January 19, 2004
The Algerian Health Ministry "categorically" denied Sunday the rumours about the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in the country.
On Monday, US soldiers killed two Yemeni nationals and a Syrian who reportedly "opened fire" on them during a raid on a Baghdad house.
Israel's ambassador to Sweden, Tzvi Mazel, confirmed Monday that the owner of the building which currently houses the Stockholm embassy has asked the
Capital Intelligence has raised Yemen's long-term foreign currency rating to B- from C and its short-term foreign currency rating to B from C. The rating agency also assigned long- and short-term loca
January 18, 2004
Israel's Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, and his inner cabinet on Sunday decided to send a letter to the International Court of Justice in The Hague to
Eight Yemenis were killed on Sunday during a shootout between armed tribes, over an ongoing territory dispute in Amran province, located some
UAE Information Minister Abdullah bin Zayd al-Nahyan called on the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to support Yemen's ibd to join
Saudi ambassador to Iran, Dr. Nasir Bin Ahmad Al-Braek met in Tehran Sunday with Mohammad Ali Abtuhi, the Assistant Iranian President for legal and pa
Israeli investors are allegedly negotiating the acquisition of a string of hotels in Sanaa, Yemen, reported <i>Al-Shmoa Magazine</i>. The deal is expected to be approved in the coming weeks.
Emaar Properties has announced that 24 new luxury villas are available for sale and instant occupancy at its Emirates Hills development. Emirates Hills is a residential golf course estate. It feature
January 15, 2004
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh met on Thursday a member of the Cuban ruling party's politburo and State Council, Bidro Ross Layal. According to
Syria's Vice-President Abdul Halim Khaddam received on Thursday an Iraqi delegation representing Islamic Movement of Iraqi Turkmen, the Iraqi Turkmani
January 14, 2004
The Yemeni cabinet approved on Tuesday its 2004 program, which includes detailed plans for all ministries and concerned bodies on local and central le
In a hard-hitting opening address at the Gulf Marketing Forum in Doha yesterday, international broadcaster Tim Sebastian urged the governments of the Middle East to “let us all know where we stand.”
January 13, 2004
Yemen's Deputy Premier and Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Ahmad Sufan met on Tuesday the Iraqi Human Rights Minister Abdul-Baset T