May 1, 2003
Parties to the conflict in the Sudan have agreed to open a new corridor that would allow enhanced humanitarian access to southern Sudan. The agreement would reduce the cost of delivering supplies by e
April 30, 2003
Sharjah’s Economics’ Development Department confirmed its strong support for the economic alliance between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Republic of Sudan in order to seize all development op
EgyptAir has chosen Rockwell Collins to provide avionics and in-flight entertainment for five new Airbus A320-200 aircraft. Aircraft deliveries are scheduled to begin this year. The package includes a
April 29, 2003
Iraq's former oil minister has surrendered to U.S.-led forces, the U.S. Central Command said Tuesday.
Against a backdrop of increasing pressure from human rights groups on oil majors in Sudan, another Western company has decided to pull out of the controversial African state. Sweden’s Lundin Petrole
April 26, 2003
Thirty-two soldiers and 20 rebels were killed in a foiled rebel attempt to capture an airport in a western Sudanese regional capital, the government-o
Local residents believed at least five Iraqis were killed in a huge explosion at an arms dump near Baghdad on Saturday, one neighbour who was wounded
April 24, 2003
Sudan has asked the United States to take out its name from the list of states allegedly sponsoring terrorism and to lift economic sanctions that have
An official at the Islamic Revolution Council in Iraq told <i>Al Bawaba</i> Thursday that none of its fighters from the Bader Brigade – the council’s
April 15, 2003
Wireless Application Service Provider Acotel has been awarded a contract with Mobitel Sudan for supplying an SMS center to meet the requirements of Mobitel's expanding subscriber base in Sudan.
One in three traders of car parts in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) could be selling fake car parts with an estimated value of $200 million per year, according to some estimates. Fake car parts can re
March 30, 2003
Lundin Petroleum and partners plan to carry out work on the existing infrastructure within Block 5A and the equipment stored in the Rubkona base camp, Sudan, as a first step towards an eventual recom
According to a recent Standard & Poor's report, the Turkish banking sector has a very high-risk profile, which is the product of the country's fragile economic and financial environment.
March 13, 2003
Talisman Energy Inc. completed the sale of its indirectly held interest in the Greater Nile Oil Project in Sudan to ONGC Videsh Limited (OVL), a subsidiary of India's national oil company. Government
The Board of Directors of AMAN, the recently constituted public joint stock company that deals with Islamic insurance, has announced the appointment of Hussain Mohamed Al-Meeza as its managing directo