November 23, 2003
At the recent World Travel Market in London, Mayor of the city Ken Livingstone awarded the prize for the Fastest Growing Hotel Chain in the Middle East to President and CEO of Mövenpick Hotels & R
Turkey’s CIMSA Cimento Sanayi ve Ticaret has awarded Germany’s KHD Humboldt Wedag a contract to increase the capacity of its existing No. 2 tube mill. The new system is expected to come on stream by 2
November 22, 2003
A court in Jeddah has sentenced seven individuals who participated in recent protests and obstructed security men from doing their job to jail terms r
Two Israeli security guards were shot dead by Palestinians at a construction site in occupied East Jerusalem on Saturday night. Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigad
A mortar round landed Friday without exploding near a Baghdad mosque where Iraqi Shiite Muslim leader, Abdel Aziz Al-Hakim, was praying, his organizat
November 21, 2003
Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip killed a Palestinian fighter crawling toward the fence around the settlement of Netzarim on Thursday night.
One person was seriously wounded when four rockets slammed into Baghdad's main media hotel early Friday. Iraqi sources said one rocket hit the Palesti
November 20, 2003
Palestinian factions agreed to attend a truce conference in Cairo in 12 days, officials said Thursday.
The Austrian capital of Vienna has been added to Qatar Airways’ expanding international route network. The Doha-based airline is now offering a thrice-weekly service to Vienna. This week’s inaugural
November 19, 2003
The United Nations Security Council unanimously approved on Wednesday a Russian-sponsored resolution to formally adopt the road map peace plan as a me
A Palestinian civilian on Wednesday was seriously wounded by Israeli fire in the Gaza Strip. Eyewitnesses said that Israeli soldiers opened gunfire at
Prince Charles has not been to the US for the last six years on the advice of the British Foreign Office, <i>The Guardian</i> newspaper reported on We
The Kuwaiti government has approved the liberalization of its airline sector, allowing private firms to set up passenger and freight carriers in the country. The move was endorsed by the Council of Mi
The Oman Flour Mills Company recorded 302,000 Omani rials ($784,446) in net profits for the first quarter of 2003/2004, ending September 30, compared to OR 266,000 during the same period last year.
November 18, 2003
US President Bush on Tuesday night arrived in London to defend his decision to attack Iraq. According to his aides he would tell Britons that "history