December 14, 2003
US-based WorldSpace Corporation, developer of direct satellite delivery for digital audio radio services (DARS), announced its Government Sales Unit has submitted a proposal in partnership with nine o
Finland-based messaging developer Tecnomen has been selected by The Qatar Telecom and its network infrastructure provider, Siemens Mobile Networks, to deliver its Multimedia Messaging Service Centre.
Iraq Procurement 2004, an event organized by Windrush Communications, official media partners for the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce, and supported by the Iraqi Federation of Chambers of Commerce, h
As bidders prepare to submit their pre-qualification documents for Iran's second GSM license, the country's true GSM potential is revealed. Expected duopoly competition and full competition after 2006
December 13, 2003
Damascus radio said Saturday that U.S. President George Bush, signing on the so-called "Syria Accountability Act" under the "pretext of terrorism," ha
More deadly violence has hit Iraq as the top US military commander said that attacks on occupation forces had fallen to "around 20" per day.
A former Iraqi intelligence officer who was believed to have met with the suspected leader of the September 11 attacks has told US interrogators that
Israeli soldiers manning a military checkpoint in the West Bank opened fire on a taxi early Saturday, killing a 20- year-old woman, Palestinian hospit
Iraqi resistance fighters detonated a bomb alongside a U.S. military convoy west of Baghdad on Friday, killing one soldier and wounding two others.
Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram has headed off to Egypt where she is scheduled to hold a private concert at Sameer Amis exclusively for Egyptian and Lebanese businessmen
December 12, 2003
President Bush warned Israel anew on Friday not to take actions that would make it harder to create a Palestinian state.
Iraq's Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari and his accompanying delegation arrived in Riyadh on Friday. At King Khalid International Airport, they were re
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami gave assurances that lawyer and Nobel peace laureate Shirin Ebadi can work in security despite having received her
Iraqi resistance fired a salvo of mortar shells at US occupation headquarters early Friday in the first attack against this target since the Americans
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said in an interview published Friday in Germany that his cabinet had no plans to expel Yasser Arafat, but that if