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February 12, 2003

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Greek Foreign Minister George Papandreou, whose country currently holds the rotating EU presidency, is expected to travel to the Egyptian capital city

February 5, 2003

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Jordan’s Prime Minister Ali Abu al-Ragheb is expected to leave for Khartoum Wednesday, leading a high-level delegation for a two-day official visit, d

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Century Mall, the new shopping complex coming up in Dubai's Mamzar area, has leased out more than 85 percent of the retail space, ahead of the opening in the second quarter of 2003.

February 2, 2003

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Military action against Iraq would start with US-led bombing raids on President Saddam Hussein's palaces and other symbols of his regime, a British Su

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Talisman Energy has reported substantial progress in obtaining the necessary approvals from the Government of Sudan and other consortium members for the sale of its indirectly held interest in the Gre

January 26, 2003

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Assistant secretary General of the al-Baath Arab Socialist Party, Abdullah al-Ahmar received in Damascus Saturday the head of the foreign relations de

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Saudi Basic Industries Corporation recorded annual profits of 2.84 billion Saudi riyals ($758.4 million) in 2002, a 60 percent increase over 2001 profits. The company also revealed quarterly profits o

January 22, 2003

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Asalah being the first Arab singer to perform in Sudan held a press conference in which she promised the audience that she would wear the traditional Sudanese dress while performing

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The first annual Middle East Electricity 2003 - the region's power generation and electricity industry show and conference - ends its three-day run, at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre (DIEC)

January 19, 2003

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UN arms experts found 3,000 undisclosed documents apparently relating to nuclear weapons technology in an Iraqi scientist's home, atomic agency chief

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The Sudanese government has consented to approve the $1.2-billion sale of Talisman Energy’s 25 percent interest in the Greater Nile Oil Project to ONGC Videsh, a subsidiary of India's state-owned Oil

January 14, 2003

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Sudan and Israel are cooperating on irrigation and agricultural development projects, despite the fact that the Islamic government of the east African state, blacklisted by the US as terror sponsoring

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Dubai-based integrated communications agency Face to Face has appointed Chris Bell as a partner and group account director, as part of a re-organization of the company's management and client servicin

January 12, 2003

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Iraq’s President Saddam Hussein received a cable from Sudanese counterpart Omar Hassan Ahmed Al-Basheer, in response to a prior cable sent by Hussein

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Americans in overwhelming numbers oppose unilateral U.S. military action, a recent national poll indicated. Despite these findings, the US administrat