UAE

May 6, 2000

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Kuwait said Saturday it "would move at a great speed to endorse regulations relating to the law on allowing foreigners to own shares in Kuwaiti compan

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One person was killed and four members of the security forces were wounded in clashes Saturday in the troubled southern Yemeni town of Dhaleh, witness

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Turkey and Libya have decided to improve their troubled relationship in bilateral talks held in Tripoli earlier in the week, the Turkish foreign minis

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 United Arab Emirates' Defense Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashed al-Maktum has ordered urgent humanitarian aid sent to Ethiopia for drought victi

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America's Venus Williams didn't last long after coming back from her six-month injury layoff as she lost to South Africa's Amanda Coetzer (6-3, 6-4) F

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A majority of Israelis said in a poll published on Friday that Ehud Barak had not measured up to their expectations of him when they elected him prime

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  President Bill Clinton said Friday that the United States remained hopeful that Saudi exile Osama bin Laden could be tracked down, said Kuw

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Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa said that the meeting of the joint Libyan - Egyptian initiative for achieving reconciliation in Sudan will be hel

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  The US jobless rate plunged to a 30-year low of 3.9 percent in April, heralding a likely sharp hike in interest rates in order to curb inflation

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Karl Malone scored 27 points and every Jazz starter reached double figures as  Utah Jazz defeated the Seattle Supersonics 96-93 Friday and won the fir

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Computer security experts around the world scrambled Friday to cope with new versions of a rampant e-mail virus, as top secret computers at the US Pen

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The United States on Friday called for "maximum restraint" on the part of Israel and Hizbollah, engaged in raids and retaliatory strikes over the past

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 In the cramped offices of a privately-run hospital in this small town a few kilometres (miles) outside the Nigerian capital Abuja, a doctor claims

May 5, 2000

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The hunger-striking Tunisian journalist Taoufik Ben Brick said from his hospital bed in Paris Friday that if he failed to secure a meeting with Presi

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Tunisian foreign ministry announced Thursday the resumption of diplomatic ties with Sudan after almost a decade of rupture, reported the Kuwaiti News