May 9, 2000
Tunisian journalist Taoufik Ben Brick will head for Algeria Thursday after he finishes his medical tests, and that he will end his fasting on the 40th
America's Andre Agassi defeated unsuspecting fellow American Todd Martin (6-2, 7-6) in the first round match at the Italian Open in Rome, Monday. This
Qatar's emir, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, held talks Tuesday with the Emirati president, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al-Nahyan, on ways to boos
Manchester United's coach, Alex Ferguson, wants to sign Inter Milan's Christian Panucci defender for 6 million pounds, hoping to strengthen the ‘Red D
After hours of questioning, Philippine investigators have released their prime suspect in the "ILOVEYOU" computer virus due to insufficient evidence.
Lebanese Prime Minister Selim al-Hoss rejected on Tuesday a demand by the head of the Israeli-run SLA militia for a blanket amnesty for those who coll
Real seemed in control after winning the Champions League semifinal first leg 2-0 in Madrid but doubts kick-started after they were beaten 1-0 at home
Sudanese armed forces chiefs have pledged full backing for President Omar al-Beshir and his actions against political rival Hassan al-Turabi, state-ru
Leeds United's dreams of a place in the European Champions League next season were shattered when they were held to a 1-1 draw at their home ground ag
Fourteen Jordanian professional unions have threatened a boycott of an Amman hotel if it hosts an Israeli embassy reception Wednesday commemorating th
Saudi authorities have called off a briefing due on Tuesday for foreign oil companies aiming to invest in the country's energy sector, industry source
England's twenty Premiership clubs had a combined turnover of 670-million-pound for the last season, and were able to spend a sum of 269-million-pound
Egypt's prime minister Atef Obeid said the government is prepared to shoulder initial costs of preparations for opening foreign markets before Egyptia
Morocco's King Mohammed VI met Algeria's parliament speaker Bashir Boumaaza on Monday, a fresh sign of warming ties between the two regional rivals.
European Union's Middle East envoy Miguel Moratinos arrived in Beirut Monday for talks with senior Lebanese officials on the peace process with Israel