January 9, 2004
U.S. occupation forces detained 12 suspected Iraqi resistance fighters in Tikrit in one of the biggest raids since the end of the American-led war.
January 8, 2004
The head of Libya's intelligence service was holding talks in London Thursday with senior MI6 and CIA officers to resolve a dispute over who will dism
Syrian President Bashar Assad is "serious" about renewing peace talks with Israel, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan told Israel's ambassador to A
January 7, 2004
A senior Libyan official denied reports out of Israel that high-level, secret talks had recently been held over the prospect of forging diplomatic tie
Sudanese government and rebel officials inked an accord Wednesday on sharing the nation's wealth, eliminating a key obstacle to reaching a comprehensi
An Israeli parliament member from the Labor party, Efraim Sneh, confirmed that he and another MP, Ilan Shalgi, met earlier this year with the son of L
Abu Dhabi-based Oasis International Leasing has acquired four Embraer EMB-120 turboprop aircraft on lease to a major US airline in cooperation with San Francisco-based Compass Capital Corporation.
January 6, 2004
An Israeli delegation is expected to visit Libya with the aim of reaching a mutual understanding on the signing of a peace agreement, according to the
A source from the Iraqi National Accord (INA) party conveyed to the <i>Al-Sharq Al-Awsat</i> newspaper details about Saddam Hussein's daily routine in
The European Commission (EC) has adopted a plan to deliver €20 million in humanitarian aid to Sudan. The grant is part of a larger €78 million initiative to fund rehabilitation in North Africa, the De
US President Bush asserted Monday that America sanctions against Libya will remain intact despite recent "positive developments" in the country. Bush explained that he was adhering to a declaration of
January 4, 2004
The son of Libya's President Muammar Gadaffi has said Tripoli bought plans to make a nuclear bomb from Pakistani scientists for "millions of pounds",
Turkey exported $47.9 billion worth of goods in 2003, a 32.4 percent increase compared to figures from last year. Exports increased by 51 percent during the month of December reaching $4.9 billion.
January 2, 2004
Libya's prime minister said his country wants to be rewarded for opening up its nuclear sites for inspections, and noted that the United States must l
President Bush said U.S. humanitarian aid to Iranian quake victims does not signify an easing of relations with Tehran, and he demanded the Islamic Re