February 1, 2004
Two suicide bombers blew themselves up at the offices of two rival Kurdish parties in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil Sunday.
Israeli troops raided the West Bank city of Jericho early Sunday for the first time in months, and surrounded a house suspected to hold several Fatah
Work will start soon on a $28.3 million project to renovate the Tadji Military Base and Iraqi Armed Forces recruiting stations. The project is funded through the Project Management Office (PMO) of the
Work will start soon on a $46.7 million project to renovate the Al-Kasik Army Base for the Iraqi Armed Forces. The project is funded through the Project Management Office (PMO) of the US-backed Coalit
Work will start soon on a $65.4 million project to rebuild the An Numiniyah military base for the Iraqi Armed Forces. The project is funded through the Project Management Office (PMO) of the US-backed
Work will start soon on a $10.3 million project to renovate the Umm Qasr Naval Base for the Iraqi Armed Forces. The project is funded through the Project Management Office (PMO) of the Coalition Provi
Representatives of the US lead Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) held an open meeting with Iraqi business people on January 29, 2004. Iraqi companies, together with the CPA’s Project Management
Hilton International has announced its development plans for Saudi Arabia for 2004, with specific reference to the Jeddah Palace and strong Saudization programs. Hilton International currently employ
The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors have authorized the bank to act as an administrator for the Iraq Trust Fund which will finance a program of emergency projects and technical assistance.
In a bid to offset the spread of anti-American messages by pan-Arab media outlets, the US government will begin broadcasting the Al-Hurra satellite television network to the Middle East in the coming
Iraq’s financial sector was transformed yesterday when the Central Bank extended operating licenses to the National Bank of Kuwait, UK-based Standard Chartered and the Hong Kong Shanghai Bank, ending
The United Nations Security Council has decided to step up the world body’s sanctions regime against Osama Bin Laden, members of Al-Qaeda and the Taliban and other individuals and groups associated wi
US-based engineering and construction conglomerate Parsons has been awarded a contract to reconstruct and renovate the Tadji military base and the Iraqi Armed Forces recruiting stations.
US engineering firm Foster-Miller’s LAST Armor Division has signed a seven million dollar contract with the US Marines to provide ceramic door armor for Marine Humvees in Iraq that will increase prote
January 31, 2004
A car bomb exploded Saturday outside a police station in Iraq's third largest city, killing at least nine people and wounding 45, witnesses and hospit