January 4, 2004
Saudi Interior Minister Prince Naif bin Abdulaziz, who also serves as the Honorary President of the Arab Interior Ministers Council, met in Tunis Satu
On a surprise visit to British forces, Prime Minister Tony Blair said Sunday that Iraq was a "test case" in the global fight against "terror" and repr
In her first movie "The Dutch Experience", alongside prominent Egyptian comedian Adel Imam, Lebanese singer/actress Nicole Saba admits that her looks were the main reason behind her receiving the role
The US-led Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), in conjunction with the US Department of State, is expanding its Fulbright Scholarship program in Iraq to include the Fulbright American Studies Insti
Leading Saudi businesswomen have contributed extensively in development, event logistics and delegate management for the fifth annual Jeddah Economic Forum. Chairman of the Jeddah Marketing Board
The US-led occupying Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) has announced that it has awarded about $1.6 million in contracts for community projects in the region of Diwaniyah, Iraq.
The United States will issue temporary licenses to individuals and non-governmental organizations permitting the transfer of funds and export of specialized equipment to aid the victims of the devasta
January 3, 2004
Iraqi resistance fighters hit a U.S. base in central Iraq with mortar shells, killing one American soldier and injuring two others, a U.S. military sp
Iran`s Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi paid a visit Saturday to Damascus. He held separate meetings with Syrian President Bashar Assad and Foreign Min
Attackers derailed a train in western Iraq, hitting it with a Rocket-Propelled Grenade, a US military statement said Saturday.
Egyptian actress Muna Shalabi stressed that she does not mind taking part in works that require her to be in some ways seductive especially if the scene calls for it
January 2, 2004
American forces captured an Iraqi who was believed to be smuggling foreign fighters into Iraq from Syria, and also captured 10 fighters northeast of B
Libya's prime minister said his country wants to be rewarded for opening up its nuclear sites for inspections, and noted that the United States must l
January 1, 2004
A roadside bomb killed an Iraqi civilian Thursday when he stepped from his car near Kirkuk in northern Iraq, police said.