October 14, 2003
In Iraq, U.S. forces have captured one of the most high-ranking members of Ansar al-Islam, a group suspected of having links to Osama bin Laden's al-Q
October 12, 2003
Egypt's Minister of Information Safwat al-Sherif has met Libyan President Moamer Kadhafi to press him to abandon plans to pull out of the Arab League,
Standard & Poor (S&P)'s has assigned its AAA rating to Turkey’s Garanti Diversified Payment Rights Finance’s $200 million floating-rate notes series 2003-A. The AAA rating is based on the full
October 7, 2003
A Kuwaiti minister has said Libya's President Moamer Kadhafi "will go to hell," after the Libyan leader strongly criticized the emirate, a newspaper r
Following its entry into Sudan in March 2003, Al-Watania Poultry announced that its volume of exports to Sudan has tripled from 20 to 60 metric tons of frozen chicken per month.
September 24, 2003
Families of 27 Libyan victims, killed in the American air strike on Benghazi and Tripoli on April 15, 1986, urged their government on Wednesday to sto
Egypt’s Sinai Cement plans to ship white cement from the Al-Arish Port. The firm forecasts that exports will reach 150,000 tons by the end of 2003, reported ICR. Sinai Cement currently has an annual
September 21, 2003
Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri on Sunday left for a visit to Libya, Tunisia and the US. She and husband Taufik Kiemas as well as high-ran
The bread shortage in Egypt is reportedly reaching crisis proportions as children return to school from summer holidays. Long lines of customers have formed outside bakeries that sell bread at state s
September 14, 2003
Killing Yasser Arafat is one of the options the Israeli government has when it comes to putting into action the security cabinet's decision last week,
The United Nations Security Council ended 11-year-old sanctions against Libya September 12, paving the way for the release of $2.7 billion in compensation for the families of the more than 270 victims
September 12, 2003
The UN Security Council lifted the sanctions imposed on Libya for the 1988 Lockerbie airliner bombing.
Two American soldiers were killed and seven injured in an intense firefight during a raid in Ramadi, according to the US military Friday.
September 10, 2003
Israeli warplanes bombed Wednesday morning the home of Dr. Mahmoud al Zahar, a senior spokesperson for Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Al Zahar sustained mod
The United Nations Security Council delayed a vote formally lifting sanctions on Libya until Friday, September 12. The postponement came after France threatened to veto the move if it did not gain gre