Iraq

December 13, 2003

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Iraqi resistance fighters detonated a bomb alongside a U.S. military convoy west of Baghdad on Friday, killing one soldier and wounding two others.

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Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram has headed off to Egypt where she is scheduled to hold a private concert at Sameer Amis exclusively for Egyptian and Lebanese businessmen

December 12, 2003

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President Bush warned Israel anew on Friday not to take actions that would make it harder to create a Palestinian state.

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Iraq's Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari and his accompanying delegation arrived in Riyadh on Friday. At King Khalid International Airport, they were re

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Iranian President Mohammad Khatami gave assurances that lawyer and Nobel peace laureate Shirin Ebadi can work in security despite having received her

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Iraqi resistance fired a salvo of mortar shells at US occupation headquarters early Friday in the first attack against this target since the Americans

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Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said in an interview published Friday in Germany that his cabinet had no plans to expel Yasser Arafat, but that if

December 11, 2003

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A suicide bombing attack Thursday left casualties near the entrance to a US army base in the Iraqi town of Ramadi, west of Baghdad, a military spokesm

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An explosion on Thursday took place in downtown Tel Aviv, killing at least three people. At least 18 people were injured in the explosion.

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The US administration has authorized the formation of an Iraqi intelligence service to spy on groups and individuals inside Iraq that are targeting US

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Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei, also known as Abu Ala, warned Israel against taking unilateral steps, such as seizing parts of the West Bank a

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American soldiers shot dead a senior officer of the paramilitary group Saddam Fedayeen after storming his house in the northern city of Mosul on Wedne

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Free trade negotiations between Morocco and the United States broke down this week over disagreements on access to US wheat, beef and poultry. Both sides hoped to finalize a free trade agreement by th

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US Treasury Secretary John Snow met with James Baker, a former secretary of state and a former secretary of the treasury, in Washington December 10, 2003 to discuss US efforts to restructure and reduc

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One year after the first Arab Human Development Report was published by the UN Development Program (UNDP), its 2003 successor is continuing the dialogue among Arab intellectuals and political observer