January 20, 2004
Two Israeli "journalists" have attempted to enter the headquarters of the Arab League in Cairo as part of a Spanish television delegation, wh
U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan promised U.S. and Iraqi leaders Monday he would weigh their request to dispatch a U.N. team to study if Iraq could h
Prominent Egyptian singer Angham has recently completed recording the remix of one of the classical songs by the late Saudi singer Talal Madah "Tusadik Wila Ahliflak"
Scenarist Faisal Nada has nominated Lebanese singer Haifa Wahbi for the leading role in the upcoming comedy television series “Hub Sakhin Jidan” (Real Hot Romance) alongside prominent Syrian actor Dur
The Jordanian parliament has voted against the proposed increase in prices and value-added tax (VAT) on a series of goods to offset the impact of the war in Iraq on the domestic economy.
In a bid to boost confidence among international investors, Iraq’s interim administration has agreed to establish an anti-corruption watchdog by the end of the month. Among the office’s first challeng
Assistant Director General of Dubai Municipality for Planning and Building Affairs Hussein Nasser Lootah received an Australian delegation headed by Deputy Secretary at the Department of Agriculture,
US-based Parsons has been awarded a contract from the US Army to restore Northern Iraq’s oil infrastructure to pre-war production levels. The task order contract covers a full range of services with a
US special envoy James Baker will travel to Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia this week to discuss the reduction of Iraq's $120 billion external debt. Baker will also meet with
January 19, 2004
Ousted Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein, will not face trial until Iraq is in the hands of Iraqis, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell told Australian te
Uzbek President Islom Karimov arrives Monday on a two-day official visit to Kuwait. According to KUNA, Karimov is due to hold talks with the Amir Shei
On Monday, US soldiers killed two Yemeni nationals and a Syrian who reportedly "opened fire" on them during a raid on a Baghdad house.
Israel's ambassador to Sweden, Tzvi Mazel, confirmed Monday that the owner of the building which currently houses the Stockholm embassy has asked the
A US soldier injured in a roadside bombing last week has died of his wounds, according to the US command Monday.
Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi has vowed to press ahead with a full deployment of Japanese troops in Iraq as an advance team headed to the I