September 27, 2003
Jordan's national cattier Royal Jordanian will not resume flights to Baghdad and Basra airports at present due to a "lack of security and technical a
September 24, 2003
Scotland’s Development Engineering International (DEI), a branch of SKF Reliability Systems, has been awarded a contract to develop a maintenance program for the In Salah Gas project in Algeria.
Longbow, a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman Corporation, has received a contract to provide eight Longbow fire control radars and support to the government of Kuwait.
September 23, 2003
An earthquake measuring 4.4 on the Richter scale jolted eastern Algeria on Tuesday, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries, offici
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected to officially visit Iran in the near future, Iran's Ambassador to Ankara, Firouz Dolatabadi sa
September 17, 2003
Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, leader of Lebanon's Hizbullah resistance movement, said on Wednesday that the upcoming weeks will be "decisive" with regards
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries Fund for International Development has approved a grant of $300,000 to support a program designed to help protect dryland countries in North and W
The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) recently awarded a $465,000 grant to Algeria's Ministry of Transportation to help fund a feasibility study on improving flight safety and efficiency through
The US Trade and Development Agency has awarded Oman's Ministry of Transport and Communications a $460,000 grant to study the feasibility of using International Satellite Test Beds for advanced air tr
September 14, 2003
SES Aatra has signed five new contracts for the provision of Astra one-way satellite broadband services at Europe's orbital position of 19.2 degrees East. The high speed satellite Internet services vi
Dow Jones Indexes announced component changes in the Dow Jones Islamic Titans 100 Indexes and its three subindexes as a result of the regular quarterly review of the Dow Jones Islamic Market Index.
September 8, 2003
Six people were killed, two reported missing and an estimated 30 injured after violent storms hit eastern Algeria, the country's media reported on Sun
The United Nations' nuclear watchdog is expected to call upon Iran to allow tougher, surprise inspections of its nuclear program, at a meeting opening
September 4, 2003
US troops exchanged fire with Iraqi fighters who threw at least six mortar rounds at them in downtown Tikrit, and arrested four people, including a su
First Calgary Petroleums (FCP) has reported that drilling operations have commenced on the MLE-4 appraisal well on the company’s Ledjmet Block 405b in Algeria and the testing program is now underway o