November 1, 2003
A land mine exploded Saturday on a road in the northern city of Mosul, killing two Americans in passing vehicles and injuring three other people, Iraq
October 31, 2003
A senior Iranian cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati said on Friday that Iran's agreement to sign the additional protocol of the nuclear Non-Proliferation
The Syrian army is inclined to carry out a new redeployment operation in Lebanon following the recent talks between the commanding generals of the Leb
October 30, 2003
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara received in Damascus on Thursday Iranian Ambassador to Syria, Hussein Sheikh al-Islam on the occasion of the
U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said Thursday in a press conference that the "U.S. will stay in Iraq as long as needed to finish up the job."
Up to 40 countries are believed to be capable of manufacturing nuclear weapons, underlining the need to reinforce and update the Nuclear Non-Prolifera
The al-Qaeda network is planning a "death blow" against Americans during the month of Ramadan, a Saudi magazine reported in its issue due out Friday.
The head of the U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency urged Iran on Thursday to ensure nothing was omitted in its declaration on nuclear activities.
Israeli government sources are looking into a purported "message" from Iran that effectively states that Tehran wishes to "open talks with Israel", ac
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak and his accompanying delegation left Triploi late Wednesday following a brief visit to Libya. During his visit, Mubar
An Iranian air force F-4 fighter crashed while on a training flight west of the capital Tehran Wednesday, killing both its crew, the official IRNA new
Shabaan Abdul Rahim refuses to use female dancers in his music videos stressing that he is against the idea and finds it a shameful manner
The Saudi Arabian Amiantit Company was a major participant in the Water Middle East International Conference & Exhibition 2003. This is the first time that Bahrain has hosted the event that was he
The US continues to oppose World Bank assistance to Iran, but has been unable to block loans to that country in recent years, as other large bank shareholders have sought to increase their engagement
Egypt’s fixed lines increased by one million between 2001 and 2002, which bucks a regional trend of GSM-inflicted stagnation in fixed lines growth. Fixed line service (PSTN) revenues are expected to r