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U.A.E. - dead cows
United Arab Emirates, Local, 5/16/1998
Israel continues aggressions, expels three Lebanese
The Israeli occupation forces expelled Lebanese citizen Muhammad Mousa al-Daher, his daughter Muna and her five-month old daughter from Shabaa
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 5/15/1998
Bahrain - health education
Bahrain, Health, 5/15/1998
Bahrain hosts waste transport meetings
Bahrain-Regional, Environment, 5/15/1998
U.A.E. - cow dumping
United Arab Emirates, Environment, 5/15/1998
Egypt - book banned
Egypt, Education, 5/15/1998
Comoros - strikes
Comoros, Local, 5/15/1998
Israeli warplanes kill 10 people, a signal to Syria?
"The bombardment is a gross violation of Lebanon's territorial integrity and France condemns this bloody military action"
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 5/14/1998
Four Jordanian prisoners back home
Four Jordanian prisoners arrived yesterday in Amman after they spent eight years in Kuwaiti custody for supporting Iraq's six-month invasion of Kuwait in 1990 which was followed by the Gulf War in 1991.
Jordan-Kuwait, Judicial, 5/14/1998
Jerusalem mufti says Israel plans to demolish al-Aqsa mosque
Regional-Palestine, Religion, 5/14/1998
ACSAD concludes deliberations
Participants in the meetings issued a number of resolutions providing for preserving Arab water rights, assigning ACSAD with the task of forming a project for setting up an Arab network for water resources training, getting more involved in world forums on specialized legislation on joint waters.
Regional, Education, 5/14/1998
Arab environment conference opened in Cairo
Saudi deputy defense minister and chairman of the meetings of the current session, Prince Fahd Bin Abdullah al-Saud, recommended in a report not to allow Israel to join the Asian group in the frame of the international agreement to fight desertification
Regional, Environment, 5/14/1998
Stealth, and serious attack on Egypt by U.S. congress, part 2: The sledgehammer legislation
Everyone should oppose religious persecution. But this bill before the congress will have the opposite effect, by having religious groups get into fights blaming those minorities for loss of foreign aid, and worsening relations as opposed to making them better.
Regional, Editorial, 5/13/1998
An Israeli and an Arab showing the way
It was the first multiple kidneys transplant ever done in Israel. But that was not the only important thing. The political implication of the surgery was more important where an Arab and a Jew found a way to help each other and give a lesson of co-existence between these two war-shattered nations.
Regional, People, 5/13/1998
Israeli raids kill 10 Palestinians in Bekaa
Sources in a Lebanese hospital said today that ten Palestinian fighters were killed and another 22 injured, five seriously, in three Israeli raids on the Lebanese Bekaa.
Lebanon-Regional, Military, 5/13/1998
Sudan: What comes after the self-determination agreement?
The May 6 agreement between the Sudanese government and the Sudan's People's Liberation Army (SPLA), according to which the southern part of Sudan is to be granted the right of self-determination, has touched some sensitive nerves both inside and outside Sudan, and it is yet to engender a wave of repercussions.
Sudan, Reporter's View, 5/13/1998
France, U.N. anxious over Middle East peace
French President Jacques Chirac and the U.N. chief Kofi Annan have expressed great concern over the stumbled Middle East peace process, especially over the Israeli government's rejection of the U.S.proposal for the second phase of redeployment.
Regional-France, International, 5/13/1998
Damascus hosts ACSAD meetings
The problem of the scarcity of water resources in the Arab region is very critical and has political dimensions as regards shared water resources.
Regional, Agriculture, 5/13/1998
Fatah movement eulogizes four martyrs
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 5/13/1998
Three Jordanians arrested under charges on recent explosions
Jordan, Judicial, 5/13/1998
Huge fire in Bahrain
Bahrain, Local, 5/13/1998
Palestinian killed in West Jerusalem stabbing
The Israeli police suspect that an extremist Jew might have carried out an attack today that claimed the life of a Palestinian in West Jerusalem, as well as of committing previous attacks against Arabs.
