UAE

May 17, 2000

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Tunisian journalist Taoufik Ben Brick, recovering from a six-week hunger strike, accused the European Union on Tuesday of shielding President Zine El

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The water of the sacred Zamzam well, drunk by all those performing the Hajj pilgrimage, is pure and is not the source of the meningitis which afflicte

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An English football fan was stabbed and a policeman injured Wednesday as violence erupted in central Copenhagen between English and Turkish supporters

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Egypt's largest mobile telephone company and a local partner of the French bank Societe Generale announced Tuesday they were joining forces to provide

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A Sudanese man employed in the morgue of Sanaa University's medical faculty, has confessed to killing a total of 27 women, 16 in Yemen and 11 in Sudan

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Syria said for the first time on Tuesday it considered the Shebaa farms area to be Lebanese territory and joined Lebanon in calling for Israel's withd

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Algeria will cooperate with France on boosting the use of the French language and culture once France agrees to promote Arabic in its schools, Algeria

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The United States said Tuesday it was satisfied that Israel and the Palestinians were serious about the peace process as special US envoy Dennis Ross

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Molecular geneticists at Jefferson Medical College have for the first time characterized gene mutations in families affected by a rare, inherited, con

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As the Plymouth brand name goes into the history books of the automotive world, so does one of the most famous all-American cars that ever appeared in

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EFG : 17/5 5447.48 +1.79% MKB100 : 17/5 16925.31 -3.24%  TA100 : 17/5 521.92  -0.82% IGB : 17/5 733.34  -0.58% BSE : 17/5 1976.49 +0.57% BVMT : 17/5 1062.50 +0.82% © 20

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Fujitsu-Siemens Computers has announced it is targeting sales of 20,000 computers in the Moroccan market during the second half of this year. This is part of its new marketing campaign to encourage f

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The Muhammad Abd al Aziz al Habib and Bros. Real Estate Co. is currently investing SR 300 million ($80 million) in real estate and housing projects in Jeddah. A source in the company told al-Hayat da

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The National Bank of Dubai has joined the growing list of Middle East banks to offer Internet banking services. The UAE Today reports that this Emirate bank has just introduced its Internet-based ban

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<b>Date:</b> May 17 - 22 2000 <b>Location:</b> Oman International Exhibition Center, Oman <b>Coordination by:</b> Arabian Expo