January 11, 2004
Iran expressed on Sunday its opposition to the US decision to give former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein "prisoner of war" status, the foreign minist
Hundreds of Iraqis demanding jobs resumed protests in the southeastern Iraqi town of Amarah on Sunday, a day after a clash with British soldiers and I
A Palestinian teenager was killed Sunday when Israeli troops opened fire on stone-throwing demonstrators in a town west of the West Bank city of Nablu
A mass grave of Iranian troops was disclosed at Tanumeh area, Iraq near the location where the Iranian army carried out "Karbala five" offensive to re
A 57-year-old man, who had been pulled out alive after spending 13 days beneath the rubble of the quake-hit city of Bam in southeast Iran, died Saturd
George Bush’s former treasury secretary Paul O’Neill has revealed that the US President took office in January 2001 fully intending to invade Iraq and
Sonoran Energy President and CEO Paul Bristol, who is visiting Baghdad, said that the company intends to open an office in Iraq within the next 30 days. The office, which will be located in Baghdad,
Emirates Airlines officially observed the launch of its services to West Africa on January 7 when its Airbus A330-200 aircraft arrived from Dubai to an official welcome at the Murtala Mohammed Interna
Dubai property finance company Amlak has reported a 300 percent growth in profit for 2003 on the back of strong growth in the United Arab Emirates' real estate sector and an expanding client base.
The Islamic Development Bank has allocated $500 million to the Iraq Reconstruction Program. The financing was announced by President of IDB, Ahmad Mohamed Ali at a meeting of Arab organizations and fu
Dubai’s total gross domestic product grew by 6.2 percent to reach 73.3 billion Emirati dirhams ($20 billion) in 2003, against Dh 69.09 billion in 2002, according to the Department of Economic Developm
US-based Harris Corporation has been awarded a $96 million contract for developing an existing but antiquated media network into a modern media organization in Iraq. The Iraqi Media Network program in
January 10, 2004
Iraqi police fired into a crowd of stone-throwing protesters angry over the lack of jobs in the southern town of Amarah on Saturday, killing at least
Iran rejected a U.S. overture for talks between the two nations, saying Saturday that Washington must first end its hostile policy toward Tehran.
The White House has no credible evidence that Iraq tried to move weapons to Syria last year.