May 28, 2000
In a critical stage of Kuwaiti women's campaign to win the vote, an administrative court is set Monday to rule on cases filed against the interior min
Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir has expressed optimism over the prospects for national reconciliation, after receiving a message from Mohamed Osman
The board of French first division club Marseille were Sunday awaiting the reply of Vasco da Gama's Brazilian boss Carlos Abel Braga, who has been off
As the qualifying rounds for this year's French Open tennis tournament are now in full gear, memories of last year's dramatic Grand Slam remain fresh.
A last-minute goal took Stade Abidjan of Ivory Coast into the African Football Confederation (CAF) quarter-finals after a dramatic clash with CA Bizer
The level of poverty in the West Bank and Gaza Strip is among the highest in the Middle East and North Africa. Poverty in the Palestinian self-rule ar
King Abdullah II of Jordan has voiced confidence in the resumption of the beleaguered Arab-Israeli peace talks, saying he saw a "window of hope" on th
By Amjad Baker Jordan national soccer team eliminated Lebanon with a scoreless tie and advanced all the way to the semis of King Hussein Cup, WAFF Ch
A top religious official at the UAE’s Sharjah Emirate has called for support from the Sharjah Consultative Council (SCC) and other officials to take a
More than 10,000 students demonstrated in the Yemeni capital Sunday to demand the arrest of alleged accomplices of the "Sanaa ripper" who has confesse
An earth satellite telecommunication station "Orbcomm Maghreb," the first in Africa, was dedicated Friday in Settat by a Moroccan official party, repo
Chinese deputy foreign minister Lee Bi Ding is to arrive Thursday in Cairo heading a delegation from the foreign ministry on a one-day visit in his to
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.