Iraq

December 21, 2003

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Iraqi fighters attacked pipelines and an oil storage depot in three parts of the country, setting fires that blazed for hours and lost millions of gal

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Saddam Hussein was captured by American soldiers only after he had been taken prisoner by Kurdish forces, drugged and abandoned ready for US troops to

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Libya provided intelligence on hundreds of al-Qaeda and other Muslim fighters, in addition to renouncing attempts to develop weapons of mass destructi

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Libya's decision to surrender its weapons of mass destruction program could remove the Arab state from the US list of terrorist-supporting nations, subsequently ending sanctions and the return of US o

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The International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, has approved plans on Thursday for an investment to establish an Iraq Small Business Finance Facility of up to $2

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The European Commission has granted regulatory approval under the Merger Regulation to the proposed acquisition by Norwegian oil company Statoil of a stake in the In Salah joint venture, which is curr

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Perini Corporation has reported the increase of its Task Order with the US Army Corps of Engineers (COE) for additional power restoration work in Iraq. Since announcement of the original award for $66

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The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has completed the sixth review of Turkey's economic performance under the Stand-By Arrangement, and approved the disbursement of an amount

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Saudi Aramco signed a series of four energy conversion agreements on Saturday, December 20, 2003 with a private-sector consortium comprising International Power of the UK and Saudi Oger to implement f

December 20, 2003

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The daughter of a prominent Iraqi opposition leader, who was assassinated in Beirut by Saddam Hussein's secret service in 1994 said she would sue the

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An audiotape thought to be from al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, aired on Saturday, said the war in Iraq is part of a "crusade" against Muslims.

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U.S. soldiers mistakenly shot and killed three Iraqi police officers and injured two others, thinking they were bandits, an Iraqi police officer said

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Spain's Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar paid a surprise visit to his troops in Iraq on Saturday, his office said.

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تراجعت الولايات المتحدة عن انتقادها لخطة "فك الارتباط" التي اطلقها شارون الخميس وكشف النقاب ان رئيس الوزراء الاسرائيلي اطلع واشنطن التي سيزورها على فح

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Lebanese singer and actress Nicole Saba stressed that she will not limit herself to roles as the one she played in the film "A Dutch Experience", but will rather choose roles that vary from one anothe