings agency, Standard & Poor’s. This marks the first time the country’s reserve