December 1, 2003
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad has called for Washington to use its influence to revive negotiations between his country and Israel, portraying the
The Saudi government has decided to hold back the one billion dollars in assistance it promised to Iraq until the security situation improves and a sovereign government takes office in the Arab state,
Canada’s Anatolia Minerals Development and UK-based Rio Tinto Mining & Exploration have signed an extension of their strategic alliance in Turkey. Terms are similar to those in the previous agreement,
November 30, 2003
American troops killed 46 Iraqis and captured eight in a series of attempted ambushes on U.S. convoys in the central Iraqi city of Samarra on Sunday,
A blast ripped through a car in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, killing a Palestinian activist, witnesses said. In a leaflet distributed by the Islamic Jiha
A Turkish suspect who allegedly ordered the start of a suicide truck bombing attack against an Istanbul synagogue has confessed to having ties with th
At least 16 Kuwaiti nationals were killed and many others injured in Iraq early Sunday when the bus they were traveling in turned over.
The CIA has admitted it "lacked specific information" about alleged Iraqi weapons of mass destruction when it compiled an intelligence estimate last y
Some 300 demonstrators blocked a Palestinian delegation heading to Geneva for the signing of an unofficial peace accord from leaving the Gaza Strip Su
Iraqi fighters ambushed a military convoy in western Iraq near the border with Syria, killing two US troops, the military said Sunday.
National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) will offer money transfer services to Iraq in US dollars or Iraqi dinars through all NBK branches in Kuwait, stated a press release. Group General Manager of Consumer B
November 29, 2003
Yemen's Vice President Abdu-Rabo Mansour Hadi said his country today is better off than ever before, referring to the country's survival of the "ordea
Spain on Saturday confirmed seven members of its intelligence team have been killed in an attack in southern Iraq. Another agent was wounded.
Iran on Saturday expressed confidence that further inspections conducted by the UN atomic watchdog of its nuclear activities will attest to their "s
More than 500 Japanese non-combat ground troops could be sent to southern Iraq in February and March according to a draft plan for their dispatch, Jap