May 27, 2000
At least seven people including Islamic extremists were killed over the weekend in the continuing violence between Islamic rebels and government force
Germany has decided to take part in the multi-billion-dollar expansion of Saudi Arabia's railway network, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported Saturday.
A chronic water shortage in Saudi Arabia's Red Sea port city of Jeddah has worsened with the onset of summer with demand more than twice supply, repor
A new and dangerous computer virus that spreads through e-mail systems struck Friday and drew a warning from the FBI, reported CNN.com Saturday. The
A US delegation representing eight companies in the fields of computers, software and communication industry arrived in Egypt Friday for talks with Eg
France's World Cup winning captain Didier Deschamps has revealed that he will decide whether to quit his English Premiership side Chelsea after Euro 2
The "Sanaa ripper", a Sudanese morgue attendant, pleaded guilty to the rape and murder of 16 young women, at the start of his trial in the Yemeni capi
A Chinese company won the contract for carrying out the first stage for establishing a railway line in Libya of 3170 kilometers in coming September wi
Real Madrid's maverick French international striker Nicolas Anelka has admitted that playing alongside fellow strikers Raul and Fernando Morientes is
Iraq said Friday it fired surface-to-air missiles at US and British planes over-flying the country. A military spokesman said "enemy" aircraft coming
Russia offered to boost bilateral cooperation with Turkey on Friday, Defense Minister Sabahattin Cakmakoglu said after talks in Ankara with visiting R
The Kuwaiti Fund for Development decided to resume its activities in Sudan after a stoppage of 10 years due to the Sudanese position during the Iraqi
Police are investigating whether Palestinian fugitive Khaled al-Sheeny, a convicted murderer captured by Israeli police this week after three years on
Kobe Bryant scored 25 points and set up Ron Harper's game-winner Friday as the Los Angeles Lakers rallied to defeat Portland 93-91 and take a 2-1 lead
Tunisian voters will head Sunday for the first time to elect their representatives in the local and municipal councils, said ArabicNews.com Saturday.