UAE

April 30, 2000

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The Saudi Authorities warned all local commercial banks of a possible influx of forged US dollars into the Kingdom. A counterfeit US$100 note, printed in 1996, were recently detected in the neighborin

April 29, 2000

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An Iranian soccer player in Tehran has been suspended for six months and fined a sum of $1,200 for celebrating his goal by taking his shirt off and p

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France, Spain and Czech Republic dominated the Federation Cup Friday competing in Groups A, B, C in venues throughout the world while on Saturday Ita

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Palestinian President Yasser Arafat is expected in Saudi Arabia Tuesday for a two-day visit focusing on developments in the Middle East peace process.

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Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid said his government will meet every day "for the next two weeks" starting immediately to tackle a monetary crisis p

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The Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) states are due to meet in Muscat Saturday for the second consultative meeting. GCC states will tackle various econ

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Positions of Israeli troops and their allied South Lebanon Army came under fire by Hizbolla fighters Saturday, a day after three SLA soldiers were kil

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The conservative-dominated Iranian press court has suspended the fundamentalist Jebheh (Front) paper, Iranian state radio announced Saturday.  Jebhe

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The next time you have a headache or other minor pain, chasing your pain pills with a cup of coffee will do a better job of relieving the pain than pl

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After conquering Guatemala 4-0 in the semifinals of the CONCACAF regional qualifying event, the United States qualified for their sixth consecutive Ol

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The Sudanese government has denied a report that opposition forces seized a government military camp in east Sudan, the press said Saturday.  Govern

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   A new car appears every nine minutes on Cairo's traffic-choked roads, according to traffic department statistics published Friday.  Last year,

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The struggles of Allen Iverson and the absence of Eric Snow had no effect on the Philadelphia 76ers, which routed the Charlotte Hornets with an 81-76

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A Sudanese man and two Indians were beheaded in Saudi Arabia on Friday for various crimes including child rape and murder, an Interior Ministry statem

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Queen Rania of Jordan was chosen by People magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world this year.  The magazine's annual list include