October 20, 2003
Syria's Vice-President Dr. Mohammad Zuhair Masharqa on Monday harshly condemned the Israeli policy towards the Palestinians.
Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on Monday termed Yasser Arafat as the "greatest obstacle to peace."
Palestinian Prime Minister, Ahmad Qurei, noted on Monday that Israel would exploit any possible means to build the separation barrier and continue set
Jordanian King Abdullah II is expected to appoint his royal court chief Faisal al-Fayez as Prime Minister this week to lead a streamlined government w
Yasser Arafat is very ill and Ariel Sharon prefers an early natural death of the Palestinian president instead of deporting or assassinating him, a Le
Israeli warplanes launched five air strikes in Gaza Strip on Monday, killing 14 Palestinians and injuring more than 90 others. The fourth attack, carr
Bahrain is home to a new Islamic financial institution with the formation of the International Investment Bank (IIB). The bank held its General Constituent Assembly followed by its first Board of Dire
October 19, 2003
Three Israeli soldiers were killed Sunday evening in a shooting attack on a road in the area of the West Bank city of Ramallah.
A Palestinian fighter was killed and another was seriously injured by Israeli Border Police gunfire in Rafah. With this latest killing, the number of
The Israeli army began recruiting five reserve battalions Sunday, carrying out a decision made by Israel's Defense Minister Saul Mofaz and approved by
Moroccan singer Raja Bil Maleeh is currently undergoing intensive medical care in France for the treatment of breast cancer
“The King” by director Nikos Grammatikos from Greece won first prize at the Cairo International Film Festival while “The Olive Harvest” by Hanna Elias from Palestine came in second place
The 23rd edition of the GITEX IT exhibition opened today, breaking all records in terms of net area, number of exhibitors and companies and participating countries since its inception.
Mashreqbank recorded a group net profit of 443.7 million Emirati dirhams ($120 million) in the third quarter of 2003, representing an increase of 18 percent over the same period last year.
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services has raised its long-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on the Republic of Turkey to B+ from B. At the same time, the B short-term foreign and l