October 30, 2003
Up to 40 countries are believed to be capable of manufacturing nuclear weapons, underlining the need to reinforce and update the Nuclear Non-Prolifera
Iraqi resistance fighters attacked a freight train west of Baghdad and exploded a bomb near a convoy in a northern city, injuring a U.S. soldier, on T
The United Nations is temporarily pulling its staff out of Baghdad while it evaluates the security situation, but U.N. workers will remain in northern
US troops carried out pre-dawn raids Thursday in Saddam Hussein's hometown and detained more than a dozen suspects, the U.S. military said.
Dolphin Energy Limited has signed binding agreements to supply natural gas to two of the UAE’s leading power and water companies. The contracts were signed for the supply of gas to the Abu Dhabi Wate
A Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) plan to establish employment and job training centers throughout Iraq aims to create new jobs and speed the process of rebuilding, according to US and Iraqi off
LogicaCMG has been chosen to provide next generation Short Messaging Service (SMS) infrastructure to MTC-Vodafone (Bahrain), Bahrain's newest mobile phone operator. MTC-Vodafone in Bahrain will deploy
October 29, 2003
Commanders of U.S. military forces responsible for monitoring the border between Iraq and Syria told <i>The Washington Post</i> there is no evidence f
Syria on Wednesday condemned Monday's bombing attack against the International Red Cross headquarters in Baghdad.
Iran's Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi has said that a series of devastating bombings in an around the Iraqi capital have been carried out by those see
The would-be bomber thwarted in Monday's suicide bombing wave in Baghdad was a Yemeni holding a Syrian passport, Iraqi interim Health Minister Khodair
An official source in the Yemeni Ministry of Interior denied on Tuesday reports, published by some news agencies, that Al-Saeed mosque in Dhammar was
Two U.S. soldiers, from the 4th Infantry Division, were killed and one was wounded when their tank was hit by an explosive north of Baghdad, the U.S.
Disputes have once again broken out between Egyptian actresses Nabila Obeid, Yusra and Elham Shahin over their advertising campaigns for the different Ramadan TV drama series they star in
A delegation from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Air Force and Defense Institute, led by Colonel Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Disi, head of the Institute’s Leadership Development Section, recently paid a visit