UAE

May 4, 2000

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The UAE has been removed from the US Special 301 watch list of countries monitored for violations of intellectual property rights, a senior Business S

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Japanese Sumitomo Corporation and Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) are in talks with Saudi Arabia to build a power plant to meet soaring electrici

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Real Madrid avenged two group defeats by conquering Bayern Munich 2-0, Wednesday, in the first leg of the Champions League semifinal at Santiago stadi

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Tourists are beginning to trickle back into Algeria's southern Sahara desert, encouraged by the efforts of the authorities to bring seven years of vio

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Foreign ministers of Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Syria, during a coordination meeting in Tadmur Thursday, called on peace sponsors, the European Union and

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Gunmen killed 23 people and injured 21 others, 10 seriously, at a fake roadblock near Medea in northern Algeria, hospital sources said Thursday, givin

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The US administration has accentuated the Egyptian government's success in fighting terrorism and promoting international cooperation in the fight aga

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The Seattle Supersonics crushed Utah Jazz 104-93 tying the series 2-2 in Salt Lake City, Wednesday and are now headed for a deciding Game 5 in their f

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Morocco's government said Wednesday it would set up a body including Muslim scholars to seek compromise on a controversial plan to give more rights to

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Three fighters of the Hizbollah movement fighting Israel's occupation of southern Lebanon were killed in a two-hour clash late Wednesday, the Israeli-

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Defending champion, Argentina's Franco Squillari cruised into the third round of the $375,000 BMW Open in Munich Wednesday, defeating Martin Damm of t

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Amnesty International on Wednesday denounced the cost in human rights terms of Sudan's oil industry, cataloguing "massive" violations by the country's

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 In a ceremony in Boston, US on Wednesday, 50 journalists from five continents were named "world press freedom heroes" by the International Press I

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Taleban officials have denied published reports that suspected terrorist leader Osama bin Laden is dying from kidney failure, a London-based Islamic g

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Lawyers for two Libyans charged with murdering 270 people in the 1988 Lockerbie airliner bombing pointed the finger at ‘Palestinian terrorists’ as the