December 15, 2003
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he does not consider the United States "our enemy" despite Washington's threat of sanctions for alleged support
Leaders of the Hamas as well as Islamic Jihad in Gaza, commenting on the capture of Saddam, have said that despite his arrest, the resistance of the I
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview to the Greek TV, aired Sunday, in which he stressed that the entire Middle East region has been li
One day after the capture of Saddam Hussein, two car bombs exploded on Monday near Iraqi police stations. A third car bomb was discovered outside a po
Syria has refused to comment directly to the capture of the former Iraqi President, Saddam Hussein.
U.S. officials said captured Saddam Hussein faces tough interrogations about ongoing attacks against occupation forces, and his regime's banned weapon
France’s Alstom has signed a contract, valued at around €40 million, with Aluminium Bahrain to supply six top-mounted combustor chambers equipped with Alstom’s EV burner technology. The new combustors
Standard & Poor (S&P)'s Ratings Services has raised its long-term ratings on Israeli mobile operator Partner Communications to BB- from B+. At the same time, the senior unsecured debt rating w
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) has launched an emergency appeal to the international community asking for $193 million to relieve some of th
The capture of Saddam Hussein could help US special envoy James Baker convince European leaders to forgive Iraq’s $120 billion foreign debt burden when he meets with Paris Club creditors this week.
December 14, 2003
President George W. Bush recieved confirmation at 5:00am Sunday that Saddam Hussein had been captured in Iraq and the president sees the detention as
World leaders on Sunday welcomed Saddam Hussein's capture, saying it brought the end to the career of the ousted leader and could mark the beginning o
Sheikh Ahmad Bin Hamoud Al-Khalidi has recanted and withdrawn his earlier "fatwa", describing it as "a grave mistake" in an interview telecast Saturda
Saddam Hussein, wearing a fake beard and burying himself in a cellar to hide from U.S. troops, was caught alive near his hometown of Tikrit.
Saddam Hussein has been arrested in Tikrit. The former Iraqi leader has been reportedly arrested in his ancestral hometown of Tikrit, according to the