August 14, 2003
Libya has agreed to assume responsibility for the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, but only after assurances from London and Washington that it will not lead t
The funeral of one of Palestinian President Yasser Arafat's sisters will be held in the Gaza Strip on Thursday, according to the official WAFA news ag
The United States on Wednesday renewed its warning for American citizens to avoid non-essential travel to Saudi Arabia, citing "credible threats" to "
Lebanese singer Assi Hilani recently held an unforgettable performance at the Carthage Festival in Tunisia, which witnessed an audience of over 12 thousand, singing “Carthage my Precious Dream” as a s
The Coca-Cola Company has signed an extension to its franchise agreement with its local bottler in the Palestinian Authority, the National Beverage Company. NBC was established in 1998 as a franchise
August 13, 2003
Yousra Abdel Raouf Al Kidwah, a sister of Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, died in the Egyptian capital of Cairo Wednesday at the age of 77, Pales
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher received on Wednesday a telephone call from his Bahraini counterpart Sheikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al-Khalifa. A
Bahrain King Hamad Ben Aissa Al Khalifa arrived in Rabat Tuesday afternoon on a private visit, according to Maghreb Arabe Presse. The Bahraini King w
Israeli troops demolished overnight Tuesday the West Bank home of the bomber who carried out a suicide attack in the Israeli town of Rosh Ha'ayin.
Saudi security forces captured seven people suspected of links with Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network and killed an eighth in a raid in the Saudi cap
Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas has denied that funds from Saudi Arabia intended for Palestinians in need end up in the wrong hands, describing the Saudi policy of assistance as "reasonable a
August 12, 2003
Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmud Abbas arrived in Doha Tuesday on the third part of a regional tour focused on Middle East peace efforts.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Tuesday ordered to delay the release of 77 Palestinian prisoners after two suicide bombings killed two Israelis an
United States Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs William Burns is due to meet Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Tuesday to discus
At least two Israelis were killed Tuesday morning in two seperate suicide bombings. Following the attacks Ismail Hanieh, a spokesman for Hamas, said h