September 4, 2003
An Iraqi citizen was killed and two American troops injured in a suicide bombing attack in central Iraq, a US military spokesman said on Thursday.
Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas addressed parliament in Ramallah Thursday in a speech that was to conclude his first 100 days in office.
Informed sources told <i>Al Bawaba</i> that the Palestinian Prime Minster Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) has offered MP Saeb Ereikat the post of chief nego
Palestinians opened fire early Thursday on a group of Israeli soldiers near the West Bank city of Jenin, killing one.
Israel’s Ministry of Housing and Construction issued a tender Thursday September 4, for 102 new housing units in the Jewish settlement of Efrat in the West Bank. Settlements in the West Bank currently
Hoshin Textile, a Korean manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of fake fur garments, is going to make its debut at Motexha Autumn, the leading fashion and textile exhibition in the Middle East.
Land Rover's flagship model helped drive sales for the British-based 4x4 manufacturer by 42 percent in the Gulf Cooperation Council for the first seven months of 2003 compared to the same period last
The Bahrain Stock Exchange index for August closed at 2001.69 points, marking an increase of 10.76 points above last month’s closing index. Results indicated that 1,010 transactions took place with a
September 3, 2003
Abdul Aziz Al-Hakim has been unanimously elected to succeed his slain brother as the head of the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (S
Recent Israeli military strikes against Palestinian activists have killed the U.S.-backed Mideast road map to peace, Palestinian president Yasser Araf
Israel has decided to permit 10,000 Palestinian workers and 1,000 merchants from the Gaza Strip to cross through the Erez checkpoint Wednesday, September 3, 2003.
Labanese Arabic daily An-Nahar, first published 70 years ago, and the London-based technology services company KnowledgeView Ltd, have concluded a contract for the modernization of An-Nahar's editoria
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP)’s Program of Assistance to the Palestinian People is appealing to the international community for $18 million in emergency aid for communities affected by
September 2, 2003
Private Lynch has struck a $1 million deal for a book that will tell the story of her "capture and rescue" in Iraq, amid questions lingering over how
A prominent Hamas leader is blaming the UN and the international community for their silence over what he described as the “oppressive Israeli actions