August 31, 2003
The European Union's foreign policy chief held talks with senior Israeli officials Sunday, dealing with "concerns" over Iran's nuclear capabilities an
The Palestinian Legislative Council decided Sunday to postpone the vote of confidence in the government of Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas from Monday to
Shots were fired Sunday evening at construction workers building the "separation fence" near the West Bank city of Qalqilya.
Sharjah musical lovers are in for a real treat. A special Telugu musical night by South India's renowned music director, M. Keeravani is expected to be organized at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Sept
Selrico Services has recently completed and opened the newest and largest mess hall in Iraq. Selrico in association with other US contractors officially opened The Bob Hope Dining Facility on Sunday,
Emirates SkyCargo is set to start freight services to North America in September, offering its customers in the United Arab Emirates, Gulf region and Indian subcontinent cargo capacity to and from mar
Israeli employers are routinely violating the rights of the country’s 300,000 migrant workers making up 13 percent of the country's workforce, with conditions in some cases ''equivalent to slavery''.
August 30, 2003
The crisis between Palestinian president, Yasser Arafat and Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas was made public in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, with dozens of
Israeli forces killed two Hamas activists, including a leading field commander, in a helicopter missile strike in the Gaza Strip Saturday afternoon.
The Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq accused the toppled Iraqi president, Saddam Hussein, of being behind the assassination of its h
August 29, 2003
An Israeli settler was killed and his wife suffered serious wounds in a shooting attack Friday north of the West Bank city of Ramallah.
Almost 60 percent of Britons believe their Prime Minister Tony Blair cannot be trusted, according to a poll published a day after he dismissed claims
The armed wing of Hamas vowed Friday to "avenge as soon as possible" the killing of one of its members in an Israeli helicopter strike in central Gaza
August 28, 2003
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri on Thursday urged Kazakh businessmen to invest in Lebanon, promising that his country would provide all needed fa
Hamas gunners fired four Qassam rockets into Israel on Thursday, one of which landed in Ashkelon's southern industrial zone. This marked the first tim