Palestine-Israel, Local, 5/13/1998
Student demonstration in Omani capital
Oman, Local, 5/13/1998
Threats to Iraqi agriculture
Iraq, Agriculture, 5/13/1998
U.A.E. environment workshop
United Arab Emirates, Environment, 5/13/1998
Health experts meet in Oman
Oman-Regional, Health, 5/13/1998
Qatar extends amnesty period
Qatar, Judicial, 5/13/1998
U.A.E. agrees to buy fighter jets from U.S.
United Arab Emirates-USA, Military, 5/13/1998
Somali bridge to Kismayu cut off
Somalia, Military, 5/13/1998
Mauritanian military transport plane crash
Mauritania, Local, 5/13/1998
Comoros, Local, 5/13/1998
Syrian finds displayed in Canada
Syria-Canada, Culture, 5/13/1998
Damascus hosts surgery conference
Regional, Health, 5/13/1998
Hughes company will implement Gulf radar net project
Gulf, Military, 5/13/1998
Memories of a 1948 survivor
Looking at the landscape that once was the site of his home village, Mustafa Yousef Khalil wiped silent tears that rolled down on his face and spoke to himself: "Oh God. Please rest our souls in peace. Bring us back to our land. Bring our children back. What happened to us was incredible. Unbelievable. Where are our grandfathers and our brothers with whom we lived together in dignity on our land? I pray to you, God, not to pardon those who caused all this injustice to us and those who oppressed our people and insulted us."
Palestine, History, 5/12/1998
Israeli shelling damages school, homes in Kafer Tabnet
Israeli forces on Monday shelled an elementary school in Kafer Tabnet town in south Lebanon wounding a girl student. The Israeli attack also resulted in damage to a Lebanese citizen's house and the electrical grid in the town.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 5/12/1998
Syria, Lebanon sign cooperation program
The executive program of the Syrian-Lebanese cooperation agreement in the field of technical, vocational and technological education for the years 1998 through 2000 was signed in Damascus on Sunday.
Syria-Lebanon, Education, 5/12/1998
GCC chiefs of staff
Gulf, Military, 5/12/1998
Two Syrian youths arrested by the Israelis in the Golan
Syria-Israel, Local, 5/12/1998
The Gordian Knot of US-Middle East policy
This is not about First Lady Clinton, or Journalist Robert Novak, or President Bush or others who dare to speak their mind. This is about the need to unravel this "Gordian Knot" that is corrupting U.S. policy at a fundamental level, that insists that U.S. policy decisions go through "Israel's" filter first rather than that of the U.S.
Regional-USA, Analysis, 5/11/1998
Bomb attackers captured in Jordan
One week after a series of minor bomb attacks that shocked part of theJordanian capital, Amman, acting Minister of Information Naser Lawzi announced the capture of a group targeting Jordanian internal security and stability.
Jordan, Local, 5/11/1998
Palestinians prepare for mourning day on May 14
Next Thursday, according to the schedule, approximately one Million Palestinians will take part in the largest ever march the Palestinians have held since the loss of their country in 1948.
Palestine, History, 5/11/1998
Arab caricature manifests social and political issues
As troubles grew in the Arab homeland, satire and caricature took on different forms in the past few years, and new generations of caricaturists entered the arena. But this abundance does not mean that the space of freedom has expanded before the Arab caricaturist.
Regional, Culture, 5/11/1998
Football: Saudi Arabia and Syria have wins
Syria's youth soccer team defeated Jordan's soccer team 2-0 at the opening tournament of the second group of the 31st Asian Nations Cup playoffs, which opened on Sunday in Beirut.
Syria-Jordan, Sports, 5/11/1998
Many Israeli-Palestinian issues in Israel's comptroller's report
Many in Israel have so far failed to answer the question of whether they regard themselves as Jews or Israelis.
Palestine-Israel, Local, 5/11/1998
Fatah denies connection with Amman explosions
Fatah's official representative in Amman, Ibrahim Ajwah, denied that his organization is connected with a series of explosions that recently took place in Amman.
Jordan, Local, 5/11/1998
Lebanese resistance targets Sujud, Kassaret al-Aroush
Israeli occupation forces on Sunday bombarded western sector areas, Abu Rashid heights and Berkat al-Jabbour in the occupied part of south Lebanon, as the Lebanese national resistance forces attacked two Israeli positions in Sujud and Kassaret al-Aroush.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 5/11/1998
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