UAE

May 10, 2000

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At least two Palestinians were wounded in violent clashes with Israeli soldiers that erupted Wednesday in the West Bank town of Bethlehem after a demo

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Tradition says the biblical Prophet Abraham fathered both the Jewish and Arab nations. Now, new DNA-based research reveals a genetic link between Jews

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The World Bank's board of directors delayed voting on two controversial loans to Iran, leaving consideration of the already postponed $231 million in

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Israel and the European Union are near agreement on Israel's admission to a UN grouping of mostly European nations, Israel's ambassador to the UN Yehu

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Iraqi president Saddam Hussein has likened Iraq's confrontation with the US superpower over the past decade to a Jihad, or Muslim holy war, newspapers

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Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar held talks Tuesday with Moroccan king Mohammed VI in the Moroccan port city of Tangier on issues of mutual int

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Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammad Said Sahhaf and his Yugoslav counterpart Zivadin Jovanovic agreed in talks in Belgrade Tuesday that sanctions were a "

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The New York Knicks defeated the Miami Heat 82-76 in Game 2 of the NBA playoffs in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference series at American Airlines Ar

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After a 3-3 draw with Arsenal, England's Sheffield Wednesday's dreams of gaining the Premiership were shattered after being relegated from the League

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Saudi authorities say they are winning the war against pornography on the Internet.  The director of the government organization that monitors all Sau

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The United Nations Middle East representative, Terje Larsen, has said the UN was ready to deploy peacekeepers in southern Lebanon after Israel withdra

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Journalists and photographers were allowed briefly to enter the courtroom before a widely followed trial of 13 Iranian Jews charged with spying for Is

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Saudi Arabia slammed critics of its human rights record as enemies of God, religion and humanity and said its Islamic Sharia law was the best guarante

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The test of strength between Sudan's President Omar al-Beshir and his former ally turned rival, veteran Islamist Hassan al-Turabi, took a new turn Tue

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The arrest of more than 100 students at a violent demonstration here over a novel they deemed blasphemous sparked more protests at Cairo's Islamic Al-