January 12, 2003
Algerian security forces killed at least ten armed Islamists on Wednesday during a raid on mountain hideouts in the west of the country, according to
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz met Saturday with Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. He later told the official APS news agency in Algie
Members of Australia's elite Special Air Services (SAS) have started having their sperm frozen ahead of an expected deployment for possible war in Ira
January 9, 2003
The Algerian army will get its first advanced weaponry from the United States soon to beef up a strategy against Islamic rebels now apparently on the
Danish pump manufacturer Grundfos turned down a 100 million Danish krone order from Iraq. The company’s refusal to fill the request is forecasted to cut Grundfos’ annual growth by two percent.
January 8, 2003
Five people were killed and one seriously wounded Wednesday in an attack by Islamic extremists in the village of Douadiche, 200 kilometres west of the
British Defense Minister Geoff Hoon said the international community must demonstrate to Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein that it was serious about enforci
First Calgary Petroleums has made a gas discovery located on its 100 percent held Ledjmet Block in Algeria. Production liner is being set to total depth of 4,390 meters in the MLE-2 discovery well.
The troubled Bahrain-based Gulf Air plans to launch a new airline brand that will operate as the region’s first full-service, all-economy class carrier. Scheduled to make its inaugural flight in June
January 7, 2003
Assailants killed a mayor and his top aide, Algeria's national radio reported Monday.
French troops enforcing a cease-fire in Ivory Coast clashed Monday for a fifth time with anti-government forces, leaving 30 rebels dead and nine Frenc
Personal Envoy of the United Nations Secretary General for the Sahara, James Baker, is expected to tour the Maghreb between January 14-17, it was offi
The head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency, whose agents have been operating in Iraq for two months, said Monday that it was still too early to dete
The ambitious foray of Algeria’s meteorically successful conglomerate, the Khalifa Group, into European markets has met with surprisingly vigorous opposition in France, where the political Left has qu
Austal Ships has secured an order for three Coast Guard patrol boats from the government of Kuwait. With a combined contract value of approximately eight million dollars, the monohulls will be built b