February 3, 2004
An earthquake measuring 3.4 degrees on the open-ended Richter scale hit the border areas of western provinces of Kurdestan and Kermanshah near the ci
The first troops of a main Japanese army contingent left for Iraq on Tuesday. Tokyo plans to dispatch about 1,000 military personnel in all to help wi
British Prime Minister Tony Blair told parliament that an inquiry would be held into whether intelligence about Iraq's "weapons of mass destruction" u
US Secretary of State Powell said he does not know whether he would have recommended an invasion of Iraq if he had been told it had no stockpiles of b
Israel would need one to two years to remove 17 Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip, Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said in remarks published T
Sonoran Energy has sold its interest in several non-strategic oil and gas properties in the United States, and plans to build a focused and efficient portfolio of high producing fields in Iraq and Nor
Hair transplant firm Nu/Hart recently opened the first center in Dubai to meet the growing demand from men and women in the Middle East who are concerned about hair loss. Nu/Hart has performed over
Avenue Energy has signed new joint operating and related agreements with Aladdin Middle East and its affiliates covering drilling and production operations in the Karakilise license and 25 other explo
US-based Weston Solutions has been awarded a $10.2 million task order to renovate the Umm Qasr Naval Base for the Iraqi Armed Forces. Work is expected to be complete by mid-May 2004.
February 2, 2004
A British soldier was killed in an accident in the Iraqi city of Basra, according to the British Ministry of Defense Sunday.
On the occasion of Aid Al Adha, Morocco's King Mohammed VI granted pardon to 360 people sentenced to jail terms. A group of 102 detainees were granted
President George W. Bush ordered the set up a bipartisan commission in the next few days to examine US intelligence operations, including a study of p
Two Israeli soldiers were killed before dawn Monday when an armored personnel carrier hit a military jeep during an Israeli military training exercise
American consortium Nour USA has been awarded a $327 million contract to equip Iraq’s new armed forces and civil defense corps. Some $39 million of the funds has been obligated and work is expected to
United Arab Emirates nationals are the big spenders of the Arab World as they consume approximately $26.8 worth of goods daily, according to an Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development report.