May 8, 2000
Various Arab states are currently in the habit of investing heavily in railroad infrastructure to improve current facilities and to link remote areas. In Iraq, the Public Enterprise for Railroads c
The Palestine Development and Investment Company (PADICO), the largest private Palestinian enterprise, convened its first general assembly in Palestine on Saturday. At the meeting, the company urged
During the last few years, there has been an increase of foreign investment in Middle Eastern telecommunication industries. One reason is the growing demand for cellular phones in most Arab countries
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May 7, 2000
Victories by Juventus and Lazio, Sunday, made the Italian League title race a mystery, hiding the winner until the last match of the season. Alessandr
A conservative Iranian election watchdog said Sunday there had been significant fraud at Tehran polling stations, casting doubt on the reform victory
About 20 members of parliament from nine Arab countries left Amman Sunday to travel by road to Baghdad for a solidarity visit lasting several days.
A Jewish teenager and his nine-year-old brother were in a serious condition in hospital after being stabbed by a Palestinian man at their home in Jeru
The Indiana Pacers took a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal playoff series after defeating the Philadelphia 76ers 108-91 Satu
The Israeli government named Sunday Avraham Dichter, a longstanding agent with the internal security service Shin Beth as its new chief. Dichter, 4
Exposure to insecticides in the home may double a person's risk of developing Parkinson's disease, say researchers. There was also an association with
Zamalek's unconvincing 2-1 victory over Ethiopia's Bon disappointed the Egyptian spectators who expected to enjoy a one-sided match similar to that of
Two Arabs arrested for alleged espionage have admitted they were spying for the United States and Israel, Afghanistan's Taliban militia said Sunday.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian President Yasser Arafat could meet before Wednesday's celebration of Israeli independence, public te