November 16, 2003
Kirkuk's deputy governor, Ismail Ahmed Rajab al-Hadidi, said he and his driver were injured Sunday in an assassination bid by unknown gunmen. Four gu
An audiotape purportedly made by the ousted president Saddam Hussein told Iraqis on Sunday that the United States and its allies misjudged the difficu
The new accelerated plan for restoring self-rule in Iraq does not mean U.S. troops will withdraw anytime soon, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh said on Saturday that his country had managed through dialogue to change the "fanatic thoughts of many militants.
The visiting Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on Saturday said that Syria and India are looking for achieving similar goals in terms of deve
Israeli Prime Minister said he has no problem meeting newly elected Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei (Abu Ala), in comments published Sunday.
North Korea urged South Koreans Sunday to step up anti-US protests against what it described as American pressure for the dispatch of troops to Iraq.
The Islamic Republic of Iran on Sunday condemned the double synagogue bombing in Istanbul, sending a message that such attacks are "unacceptable" and
President Bush, said in an interview to be broadcast Sunday that attacks on U.S. forces in Iraq are partly the work of "mujaheddin types" and fighters
The Egyptian central directorate of censorship demanded 15 scenes in the Ramadan series “Ta’la Nehlam Bi Bokra” (Lets Dream of Tomorrow) to be re-shot, which show Egyptian actress Laila Olwi in very r
E-vision, the United Arab Emirates (UAE)’s only digital cable TV provider, has announced that all Abu Dhabi districts will be covered by its network. Al-Mafraq, Khalifa A & B, Musafah, Al-Wathba
Some $500 million of Iraqi funds have been deposited into Lebanese banks and should soon be transferred to the US-led occupying forces in Baghdad, said Lebanon’s Prime Minister, Rafik Hariri.
US President George Bush is expected to grant UK-based firms the right to bid for multi-million dollar reconstruction contracts in Iraq during a state visit to Britain next week.
US-based Environmental Chemical Corporation (ECC is partnering with ZapataEngineering to donate much-needed money to the Kyle's Schools campaign. Created by Kyle Barden, an Army ranger serving in Ir
Arotech Corporation’s Israeli subsidiary MDT Protective Industries was awarded its first contracts for armored vehicles for operation in Iraq, with two of these vehicles for an embassy in Baghdad.