UAE

February 7, 2000

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A 45-year-old British journalist is biking across Oman for a month and dispatching reports on business, environment, women, development, travel and ar

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The Spanish embassy in Beirut has granted $23,000 to rehabilitate 12 apartments that belong to the families of the Lebanese Children Villages Society

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Two matches will kick off the quarter finals of the Asian Football Champions Cup tomorrow in Riyadh at the King Fahd International Stadium.  Al-Sharq

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The Islamic Action Front in Jordan rejected the government's decision to add Saturday to the weekend on grounds that the country should not ''imitate'

February 6, 2000

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In its bid to become the Middle East's e-commerce hub, Dubai is investing $200 million to establish an e-commerce and technology free trade zone on th

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A march on Parliament was organized for today to protest the body's recent rejection of a law that would increased the severity of those who commit ''

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A Qatari organization is relaunching a successful program that trains girls in various fields, including cooking, hospitality, handicrafts and arts, a

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The Palestinian agriculture ministry organized yesterday a preliminary meeting for undertaking the upcoming agricultural census.   Al Ayam daily repor

February 3, 2000

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The Royal Oman Police [ROP] arrested a group of 6 drug traffickers who have been smuggling and storing the narcotics in the Sultanate.   The Oman Obs

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A new scientific breakthrough is creating a buzz among camel racers and breeders.  Gulf News daily reports that since the world's first birth of 10 pr

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Thirty-two drivers from 10 countries will fire up their engines with hopes of winning this year's Middle East Series, which begins today at the Hotel

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Manny Viray, managing partner of JS Entertainment Production in the Philippines, has come to Bahrain to develop the entertainment offering for Filipin

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The percent of working Saudi women is expected to rise from 0.5 percent a decade ago to 7.4 percent during the next 5 years, according to Nada Al Faye

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Nader Al-Sibai, won the first award in al-Sharjha Competition For Literary Creation for his first novel, The White Wolf (Damascus, 1999).   Nadar Al-S

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FedEx will begin 10kg and 25kg box service in seven Middle Eastern countries: Cyprus, Jordan, Lebanon, Qatar, Syria and Lebanon.  The company, the wo