October 19, 2003
Saudi Arabia and Pakistan said Sunday they would dispatch troops to Iraq only if a request was received from the Iraqi people and a consensus was reac
A Palestinian fighter was killed and another was seriously injured by Israeli Border Police gunfire in Rafah. With this latest killing, the number of
Japan intends to dispatch three Air Self-Defense Force (ASDF) planes and about 150 personnel to Kuwait in December for the transport of supplies to U.
“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 Saudi government has been footing the legal bills of nationals detained in the United States for alleged involvement in terrorist activities. The Kingdom has shelled out hundreds of thousands of d
Al-Rajhi Banking and Investment Corporation has purchased more than 200 Diebold automated teller machines including Opteva units. The units will operate on Diebold's Agilis software platform.
October 17, 2003
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz denounced on Friday extremists as deviants of the Islamic faith and called for stronger institutio
About a month after the Israeli cabinet decided to "remove" Yasser Arafat, Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon admitted in a Sunday interview with <i
October 16, 2003
Tehran has expressed its "readiness" to ink the additional protocol to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) allowing tougher UN inspections of i
Israel is trying to prevent the United States from selling advanced weapons systems to Saudi Arabia and Egypt, Israel's Army Radio reported Thursday.
The Basra Hospital Director Dr. Haidar Al-Baaj was shot dead after leaving his clinic in the al-Ashar area, in central Basra.
Saudi Aramco has initialed an agreement with major oil companies Shell International and Total, forming a venture to explore, develop and produce non-associated gas in the south Rub' al-Khali.
October 15, 2003
Saudi Mufti lashed out at the demonstrations staged by hundreds of Saudis in Riyadh and said those involved were trouble-makers who do not understand
The Japanese government has offered $1.5 billion in near-term aid for the reconstruction of Iraq. The payment is the largest financial contribution to be offered by a state that is not affiliated to t
October 14, 2003
Hundreds of people demonstrated in Riyadh Tuesday to denounce arrests of dissidents following a call from an exiled opposition group.