March 26, 2003
Two cruise missiles struck a residential area in Baghdad on Wednesday, killing at least 14 people, Iraqi defense officials said.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard has declined an invitation to attend the Iraq war summit in Washington with US President George W. Bush.
London said on Tuesday the West was hypocritical not to demand the same sort of adherence to UN Security Council resolutions for the Israeli-Palestini
Adel Imam has begun taking on the responsibilities expected of him as a UNHCR Goodwill ambassador and visited refugee camps setup for Iraqi people
Egypt's government issued a decree ordering both private and state-owned exporting companies to sell at least 75 percent of their foreign hard-currency earnings to state-owned banks, in a bid to stave
Iraqi VP Taha Yassin Ramadan criticized Arab leaders for their lack of “concrete support” to his beleaguered nation. His fiery remarks urging the use of oil as a weapon were made after a meeting of th
March 25, 2003
US Secretary of State Colin Powell conceded that the American-led invasion of Iraq had experienced difficulties but he said he was confident it would
A Palestinian boy aged 12 was shot dead by Israeli troops in the northern West Bank town of Jenin, during clashes with stone-throwing Palestinian yout
Egyptian minister of Culture, Farouq Hassan, has decided to halt all cinema, concerts, festivals, and all entertainment activities due to the current war on Iraq and the turmoil that has hit the regio
Egyptian singer Mohammad Munir is to steal the spotlight at the Berlin International Festival 2003 with his song "Madad Ya Rasoul Allah" (Help Our Beloved Prophet"
Egyptian actress Wafa Amer has turned down Egyptian folk singer Shabaan Abdul Rahim for the leading role offered in his upcoming film "Ana Bakrah Israel" (I Hate Israel)
Orascom Construction Industries announced that its consolidated subsidiary Egyptian Cement Company, in association with Palestine Commercial Services Company, has submitted an offer proposing to the B
Nexant, a technology and consulting services provider to the energy industry, has revealed that the number of announced or planned gas-to-liquids projects now includes projects under consideration in
Rally Energy reported that a significantly expanded drilling program was approved for the Issaran field in Egypt. At least 34 wells are planned in the next 12 months with the majority targeting the Nu
The US claims that three private Russian firms are involved in illicit sales of sensitive military equipment to Iraq. Washington believes Russian technicians are currently in Baghdad aiding the Iraqis