UAE

May 27, 2000

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Iraq has urged the United Nations to let it import a specialized currency printing press to help combat counterfeiting, Foreign Minister Mohammad Said

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Arab ambassadors accredited to Kazakhstan have presented an official protest to the Kazakhstan authorities over an anti-Arab media campaign in Kazakhs

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The Israeli army pulled out Saturday from one of its positions in the disputed Shabaa farms border area, a witness coming from there told AFP. "The Is

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By Shady Janzeir  As expected, the renowned Jordanian rally driver Hani Bisharat won Friday the pole position of Jordan's Rumman National Hill Climb.

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When Andrei Chesnokov began playing tennis in 1985, there were precious few chinks in the 'iron curtain' constructed by the Soviet military machine ac

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Anti-normalization with Israel will be the topic of deliberation at a seminar to be held in Jordan’s capital, Amman, in August, according to chairman

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Sudanese rebels claimed to have killed at least 30 government troops including three army commanders during a six-hour battle in eastern Sudan. The ba

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At least seven people including Islamic extremists were killed over the weekend in the continuing violence between Islamic rebels and government force

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Germany has decided to take part in the multi-billion-dollar expansion of Saudi Arabia's railway network, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported Saturday. 

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A chronic water shortage in Saudi Arabia's Red Sea port city of Jeddah has worsened with the onset of summer with demand more than twice supply, repor

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A new and dangerous computer virus that spreads through e-mail systems struck Friday and drew a warning from the FBI, reported CNN.com Saturday.  The

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A US delegation representing eight companies in the fields of computers, software and communication industry arrived in Egypt Friday for talks with Eg

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France's World Cup winning captain Didier Deschamps has revealed that he will decide whether to quit his English Premiership side Chelsea after Euro 2

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The "Sanaa ripper", a Sudanese morgue attendant, pleaded guilty to the rape and murder of 16 young women, at the start of his trial in the Yemeni capi

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A Chinese company won the contract for carrying out the first stage for establishing a railway line in Libya of 3170 kilometers in coming September wi