October 25, 2003
A Royal Decree was issued on Saturday approving the formation of the new government led by Faisal Al Fayez, <i>Petra</i> news agency reported.
Syria stands strongly behind Iraq in its struggle to regain its sovereignty, the Vice President told a visiting Iraqi delegation on Saturday. Everyon
A U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopter was shot down Saturday by ground fire near former leader Saddam's ancestral hometown of Tikrit, U.S. officials said.
U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary, Paul Wolfowitz pledged Saturday to help US soldiers fighting Saddam Hussein's supporters get more funds to train Iraqis
The US-backed police chief of the major southern Iraqi city of Amarah was shot to death as he left a mosque after prayers, officials said Saturday.
The Chinese Special Envoy to the Middle East Wang Shijie has stressed that peace in the region would not be achieved without Syria and Lebanon. Durin
October 24, 2003
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence is making a report on prewar intelligence on Iraq that is critical of CIA Director George Tenet.
A small bomb exploded on Friday underneath a car belonging to the wife of Israeli Arab Knesset member Issam Mokhawal, which was parked outside their h
International donors Friday pledged more than $33 billion for Iraq's reconstruction in the next four years - about two-thirds of it from the United St
Two U.S. troops were killed and four were injured Friday in a mortar attack on their base north of Baghdad, and another American died in a shootout in
Three Israeli soldiers - two women and a man - were killed and two others were wounded in an attack by at least one Palestinian who early Friday infil
October 23, 2003
A U.S. soldier was killed and two others were injured in a bomb blast Thursday north of Baghdad, according to a military spokesperson.
Saudi Prince Turki al-Faisal told a London conference on Thursday that Saudi police have arrested 600 suspected members of Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda
A bomb exploded Thursday near a pipeline in northern Iraq, killing two Iraqi Civil Defense Corps members and injuring 10 others, U.S. officials said.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday restated Ankara's willingness to dispatch troops to Iraq as he arrived on a two-day visit to T