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Israel threaten to terrorize Lebanon as 40 citizens cheat death from failed bomb
Israeli occupation forces on Thursday morning bombarded several villages in southern Lebanon and its western Bekaa by heavy artillery. Heavy material losses were recorded.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/21/1998
Explosion near security building in Yemen
An explosion was reported to have taken place near the wall of the headquarters of Yemeni security in the city of Zenjabar on Wednesday. No casualties were reported.
Yemen, Local, 8/21/1998
Zeroual: Security conditions in Algeria improve
Algerian President Liamine Zeroual stressed that the security conditions in Algeria are improving rapidly in comparison to previous years.
Algeria, Local, 8/21/1998
Morrocan King: Education reform is crucial for the future generations and employment
"Education is the basis of any action while employment ensures dignity to the children of this blessed land," the king said, noting that the moves to be made in this regard will not be easy but they "will have tangible impacts on the future of our children, on our prosperity and dignity and on our entry in the next century."
Morocco, Education, 8/21/1998
1500 American soliders arrived at Kuwait
An American force arrived in Kuwait today including 1,500 soliders to start training in the Kuwaiti desert lasting for the beginning of the coming September within the defensive cooperation between the two countries.
Kuwait-USA, Military, 8/21/1998
Report: Secret Israeli chemical tests kill 4, wound 25
Tests carried out by an Israeli secret laboratory recently killed four persons and other 25 have been reported wounded in Neis Zayouna district near Tel Aviv, an Israeli daily reported.
Israel, Military, 8/21/1998
Two Israeli soldiers killed in south Lebanon
Two Israeli soldiers were killed and their armored vehicle was burnt when Lebanese resistance forces detonated an explosive charge as the vehicle passed in the occupied part of south Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/21/1998
Qatar jet trouble blocks airport
Qatar, Local, 8/21/1998
Bahrainis released from Syria
Bahrain-Syria, Local, 8/21/1998
Morocco's Hicham Arazi In Quarter Final of Indianapolis Open
Morocco, Sports, 8/21/1998
More that 250 Lebanese come back from Congo
Lebanon, Local, 8/21/1998
US military strikes against Afghanistan and Sudan targets in self defense
The US President Bill Clinton announced that the United States launched military attacks on military bases in Afghanistan.
Sudan-USA, Military, 8/20/1998
Qatar starts evacuating Illegal residents
Police in Qatar announced on Wednesday that they will start as of Friday a campaign against illegal residents in Qatar. The decision coincides with the end of an amnesty period set up by Qatar for foreigners in the country illegally to correct their legal status.
Qatar, Local, 8/20/1998
One Israeli soldier killed, three wounded in south Lebanon
The Lebanese resistance on Wednesday afternoon ambushed an Israeli armored patrol in the occupied part of south Lebanon. The attack resulted in the death of one Israeli soldier and injuries to three others, according to Lebanese security officials.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/20/1998
US To Israel: Do not sell military equipment to India
Last minute obstacles have obstructed talks between the US and Israel on the latter's intention to purchase the most advanced models of F-16 combat jets.
Israel-United Arab Emirates, Military, 8/20/1998
Yemeni Socialist Party expresses resentment toward interior minister
In a press statement to ArabicNews.com, an official of the Yemeni Socialist Party expressed his resentment toward statements by Yemeni Interior Minister Hussein Mohammed Arab concerning a man who carried out an explosion at El-Khabar mosque in Sanaa.
Yemen, Local, 8/20/1998
Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Iraq import Lebanese potatoes
Lebanon, Agriculture, 8/20/1998
Cairo International Song Festival kicks off tomorrow
The fourth session of the Cairo International Song Festival will start on Friday evening and lasting for a week, during which more than 100 singers from more than 66 countries will participate in different activities of the festival, including a competition for Arabic and non-Arabic language songs.
Egypt, Culture, 8/20/1998
Palestinian prisoners escape for the second time in a week
Palestine, Local, 8/20/1998
Father of late Queen Alia dies at 80
Jordan, People, 8/20/1998
US, Kuwaiti maneuvers start today
A statement released by the US embassy in Kuwait on Tuesday said that some 1,500 US soldiers will take part starting today in maneuvers with the Kuwaiti army.
Kuwait-USA, Military, 8/19/1998
15.3 percent of working women are self-employed, study says
Less than 1% of working women (0.8%) in Morocco are heading an enterprise and 15.3% of this population are self-employed, says a study by a demographic studies center.
Morocco, Culture, 8/19/1998
Israeli soldier killed in South Lebanon
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/19/1998
Forty four killed in Yemeni floods
Yemen, Local, 8/19/1998
Abu Nidal in critical health conditions
Regional, People, 8/19/1998
Two civilians assassinated in Algeria
The Algerian dailies reported on Tuesday that an armed group had assassinated two persons on Sunday night in Had al-Sahara near al-Julfa district, south of the capital.
