UAE

May 24, 2000

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The AGCC countries are rapidly becoming a lucrative market for German auto giant Mercedes-Benz (MB).  Boasting a 20 per cent jump in sales in the first quarter of this 2000, compared to the equivalent

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Morocco and Canada may soon conclude a cooperation agreement in electronic post, a system of electronic distribution that the Canadian posts company has devised for telecommunications and transactions

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The National Bank of Kuwait is set to introduce its online shopping card system to Egypt and the United Arab Emirates. NBK's online shopping card system, which was introduced last year, enables users

May 23, 2000

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US Vice President Al Gore vowed Tuesday to throw his "granite" support behind Israel if elected, push for the downfall of the Iraqi regime and battle

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Morocco's King Mohammed VI held trade talks here Tuesday on the sidelines of a meeting of their joint higher comm

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Lebanon will "cooperate unstintingly" with the United Nations after Israel completes its withdrawal from the south despite disagreement over the owner

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An Indian found guilty of murdering his Saudi employer and the man's son was decapitated by sword Tuesday, the interior ministry said. Miraj Khan Srou

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European football reaches its climax on Wednesday with a celebration of Spaniards talent as the European Champions League title for this season goes n

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Iran's volunteer fundamentalist militia called for a massive rally Tuesday at Tehran University, one day after thousands of students gathered to celeb

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Saudi Arabia plans to allow foreign lawyers to practice in the kingdom as part of an overhaul of the legal profession, a newspaper reported on Tuesday

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Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned Monday Turkish ambassador to Iran Turan Morali and lodged a strong objection to the mass arrest of Iranian nationals

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The tenth session of the joint ministerial council of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the European Union (EU) ended in Brussels Monday evening

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The resumption of the trial of two Libyans accused of bombing a Boeing 747 in 1988, killing 270 people, was delayed Tuesday because of technical probl

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Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak pledged Tuesday that the army's withdrawal from south Lebanon would be completed in the next few days, weeks ahead o

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A boxing reform bill aimed at stopping the exploitation of fighters by promoters and ranking organizations awaits only the signature of United States