February 1, 2004
Iraq’s financial sector was transformed yesterday when the Central Bank extended operating licenses to the National Bank of Kuwait, UK-based Standard Chartered and the Hong Kong Shanghai Bank, ending
The United Nations Security Council has decided to step up the world body’s sanctions regime against Osama Bin Laden, members of Al-Qaeda and the Taliban and other individuals and groups associated wi
US-based engineering and construction conglomerate Parsons has been awarded a contract to reconstruct and renovate the Tadji military base and the Iraqi Armed Forces recruiting stations.
US engineering firm Foster-Miller’s LAST Armor Division has signed a seven million dollar contract with the US Marines to provide ceramic door armor for Marine Humvees in Iraq that will increase prote
January 31, 2004
A car bomb exploded Saturday outside a police station in Iraq's third largest city, killing at least nine people and wounding 45, witnesses and hospit
A car bomb went off Saturday outside a police station in Iraq's third largest city, killing at least nine people and injuring 45, witnesses and hospit
A homemade bomb planted on a road went off Saturday as a U.S. military convoy passed by, killing three troops, the U.S. military said.
January 30, 2004
Lebanese singer Alissa was in London where she took part in a special press conference held by Pepsi Cola Company, for the world debut of a Pepsi commercial — starring Britney Spears, Beyonce Knowles
January 29, 2004
The arrest of top al-Qaeda operative Hassan Ghul shows that Osama bin Laden's network is seeking to "establish a foothold" in Iraq, a US commander sai
A roadside bomb exploded Thursday in a central Iraqi city in the "Sunni Triangle", injuring at least 11 people, police said.
At least 10 people were killed and more than 40 others were injured by a suicide bomber who set off a device Thursday on a bus in central Jerusalem, e
After the major crisis that took place between Egyptian belly dancer and actress Dina and her colleague actress Athar Alhakim over Dina’s dresses, the dancer decided to seek a fashion consultant to ch
January 28, 2004
The Iraqi Al Wifaq movement (Iraqi National Accord Party) has denied a report, published on Tuesday by the London-based <i>Guardian</i> newspaper, whi
Lord Brian Hutton on Wednesday said he was satisfied to announce that Dr. David Kelly, Britain's top Iraq weapons specialist, committed suicide and th
US authorities on Wednesday prepared to destroy Saddam Hussein's five palatial homes in the village where he was born, having stripped them of expensi