Iraq

January 25, 2004

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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

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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

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Japan's Defense Agency Director General on Sunday dismissed concerns that Japanese forces getting ready to leave for Iraq were headed into increasingl

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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

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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

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The US administration has come up with a list of possible changes for Iraq's political transition, according to the <i>Washington Post</i>.

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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

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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

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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

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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.

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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

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Secretary of State Colin Powell said Saturday that Iraq may not have possessed weapons of mass destruction.

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Bomb attacks in central Iraq killed five US troops and four Iraqis on Saturday.

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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

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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-