July 11, 2003
Former Iranian president Hashemi Rafsanjani Friday advised the US to shift its policy in favor of serving masses in Iraq so as to get rid of a "quagmi
Spain's cabinet approved plans on Friday to dispatch 1,300 soldiers to help keep the peace in Iraq.
July 10, 2003
Iran strongly denied on Thursday an American accusation that it had moved some border posts several kilometres into Iraq.
Hundreds of Iranian-Americans gathered Wednesday on Capitol Hill to protest the regime in Tehran at an event marking the fourth anniversary of student
The host of the “Al Itijah Al Muakis” on Al Jazeera has invited the singer to be on his show to discuss the recent commotion her song “Akhasmak Aah” has caused throughout the Arab world
The Jordan Tourism Board has launched a new sales drive and communications campaign to promote Jordan as a leisure, business and Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) destination fo
July 9, 2003
Turkish security forces Tuesday arrested 28 Turkish nationals at the border crossing with Iran after they insulted border officials and pelted them wi
Iran hopes to establish an air link between Amman, Tehran and Baghdad, Iranian Transport Minister Ahmad Khoram said Tuesday, quoted by Petra news agen
US troops came under attack on Wednesday, with insurgents in Fallujah firing two rocket-propelled grenades at soldiers. The US military and police off
Iran may succeed in producing a nuclear weapon within little more than two years, a US senator said Tuesday. An exiled Iranian opposition group said
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Mohamed ElBaradei, arrived in Tehran Wednesday morning, <i>IRNA</I> reported. ElBaradei was
For the first time, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations has delivered a substantial amount of seeds and tools by road to previously inaccessible rebel held areas in the N
Licensed Internet service providers in the countries of North Africa and the Levant collected less than $89 million of a total Internet access services market valued at $182 million in 2002.
The Radisson Hotel, Muscat, is expecting a boom in business guests after a relaxation of visa entry rules into Oman. The Sultanate has announced a one-year multiple entry visit visa, for business peop
July 8, 2003
Iranian conjoined twins Ladan and Laleh Bijani both died on Tuesday after a historic operation to separate them in Singapore's Raffle hospital, the ho