December 12, 2003
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said in an interview published Friday in Germany that his cabinet had no plans to expel Yasser Arafat, but that if
A small explosive device in a letter addressed to an outspoken Kuwaiti newspaper editor detonated Thursday as his secretary was opening it, causing hi
Seven Israelis were shot and wounded, one of them critically, early Friday in the West Bank city as they tried to enter a disputed holy site.
December 11, 2003
In what seems to be of great concern to Israel, media reports said Thursday that the United Arab Emirates' air force will receive a more updated versi
Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei, also known as Abu Ala, warned Israel against taking unilateral steps, such as seizing parts of the West Bank a
Over 150 Syrian pro-democracy activists staged a sit-in Wednesday outside the Prime Minister's office in downtown Damascus, calling for more freedoms,
Israeli troops on Thursday shot dead six Palestinians and wounded at least 15 during an invasion of al-Salam neighborhood in Rafah refugee camp, locat
American soldiers shot dead a senior officer of the paramilitary group Saddam Fedayeen after storming his house in the northern city of Mosul on Wedne
Lebanese singer Haifa Wahbi has traveled to Tunisia where she is scheduled to hold a live performance alongside Lebanese singers Milhim Barakat and Elaine Khalaf, an event which will be sponsored by L
The United Nations is ready to expand its role in Iraq when the security situation in the country improves, Secretary General Kofi Annan said December 10, 2003 in a new report to the Security Council.
International donors to the Palestinian Authority (PA) warned of a possible drop in financial support unless serious measures are taken to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
December 10, 2003
Yasser Arafat on Wednesday dismissed as meaningless Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's reported comments that he would move some Jewish settlements
In Syria, 14 people were killed and 35 others injured when a passenger bus collided with a mini-bus in the southern part of the country, the official
Israel's Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom met Wednesday with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Geneva, to review means of reviving the so-called "Roa
The Iranian opposition People's Mujahedeen rejected a decision by Iraq's interim leaders to expel thousands of its members.