June 28, 2003
Ayman al-Zawahiri, Osama bin Laden's deputy, was reported Saturday to be in custody in Iran along with several other top Al Qaeda leaders
Two U.S. troops missing for days from a checkpost north of Baghdad have been found dead, a senior U.S. army officer said.
June 27, 2003
Iranian security forces made 4000 arrests during the recent wave of anti-regime protests and unrest, with half of that number still being held, the Is
Attackers opened fire on a U.S. convoy in northeast Baghdad, killing one American soldier and wounding four others, the U.S. military said Saturday.
June 26, 2003
A former Iraqi nuclear scientist has provided US authorities parts and documents from Saddam Hussein's nuclear weapons program from over 12 years ago,
Noble Corporation has entered into option agreements with a subsidiary of AP Moeller that give Noble the right to acquire two jackup drilling units, the Maersk Viking and Maersk Valiant, currently ope
June 25, 2003
Iran's Defense Minister Rear Admiral Ali Shamkhani on Wednesday said the US is pursuing the approach of threat and concessions toward Iran so as to fo
Iran's President Mohammad Khatami on Wednesday said the most crucial task of a divine system and an efficient judiciary is "to make the atmosphere ins
Paul Bremer, the US administrator for Iraq, on Wednesday blamed members of the banned Baath Party for acts of sabotage and a power cut in Baghdad.
Yemeni forces launched missiles and artillery shells on Wednesday at the hideouts of suspected militants blamed for an armed assault on an army medica
Forged copies of Lebanese singer George Wassouf upcoming album “Salaf Wa Dain" (Borrow and Debt) have been leaked to the public before the official scheduled release
Valtra, part of Finland’s KONE group, received an order from Iran for 500 140-horsepower tractors, equipped with air-conditioning and adapted to conditions in Iran. They will be built in Valtra’s Suol
June 24, 2003
Most Americans would support the United States taking military action to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear, according to a new <i>Washington Post-ABC N
Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram’s plans to sing at the Tunisian International Music Festival have been cancelled due to a number of unexpected misfortunes
The United States is deeply concerned about information the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has verified concerning Iran's nuclear program, says Ambassador Kenneth Brill. Responding on June