UAE

May 22, 2000

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 Lebanese President Emile Lahoud cried victory Monday as Israel's proxy South Lebanon Army militia cleared out of some 15 villages in two days in t

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The president of the Organization of African Unity (OAU), Algerian head of state Abdelaziz Bouteflika, urged the United Nations on Monday to act to "s

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Just as earlier buyers wanted their pickup trucks to carry more and more goods, today’s consumers want them to carry more people onboard, not lose too

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Among children growing up in poverty-stricken, inner-city families, those who had fathers around them have better self-esteem and show fewer signs of

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The body of former Syrian Prime Minister Mahmoud al-Zu’bi who committed suicide as he awaited trial on charges of corruption was transferred Monday to

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President Mohammad Khatami said on Monday his government has repaid $12.3 billion of the foreign debts of $32.6 billion since taking office in 1997, r

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For much of the 70s and 80s, countless media stories told us that babies exposed to cocaine in the womb would turn into a generation of antisocial zom

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The Israeli-run municipality of Jerusalem Monday approved a controversial project to create a Jewish neighborhood in Abu Dis, an Arab village on the o

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Drought has inflicted $4.6 billions in damages to the Iranian Hamedan province, Iran News Agency (IRNA) reported Monday. The agency quoted secretary o

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Brazilian star striker Ronaldo of Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan on Monday returned for checkup tests on his injured knee to the Pitie Salpetriere

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An exiled leader of Egypt's largest Muslim militant group has attacked the closure of the Islamist-oriented Labor Party and its al-Shaab newspaper.

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At least one Japanese auto company has the clout to ignore the global motoring merger race as it vies for the industry pole position, analysts say. Th

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Oil prices slipped lower in early trading Monday after a series of conflicting signals from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) a

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Leaders of Jordan's Islamic Action Front (IAF) were leaving Monday for Khartoum to try to reconcile Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir and sacked parli

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Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum of Dubai has pardoned 200 nationals and 300 foreigners, all convicted of drug abuse, the official U