UAE

May 18, 2000

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 Miami Heat pushed the New York Knicks to the brink of elimination with an 87-81 victory in Game Five of the NBA Eastern Conference semifinals. Nei

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Amnesty International said in a report Wednesday that the country is responsible for the local proliferation of the phenomenon of "traded women," in w

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UAE president Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and King Abdullah of Jordan discussed the current Arab situation and efforts being made to achieve Ara

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Two Israeli troops and a member of Israel's allied militia in occupied south Lebanon were wounded in separate attacks by Hizbollah fighters on Thursda

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FIFA president Joseph Blatter Thursday strongly denied reports that football's world governing body would consider expelling Israel if the country's f

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In a filing made Wednesday evening with a federal court in Washington, the Justice Department and 19 states strongly defended their proposal to break

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Turkey's Galatasaray conquered England's Arsenal 4-1 in a penalty shootout and celebrated the historical moment of lifting up the first ever UEFA cup

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The Sudanese opposition in exile welcomed Wednesday a proposal it said it had received from President Omar al-Beshir for a pan-Sudanese conference

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Egypt said Wednesday that the dispute over the Shebaa Farms Lebanon demands from Israel should not be given so much importance, according to the Daily

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President Bill Clinton said Wednesday that US and Jordan have worked together to disclose alleged plans by an organization led by Saudi suspected terr

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Violence in the West Bank territories earlier this week stopped only after Israel threatened Tuesday to bomb PA headquarters in Ramallah with Cobra he

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The Israeli ministry of housing and construction and the Israel Lands Administration released tender bids yesterday for the construction of 582 additi

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An Iraqi child was killed and four other civilians were injured, two of them seriously, by a missile fired from a US plane flying over southern Iraq

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BG International, through its BG Tunisia business, will invest an additional $450 million in Tunisia over a nine-year period. BG Group has announced that this investment would include developing the H