Iraq

February 4, 2004

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The US army apologized Wednesday for killing an Iraqi child, as the death toll from Sunday's double suicide bombings climbed to over 100.

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Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's chief of staff Dov Weisglass is to meet his Palestinian counterpart Hassan Abu-Libdeh Wednesday to prepare a pla

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BBC Radio 3 hosted the first Awards for World Music has announced Iraqi singer Kathem El Saher as the winner in the Middle East and North Africa category

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Egyptian actress Summaya Al Khashab revealed that she is seriously thinking of going into the world of music to add a singing career to her acting profession, and has in fact begun choosing the songs

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Dubai Duty Free recorded sales of 146 million Emirati dirhams ($40 million) for the month of January, representing a 35 percent increase over the same period last year.

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Boots & Coots International Well Control expects to continue its operations under the Restore Iraqi Oil (RIO) program as a subcontractor under KBR, the engineering and construction subsidiary of H

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Vanco Energy Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Vanco Morocco, has signed a participation agreement with ENI Morocco to commence drilling of its first deepwater well in its Ras Tafelney exploration pe

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A team including US-based Fluor Corporation has been awarded a task order to build a camp in Iraq for the US Army. Fluor will act as a subcontractor to Readiness Management Support on the Air Force Co

February 3, 2004

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An American soldier was killed and a second was injured Tuesday when a roadside bomb went off during an operation to clear such weapons, the U.S. mili

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King Mohammed VI of Morocco has offered his condolences to the families of the Moroccan victims who died Sunday in a stampede in Mina, Saudi Arabia, d

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دعا عدنان الباجه جي بعثة الامم المتحدة إلى لعراق لوضع بدائل عن الانتخابات في العراق في حال فشلت في ايجاد تسوية للخلافات حول هذا الملف في الشارع العراق

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US troops searching for Izzat Ibrahim al-Duri found nothing after storming his suspected hiding place in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul as two rocke

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An earthquake measuring 3.4 degrees on the open-ended Richter scale hit the border areas of western provinces of  Kurdestan and Kermanshah near the ci

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The first troops of a main Japanese army contingent left for Iraq on Tuesday. Tokyo plans to dispatch about 1,000 military personnel in all to help wi

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair told parliament that an inquiry would be held into whether intelligence about Iraq's "weapons of mass destruction" u