UAE

January 20, 2000

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A group of antique smugglers cover their activities by posing as fish dealers in a new Syrian television series, ''Sea Perfume,'' according to Al-Shar

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Overall exports from the Bekka region, the Lebanon valley, grew last month 53.7 percent increasing from LL 3.13 billion to LL 4.81 billion, a-Safir da

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Political activity between Iran and Algeria indicate that the two countries are close to mending relations after they were broken off in 1992. Secret

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Tuesday's World Cup qualification draw in Tokyo left the Kuwaiti National Football coach, Dushan Uhrine, unsure about the quality of his opponents and

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To meet increasing traveling demand in the Middle East, British Airways will beef up its presence in the region by using more planes to fly more route

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Fifty international human rights experts gathered this week in Algeria for a two-day conference on human right protection. The participants focused on

January 19, 2000

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MBC's website, which opened last October, has received more than 1.35 million visitors, according to Al-Sharq Al-Awsat.  More than 70% of the visitors

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Singer Angham Mohammed Ali will appear tomorrow on the MBC's ``Lail Ya Lail'' program and sing some of her most famous songs. Al-Sharq Al Awsat report

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The kitchen at the Algerian Parliament spends AD 16,000 a day to cook 2,000 meals, which is more than enough food to feed the government members a lar

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Chaired by Mohammed Ubeid Hammad, the Emirates National Teams Commission yesterday approved the preparation program of the national football team, whi

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A special television series that dealt with corruption in Algeria using religious symbolism aired during the holy month of Ramadan.  Al Yaum daily rep

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Children had the opportunity two days ago to learn through interactive media - television and a public forum - about Prince Abdul-Qader, one of the le

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American University in Dubai has received a permit from government authorities to operate a state-accredited institution of higher education, accordin

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The Palestinian economy showed signs of strength last year, growing 4.5 percent in 1999 and expanding fast enough to create 47,100 new jobs during the

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Oman Telecommunications Company (Omantel) substantially reduced monthly subscription charges and the SIM card rate as of January 1, 2000, according to