UAE

May 30, 2000

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Yemeni authorities have prevented an exiled party leader living in London from addressing his supporters by telephone, his party said Tuesday. Abderra

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Former Syrian deputy prime minister for economic affairs, Salim Yassin, has been arrested in a crackdown on corrupt officials. Syrian authorities arre

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Palestinian Authority police Tuesday closed down two television and radio stations in Ramallah, apparently for broadcasting criticism of Palestinian p

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Oil prices slipped back Tuesday following hints of an increase in world output. By mid-afternoon, the price of benchmark Brent for July delivery was 2

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US jets bombed military sites in Iraq Tuesday in response to artillery fire by Iraqi gunners, the Associated Press reported, quoting US military offic

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A Pakistani man convicted of drug trafficking was beheaded in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, said the Associated Press.  Zainallah Khan was found guilty of

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Sudanese foreign minister, Mustafa Othman Ismail said that the recent meeting of the Sudanese National Tajamu (congregation), held in Cairo, restored

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An extradition treaty signed between India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) came into force Monday with the exchange of the instrument of ratificati

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An Iraqi national was arrested in Athens Sunday for allegedly holding nine Iraqi hostages in an apartment, Iran News Agency (IRNA) said Monday. Quotin

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More that 343 Yemeni citizens were “forcibly deported from Saudi Arabia on the eve of May 22, the 10th anniversary of Yemen Unity, reported the Englis

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A Russian businessmen delegation arrived in Tehran Monday for talks aimed at boosting oil investments in Iran, reported Iran News Agency (IRNA) Tuesda

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The Lebanese government can restore its authority over Israeli-evacuated southern Lebanon without actually deploying its army there, Prime Minister Sa

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Two Moroccan journalists, condemned of libel, have been set free to practice journalism after they were granted a royal amnesty, said Arabicnews.com T

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Oman and Yemen have agreed on establishing joint industrial projects including a shipping company and a commercial bank, reported Yemen Times Monday,

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NEC Corp. said Tuesday it would develop the world's most powerful computer for Japan's space research project. The "Earth Simulator" computer had been