June 8, 2003
The use of nuclear, chemical or biological weapons is "haram," (forbidden by Islam), Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi said Sunday.
Saddam Hussein's intelligence agencies managed a network of secret cells that executed chemical and biological research but produced no weapons, <i>Th
United States Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security John Bolton traveled to Israel during the weekend for unannounced me
President of the French Business Group (FBG), Christian Laine, has said that political and economic relations between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and France are exceptionally warm and will continue
June 7, 2003
UN inspectors arrived in Tehran Saturday, a day after the UN nuclear watchdog claimed Iran had failed to respect its nuclear safeguards agreement.
An American soldier was killed and four others injured Saturday in an attack near Tikrit north of Baghdad, a military statement said. It was at least
June 6, 2003
The U.N. nuclear agency said Friday that Iran failed to honor promises made under an agreement to safeguard nuclear material, a diplomat said.
A small team of U.N. nuclear experts arrived in Baghdad on Friday to start a damage assessment at Iraq's biggest nuclear facility, left unguarded by A
June 5, 2003
Russia will be supplying nuclear fuel for the Bushehr nuclear power plant it is building in Iran even if the latter fails to sign an additional protoc
In his first public reaction to the U.S.-led summit in Aqaba, Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat said on Thursday that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Shar
With the aim of restoring people’s livelihoods as soon as possible, the World Bank approved a $180 million loan to support the Islamic Republic of Iran in relieving social and economic hardships cause
Avaya Inc., a global provider of communications networks and services for businesses, has appointed Ivan Arrieta as vice president Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa and the Confederat
June 4, 2003
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Wednesday reiterated that Iran did not seek to wage a war against any country, but warned that a military
U.S. President George Bush, Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Ariel Sharon ended summit talks in Aqaba, Jordan Wednesday wit
Iran released two boats carrying four US soldiers, an oil contractor and two civilian ship captains, but two drivers remained in detention Tuesday, US