January 10, 2003
U.S. President Bush has no timetable for determining whether to forcibly disarm Iraq, the White House said Thursday. Bush spokesman Ari Fleischer term
January 9, 2003
A quarter of the members of the Palestinians' highest legal body gathered at President Yasser Arafat's headquarters despite an Israeli travel ban bloc
Palestinians numbered 8.3 million at the end of the year 2002, including 3.6 million in the territories and the rest scattered throughout the entire w
Syrian-American dialogue meetings concluded in Damascus on Wednesday with both sides understanding that the sessions were “constructive and beneficial
The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) ordered an upgrade to its FACE Flight Data Recorder system installed by Israel’s Rada Electronic Industries onboard its fleet of F-16 aircraft. The upgrade en
January 8, 2003
Damascus Radio on Tuesday stressed the “brutal and suppressive practices of the Israeli occupation forces” against the Palestinians, “under the pretex
Israeli troops killed two Palestinians in separate incidents in the West Bank and Gaza Strip early Wednesday. Elsewhere, Israeli soldiers killed an ar
Swiss technology group ABB’s Indian subsidiary has won a $35 million contract in Syria to engineer and build six high-voltage substations to upgrade the country’s transmission network.
January 7, 2003
Israeli forces killed four armed Palestinians in a refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip early Tuesday morning, Palestinian sources reported.
India and Iran have decided to develop a new road to Afghanistan to enrich their regional trade, a foreign ministry spokesman said Monday. Delegation
Damascus Radio on Monday stressed that there would be no security and stability in the region as long as “Israel continues its aggression and terroris
Syrian Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform, Dr. Nor Eddin Mona, leading an official delegation, arrived in Rabat Monday to participate in the
The Grubb & Ellis Company, a provider of integrated real estate services, announced that Connecticut-based United Technologies has selected the Grubb & Ellis/Knight Frank Global Services team
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.