November 9, 2003
Kuwait's GSM market leads the Arab World in relatively low cost rates. The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are close contenders with Oman and Saudi Arabia coming behind. Jordan and Palestine's rates
November 8, 2003
Several huge blasts were reported in Baghdad Saturday night. A U.S. army spokesman said he heard two explosions, but there was no immediate informatio
Iran will next week give the International Atomic Energy Agency letters agreeing to surprise United Nations inspections of its nuclear facilites and c
Syria's Prime Minister, Mohammad Naji Otri said in an interview with the Austrian Standard newspaper that Syria wants to restore the prestige of the i
Iraqi resistance fighters killed two U.S. paratroopers and wounded another west of Baghdad on Saturday.
Four Palestinians were killed Saturday by Israeli fire in two separate incidents in the West Bank and in the Gaza Strip.
As a result of both security concerns and the need for rapid, low-cost deployment, wireless technologies are expected to dominate the voice, data, and Internet services markets in Iraq.
November 7, 2003
The former president of the world’s oldest university al-Azhar, Ahmad Omar Hashem said on Friday that the national resistance against the occupation w
Iran on Friday condemned the recent comments made by US President George W. Bush, labeling them as "Obvious interference in Iran`s internal affairs.
Turkey will not send forces to Iraq, a government official said Friday, after local Iraqi officials stressed they didn't want Turkish soldiers to arri
An Army Black Hawk helicopter crashed Friday near the north-central city of Tikrit, the U.S. military said. At least four U.S. soldiers, the military
Palestinian president, Yasser Arafat, transfers $100,000 from funds directed to the Palestinian Authority to his wife Suha who lives in Paris along wi
November 6, 2003
Two American troops were killed and two injured in separate attacks in Iraq, it was reported on Thursday.
News reports on Thursday said just days before the U.S.-led forces invaded Iraq, officials claiming to speak for Saddam Hussein made a last-ditch atte
Israel Aircraft Industries was engaged in damage control Wednesday after a security lapse allowed a local television channel technician to capture an