January 6, 2003
In response to the Tel Aviv bombings, Israel barred a Palestinian delegation from attending a Mideast conference in London and decided to close three
Israel's Minister of Defense, Shaul Mofaz, Monday warned Hizbullah not to use the US-led war in Iraq as an opportunity to attack Israel.
A unit of the Palestinian General Intelligence early Monday arrested the Gaza based correspondent for the Qatari TV news channel, al-Jazeera.
Two Palestinian suicide bombers killed 22 people when they blew themselves up Sunday evening in southern Tel Aviv. Seventeen bodies, including those o
Natural gas is set to become the key driver of growth for the Egyptian economy, as major discoveries have increased estimated gas reserves to 120 Tcf. A Cairo conference, scheduled for January 20-21,
January 5, 2003
At least 21 people were killed and some 100 others were injured in a double suicide bombing around 18:30 P.M. (16:30GMT) Sunday at the Old Central Bus
The Israeli army on Sunday "successfully" launched four Arrow interceptor missiles nearly simultaneously from a base near Tel Aviv.
Three armed Palestinians were arrested Late Saturday by Israeli troops in the southern Gaza Strip. The three were reportedly heavily armed with automa
A Lufthansa Airlines flight en route from Frankfurt, Germany to Mexico City made an emergency landing at O'Hare International Airport after officials
January 4, 2003
Palestinian Minister of Planning Nabil Shaath said Saturday the constitution of a future Palestinian state would be drafted soon.
Five Israeli soldiers were lightly wounded Saturday morning after being shot from an ambush while on patrol in the West Bank city of Jenin.
Lebanese singer Majida Al Roumi was in complete surprise when the Algerian French radio station called to give her two recorded letters by Egyptian director Yousuf Shaheen and Prominent Egyptian actre
January 3, 2003
The State Department on Thursday denounced Syria's detention of the Damascus correspondent of the Pan-Arab newspaper Al-Hayat.
Israeli forces destroyed the West Bank home of an Islamic Jihad leader, identified as Mohammed Brewesh, on Friday.
Tony Blair, the vacationing British Prime Minister, unexpectedly crossed the Red Sea to Jordan Thursday for talks with King Abdullah on the Iraqi cris