Iraq

January 29, 2004

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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

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A roadside bomb exploded Thursday in a central Iraqi city in the "Sunni Triangle", injuring at least 11 people, police said.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Iran's President Mohammad Khatami said on Wednesday that the government is making every effort to hold free and fair election on February 20 and noted

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A bomb detonated in front of a hotel in central Baghdad Wednesday, destroying the facade of the three-story building and setting cars on fire. At leas

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Tunisia is well positioned to benefit from the recovery in global economic activity expected for 2004, which may lead to an acceleration of non-agricultural activity, according to concluding comments

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Qatar Telecom (Q-Tel)’s Board of Directors is recommending to the General Assembly a dividend payment of 73 percent of the nominal value, which is equal to 7.3 Qatari riyals (two dollars) per share.  

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Iraq’s US-appointed governing council will investigate claims that dozens of Western and Arab political figures accepted oil bribes in exchange for supporting Saddam Hussein prior to the war.

January 27, 2004

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Two Iraqis, working for the CNN were killed, and a third was lightly injured Tuesday afternoon when the cars they were traveling in came under fire.

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Israeli Foreign Minister, Silvan Shalom's visit to Jordan was cancelled, it was announced Tuesday. The Israeli official announcement gave no reason fo

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A huge blast west of Baghdad on Tuesday has killed at least three American troops and two Iraqi civilians, the U.S. military said.