UAE

May 17, 2000

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High blood glucose levels after a meal appear to indicate an increased risk of pancreatic cancer, US researchers suggest in a report published by Reut

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Top seed Pete Sampras saw his clay court nightmares return to haunt him here on Wednesday when he bowed out to unseeded Frenchman Arnaud Di Pasquale i

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A lawyer representing the defense team for the Iranian Jews accused of spying for Israel said the penalty for espionage was a long prison term, not de

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  More fighting has broken out in the streets of Copenhagen between Arsenal and Galatasaray fans ahead of the UEFA cup final. Missiles were exchanged

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Asian soccer got a new home Wednesday when Malaysia's king opened the 18-million (4.7m dollar) headquarters of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).

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Scott Sharp turned in the fastest lap of the week in practice for Saturday's Indianapolis 500 trials, edging two champions from a rival series. Sharp

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Former undisputed heavyweight champion Mike Tyson is battling to get past the authorities to box in Scotland next month, but he has been encouraged by

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The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the European Union (EU) are to meet in Brussels on May 22 for talks aimed at finalizing a long delayed free-tra

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Member of European Parliament Chris Heaton-Harris said on Wednesday he is hoping to persuade UEFA to switch England's Euro 2000 clash with Germany fro

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The Israeli parliament voted overwhelmingly Wednesday in favor of opposition bills on two of the thorniest issues in peace talks with the Palestinians

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King Abdullah of Jordan is to visit Damascus Sunday for talks with Syrian President Hafez Assad on the peace process, a Jordanian official said Wednes

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Arab states and Turkey have formally accepted Lebanon's membership in a regional power-sharing club and tentatively endorsed Libya's adhesion, Jordan'

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Lebanese Future Television's satellite station will face legal measures if it fails to tone down news content that the government says is "harming the

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The Arab world has fallen behind in the race for knowledge in a world more and more dependent on technology, a leading Arab expert on management said

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The Omani port of Salalah posted losses of more than five million dollars in 1999, its first operational year, after taking into account start-up cost