January 13, 2004
Yemen's Deputy Premier and Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Ahmad Sufan met on Tuesday the Iraqi Human Rights Minister Abdul-Baset T
At least seven Iraqis were injured when a protest against unemployment in southern Iraq turned violent.
A US Apache attack helicopter was shot down Tuesday near the Iraqi town of Habbaniyah, some 80 kilometers west of Baghdad - the third helicopter downe
The European Union's foreign policy and security chief Javier Solana met in Tehran Monday with head of the Majlis (Parliament) National Security and F
Iran's deputy president and head of the management and planning organization (MPO) Mohammad Sattarifar said in Tehran Monday that President Khatami's
Former US President Bill Clinton said many Muslims have a "distorted view of the United States because they often judge America solely on the basis of
Lebanese singer Diana Haddad is in the process of making her return to the spotlight after an absence that lasted two years with the release of 4 new songs
US-based Isbre Holding Corporation has appointed New Bridge Strategies as its Middle East business representative. New Bridge will carry out Isbre’s campaign to establish bulk water sales and bottling
The United States continues to have an "ongoing discussion" with Russia over alleged sales of proscribed military equipment to Iraq, according to US State Department spokesman, Adam Ereli.
January 12, 2004
US occupation forces shot dead seven Iraqis who "were trying to steal oil from a pipeline" in central Iraq last night.
Iraq's top Shiite Muslim cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Husseini al-Sistani's, demanded the next legislature be elected, denying Washington's crucial
International power specialist companies are lining up for a slice of two of the world's most potentially lucrative electricity markets, both in the Middle East. As the global power industry becomes
Aramex International, a provider of transportation solutions in the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent, has partnered with Tech Data to serve as its exclusive distributor in Jordan, reported a press
GAC Logistics, a division of the GAC Group, has expanded its logistics services into the Dubai Airport Free Zone, following the signing of two warehouse lease agreements. The warehouses, each 310-squ
January 11, 2004
Japan's Defense Minister departed on a six-day visit to Europe on Sunday for talks on Iraqi reconstruction, while hundreds of protesters demonstrated