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Reach dials up profits while offering hope for jobless youths throughout West Bank. Oct 1, 2012 914
Foreign oil companies eye Libyan treasure trove: captain Ali Kikli may not be a politician or a government minister but here at the remote Essider oil terminal 650km east of Tripoli, he is clearly the boss. Nov 1, 2009 1338
Tunisian synagogues flourish though the Jews have gone: although most of Tunisia's Jewish population has relocated to other countries, its synagogues are thriving, providing a focus for international tourism, especially after President Zine Al Abidine Ben Ali took the bold step of authorising funds to restore these historic monuments to Tunisia's proud heritage. A report special to The Middle East magazine. Jun 1, 2008 1949
People of "the book" just like us ... Aug 1, 2007 1410
The wonder of Petra. Jul 1, 2007 1586
A Syrian sensation: twenty-five years after leaving Syira as a teenager, Jehad "Jay" Salkini has carved out a telecoms niche which has brought him to the attention of the leading multinationals in his field. Company Profile Dec 1, 2005 1364
South Africa's first Islamic-friendly game reserve: Larry Luxner reports from South Africa, on an innovative new Islamic business enterprise--a sumptuous new game reserve that is 100% halal. Oct 1, 2005 1374
Libya's man in Washington: Larry Luxner reports from the United States. Jun 1, 2005 1753
Game on: trade cooperation between Libya and the United States was suspended in 1986. But now with the new rapprochement brought about by Colonel Gadaffi's announcement that he would abandon all attempts to develop weapons of mass destruction, the Americans are back in force. Larry Luxner reports from Washington. Oct 1, 2004 2587
Suez Canal is raking in the revenues: before the US invasion of Iraq last year, Egypt's Suez Canal Authority predicted that a fully-fledged war in the Middle East would disrupt regional maritime traffic, slashing canal revenues by 10% or more. In reality, exactly the opposite has happened. Oct 1, 2004 1267
US to fight terrorism with trade: Larry Luxner reports from Washington on American aims to promote bilateral understanding in Arab and other Muslim states through commerce. Nov 1, 2003 1399
Cycling for world peace: Iranian Poupeh Mahdavinader is committed to cycling through 10 countries to promote friendship and peace. Oct 1, 2003 1085
Israel: peace at a price: this interview speaks volumes about how Israeli 'officialdom' really feels and why peace will remain impossible for Palestinians to accept on such terms. If anything, the Israelis are strengthening Arafat's position by this intransigence. Larry Luxner reports from Washington. (Current Affairs). Aug 1, 2003 1524
Healing the breech? After several years of severely strained relations and, in some instances, open hostility between the US and Sudan, an exchange of diplomats could herald a new era of cooperation. (Washington & Khartoum). Jul 1, 2003 1742
Tense times for Kuwait's man in Washington: with bombs falling in Kuwait's backyard, Salem Abdullah Al Jaber Al Sabah the country's ambassador to Washingon--nervously follows CNN television news, worried about the effect this latest conflict will have on his country. (Kuwait). May 1, 2003 1602
Do as we say, not as we do: the US has shown profound interest in the treatment of political prisoners since American service men and women began falling into Iraqi hands. Yet nobody in Washington seems to want to discuss the Geneva Convention when it comes the 650 "detainees" being held in Cuba. (Guantanamo). May 1, 2003 1832
Kabul's voice in Washington: Afghanistan's most vocal diplomat in the United States, Haron Amin, talked to Larry Luxner in Washington. (Current Affairs). Statistical Data Included Jun 1, 2002 2028
Palestinians of Honduras: Larry Luxner reports on a social and economic success story that began over 100 years ago. (Mosaic). Mar 1, 2002 1688
After a 20 year enmity -- light at the end of the tunnel? In the wake of the events of 11 September there have been positive signs that the two-decade-old hostility between Teheran and Washington has reached a turning point. Larry Luxner spoke to the outgoing head of the Iranian interests section in Washington DC, Fariborz Jahansoozan, exclusively for the Middle East. (Current Affairs). Statistical Data Included Dec 1, 2001 2209
POWERFUL US TRADE LOBBY URGES AN END TO IRAN SANCTIONS. Statistical Data Included May 1, 2001 1145
DUBAI PORTS AUTHORITY SELLS ITS MANAGEMENT EXPERTISE. Statistical Data Included Apr 1, 2001 1211
Brazil's Arab Fast Food King. Feb 1, 2001 1366
ISRAEL'S BEZEQ TO LOSE LOCAL TELEPHONE MONOPLY. Jan 1, 2001 1081
LEBANON BIDES ITS' TIME. Statistical Data Included Dec 1, 2000 1292
EGPYT'S MOBILE PHONE MARKET HEATS UP. Statistical Data Included Dec 1, 2000 1201
PALESTINIANS PLAN CARGO TERMINAL AT GAZA AIRPORT. Sep 1, 2000 953
COMPETITION SPURS ISRAEL'S EL AL TO NEW HEIGHTS. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 1140
PALESTINE BUILDS A TELECOMS INFRASTRUCTURE. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 903
JORDAN STAKES ITS CLAIM TO BECOME REGIONAL ONLINE HUB. Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 909
BIG PLANS FOR PORT OF AQABA. May 1, 2000 1217
JORDAN CASHES IN. Mar 1, 2000 1164
Jordan's man in Washington. Sep 1, 1999 1436
A license to collect number plates of the Arab world. Jun 1, 1999 1335
Lebanon's man in Washington. May 1, 1999 1296
PEACE PROCESS IN PERIL. Apr 1, 1998 1635
Algeria's man in Washington. Jan 1, 1998 1325
Cairo's man in Washington. Oct 1, 1997 1508
Telecommunications: bad connection. Sep 1, 1994 839
Balkans: Albania's evangelical strife. Nov 1, 1993 848
Islamic resurgence in Albania. Dec 1, 1992 1387

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