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International conference on human rights in Islam
The International Islamic Human Rights Committee intends to organize an international conference on human rights in Islam, the Committee's chairman, Ahmado Mukhtar Mbo announced Friday in Rabat.
Regional-Morocco, Religion, 10/10/1998
Morocco recognized for its water management and preservation
Morocco and UNESCO concluded in Paris on Thursday an agreement for the setting up of a water chair at the public works Hassania enginners school in Casablanca.
Morocco, Education, 10/10/1998
Morocco joins Belgian charter on languages and cultures of origin
Moroccan Education Minister Ismail Alaoui signed in Brussels Thursday the Belgian charter on languages and cultures of origin.
Morocco-Belgium, Education, 10/10/1998
UN child rights committee - Iraq sanctions
Iraq-UN, Health, 10/10/1998
UN - polio vaccinations
Regional, Health, 10/10/1998
Suspicions concerning delivering suspects in Lokerbie issue
The Israeli plane carrying dangerous chemicals used to make nerve gas weapons that crashed into a Holland apartment in 1992 is giving Libya additional thought about delivering to Holland for trial the two accused Libyans suspected in the 1988 Lockerbie explosion .
Libya, Judicial, 10/10/1998
Morocco plays Yugoslavia in 1999 Davis Cup
Morocco, Sports, 10/10/1998
Morocco's Khannouchi: big name in Chicago Marathon
Moroccan Khalid Khannouchi will be the biggest name and fastest runner in Sunday's Chicago Marathon.
Morocco-USA, Sports, 10/10/1998
Frenchman convicted for drug trafficking charges
Morocco-France, Local, 10/10/1998
Bahrain - fire
Bahrain, Local, 10/9/1998
Mediterranean Journalists Unions to Meet in Florence on freedom of the press
Regional-Italy, Culture, 10/9/1998
Israeli troops continue attacks against south Lebanon
The Israeli occupation forces on Thursday renewed its attacks against areas adjacent to the occupied part of south Lebanon, especially al-Tuffah. Lebanese security sources said the Israeli artillery bombed the woods of Sujoud al-Rayhan, al-Rafee mountain, Aqmata farm, Lweizeh heights and the Litani river area.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 10/9/1998
Several magistrates sanctioned for corruption and misbehavior
The Moroccan supreme magistrature council has adopted disciplinary measures against several magistrates, out of whom 2 had been dismissed and 13 temporarily excluded.
Morocco, Judicial, 10/8/1998
Prince Sultan offers oldest pictures of Mecca and al-Madina to libraries
Saudi Minister of Defense and Aviation Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz has offered a collection of unique photographs for Mecca and al-Madina al-Munawara to the libraries of the two cities.
Saudi Arabia, Culture, 10/8/1998
Two Qatar coup suspects out on bail
Qatar, Judicial, 10/8/1998
London hosts exhibition of 30 finest Arab artists
Regional, Culture, 10/8/1998
Tunis celebrates the International Music Day
Tunisia, Culture, 10/8/1998
AL chief admitted to hospital
Regional, People, 10/8/1998
Israel bombs south Lebanon
The Israeli occupation troops targeted with heavy artillery the valleys and mountainous roads surrounding and facing the al-Hamra and Teir Harfa positions in the occupied part of south Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 10/8/1998
Bedouins: the splendid life of chase, hunt and horsemanship
The desert entailed not only a simple life, but also the trial and education of the chase. The Umayyads, one and all, were huntsmen. Game was plentiful: lions existed in the Euphrates valley until the middle of the nineteenth century, and the large herds of gazelles which still range the steppes must in the days before cars have been even larger.
Regional-Syria, Culture, 10/7/1998
King Hassan lauds Moroccan - Egyptian solidarity, October War day remembered
the king said these very feelings had "prompted us to dispatch a contingent of our army so that the Moroccan serviceman be in the same trench with his Egyptian brethren, materializing thus Morocco's full solidarity with Egypt for the recovery of its sovereignty on the eastern part of the channel and Sinai."
Morocco-Egypt, Culture, 10/7/1998
Celebrating the October 6 war, Syrian Golan citizens cling fast to homeland
Commemorating the silver jubilee of the October War of 1973, the Syrian people in the occupied Golan Heights on Tuesday held a mass rally in Majdal Shams. People attending the rally stressed their support for their homeland in confrontation of Turkish threats.
Syria, Local, 10/7/1998
Mayors pledge to humanize cities, simplified Arabic version of the Habitat II needed
The second world conference of IS mayors called in "The Fez Declaration" for the democratization of cities and the setting up of autonomous communal administrations, and pointed out that the consolidation of cities management autonomy enables a greater involvement of citizens and strengthens democracy.
