October 5, 2003
Centurion Energy has reported that that the Sherbean oilfield commenced production on October 2, 2003, from the company's South Manzala Development Lease located in Egypt's Nile delta region.
Fluor Corporation has received a $102-million task order from the US Army Corps of Engineers to support ongoing efforts to repair Iraq's electrical infrastructure. The order was issued under terms of
The hope for billion-dollar contributions to the Iraq reconstruction effort is fading rapidly as industrialized nations release preliminary payment figures ahead of the Madrid Donor Conference set for
October 4, 2003
French President Jacques Chirac said Saturday he was disappointed by a new U.S.-drafted U.N. resolution on Iraq.
During a protest involving former Iraqi troops in the southern city of Basra, British forces shot and killed at least one person.
A US soldier was killed and one was injured in an attack in southeast Baghdad, the U.S. military reported Saturday.
A stone-throwing mob of ex-Iraqi soldiers charged at U.S. soldiers Saturday near a former military airport in central Baghdad where US troops have a l
More than 262,000 Omani citizens are turning out at polling stations throughout the Sultanate on Saturday to cast ballots and decide who will represen
Egyptian director Ismail Abdul Hafez stopped the filming of the TV drama series “Kanaryeh and Friends” for one week, when the leading actress Lucy passed out and fell into a sudden coma
MasterCard International recorded a 16.8 percent gross dollar volume growth in the South Asia, Middle East/Africa region during the first six months of 2003. The region’s GDV growth was up 17.5 percen
October 3, 2003
Explosions killed four Iraqis and wounded five others, it was reported Friday.
US President Bush, defending his decision to go to war in Iraq, said Friday that a search for weapons of mass destruction made clear that Saddam Husse
Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the American policy towards Iraq on Friday, telling an international economic conference that Iraqis trust
Israeli soldiers Friday opened fire on Palestinians near the West Bank city of Jenin, wounding three, one of them seriously.
Chief U.S. weapons inspector David Kay reported Thursday he had found no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, as a new poll indicated Friday Americans