UAE

May 2, 2000

03:00 GMT

Saudi Arabia has banned cabinet ministers from holding positions in companies, the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported Monday.  SPA quoted a st

03:00 GMT

Six people were wounded, one seriously, in a mortar attack in northern Tehran on Monday evening claimed by the outlawed armed opposition, state televi

03:00 GMT

The US State Department said Monday that the threat of terrorist acts against the United States remains but that the major sources of terrorism have s

03:00 GMT

The lead suspect in the closed-door espionage trial of 13 Iranian Jews confessed on state television Monday, saying he had betrayed his homeland by sp

03:00 GMT

The Palestinians insisted on Monday that their right to an independent state was not negotiable, as a new round of intensive peace talks aimed at forg

03:00 GMT

Jewels will sparkle and gold will glitter at the Dubai World Trade Centre, which will host the 6th Annual International Jewelry Dubai 2000 Exhibition, between May 16-20.  Much of the buzz surrounding

03:00 GMT

In response to the second regional conference on trade exchange in steel products held in the UAE, Syrian Teshreen Daily devoted a six-page article to review the current and future prospects of the Ar

03:00 GMT

The Office Furniture Exhibition opens today in Bahrain. The event, organized by Bahrain Light Industries Co. (BLICO), will run until May 13th. Four leading Saudi firms and other representatives of Gul

03:00 GMT

Palestinian President Yasser Arafat accused Israel of lacking commitment to the peace process and renewed a pledge to declare independence on September 13, at the start of a visit to Saudi Arabia on T

03:00 GMT

<b>Date:</b>May 2 - 5 2000 <b>Location:</b>Dubai World Trade Center, United Arab Emirates <b>Coordination by:</b>Reed Exhibitions <a href="mailto: matt.thompson@reedexpo.co.uk><u>matt.thompson@re

03:00 GMT

<b>Date:</b> May 2 - 5 2000 <b>Location:</b> Dubai World Trade Center, United Arab Emirates <b>Coordination by:</b> Reed Exhibitions <b>Specifics:</b> Inbound and outbound travel and touri

May 1, 2000

03:00 GMT

By Serene Serhan  British Member of Parliament George Galloway and former President of the Engineers Union, Laith Shbeilat, jointly expressed disappoi

03:00 GMT

 Iraq prefers to repair a disused oil terminal on the Gulf rather than reopen a pipeline through Syria to boost its UN-controlled oil exports, Midd

03:00 GMT

The Franco-Belgian group TotalFinaElf has proposed investments of eight billion dollars as Saudi Arabia wound up talks with oil majors on the opening

03:00 GMT

The playoffs in the National Basketball Association games continued in different venues Sunday resulting in the Kings, Wolves and Knicks achieving a t