UAE

March 22, 2000

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Dubai's sixth and biggest Internet Cafe opened yesterday on al Raqqah St. and is expected to draw 1,000 visitors a day.  The new Dh0.5 million cafe in

March 21, 2000

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Ras Al-Khaimah Emirate police department has recently arrested 3 water distribution vehicles for violating standard health conditions.   A senior poli

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Two interesting postponed soccer matches will be played tomorrow (March 22).   The first game will take place in Sallah wherein the local Sporting Sal

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 Recently, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts has displayed some rare artifacts in its "Pharaohs of the Sun" exhibition. This showing was designed to use

March 20, 2000

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In contrast to the clothing shops, the economic slowdown in Syria did not affect the local eastern sweet stores during Al-Adha feast.   During the hol

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Lebanon will host, for the third consecutive year, the International "Arabcom 2000" Exhibition and Conference during the period March 25-28.   An exte

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A little boy playing near his home in Egypt fell three meters on his head, causing paralysis in his lower half of his body.   Doctors said the fall ca

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Morocco will host the thirteenth Arab Economic Conference at the end of March 2000.   The event is being organized by the Moroccan Economic Associatio

March 19, 2000

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A European diver performing at the Discovery 2000 fairground nearly killed himself during his bridge-diving performance after he passing out in the wa

March 17, 2000

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  While the media spotlight was on the scores of seeded players who were upset, Moroccan tennis star Hicham Arazi routinely disposed of his opponent

March 15, 2000

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Saudi Arabia had succeeded to divert its trade deficit with the United States into a surplus last year.   The main reason for this shift is the rising

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The total Iranian agricultural exports are estimated at $730 million per annum.   The country's total non-oil exports hit about $3 billion per annum.

March 14, 2000

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 Moroccan tennis star Hicham Arazi yesterday upset the world's top ranked player, Andre Agassi, in the first round of the $4.9 million Tennis Masters

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One of the more popular exhibitions at the Dubai Shopping Festival has been the falconry demonstrations.  Foreigners and UAE nationals have been strea

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King Abdullah of Jordan is expected to leave for Saudi Arabia today to join millions of other Muslims in performing the annual Hajj, one of the five p