UAE

April 19, 2000

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 Chinese President Jiang Zemin and his Turkish counterpart Suleyman Demirel expressed desire Wednesday to improve ties ahead of talks that began un

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 Spanish soccer school celebrated Tuesday a phenomenal achievement as two of its prominent teams reached semifinal of European Champions League. Barce

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  By Ahmed Naser in Washington D.C.  Whether they were dressed in Sandals and torn jeans or a sweater and slacks, they traveled from all over the cou

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For the second day running, members of a Lebanese opposition group demonstrated in Beirut Tuesday, demanding that Syrian troops leave the country.  Do

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 An Air Philippines Boeing passenger jet crashed near the southern city of Davao early Wednesday, killing all 131 passengers and crew in the count

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Over half of Jordan's parliament members have urged King Abdullah to replace the government of Prime Minister al-Rawabdeh, who has been accused of political and economic incompetence. However, the Mon

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Dr. Salim al Hoss, the Lebanese Premier, has taken the opportunity of a recent conference in Beirut to lay open his economic vision.  The event, directed to local and foreign accountants called Accoun

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Unilever is looking to increase its investment in Palestine.  A senior delegation from Unilever recently concluded an inspection visit to this market to scrutinize its prospects. Unilever Palestine c

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Falcon Electronics, the exclusive retailer of Samsung products in Morocco, disclosed that it holds a 10% market share, but it is not yet satisfied.  Falcon has set its sights on commanding a 30% mark

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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