October 3, 2003
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
October 2, 2003
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell said on Thursday the United States has "concerns" about settlement activities after Israeli plans to build more t
Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Thursday a new U.S. draft resolution on Iraq does not follow his recommendation for a quick transfer of power to an
Around 100 Iranian workers have been trapped for several days following the collapse of an underground water channel in the center of the country, pre
Germany is to sign an agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to train Iraqi police and military officials in the Gulf state, German government
Chairman of the Iraqi Governing Council (IGC) Iyad Allawi described his visit to Syria earlier this week as "successful", stating it paved the way for
Palestinians are ready for a ceasefire with Israel, but only if foreign observers were in the Mid-East region to monitor the process, Palestinian lead
U.S. forces arrested a suspected former senior official in Saddam's Ba'ath party in northern Iraq, according to officials Thursday.
U.S. arms expert David Kay is to give a first interim progress report to Congress Thursday on his hunt for indications of nuclear, biological and chem
London's case for war against Baghdad was based on poor quality intelligence that was too easily swallowed by ministers, a British former ambassador w
Despite his knowledge of both the US and Israeli governments’ negative stance towards the new Palestinian government, Palestinian president Yasser Ara
Two American troops were killed late Wednesday in Iraq. In one incident, a US soldier was shot dead late Wednesday while on patrol in Baghdad's al-Man
Moroccan singer Samira Said has announced that she is currently in the process of recording the songs for her upcoming album stressing that she will not reveal any information in this regard.