October 8, 2004
Former Iranian president, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani on Friday condemned "state sponsored terrorism" and human rights violations committed by Israel aga
At least six Palestinians died Friday in the Gaza Strip. In one incident, a Palestinian girl was shot dead Friday afternoon by Israeli forces in Beit
Thursday's night car bombings at two Egyptian resorts crowded with Israeli tourists bear the hallmarks of al-Qaeda, Israeli officials said Friday.
British hostage Kenneth Bigley has been executed by his captors in Iraq, Abu Dhabi television reported Friday.
Blasts from a car bomb hit a resort hotel in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula close to the border with Israel, where Israelis were vacationing at the end of a
Officials at the Egyptian Broadcasting Company have announced that they will not allow the screening of Egyptian actresses Yusra, Laila Elwi and Elham Shaheen’s Ramadan drama series from airing on the
October 7, 2004
At least 30 people, most of them Israelis, were killed in a series of bombing attacks at resorts in Sinai, where many Israeli tourists were staying. I
A hotel in central Baghdad came under attack from rocket fire on Thursday evening.
An explosive device hit a U.S. convoy near the city of Fallujah, killing one soldier and wounding two, the US Army said in a statement Thursday.
Prominent Egyptian star Elham Shaheen is expected to compete with her self after it became certain that her two television dramas will be shown during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan
Egyptian singers Angham and Shireen Ahmad will join forces for the first time throughout both their histories and sang a new operetta together with a number of other singers
Lebanese rising singer Mai Hariri has admitted that she has undergone eleven different plastic surgeries on her nose, in addition to surgery on her upper lip
Eight member countries of the Nile Basin Initiative (NBI) have decided to reinforce the capacity of their common organization in terms of formulation of Water Policy.
International oil prices are being driven to record-high levels by "speculative traders," not by a shortfall in global oil stores or a crisis among oil producers, Qatar's energy minister said Wednesd
October 6, 2004
A suicide car bomber attacked Wednesday an Iraqi military camp northwest of Baghdad, killing 16 Iraqis and injuring more than 20, Iraqi officials said