September 28, 2003
Iran on Sunday categorically denied having any role in attacks on American troops in Iraq.
Fatah approved a new Palestinian Cabinet on Saturday that included several longtime allies of Yasser Arafat.
Egyptian singer Amr Diab has announced that the circulating rumors about him encountering a heart attack are untrue and stressed that he is enjoying a perfectly healthy lifestyle
Fitch Ratings has upgraded Turkiye Garanti Bankasi's Individual rating to D from D/E. At the same time, the agency has affirmed its Long-term foreign and local currency ratings at B-, Support at 5 an
<b>Date:</b> Sept 28 - Oct 2, 2003 <b>Location:</b> Jeddah International Exhibition and Convention Center <b>Specifics:</b> Saudi HealthCare 2003 is Saudi Arabia's international exhibition and s
September 27, 2003
A Palestinian man was killed and two were injured as a result of an explosion in the city of Rafah, in the south of the Gaza Strip on Saturday morning
Lebanese singer Suzan Tamim is being held at a New Jersey police station in the US after faking a nervous breakdown and attempting to escape paying a fine of 760 thousand US dollars to the sponsor of
Moody's Investors Service has placed Saudi American Bank’s C+ financial strength rating on review for possible downgrade. This action does not affect the bank's Baa2/Prime-2 ratings for foreign curren
September 26, 2003
Two settlers, including a baby girl, were killed and two others slightly injured Friday night by a Palestinian who infiltrated the West Bank settlemen
The Palestinian infiltrated the settlement around 9:30 P.M.. Armed with an M-16 assault rifle, he knocked on the door of one of the homes. A 30 year-o
Major powers steering Middle East diplomacy urged the Palestinians on Friday to take immediate, decisive steps to stop violence and told Israel to sto
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak said Friday that political and economic reform is needed to modernize his country.
A full closure was imposed on the West Bank and Gaza Strip late Thursday, ahead of the Jewish New Year, which starts sundown Friday and lasts until Su
A mortar blast in a market north of Baghdad, killed Thursday night eight civilians. The blast occurred about 9 p.m. Thursday at a market in Baqouba.
September 25, 2003
Edward Said, the most prominent voice of the Palestinian cause in the United States and an important intellectual, died Thursday in New York at the ag