UAE

May 18, 2000

03:00 GMT

Turkey's Galatasaray conquered England's Arsenal 4-1 in a penalty shootout and celebrated the historical moment of lifting up the first ever UEFA cup

03:00 GMT

The Sudanese opposition in exile welcomed Wednesday a proposal it said it had received from President Omar al-Beshir for a pan-Sudanese conference

03:00 GMT

Egypt said Wednesday that the dispute over the Shebaa Farms Lebanon demands from Israel should not be given so much importance, according to the Daily

03:00 GMT

President Bill Clinton said Wednesday that US and Jordan have worked together to disclose alleged plans by an organization led by Saudi suspected terr

03:00 GMT

Violence in the West Bank territories earlier this week stopped only after Israel threatened Tuesday to bomb PA headquarters in Ramallah with Cobra he

03:00 GMT

The Israeli ministry of housing and construction and the Israel Lands Administration released tender bids yesterday for the construction of 582 additi

03:00 GMT

An Iraqi child was killed and four other civilians were injured, two of them seriously, by a missile fired from a US plane flying over southern Iraq

03:00 GMT

EFG : 17/5 5447.48 +1.79% MKB100 : 17/5 16925.31 -3.24%  TA100 : 18/5 528.53  +1.27% IGB : 18/5 730.68  -3.24% BSE : 18/5 1981.76 +5.27% BVMT : 18/5 1068.26 +0.54% © 20

03:00 GMT

BG International, through its BG Tunisia business, will invest an additional $450 million in Tunisia over a nine-year period. BG Group has announced that this investment would include developing the H

03:00 GMT

The Egyptian Housing Minister, Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim Suleiman, disclosed that the state's total investments on populating Sinai hit EP 2.5 billion. EP 1.075 billion was spent on water projects, EP 393

03:00 GMT

Saudi transportation authorities plan to impose new tolls on cars using the kingdom's highways. An anonymous source from the Transportation Ministry told al Riyadh daily that studies of this plan have

03:00 GMT

The number of operating companies at the Sharjah (UAE) Saif Zone has hit 450 within a five-year period. Khaleej Times reported that a new foodstuff company, Nair International FZC, is the most recent

03:00 GMT

Libyan President Moamer Kadhafi met the chief of staff of the Algerian army, General Mohamed Lamari, in Tripoli Wednesday, Libyan state television reported.  They discussed "ways of further strength

May 17, 2000

03:00 GMT

Moves by Israel's parliament to cement Israel's hold over the disputed city of Jerusalem and to block the return of Palestinian refugees, could mean t

03:00 GMT

Israeli warplanes carried out a series of raids on strongholds of the Hizbollah group in southern Lebanon after nightfall Wednesday, Lebanese police s