May 28, 2000
The Tunisian authorities banned Saturday the former head of Tunisian human rights association Monsef Marzouki from heading to France, reported ArabicN
Michael Owen produced his most compelling international display for two years as England stepped up their preparations for Euro 2000 with a 1-1 draw,
Israeli deputy premier Yitzhak Mordechai has submitted his resignation after he was charged on three counts of sexual assault, officials said Sunday.
Chairman of the Iraqi planning commission Hassan Abdul Menem said Sunday that the commission is seeking to prepare a plan to withstand the water crisi
Saudi Prince Al-Walid bin Talal said Saturday he would give as much as two million dollars to construct a five-star hotel in Gaza City, reported AFP.
World Bank officials gave Turkey's economic reform program its vote of confidence Saturday, when it signed a 759.6-million-dollar loan with the govern
An Australian delegation representing ministries of agriculture and economic resources in addition to a host of businessmen will visit Egypt next July
Star center Patrick Ewing and his versatile backup Marcus Camby were missing, but Latrell Sprewell and Allan Houston filled the gap as the Knicks defe
Jordan and Syria have finally opened up a joint industrial zone Saturday, 25 years after agreeing to do so, where businesses will receive tax exemptio
Supporters of Sudan's Islamist leader Hassan al-Turabi said they had filed a complaint against President al-Beshir Saturday for suspending Turabi from
Egyptian President Husni Mubarak starts Monday a visit to Spain where he will discuss with King Juan Carlos of Spain and Prime Minister Maria Aznar, w
Syria and Iraq held talks Saturday on reinforcing cooperation on oil as well as other trade fields, reported AFP Sunday. The talks in Baghdad were he
The UN security council is scheduled to meet next Tuesday to renew the mandate of MINURSO (French acronym for the UN mission in charge of supervising
The six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) said Saturday they had renewed a pledge to set up a customs union aimed at stimulating growth an
Qatar versus Bahrain, the longest legal bout in the history of the World Court, enters the final round on Monday when the two Gulf neighbors lay out t