January 3, 2004
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.
Religious leaders and international personnel began distributing more than $25,000 worth of winter clothing to Iraqi children on Monday, December 29, 2003. The purchase of the garments and footwea
Al-Ghandi Electronics has opened its fourth showroom in Dubai at Al-Ghurair Center. The new showroom is the ninth Al-Ghandi showroom in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Al-Ghandi Electronics has thre
The United Nations has transferred $2.6 billion in surplus funds from its now-defunct "oil-for-food" program to the Development Fund for Iraq. This is the fourth such transfer since the Security Counc
The United Nations health agency has appealed for $3.5 million to buy supplies and rehabilitate Iran’s health facilities to prevent further sickness and deaths in the aftermath of the earthquake that
December 31, 2003
A huge blast took place in central Baghdad on New Year's Eve. Ambulances converged on the area near the former U.S. Embassy. At least five people were
دانت دمشق الاربعاء القرار الاسرائيلي القاضي بزيادة عدد المستوطنين في الجولان المحتل بنسبه 50% ووصفت الخطوة بانها تندرج في اطار سياسة حكومة شارون المعا
Gunfire erupted Wednesday as hundreds of protesters marched in Kirkuk and at least two people were reported killed in this northern city.
The Saudi Health Ministry has established infra-red cameras at all entry points to check pilgrims for symptoms of SARS - severe acute respiratory synd
US-led occupation forces in Iraq were on high alert for "attacks" timed to coincide with the 2004 New Year holiday.
Rumors had it that Lebanese singer Nawal Al Zoughbi was denied a working visa to the US because she had held a private concert in Iraq during the former regime of President Saddam Hussein, a matter th
The US-led occupying authority in Diwaniyah, Iraq, recently awarded $2,000 to local councils in the Qadisiyah Province. After identifying community needs, the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA)-Di