January 30, 2003
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.
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein vowed Wednesday to "break the neck" of the United States, saying Washington would pay a high price if it attacked Iraq.
A 19-year-old Palestinian youth was killed and 10 others wounded in clashes with Israeli troops in the Gaza Strip. Elsewhere, two Israeli settlers wer
Iraqi troops should learn from Palestinian suicide bombers and al-Qaeda forces in Afghanistan and be willing to lay down their lives in resisting any
Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and his Likud Party won a resounding victory in Israel's parliamentary elections Tuesday.
Building a case for war against Iraq, U.S. President Bush said Tuesday night he has fresh evidence that Saddam Hussein seeks to "dominate, intimidate
Saudi Arabia’s King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center (KFSH&RC), one of the Middle East’s top referral and teaching institutions, and the United States’ Cleveland Clinic today signed
Fitch Ratings has assigned support ratings of 4T to Societe Generale Marocaine de Banques and Banque Commerciale du Maroc. The 4T ratings of Banque Marocaine du Commerce Exterieur and Wafabank are aff
The US Air Force awarded Raytheon Company a $38.9 million Foreign Military Sales (FMS) contract for Maverick missiles. The contract includes missiles, trainers and associated spares for the UAE, Oman,
January 28, 2003
As Israelis began voting in a general election Tuesday there was new bloodshed in the Gaza Strip, when a blast tore through the home of a Palestinian
January 27, 2003
Secretary of State Colin Powell on Monday said Iraq continues to defy the United Nations and it has "not much more time" to comply with disarmament de
An Egyptian attempt to halt Palestinian attacks on Israelis for a year fell apart Monday in a disagreement over where that cease-fire would be impleme
The U.N.'s chief weapons inspector, Hans Blix Monday told the Security Council Iraq has not yet accepted the international demand to disarm. He made t
The West Bank and Gaza Strip are locked down Monday ahead of Israel's national election, as the Israeli polices warned that some Palestinian groups ma