March 1, 2004
Despite tense relations between the US and Iran, the occupying Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) has backed plans for Iraq to connect its oil supply to Iran with a new pipeline.
February 29, 2004
President Jean-Bertrand Aristide may seek asylum in the north African country of Morocco. Aristide left Haiti on Sunday, bowing to pressure from a re
The 45th session of the Arab Parliamentary Council began Sunday in Damascus. The Saudi Kingdom's delegation to the session is headed by Mansour Abdu
British army chiefs refused to go to war in Iraq until they were reassured over its legality by the country's top law official, according to former ca
Iraqi resistance fighters opened fire on an occupation patrol during an overnight search for roadside bombs in Baghdad, killing one soldier, a U.S. sp
Rumors had it that disputes have broken out between Egyptian belly dancer Dina and Egyptian actress Wafa Amer over the fact that the latter accused Dina of stealing her role in the TV drama series “Fr
In response to Western claims that Saudi charities fund terrorism, the Kingdom has set up a special agency that will oversee the nation's fund raising abroad. The commission will be managed by a group
Senior representatives from Iraqi ministries will meet with World Bank and United Nations (UN) officials and major donors to the International Reconstruction Fund Facility from Iraq February 28 to 29
Guidance Financial Group has assisted over 1,000 American households acquire their homes in a Shariah-compliant manner. The company has originated $200 million of home financing contracts in the Unite
The US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the occupying Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) has reported the integration of 13 new telephone switches and an International Satellite Gat
Wireless solutions firm EFJ's wholly-owned subsidiary Transcrypt International has received an order valued at $1.4 million for communication security products for the new Iraqi army.
February 28, 2004
Libyan leader Colonel Moamer Kadhafi claimed his decision late 2003 to abandon all weapons of mass destruction was motivated by self-preservation.
Former chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix said on Saturday he suspected the United States bugged his office and home in the run-up to the Iraq war
Iran's state radio, quoting an unnamed source, said Saturday that Osama bin Laden was captured in Pakistan "a long time ago." Later, a Pakistan army s
Iraqi leaders trying to meet a U.S.-set deadline for finishing an interim constitution on Saturday faced disagreement on major issues, with several Sh