January 25, 2004
An official source at the Saudi Hajj Ministry said Sunday an agreement was recently reached between the Hajj Ministry and Ibrahim Al-Esheikir Al-Jaffa
David Kay, the former chief of the occupation's hunt for Iraq's "weapons of mass destruction", claimed that part of captive leader Saddam Hussein's se
Japan's Defense Agency Director General on Sunday dismissed concerns that Japanese forces getting ready to leave for Iraq were headed into increasingl
A US military helicopter crashed Sunday in the Tigris River in the northern town of Mosul while searching for a soldier, and both crewmembers were mis
A US congressional delegation flew to Libya on Sunday aboard a Navy plane, saying it was the first plane flying an American flag to land in Tripoli si
The US administration has come up with a list of possible changes for Iraq's political transition, according to the <i>Washington Post</i>.
Algerian singer Fula has filed a lawsuit against the Music Production Company Rotana after the company cancelled her contract, demanding that she receives all her legal rights
PRO TECHnology, a Dubai based IT solution provider, announced unprecedented growth figures for the year 2003, where revenue increased by 43 percent over figures from 2002. The company also announced
Jordan’s Atlas Investment Group has launched the Iraq Capital Markets Report. This 146-page guide, available in either English or Arabic, contains detailed features on all 114 companies listed on the
Iran’s Asre Danesh Afzar has signed the first private sector contract with Alcatel for the instillation of high-speed internet connectivity in Iran. The total value of the contract is $10 million.
The Government of Qatar has awarded US engineering company Bechtel a contract to develop the New Doha International Airport (NDIA), which will cost 9.125 billion Qatari riyals ($2.5 billion) for phase
January 24, 2004
Secretary of State Colin Powell said Saturday that Iraq may not have possessed weapons of mass destruction.
Bomb attacks in central Iraq killed five US troops and four Iraqis on Saturday.
Two Palestinians were shot dead by Israeli troops Saturday west of Gaza City, <i>WAFA</I> said. One of the dead was identified as Ashraf Nasrallah Abd
American soldiers in Iraq captured a person who is believed to be a close associate of Abu Musab Zarqawi, described by some as "a key link between al-