March 17, 2004
Spain's incoming prime minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero made clear Wednesday his stance on withdrawing Spanish soldiers from Iraq remained unchan
Palestinian security forces and Hamas fighters exchanged fire in in downtown Gaza City on Wednesday, leaving one person dead and 18 injured.
Egyptian actress Hanan Turk has accepted a leading role in the film “Dunia” by Lebanese director Josleen Saab, which has been rejected by the Egyptian Censorship Committee more than once due to the se
The Italian group Ledger, a leader in the textile market in Italy, will establish an integrated industrial compound made of two plants for weaving and spinning near Rabat.
March 16, 2004
Two Germans working on a water-supply project south of Baghdad were shot dead Tuesday.
US President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair have lost credibility, the world isn't safer now that Saddam Hussein is out of power
London's failure to prepare its troops properly for the postwar situation in Iraq stretched the force to its limit and cost it goodwill with Iraqis, a
Minister of Foreign Affairs Al-Habib bin Yahya said Monday that Tunisia is ready to host the 16th Arab Summit conference slated to take place be
Iraqi Minister of Planning, head of the Strategic Planning Committee for the Reconstruction of Iraq Mahdi Al-Hafez will visit the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (UNESCW
Middle East and North Africa Knowledge Hub inaugurated in Marseilles, Second Conference on Knowledge Economy kicks off in same city The World Bank, the City of Marseilles, and the Institut de la Médi
The United States and the United Arab Emirates signed yesterday a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement that establishes a joint council tasked with examining ways for the two countries to expand t
March 15, 2004
British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said in comments published Monday that Britain and Spain have not put themselves at risk from revenge attacks bec
Three American civilians were shot dead and two wounded in a drive-by shooting Friday in the northern city of Mosul, the U.S. military said Monday.
قال مسؤولون فى كازاخستان اليوم أن رجال الانقاذ عثروا على جثة امرأة وطفل ماتوا خلال الانزلاق الارضى جنوبى كازاخستان أمس وبذلك يرتفع عدد الذين لقوا حتفه
Spain's ruling conservatives crashed to defeat in elections, becoming the first government that backed the U.S.-led war in Iraq to be voted out of off