March 21, 2004
A rocket attack near the Iraqi town of Fallujah, west of Baghdad, killed two American troops and injured seven, the U.S. military said Sunday.
Israeli troops killed five Palestinians Sunday morning in a raid on the Gaza Strip town of Abasan, located near Khan Yunis.
Jordanian wireless communications operator XPress has chosen to deploy Tellabs solutions in its core transmission network. The operator will provide a new digital radio trunking service, scheduled to
US congressional investigators estimate that Saddam Hussein's regime received more than $10.1 billion in illegal revenues related to the United Nations (UN)' oil-for-food program from 1997 to 2002.
March 20, 2004
Iraqi resistance fighters killed a U.S. Marine near the town of Fallujah, west of Baghdad, the U.S. military said on Saturday.
Damascus radio on Saturday said that the US President George W. Bush, in his speech Friday at the first anniversary of the start of the war on Iraq, i
President Aleksander Kwasniewski of Poland arrived on Saturday in Riyadh as part of an official visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He was received
Attacks continued in Iraq amid warnings of "some really bad days to come," as the world marked the first anniversary of the US-led war.
In reply to the circulating rumors that attacked Lebanese singer Ragheb Alama stating that he insulted Sudanese women publicly by calling them the ugliest in the world, the singer announced that he is
The Arab Gulf Program for United Nations Development Organizations has reached agreement with Yemen to establish the first Arab bank providing loans for the poor. The bank will offer small loans to th
March 19, 2004
Iraqi resistance fighters killed two U.S. Marines in western Iraq, the military said Friday, and an Iraqi journalist shot by American troops in Baghda
Assailants in a passing car shot and killed a man walking along a street in the French Hill neighborhood in Jerusalem on Friday evening, according to
One year after ordering military attacks against Iraq, US President Bush marked the anniversary Friday by urging resolve in the war against terrorism
A bomb planted by Palestinians overturned an Israeli tank, lightly wounding two soldiers, during a military raid near the Gaza Strip settlement of Net
Secretary of State Colin Powell flew into Baghdad on Friday, making an unannounced visit to the occupied country. Powell's stop came as part of his re