Regional-Morocco, Culture, 10/7/1998
Seven civilians killed in Algeria
Armed groups in Algeria on Monday night killed seven citizens in Tezi town in Mu'askar province, 360 km from the Algerian capital. A statement by Algerian security said that security forces started a vast mopping-up operation "in search of the criminals who committed this crime."
Algeria, Local, 10/7/1998
Moroccan and Spanish journalists hold 3rd seminar
Morocco-European Union, Culture, 10/7/1998
US eye doctors help Moroccan children with 200 surgical operations
A Moroccan hospital and a US association are sponsoring the second Ophthalmology-paediatrics campaign this October 4-9 to treat eye diseases among children and perform over 200 surgical operations.
Morocco-USA, Health, 10/7/1998
Eco-challenge competition starts in Morocco
Some 200 competitors from 27 countries will cross 480 km in canoe, walking, horse riding and mountain climbing. The race is measured by the participants' endurance and team spirit
Morocco, Culture, 10/7/1998
More Israeli violations of April Understanding
Lebanese Security sources said that the Israeli artillery bombarded on Tuesday afternoon the populated civilian area of Barachit town in south Lebanon. Earlier in the day, the occupation forces shelled the hills of al-Tuffah district, particularly Mleira, Lweizeh, al-Rafee mountain and Litani river areas.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 10/7/1998
Scientific research in Islamic states inadequate, higher education not linked to industry
Global economic crisis and structural adjustment programs implemented by some Muslim countries compelled some of these countries to review their development policies, including the policies pertaining to higher education in all its domains.
Regional, Education, 10/6/1998
Prince Talal proposes Arab Open University
The Chairman of the Arab Council for Childhood and Development, Prince Talal Bin Abdul Aziz, proposed to the UNESCO world conference for higher education on Monday a project for the establishment of an Arab open university.
Regional, Education, 10/6/1998
High level US and British defense officials to visit Kuwait
The US secretary of defense and British minister of defense are going to visit their countries' forces in the Gulf during the current month to remind Baghdad that the two countries insist on full Iraqi compliance to UN demands.
Kuwait, Military, 10/6/1998
Lahd calls for a solution, as Israeli soldiers are killed in roadside bombs
Lebanese sources confirmed to ArabicNews.com today that the leader of the Israeli-allied South Lebanon Army, General Antoine Lahd, stated that he is eager to find a solution to the occupied area of Jezzine through French and US mediation.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 10/6/1998
King Hussein starts new phase of chemotherapy
Jordan, People, 10/6/1998
Morocco hosts conference on Arab cities' future
Regional, Culture, 10/6/1998
Morocco stages anti-poverty solidarity week
Morocco will stage this October 14-26 a national solidarity week for the struggle against poverty.
Morocco, Culture, 10/6/1998
Algerian - US naval exercises
Algeria-USA, Military, 10/6/1998
Twenty gunmen killed in Algeria
The Algerian dailies published on Monday said the Algerian army and security forces killed 20 gunmen during mopping-up operations carried out in the Sedi Marzuk al-Osh mountains in Saeeda province.
Algeria, Local, 10/6/1998
Ruler of Kuwait confers with French admiral
Kuwait-France, Military, 10/6/1998
Ferocious battles near Sudanese city of Juba
Yasser Erffan, the spokesman of Sudanese People's Army Liberation headed by John Garang, announced that SPLA forces are engaging in fierce battles with the Sudanese Army in the city of Tankalaa near Juba, the largest city in southern Sudan.
Sudan, Military, 10/5/1998
Early Arab perceptions of optics, eyesight and its errors
Ibn al-Haitham who died in 1039 BC had excelled especially in optics and became famous for his remarkable book Kitab al-Manazer. "The book of optics."
Regional, History, 10/5/1998
British defense secretary in Kuwait tomorrow
Kuwait-UK, Military, 10/5/1998
Morocco In Regional Meeting of World Health Organization
Regional, Health, 10/5/1998
Palestinian kills four in attack on Baghdad synagogue
Iraq, Local, 10/5/1998
Eight French war vessels for Kuwait
Kuwait-France, Military, 10/5/1998
Continued Israeli attacks against south Lebanon
Israeli occupation forces on Sunday bombed the areas of al-Tuffah district and the Western Bekaa. Lebanese security reports said that an Israeli position in al-Zafatta pounded Jabaa, Safe mountain, al-Rafee mount, Aqmata farm, Sujoud woods and al-Rayhan and the Litani river areas.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 10/5/1998
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