February 2, 2004
On the occasion of Aid Al Adha, Morocco's King Mohammed VI granted pardon to 360 people sentenced to jail terms. A group of 102 detainees were granted
President George W. Bush ordered the set up a bipartisan commission in the next few days to examine US intelligence operations, including a study of p
Two Israeli soldiers were killed before dawn Monday when an armored personnel carrier hit a military jeep during an Israeli military training exercise
American consortium Nour USA has been awarded a $327 million contract to equip Iraq’s new armed forces and civil defense corps. Some $39 million of the funds has been obligated and work is expected to
United Arab Emirates nationals are the big spenders of the Arab World as they consume approximately $26.8 worth of goods daily, according to an Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development report.
February 1, 2004
At least 20 Iraqis were killed in Iraq when a munitions depot exploded, the Polish spokesman for the multi-national force in Iraq disclosed.
Palestinian president Yasser Arafat on Sunday said Israel is trying to "hamper the ruling of the International Court of Justice" regarding th
US officials have received "useful information" from direct interrogation of captive leader Saddam Hussein, a top military official said Sunday.
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