UAE

January 19, 2000

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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

January 18, 2000

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They traveled 4,500 kilometers in eight days and have 1,400 more to go. They have come with cameras, honey, art, and home appliances that they are sel

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The United Arab Emirates is seeking to develop its high-tech infrastructure and position itself as a regional e-commerce leader.   The head of the Dub

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Egyptian actress Hoda Sultan is searching for 13 missing films that starred her brother actor, Mohammed Fauzy. Tahrir Al-Messa newspaper reports that

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Both the Toblah and Al-Deir teams are hoping tonight will be the night they improve on the road their rickety ranks in the Al-Ittihad & Banoko Fir

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The Kuwaiti national football team is gearing up for the qualifying games of the Asian Football Championship (October 12-27) by holding its training c

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In 1998, the Arab world’s economy contracted, internal debt rose, imports exceeded exports. Furthermore the UAE Al-Ittihad newspaper reported that the

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The Sultanate of Oman is preparing to re-open its trade office in Tel Aviv, according to the Iranian Al-Wefaq daily (January 12). The Assistant Direct

January 17, 2000

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The last placed Sadous nearly humiliated the Saudi soccer league leader but buckled in the game's final minutes allowing Ahli to even the score. Al-Ha