November 7, 2003
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
Iraqi singer Kathem El Saher has turned down an offer to star in the new Palestinian film “Nidal” (Struggle), stressing that he does not intend on entering the acting world at the present time
Nakheel, Dubai's property development company, has signed a deal with IMAX Corporation, a leader in large format entertainment technology, for two IMAX theatres in Dubai. The first theatre will be loc
Centurion Petroleum Corporation has been selected for a 100 percent working interest contract to develop Egypt’s Oil Block 2 in the Kom Ombo Basin. Centurion has committed to spend two million dollars
November 5, 2003
An Iraqi farmer was shot dead by US troops who were combing farms in Mokdadiyah near Baqubah, northeast of Baghdad, a relative said Wednesday.
Britain's Defense Secretary Geoff Hoon said Wednesday that the security situation in Iraq remains a concern, but he insisted most parts of the occupie
A Royal Decree was issued on Tuesday appointing Sameer Rifai as Minister of the Royal Hashemite Court as of Nov.5, Petra news agency reported. © 200
The market for packaged foods has been growing by nearly 10 percent annually in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, said Dubai-based manufacturer Utmost Food . The increase is driven by high pe
Syria is conserving local and indigenous wild varieties of fruit and nut trees, as well as field and forage crops in arid areas, to preserve the genetic diversity of plant species that are mainstays o