September 18, 2003
US forces on Thursday were reported to have taken heavy casualties in a series of attacks on an American convoy in the town of Khaldiyah, west of Bagh
Washington is stepping up efforts to find evidence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq by offering former scientists immunity from prosecution, th
Germany is ready to help train Iraqi police and soldiers in an indication that its differences with Washington over the US-led war are over, Chancello
American soldiers killed an Iraqi teenager and wounded four other people in Fallujah on Wednesday, according to witnesses.
Former chief UN weapons inspector Hans Blix said on Thursday the US-led war against Iraq was not justified, and that the United States and UK had exag
Thirteen Iranians were killed and some 25 others wounded Thursday when their bus hurtled down a precipice in eastern Turkey, according to local secur
US President Bush said Wednesday there was no evidence that Saddam Hussein was involved in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Egyptian actress Laila Elwi has revealed that her film “Bahib El Cinema” (I Love the Cinema) is finally going through its final stages of production and will soon be screened after being delayed for o
The Lebanese government has extended the short term operating contracts of two mobile phone companies until the end of January 2004. The government offered both the LibanCell and Cellis firms $7.5 mil
An explosion along the Iraqi-Turkish pipeline ignited a large fire early Thursday morning. The cause of the blast has not yet been determined and the extent of damage is unclear.
White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan told reporters on September 16, 2003 that Syria "has a history and continues to harbor and assist terrorists and terrorist organizations, including Hamas, P
Dubai-headquartered Saba Real Estate has appointed UK-based architectural and design firm, RMJM, as the primary consultants for the 36-storey Saba Tower, Dubai's first freehold office property. Saba
Swift Freight International, a Middle East freight forwarder and logistics service provider marked 14 years of operations this September 2003. Swift Freight International now possesses 35 offices wor
September 17, 2003
An Arab satellite station on Wednesday, broadcast what it was claimed was an audiotape of ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
Syria is not responsible for the setbacks of the US-led occupation forces in Iraq and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, according to a Syrian newspape