December 27, 2003
Egyptian actress Yusra has turned down an offer to star in the film “Lao Hakina Ya Habibi” (If We Talked My Love), due to her preoccupation with reading a script for a new film, which she refuses to r
December 26, 2003
Four American troops were killed by bombs and mortars in three separate incidents in Iraq, the U.S. military confirmed on Friday.
A severe earthquake hit the historic city of Bam in southeast Iran on Friday, and the regional governor told reporters that many people were killed or
December 25, 2003
Iraq's Interim Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Thursday Iraqis want to recover their sovereignty "as soon as possible."
Iraqi resistance fighters launched at least 10 rockets and mortar shells hit central Baghdad Thursday, as the American Army announced another US soldi
Moroccan singer Samira Said has announced that she will delay the release of her upcoming album, which was scheduled to hit store January 2004, until a later date
Qatar Airways has signed an agreement with the global reservation company Infini, which will allow customers in Japan to book seats on Qatar Airways flights through more than 6,000 travel agencies.
The International Advisory and Monitoring Board (IAMB) on Iraq met in Washington, DC on December 22, 2003, where members continued its discussion of organizational matters, stated a press release. IA
The Middle East Insurance market is expected to grow six-fold to $44 billion in the next six years, a conference in Bahrain will discuss next month. The massive growth opportunities in the region’s un
The governments of Turkey and Greece formally signed an agreement on December 23, 2003 to build a natural gas pipeline connecting the Middle East to Europe. The agreement will initially will deliver 5
December 24, 2003
British Prime Minister Tony Blair and US President George W. Bush will visit Libya in 2004, Moamer Kadhafi's son Seif al-Islam was quoted as saying on
A roadside bomb went off north of Baghdad on Wednesday, killing three US troops. Elsewhere, three people were killed and 20 others wounded in a suicid
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh paid an inspection visit on Tuesday to the districts of Midi and Harad of Hajja governorate. According to SABA, S
A spokesman for the Iraqi National Congress of Governing Council member Ahmad Chalabi has attacked Jordan, accusing it of sheltering ousted leader Sad
Occupation soldiers arrested dozens of fighters including several associates of a former aide to ousted leader Saddam Hussein who is believed to have