September 17, 2003
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat offered a new truce to Israel on Wednesday in an interview on an Israeli TV station.
Syria is not responsible for the setbacks of the US-led occupation forces in Iraq and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, according to a Syrian newspape
Palestinians said Wednesday that a U.S. veto of a U.N. Security Council resolution demanding that Israel not harm or expel Arafat showed that Washingt
A US soldier from the 101st Airborne Division, based in the northern region of Mosul, has died of gunshot wounds, the military said Wednesday.
Saudis have come under fresh scrutiny lately by US and European investigators in Riyadh and in Israel for their political and financial support of the
Israeli soldiers shot dead a Fatah Tanzim activist overnight in an exchange of fire in the West Bank city of Nablus, it was reported Wednesday.
Finally the Music Production Company Rotana was able to sign a contract with Egyptian singer Mohammad Foad after negotiations that have lasted for a very long time
Fitch Ratings has assigned Turkey's Asya Finans Long-term foreign and local currency ratings of B-. Additionally, the agency has assigned Short-term foreign and local currency ratings of B, an Individ
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Fund for International Development has approved a grant of $700,000 to support the Special Program for Food Security (SPFS) of the Food and
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries Fund for International Development approved a grant of $930,000 to help finance a series of social projects designed to address urgent needs of co
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries Fund for International Development has approved a grant of $300,000 to support a program designed to help protect dryland countries in North and W
Nearly $200 million in terrorist-related assets have been seized or frozen since September 2001, said the US Treasury Department. 315 individuals and organizations have been designated as terrorists o
Bahrain Monetary Agency records show that 29 Bahrain-incorporated commercial, investment and offshore banks, both conventional and Islamic, posted profits of approximately $377 million for the first-h
September 16, 2003
The United States vetoed on Tuesday a Palestinian-backed draft resolution demanding that the United Nations ensure the safety of Yasser Arafat because
Six men claiming to be Americans and two who say they are British are in U.S. custody on suspicion of involvement in attacks on occupation forces in I