November 10, 2003
U.S. forces clashed with Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq, Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul said Monday.
A U.S. military policeman was killed in a grenade attack in the southern part of Baghdad, the U.S. military said on Monday. This death brings to 151 t
"Terrorism" is set to intensify in Iraq over the next couple of months, U.S. top official Paul Bremer told a British daily on Monday, saying that "sev
Maritime activity in Lebanon dropped by 1.4 percent for the year ending September 2003, with freight activity dropping to 419,500 tons, according to Port of Beirut statistics. For the first-nine mont
An press advertising campaign to promote Masafi mineral water products of has won the Gold award at the 7th GCC Advertising Awards 2003 organized by the International Advertising Association. The adv
Al-Zamil Group of Saudi Arabia and Holland’s Basell Holdings have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a Propylene-Polypropylene Complex in Jubeil Industrial City.
November 9, 2003
The Bush administration is considering possible alternatives to Iraq's governing council to ensure Washington will be able to transfer power as troops
A butcher from the Palestinian Balata refugee camp was shot dead due to his apparent refusal to close down his shop during a funeral procession.
At least thirty six people were killed and seven others injured after a passenger bus and a truck collided on the Yazd-Tabas road Saturday night, <i>I
A US soldier was killed in a bomb blast in Baghdad and British troops came under fire in the southern port of Basra on Sunday.
International carrier Cyprus Airways, set to fly Dubai-Colombo return twice a week, has tied up with the Galadari Group’s five star Galadari Hotel in Sri Lanka’s capital. Introduction of the new S
The Kuwait Commercial Markets Complex Company (KCMCC) and the Iraq Holding Company signed an agreement with the Governor of Basra, Wael Abdullatif, for the development of an entertainment park.
Nepotism is gaining momentum in Iraq as businessmen with close ties to US-endorsed opposition leader Ahmad Chalabi win large contracts in support of the nation’s reconstruction effort. His associates
Kuwait's GSM market leads the Arab World in relatively low cost rates. The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are close contenders with Oman and Saudi Arabia coming behind. Jordan and Palestine's rates
November 8, 2003
Several huge blasts were reported in Baghdad Saturday night. A U.S. army spokesman said he heard two explosions, but there was no immediate informatio