April 30, 2003
A suicide bomber blew himself up at a restaurant in Tel Aviv early Wednesday, killing three people and wounding 35, one critically and six seriously.
April 29, 2003
An Arab TV news channel has offered a job to former Iraqi Information Minister Mohammed Said al-Sahhaf.
The Palestinian parliament on Tuesday confirmed Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) as prime minister, clearing the final obstacle to the launch of a U.S.-backe
Two Palestinians, members of Fatah's al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades were killed Tuesday in exchanges of fire with Israeli troops in a West Bank village near
A metal drum found in northern Iraq that initially tested positive for nerve and blister agents might instead contain rocket fuel, according to new te
Egyptian belly dancer Dina surprised everyone with her latest announcement revealing that she never took off the Hijab (Islamic headdress), because she never wore it to begin with
Quelque 400 millions de dollars ont été volés dans les banques irakiennes, suite aux pillages qui ont suivi la chute du régime de Saddam Hussien, a indiqué dimanche un responsable américain du Trésor.
April 28, 2003
Yasser Arafat insisted on Monday he would not be sidelined by a Palestinian political shakeup and said his old nemesis, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel S
The US military is shifting its major air operations center in the Middle East from Saudi Arabia to Qatar, the <i>New York Times</i> reported Monday.
Palestinian prime minister-designate Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) has introduced some changes to his new cabinet in an attempt to appease supporters of P
April 27, 2003
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict stands in the way of Arab states embracing democracy, even if they one day have a democratic Iraq as an example, Jord
Lt. Gen. Hossam Mohammed Amin, chief Iraqi liaison with U.N. weapons inspectors, is in custody, the U.S. Central Command announced Sunday.
The Israeli Supreme Court ruled Sunday that international law does not bar the Israeli army from using flachette shells.
Japanese Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi rejected an appeal from US Secretary of State Colin Powell not to meet with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafa
Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood said Sunday it will run in June legislative elections, a day after its political wing, the Islamic Action Front, endorsed