November 10, 2003
Iran told Russia on Monday it was temporarily suspending its disputed uranium enrichment program and was giving a letter to the U.N. nuclear watchdog
Dariush Zahedi, a lecturer at the California University, has been released on bail, it was reported in Tehran Monday.
"Terrorism" is set to intensify in Iraq over the next couple of months, U.S. top official Paul Bremer told a British daily on Monday, saying that "sev
HSBC Bank Egypt reported net profits of 67.1 million Egyptian pounds ($10.9 million) for the first nine months of 2003 compared to EP 33.6 million for the same period last year, an increase of 100 per
The number of high tech firms operating from the Palestinian territories increased by 88 percent over the past three years, despite the ongoing Al-Aqsa Intifada. Some 75 Palestinian high tech firms ar
Steel output for the Middle East region increased by 7.5 percent in September year-to-date and by an estimated six percent compared to September 2002, reported the International Iron and Steel Institu
November 9, 2003
At least thirty six people were killed and seven others injured after a passenger bus and a truck collided on the Yazd-Tabas road Saturday night, <i>I
FL Smidth has won a €14.6 million contract to modernize and expand a cement production line near the town of Kermanshar, some 450 kilometers southwest of the Iranian capital, Tehran.
Nepotism is gaining momentum in Iraq as businessmen with close ties to US-endorsed opposition leader Ahmad Chalabi win large contracts in support of the nation’s reconstruction effort. His associates
November 8, 2003
Iran will next week give the International Atomic Energy Agency letters agreeing to surprise United Nations inspections of its nuclear facilites and c
The British Embassy in Bahrain has warned of "a high threat from terrorism" directed against Western targets in this Arab kingdom.
November 7, 2003
Iran on Friday condemned the recent comments made by US President George W. Bush, labeling them as "Obvious interference in Iran`s internal affairs.
The United States will close its missions in Saudi Arabia on Saturday for an undetermined period because of "credible" information that terrorists are
November 6, 2003
President Bush called Thursday for democratic reforms in the Middle East, saying that "freedom can be the future of every nation."
Sheikh Rashid bin Ahmed Al Mu'alla, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Umm Al Qaiwain, has pardoned 126 prisoners. According to WAM, the Ruler's gest