January 14, 2004
A Palestinian suicide bomber set off an explosion Wednesday at the main crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip, killing four Israeli soldiers. The
U.S. forces raided two homes in the central Iraqi city of Samarra early Wednesday, abducting two nephews of the man suspected of organizing the attack
Egyptian actress Summaya Al Khashab has taken a short vacation from her acting career to supervise the interior decoration of her new palace, which her husband, an Arab prince, has bought for her rece
To support Iraqi reconstruction efforts, the Export-Import Bank of the United States is providing short-term credit insurance for the Trade Bank of Iraq, guarantees or insurance in third countries, an
International Net Work of Accountants and Auditors (INAA), a global affiliation of accountants and auditors, has admitted Numerica Chartered Accountants, Dubai as their first Middle East member. Nume
Washington Group International has been selected for a contract to provide a variety of design, engineering, and construction services to the Transatlantic Programs Center of the United States Army Co
Ex-CEO of Al-Tawfeek Company for Investment Funds and Al-Amin Bank Saleh Malaikah has announced the launch of a new bank registered as an offshore Shari'a compliant institution in Labuan, Malaysia.
EgyptAir and Rolls-Royce are finalizing a contract on January 14 for the purchase and long-term technical support of Trent 700 engines which will power the airline's new fleet of Airbus A330 twinjets.
January 13, 2004
US Undersecretary of State for Middle East Affairs, William Burns, Tuesday stressed that Washington backs efforts aiming at reviving peace process on
Yemen's Deputy Premier and Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Ahmad Sufan met on Tuesday the Iraqi Human Rights Minister Abdul-Baset T
At least seven Iraqis were injured when a protest against unemployment in southern Iraq turned violent.
A US Apache attack helicopter was shot down Tuesday near the Iraqi town of Habbaniyah, some 80 kilometers west of Baghdad - the third helicopter downe
The European Union's foreign policy and security chief Javier Solana met in Tehran Monday with head of the Majlis (Parliament) National Security and F
Iran's deputy president and head of the management and planning organization (MPO) Mohammad Sattarifar said in Tehran Monday that President Khatami's
Former US President Bill Clinton said many Muslims have a "distorted view of the United States because they often judge America solely on the basis of