February 17, 2004
The Baghdad unemployment center located beside the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on January 29, 2004. The reconstruction of the new ministry building cost
February 16, 2004
The top U.S. official in Iraq said on Monday that he would block any interim constitution that would make Islam the chief source of law, as some membe
Former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein's parliament speaker, Saadoun Hammadi, has been released after being detained by the US military for nine months, a
In separate roadside bomb attacks Monday, two US soldiers were killed - one in Baghdad and the other in a city northeast of the capital, the US milita
As the US-led occupation in Iraq continues, it seems daily stories of "ordinary" Iraq men, women and children under occupation at times don't reach th
Iraq's deposed leader, Saddam Hussein is unlikely to stand trial for at least another two years, the <i>Guardian</i> newspaper reported on Monday.
France’s BNP Paribas has acquired an additional 10 percent stake in the capital of Banque Marocaine pour le Commerce et l'Industrie through a block trade on Casablanca Stock Exchange.
The Saudi governor of Mecca Prince Abdul Majeed has ordered a probe into the alleged trafficking of infants in the holy city. Majeed set up a special committee to conduct the investigation after polic
February 15, 2004
Iraqi police captured a former Baath Party chairman Saturday who was No. 41 on the U.S. military's most-wanted list.
The French Government will pay as of next month higher pensions to Moroccan War veterans who served in the French Army during its liberation war again
Visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi who arrived in Kuwait City on Saturday to take part in a meeting of foreign ministers of Iraq's neigh
Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Governor of Riyadh region, received on Sunday, Austrian ambassador to the Kingdom, Dr. Harald Wiesner on the occasion
US soldiers killed one Iraqi and wounded six others on Sunday when the Americans opened fire after a roadside bomb went off near a US patrol in the ca
Secretary of State Colin Powell expressed "deep appreciation" to South Korea's foreign minister in a phone call Sunday for the parliament's decision t
Egyptian belly dancer/singer Lucy had just completed recording the songs of her upcoming music album, and begun filming the scenes for her new television drama series "Mala'eeb Shiha" alongside Egypti