UAE

April 19, 2000

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In a growing "brain drain" problem for the Iranian economy, the Republic's university graduates are increasingly packing their bags for work abroad.

April 18, 2000

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By Shady Janzeir  Jordan introduced itself as a producer rather than a buyer at a military equipment show underway in the capital Amman. Inaugurated b

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 Jordan's King Abdullah II on Tuesday expressed his confidence in the government of Prime Minister Abdur-Ra’uf Rawabdeh, following recent criticis

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The human rights group Amnesty International said Tuesday that Saudi Arabia and Iran, are among countries with the highest numbers of executions world

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    Hundreds of hard-liners gathered on Tuesday at the University of Tehran to protest against the reforms initiated by Iran's President Mohammad Kh

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Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz has cast doubts on the objectivity of Hans Blix, the chief of the new arms body UNMOVIC charged with disarming

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According to a report by Fox News Tuesday, bone specialists can be uniquely useful in detecting child abuse signs. This would help persons concerned w

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 Oman's pioneers' soccer team advanced to Asia Cup Championship finals, after they thrashed Tajikistan 3-0 in Beirut Monday. It is the first time eve

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Iraq and Libya took advantage of a Security Council review of UN sanctions to press for the measures to be lifted and to condemn what they called US m

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 King Fahd of Saudi Arabia called on the government Monday to take measures to attract foreign investment in the country, the official SPA news age

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 Asian shares rose early Tuesday in line with Wall Street's gains, but Tokyo prices soon fell again and rallies elsewhere were subdued by worries that

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  Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, on his first visit to Iran, called on Monday for an end to regional tensions, Iranian state television reporte

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Lebanese Prime Minister Salim Hoss hailed Tuesday Israel's announcement of a troop pullout from occupied southern Lebanon by July 7 as the first Israe

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Concerned with the rapid depletion of water reserves, Saudi Authorities plan to launch a new series of measures to reduce consumption.  Though not specifying any particulars, Agriculture and Water Min

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Cisco, the American IT giant, is expected to affirm its solid commitment to the Egyptian IT and telecommunication sectors.  Next week, the Egyptian telecom and information Ministry is expected to sign