Algeria

February 25, 2003

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British Energy Minister Brian Wilson was concluded a three-day visit to Algeria last week to discuss the possibility of importing liquefied natural gas (KNG) from the North African producer to the UK

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Federation of Design and Construction Services of Thailand (Fedcon) won a $27 million contract to become the designer and project management consultant for the athletes' village at the 15th Asian Game

February 18, 2003

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Kuwait's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and acting Minister of Finance and Planning, Sheikh Dr. Mohammed Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah arrived in Kuw

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Recent rumors had it that Algerian singer Fula had numerous problems with her business manager that led to a split between the two

February 17, 2003

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A resolution to end the worst rift in NATO history was reached Sunday, following a discordant debate over Turkey’s request to grant it defensive assis

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Algerie Telecom has selected Sweden’s Ericsson to install its second GSM network. The $162.3 million contract will establish 700,000 lines, providing services to 12 of Algeria’s 48 provinces.

February 16, 2003

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In Algeria, two members of a local security force were killed Saturday in the northeastern region of Kabylie, according to security sources.  The two

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Turkish media Saturday reported that a mysterious convoy of four-wheel drive vehicles had entered northern Iraq, possibly carrying United States soldi

February 13, 2003

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Prince Naif bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi Minister of Interior and President of the Supreme Hajj Committee, received in Makkah Wednesday night the former A

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The EU Commission stepped up pressure on Algeria to reevaluate its position on destination clauses contained in natural gas sales contracts, which are incompatible with the EU’s single market. Russia'

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Iraq broke a $3.8 billion oilfield development contract, for the second time, with Russian oil giant Lukoil. The Ministry of oil insisted that the decision was final and that the government will not e

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Radcom, a network test and quality management solutions provider, will unveil the Cellular Performer, a comprehensive cellular test solution based on the company's next generation performer platform,

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Spain’s Repsol Oil Company has signed an agreement with Australia’s Woodside Petroleum and Portugal Partex Oil and Gas to explore an oil block in Algeria’s Berkine Basin. Repsol will hold a 55 percent

February 12, 2003

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Four people were killed and ten others injured when two cars collided on the Neyshabour-Mashhad road in the northeastern province of Neyshabour, Iran

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The Spanish government has agreed to finance a Turkish State Railways rehabilitation initiative. The $400 million loan will fund the re-construction of the Ankara – Istanbul railway line. Traveling ti