Algeria, Local, 8/19/1998
Arab teachers meet in Libya
Regional, Education, 8/19/1998
Jordan PM receives water report
Jordan, Local, 8/19/1998
US Naval Secretary in Bahrain
Bahrain-USA, Military, 8/19/1998
King Fahd pardons prisoners
Saudi Arabia, Local, 8/19/1998
Lebanese prime minister visits Syria today
Lebanon-Syria, Agriculture, 8/19/1998
Moroccan singers win prizes in Tunisian song festival
Morocco-Tunisia, Entertainment, 8/19/1998
First Arab women's karate championships
Regional, Sports, 8/19/1998
Cairo: secretary-general of Egyptian Human Rights Organization detained
The Egyptian police detained yesterday evening, the secretary general of the Egyptian Human Rights Organization for four hours.
Egypt, Local, 8/19/1998
Resistance escalated in south Lebanon
Israeli troops also stormed al-Kelei town, where they arrested a Lebanese citizen on charges of having connections with the Lebanese resistance.
Lebanon, Military, 8/19/1998
SLA releases Lebanese civilian
Lebanon, Local, 8/18/1998
UAE - expatriates
United Arab Emirates, Local, 8/18/1998
Dead Muslims can rest in peace in Berne
Muslims settled in Berne, Switzerland, can finally bury their dead relatives in a Muslim cemetery that respects the teachings of Islam after authorities of the Swiss federal capital authorized the allocation of land for a Muslim cemetery.
Regional, Religion, 8/18/1998
23 Moroccan illegal immigrants saved by Spanish boat
Twenty-three Moroccan illegal immigrants were rescued lately by a Spanish ferry-boat after the wreckage of their patera (a small boat) off Almeria (Southern Spain).
Morocco, Local, 8/18/1998
Hamas suspicious of the escape of Awadallah
The Hamas movement has expressed suspicion yesterday in the Palestinian government's story relating to the escape of Imad Awadallah who was accused of killing Mohyiddin Sharif, a military official of Hamas movement.
Palestine, Local, 8/18/1998
Russian minister of defense to arrive tomorrow in Cairo
Russian diplomatic sources in Cairo said Minister of Defense Igor Sergeyev and an accompanying delegation will arrive in Cairo tomorrow for a one-day visit to Egypt.
Egypt, Military, 8/18/1998
Israeli troops storm south Lebanon towns, fighter Pierre Abu Joudeh missing
Israeli occupation troops on Monday stormed the towns of Bint Jbeil, Houla, Markaba and Ras Thalathin in the occupied part of south Lebanon. News reports from south Lebanon said the Israeli troops forced citizens of these towns to evacuate their houses.
Lebanon, Military, 8/18/1998
Egyptian court considering plea presented by Islamic refugee in Britain
An Egyptian court specified the November 26 as the date it will consider a judicial plea presented by an Egyptian Islamic figure in Britain against an Egyptian newspaper, in which he accused the chief editor of the newspaper and one its editors of vilifying him.
Egypt, Judicial, 8/18/1998
Jordanian water crisis causes imports Saudi water
The Jordanian minister of supply will start distributing bottles of mineral water from Saudi Arabia for sale in the capital Amman at the same price as the domestic product as a contribution to alleviate the water problem afflicting the country.
Jordan, Local, 8/18/1998
US, Israeli embassies in Jordan tighten security measures
The Jordanian weekly al-Majd said today that the US and Israeli embassies in Amman had increased security measures following the US embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania.
Jordan, Local, 8/17/1998
Algerian forces kill extremist leader
The Algerian daily Liberte said on Sunday that security forces killed Balqati Rabah, one of the leaders of the Armed Islamic Group, accused of being involved in massacres which have claimed the lives of thousands of Algerian civilians.
Algeria, Military, 8/17/1998
Lebanese journalist shot dead
Lebanese security forces said Lebanese journalist Hassan Humieh, a correspondent for the Lebanese daily Al-Diyar was found killed near Baalbek.
Lebanon, Local, 8/17/1998
UAE - archeological site
United Arab Emirates, Culture, 8/17/1998
Doha - body
Qatar, Local, 8/17/1998
Twenty arrested on bombing charges
The Yemeni authorities said they arrested 22 persons on charges of being involved in a series of bombings in the country.
Yemen, Local, 8/17/1998
UNEP executive director in Algeria
The executive director of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), Klaus Topfert, started on Sunday a three day-work visit to Algeria to cover means of upgrading cooperation between UNEP and Algeria in matters of desertification, preservation of natural resources, pollution, and urbanization-related problems.
Algeria, Environment, 8/17/1998
Four armed tribesmen arrested in Sanaa
The security forces today in Sanaa said they arrested four tribesmen who violated the new resolution new banning the carrying weapons in cities which was issued by the security committee last Thursday.
Yemen, Local, 8/17/1998
Resistance will continue until seizes Israel occupation of Lebanon
The Lebanese resistance on Sunday attacked with rockets Israeli vehicles near the Sujoud position inside the occupied strip of south Lebanon. In a statement the resistance said that direct hits were achieved.
Lebanon, Military, 8/17/1998
Heatwave disturbs Damascenes daily life taking some to Barada
Temperatures had soared almost 10 degrees above normal to reach 45 degrees in most Syrian regions, but conditions started to improve late on Saturday and Sunday. A Syrian weather forecast official said on Sunday, "Things are returning to normal, and we expect a decline in temperatures in coming days."
Syria, Local, 8/17/1998
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