Iraq

November 27, 2003

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Several thousand additional Marines will be sent to Iraq next year, the Pentagon said Wednesday in an update that indicated the total US force won't b

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Israeli customs agents seized 400 Osama bin Laden dolls and 50 more Saddam Hussein dolls Wednesday, claiming they were "inciteful material", the custo

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High-level Israeli and Palestinian officials arrived in the British capital of London on Wednesday to participate in a secret conference devoted to th

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Software Solutions provider Comptel Corporation and,Morocco's sole Terrestial Trunked Radio (TETRA) license holder Moratel have signed an agreement for the delivery of the Comptel TETRA solution.   Mo

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Yemen’s General Investment Authority has approved the establishment of a private cement company. Shares worth some 3.8 billion Yemeni riyals will be offered for public subscription as of December 1, 2

November 26, 2003

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A 12-year-old Iraqi boy and four other Iraqis have been killed in a clash with US troops in the northern city of Mosul, it was reported Wednesday.

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Israeli troops on Thursday raided the West Bank city of Jenin and imposed a curfew on the refugee camp in Jenin. Also on Thursday, the Israeli Army ad

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The Bush administration is telling a "shameless lie" when it says it is in Iraq to bring about democracy, Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei

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The former head of Iraq's interim administration, retired Lt. Gen. Jay Garner, said in an interview broadcast Wednesday that the US-led occupation mad

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Syrian Prime Minister Mohammed Naji Otri dismissed the possibility of a US front against Syria, noting that the Iraqi experience has dissuaded Washing

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American forces arrested the wife and daughter of Saddam Hussein's deputy as a major pipeline linking northern Iraqi oilfields to the country's bigges

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The European Commission (EC) hosted the 2nd EC-Lebanon economic dialogue in Brussels. On the Commission, side the discussions were led by Directorate General External Relations, Christian Leffler and

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Iran’s agricultural sector will benefit from a $6.5 million grant recently approved by the Global Environment Facility Council to support the implementation of a new treaty for the protection of the C

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The United Nations Security Council has decided to establish a new committee to continue tracking the financial assets removed from Iraq by individuals connected to Saddam Hussein.

November 25, 2003

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Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi Tuesday defended America's policy in Iraq and vowed to send troops to help reconstruct the war-torn country d