June 16, 2003
Iran has failed to report certain nuclear activities but is taking corrective action, the UN's chief nuclear inspector said Monday.
Iranian youth demonstrated in the streets of Tehran for a sixth consecutive night as US President George W. Bush said the protests were a positive mov
The United Nations nuclear watchdog agency takes up the issue of Iran this week in Vienna to hear a report that says Iran, which is under pressure fro
Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) has successfully check the integrity of its vital crude-oil export flowlines using a robot. The robot has confirmed that the aging conduits are in fair condition. The
Peter Shaw has been appointed Senior Credit Officer, for Standard Chartered Bank in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Iran. The appointment will allow Standard Chartered Bank to exert greater control
The Middle East region continues to offer massive business potential for regional and international companies involved in the power generation, lighting and new and renewable energy industries. In ad
Microsoft executives, partners and enterprise customers gathered this week for the inaugural ‘Financial Services Summit 2003’, bringing regional and international financial services specialists togeth
June 15, 2003
US President George W. Bush called on the international community Sunday to "deal harshly" with Hamas and other Palestinian groups behind anti-Israeli
The Iranian government is being accused of jamming U.S.-supported satellite TV channels, blaming them for inciting the wave of student-led protests th
Tanks were dispatched to Ras al-Khaimah emirate to back a surprising change in succession declared by the emirate's aging ruler. The new move has been
June 14, 2003
Iranian authorities said Saturday they have detained hardliners who are blamed for attacks against pro-democracy demonstrators.
Resigned Egyptian actress Sabrine has decided to postpone her wedding date to Egyptian businessman Tareq Sadiq for the sake of her only son Omar
June 13, 2003
Iran's former president, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, on Friday called on students to be vigilant, not to be influenced and misled by US conspiracies.
Fire blazed on the oil pipeline from Iraq's northern oilfields Friday after what residents said were twin bomb attacks targeting exports through Turke
June 12, 2003
Four people have been arrested in Japan for allegedly exporting equipment to Iran, which could potentially be used in the production of missiles. Th