UAE

May 22, 2000

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At least one Japanese auto company has the clout to ignore the global motoring merger race as it vies for the industry pole position, analysts say. Th

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Oil prices slipped lower in early trading Monday after a series of conflicting signals from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) a

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Leaders of Jordan's Islamic Action Front (IAF) were leaving Monday for Khartoum to try to reconcile Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir and sacked parli

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Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum of Dubai has pardoned 200 nationals and 300 foreigners, all convicted of drug abuse, the official U

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Yemen put on a show of its military hardware and a colorful parade of the country's youth for senior foreign dignitaries Monday to mark 10 years of un

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The constant power cuts in sanctions-hit Baghdad have proved a windfall for a handful of entrepreneurs who use huge generators to sell electricity to

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The Iranian foreign ministry accused Turkey Monday of rounding up hundreds of Iranians in Istanbul, Radio Tehran reported. "The recent activities of t

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A Kuwaiti policeman has been sentenced to death for raping a 15-year-old boy, a newspaper reported Monday. The policeman, whose name was not disclosed

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France's young midfielder, Willy Sagnol will undergo a medical with German champions Bayern Munich Monday as part of the final stages of his transfer

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has accepted Prime Minister Ehud Barak's invitation to visit Israel in the coming month. The state visit, which will

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Stewart Cink had a birthday to forget, coughing up the lead over the final four holes to allow Phil Mickelson win the Colonial golf tournament.  Mi

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Palestinian Authority closed an independent television station here Sunday and arrested its director on suspicion of incitement to violence, the Pales

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Saudi Arabia has denied charges that a Muslim charity based in the kingdom was financing Chechen fighters, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported Monday.

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Senior officials from Bahrain and Qatar held talks late Sunday over their countries' long-standing territorial dispute, the first reported meeting sin

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Israel has expressed reserved satisfaction with the results of the United Nations conference on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), which clos