November 13, 2003
Najeeb Al Salhi - Secretary General of the Free Officers and Civilians Movement (a political party in Iraq) - is publicly criticizing the mechanism of
Italy's Minister of Defense Antonio Martino said Thursday the "same hand" had struck the Italian police base in Nasiriyah as the United States on Sept
A U.S. soldier was killed and two others were injured in an explosion near the Iraqi flashpoint town of Fallujah, witnesses said Thursday.
Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is due to meet his Palestinian counterpart, Ahmed Qurei, also known as Abu Ala, within ten days, Israel's foreign
The US occupation struck at the Iraqi resistance late Wednesday, destroying a warehouse in Baghdad and chasing attackers who were seen firing mortars.
Egyptian actress Nabila Obeid has hired private security guards to protect the advertising posters she has throughout the streets of Egypt for the Ramadan TV drama she stars in “Aunt Nour”
The Egyptian Censors has complained about one of the scenes in the new Ramadan TV drama series series "Mas'alit Mabda" (A Matter of Principle) starring Egyptian actress Ghada Abdul Riziq, which featur
FL Smidth has been awarded a €20 million contract to supply all main mechanical production equipment for a new cement production line in Syria. The equipment will be delivered in the next 18 months.
The railway linking the Syrian town of Aleppo to Mosul in northern Iraq is scheduled to re-open on November 21, 2003. The plan was approved despite the United States’ presence in the region and Tuesda
November 12, 2003
Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud al Said, Deputy Prime Minister for the Omani Council of Ministers, received at his office Wednesday Khalid al Zaituni, Tunisia
A U.S. soldier was killed Tuesday evening when his vehicle drove over a bomb planted on a road north of the capital, the U.S. military said on Wednesd
Investigators were trying to determine the identity of the suspected attacker in the vehicle with DNA analysis of body parts found scattered at the Ri
A huge explosion, caused by a truck bomb, rocked the headquarters of the Italian military police in the southern Iraqi city of Nassiriya shortly befor
Japan on Wednesday issued its strongest public message yet that it would send troops to help rebuild Iraq this year, just days ahead of a visit by U.S
US President Bush's top foreign advisers summoned Iraq's American administrator for urgent White House discussions focused on their growing frustratio