May 1, 2000
The United States cannot confirm that Syrian President Hafez al-Assad suffered a cerebral haemorrhage earlier this month and thinks him "still firmly
Jordan’s King Abdullah II, inaugurating in Amman Sunday the 103rd conference of the International Parliamentary Union (IPU) with the participation of
Birzeit-Palestine Pharmaceutical Company (BPC) last week procured 62 percent of the Eastern Chemicals Company for Pharmaceuticals. The value of the deal is estimated at more than JD1 million, A-Sharq
The Moroccan government recently released its semi-annual budget to the parliament for the second half of the current year, Al-Hayat newspaper reported. The new budget, presented by the Prime Minister
HSBC Middle East launched its 12th ATM in Qatar at the new commercial Loulou (Pearl) Center. Steve Natel, Personal Banking Services Manager, stated that Loulou Center was selected for its accessible l
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April 30, 2000
By Amjad Baker Technical manager of Jordan's Orthodox basketball team, Rizk Masri, confirmed Sunday that his team would not compete in the event of
BMW's efforts to shed its loss-making British subsidiary Rover took another twist Saturday when the German firm announced it would start talks with Ph
France's Olivier Marceau became the first Frenchman ever to win the men's world triathlon championship in Perth Sunday overwhelming two Australians.
Israeli and Palestinian negotiators began a new round of peace talks on Sunday, hours later than planned because of Palestinian protests over Israeli
Delegates from 123 countries have gathered to discuss peace in the Middle East and international cooperation, at an interparliamentary conference, whi
The standoff between Tunisian journalist Twafiq Bin Brick and the country's authorities has hardened after the reporter's brother announced he would
Thousands of Iranian workers held a May Day march Sunday in central Tehran, chanting slogans against a recently passed law enabling employers with few
Lebanon's Sagesee basketball team recovered late in the second half from their poor start to beat Tadamoun 81/78, Saturday, and advance into the semi