September 3, 2003
Britain's embassy in the Iranian capital of Tehran has been shut down Wednesday after receiving direct hits from a number of shots fired from a nearby
A delegation of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Customs Union commenced Wednesday, September 3, 2003, an inspection visit to the customs ports and crossings in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This
September 2, 2003
Iran's President Mohammed Khatami Tuesday called for the release of university students detained following protests last June.
The Saudi border authorities said Tuesday that during the past six months, it had seized more than 900,000 weapons. Director General of the Border Gua
Jordan's King Abdullah left Amman on Tuesday headed to Tehran for a two-day official visit to Iran.
Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Abdullah bin Abd al-Aziz al-Saud on Tuesday started his official visit in Russia.
August 31, 2003
The European Union's foreign policy chief held talks with senior Israeli officials Sunday, dealing with "concerns" over Iran's nuclear capabilities an
Israel’s nuclear capabilities will open up to discussion for the first time at an international conference organized by the International Atomic Energ
Two drug traffickers were hanged in Iran, according to the Iran newspaper. In its Sunday edition, the paper said that the execution took place last
Philippines' Minister of Foreign Affairs Pilas Opel arrived in Manama on Sunday for a three-day visit to Bahrain. The Filipino minister is expected
August 29, 2003
The chief of the United Nations nuclear body Friday said that Tehran had shopped for nuclear components on the international black market and called o
A massive car bomb exploded at the Imam Ali mosque in Najaf during Friday prayers, killing at least 80 people, including one of Iraq's most important
August 28, 2003
While on visit in Japan, Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi said on Thursday his country had decided to begin talks with the IAEA for inspections
Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi has notified Japan’s Prime Minister that his government is ready to negotiate international inspection of its nuclear program, a move that could influence Tokyo
Five Egyptian oil executives are in custody after being accused of accepting bribes from Western contractors. The officials allegedly received $340,000 under the table from the 11 different service su