October 23, 2003
Bahrain-based First Islamic Investment Bank has reported the partial sale of Medifax-EDISM to US-based WebMD Corporation for $280 million. Prior to the closing of the transaction, Medifax will distrib
October 22, 2003
U.S. President George W. Bush Wednesday welcomed Iran's pledge to accept intrusive inspections of its nuclear program as a "very positive development"
Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin has confirmed that his movement is holding the remains of an Israeli soldier killed during an Israeli operation in th
October 21, 2003
Iran said Tuesday it is unshaken by speculation that Israel could carry out pre-emptive military strikes against its nuclear facilities, saying such a
Pakistan's Prime Minister Zafarullah Jamali departed for Tehran Tuesday on a three-day official visit to Iran aimed at strengthening economic cooperat
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi said on Tuesday his country was prepared to show full transparency regarding its nuclear program.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned that Middle East peace is more distant than ever denouncing Israel's "racist" policy against Palestinians
October 20, 2003
The foreign ministers of Britain, France and Germany are to pay an unprecedented visit to Tehran on Tuesday for talks with Iranian President Mohammad
Talks between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency have resulted in an "understanding" that could lead to Tehran signing up to tougher insp
Access infrastructure solutions provider Citrix Systems (Citrix) has announced the launch of its new MetaFrame Access Suite including Citrix MetaFrame Password Manager 2.0, Conferencing Manager 2.0, C
KIPCO Asset Management Company, a Kuwaiti financial investment services company, will be listing its shares on the Kuwait Stock Exchange on October 20, 2003 after unprecedented demand in a pre-listing
October 19, 2003
Iran on Sunday slammed the adoption in Washington of a bill to impose sanctions on Syria and accused American policymakers of being guided by Israel.
Saudi Arabia and Pakistan said Sunday they would dispatch troops to Iraq only if a request was received from the Iraqi people and a consensus was reac
Iran has invited the British, French and German foreign ministers to Tehran to follow up on their initiative to settle a dispute over Tehran's nuclear
The Israeli army began recruiting five reserve battalions Sunday, carrying out a decision made by Israel's Defense Minister Saul Mofaz and approved by