September 25, 2003
Iran would be willing to work with the U.S. on a range of issues, including its nuclear activities, if administration officials "change their approach
A blast Thursday outside a hotel where NBC has its Baghdad offices, killed a security guard, and injured a network soundman, Iraqi police said.
Six Palestinians, including a baby girl, and an Israeli soldier were killed early Thursday in three separate incidents in the West Bank and Gaza Strip
Captaris, a provider of business information delivery solutions, has reported the implementation at Dubai Police in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) of their RightFax solutions enterprise fax and e-docu
US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld told Congress on September 24, 2003 that a Bush administration supplemental budget request of $87 billion is essential for the security of the United States and to
Iraqi Minister of Public Works Nasreen Berwari revealed details of her ministry's plan to restore Iraq's drinking water and sewage treatment infrastructure during a September 24 press briefing at the
Dubai 2003 says it is pleased with the number of official international delegates, media, business leaders, visitors and observers who have flocked to Dubai from all over the world to participate in t
Saudi Aramco has reported a new gas discovery at the Awtad-1 well located west of the Haradh area of the Ghawar Field and southeast of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The well flowed 32 million cubic feet per d
September 24, 2003
U.S. forces on Wednesday killed four Iraqis in two separate incidents near Saddam Hussein's ancestral hometown of Tikrit and seized around 1,000 round
Bulgarian soldiers stationed in Iraq have demanded a 67-percent pay increase to compensate for the dangers they face in that country, the Bulgarian de
Two Iraqis were killed and another injured after U.S. soldiers opened fire while conducting a house-to-house search at a village near Baqubah, located
The spiritual leader of Hamas said Wednesday that his movement will not disarm, agree to a truce or join the new Palestinian government.
An explosive device, possibly meant for an American military vehicle, hit two Iraqi commuter buses Wednesday morning, injuring at least 22 on board th
A journalist working for the Qatar-based Al Jazeera TV network who has been detained in Spain since early September had a key role in Osama bin Laden'
Cupola Teleservices (CTS) has announced the relocation of their Contact Center to Dubai Internet City (DIC). CTS was established in the Jebel Ali Free Zone in 1999. The new facility will be operationa