May 27, 2000
Iraq has urged the United Nations to let it import a specialized currency printing press to help combat counterfeiting, Foreign Minister Mohammad Said
Arab ambassadors accredited to Kazakhstan have presented an official protest to the Kazakhstan authorities over an anti-Arab media campaign in Kazakhs
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
By Shady Janzeir As expected, the renowned Jordanian rally driver Hani Bisharat won Friday the pole position of Jordan's Rumman National Hill Climb.
When Andrei Chesnokov began playing tennis in 1985, there were precious few chinks in the 'iron curtain' constructed by the Soviet military machine ac
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
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
At least seven people including Islamic extremists were killed over the weekend in the continuing violence between Islamic rebels and government force
Germany has decided to take part in the multi-billion-dollar expansion of Saudi Arabia's railway network, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported Saturday.
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
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
A US delegation representing eight companies in the fields of computers, software and communication industry arrived in Egypt Friday for talks with Eg
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
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
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