October 27, 2003
Saudi interior minister dismissed warnings by Western states that terror attacks may be imminent in the kingdom, saying in it was "their business."
A U.S. soldier was killed overnight in an attack west of the capital Baghdad, according to a military spokesman Monday.
Israel's Defense Ministry has granted several West Bank settler "outposts" the status of a permanent township, making it possible for them to receive
A massive explosion rocked an area of the Iraqi capital of Baghdad Monday near the Red Cross building and four police stations across the city, killin
Mustafa filmed two songs "Rouhi Feek" (My Soul is in You) and "Meen Ghairak" (Who Other than You) in the form of a video clip, shot in Paris under the direction of French director Stephan Leonard
Wealthy Egyptian businessman Amr El Nacharty has threatened to take legal action against Chief Executive of UK supermarket group J Sainsbury's, Sir Peter Davis. Former chairman of Sainsbury's Egyptian
October 26, 2003
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday received at his palace on Sunday an Iraqi delegation of political and religious figures, led by Dr. Wameed
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi said on Sunday that Tehran has provided the UN with the names of 225 people whom it had repatriat
Over 40 percent of Britons believe Prime Minister Tony Blair deliberately distorted information about Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruc
At least one Palestinian was shot dead overnight Sunday by Israeli occupation troops in the Gaza Strip.
The Heads of the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the United Nations (UN) and the World Bank have approved the terms of reference of the Internatio
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)'s Office of Inspector General has reported that as a result of an investigation conducted by its Cairo, Egypt field office, US-based Morc
Operator Orascom Telecom Iraq Corporation has chosen Motorola as its supplier of GSM base stations and transmission equipment for its network to provide communications services to Baghdad and the cent
Donors pledged at least $33 billion for the reconstruction of Iraq at the two-day international conference on Iraq reconstruction in Madrid, organizers announced Friday, October 24, 2003.
Syrian banks are in discussions regarding the return of Iraqi assets back their rightful owners, said Syrian Vice President Abdul Halim Khaddam. US investigators said they have evidence that $3 billio