May 15, 2000
Moroccan journalists will stage a 1-hour strike Tuesday to express solidarity with colleagues Mustapha Alaoui and Khalid Mechbal and protest against t
Ministers of electricity and energy from six Arab countries and Turkey gathered Monday in Jordan to discuss regional power-sharing, officials said.
Iranian President Mohammed Khatami suffered a mild heart problem last week and spent several hours at a Tehran clinic, a hospital source familiar with
A UN-sponsored meeting in London Sunday aimed at clearing the way for a referendum on the future of the disputed Western Sahara ended without any conc
Britain's Richard Burns, driving a Subaru Impreza WRC, won the Argentina Rally to extend his lead in the 2000 World Championship to 14 points on Sunda
The chief Palestinian negotiator with Israel, Yasser Abed Rabbo, has resigned in protest over the establishment of a second negotiating channel, his o
Deportivo Coruna managed only a draw on Sunday but stayed three points clear of the nearest challenger Barcelona who stood at the top of the Spanish f
Though stripped of his political posts, Sudan's veteran Islamist ideologue Hassan Turabi still commands the admiration of a diehard core of followers.
Sporting Lisbon was crowned Portuguese first-division champions for the 17th time, overpowering FC Porto with a 4-0 win Sunday at Porto-outfit Salguei
Sweden's Jesper Parnevik parred the third playoff hole Sunday to claim his second title of the year and extend David Love III's title drought who pond
The Israeli cabinet on Monday approved the transfer of two Palestinian villages near Jerusalem to full Palestinian control, a move that could weaken P
The Phoenix Suns were saved from being swiped out of the NBA playoffs when they routed the Los Angeles Lakers 117-98 in the Western Conference semifin
Lazio won the Italian league for the first time in 26 years, clinching the second title in club history, Sunday after thrashing Reggina 3-0 in Rome, w
British Foreign Office Minister Peter Hain said after meeting Syrian leaders on Sunday he was optimistic about prospects for peace between Syria and I
Close ties between Saudi Arabia and Iran should help topple the Iraqi president, a leading opposition figure said Sunday in Kuwait, where Western anal