February 2, 2003
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad discussed with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Saturday plans to coordinate their positions ahead of a key
Egypt's police have arrested a man for selling pornographic videotapes of the Egyptian belly dancer Dina and her ex-husband Hussam Abu El Fatih at a local newsstand in the neighborhood of Muhandiseen
The Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) passed on Saturday, February 1, a $1.28 billion national budget for the year 2003, carrying a $747 million deficit. Palestinian Authority (PA) officials stres
Batelco recently signed an agreement with Microsoft to develop a portfolio of Internet and Mobile related web-services that will benefit consumers, private companies, and government agencies. Variou
Following its participation in the first International Bid Round in Syria, CanArgo Energy has recently won exclusive rights to negotiate a Production Sharing Contract (PSC) for Block XIX in southern p
US citizen Ghassan Elashi, VP of InfoCom Corporation, a Texas-based IT firm, and his four brothers have pleaded innocent to charges of money laundering for top Hamas official Mousa Abu Marzuk. The Ela
February 1, 2003
Israeli troops killed a Palestinian fighter overnight Saturday near Rafah, in the Gaza Strip.
British newspapers said that the U.S. and British leaders had drawn up a timetable which could see US-led military action within six weeks if Iraqi Pr
January 31, 2003
Early Friday, two Palestinians were killed in clashes with Israeli soldiers in the West Bank town of Jenin, Palestinians and the Israeli military said
January 30, 2003
U.S. President Bush said Thursday he would give diplomacy "weeks not months" and said the United States would welcome Saddam Hussein going into exile.
Israeli occupation forces killed five Palestinians Thursday, including three men in the Gaza Strip, and two in the West Bank city of Tulkarem.
Israeli tanks streamed into the Palestinian city of Hebron Thursday and soldiers started searching for activists, witnesses said.
Israel’s Metalink recorded revenues of $1.1 million for the fourth quarter compared to $1.3 million for the third quarter of 2002 and $1.7 million for the fourth quarter of 2001. For the year 2002, Me
Denmark’s Vestas International Wind Technology and Vestas Deutschland, received two orders for a total supply of 117 units of the V47-660 kW turbines to the Zafarana Wind Farm located approximately 20
January 29, 2003
Israel's Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon on Wednesday rebuffed an offer by Yasser Arafat to resume peace talks.