June 19, 2003
Iran will not accept tougher UN inspections of its atomic program unless other signatories to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) agree to prov
Bahrain-based Islamic investment bank, Gulf Finance House, is to set up a captive insurance firm. The venture, which will be the first-of-its-kind in the Middle East, follows recent moves by the Bahra
June 18, 2003
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi said on Wednesday that the recent raid by the French police against the Mujahedin Khalq Organizatio
Two US soldiers guarding a filling station in southern Baghdad were killed in a hand grenade attack, <i>AFP</i> reported Wednesday.
Iran's former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani has predicted that US forces will be compelled to leave the Middle East willingly or unwillingly, sta
The United States army was pursuing a sweep of Saddam Hussein loyalists on Wednesday after rounding up over 400 people in an operation in northern Ira
An Iranian man set himself on fire outside the French embassy in the British capital of London Tuesday in protest at a major crackdown in France on th
Iran's judiciary has set new strict rules governing Internet content, banning the publication and spreading of material deemed to be against the Islam
German police officials arrested fifty people Tuesday after a group of Iranian opposition supporters vandalized the interior of the Iranian consulate
Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak phoned Palestinian leaders Tuesday to brief them on Cairo's efforts to help broker a cease-fire with Israel, the offic
Gulf Air will operate three direct weekly flights to the ancient city of Mashad in Iran effective from June 18. The flights, which will operate, from Bahrain to the city using A320 aircraft, will cont
HP recorded a 36 percent increase in commercial imaging and printing products, and a 20 percent increase in total hardware sales. HP has also overachieved financial targets by a record 110 percent.
With effect from June 18, Gulf Air will operate three direct weekly flights to the ancient city of Mashad in Iran. The flights, which will operate, from Bahrain to the holy city using A320 aircraft, w
IBM Middle East will host the region’s first ‘Digital Media’ roadshow this month, opening the doors of creativity and inspiration for the region’s media industry. The roadshow is visiting the region’s
June 17, 2003
British Foreign Minister, Jack Straw on Tuesday warned other nations against interfering in Iranian politics.