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French official expected in Morocco to upgrade social cooperation
French minister of employment and solidarity, Martine Aubry, is expected to visit Morocco this December 4-7 for talks with Moroccan officials on means of upgrading cooperation in social fields.
Morocco, Culture, 12/4/1998
Israeli warplanes raid south Lebanon
Israeli warplanes on Thursday night raided the area situated in the northern area of the occupied part of south Lebanon. Lebanese security sources said that two Israeli jets raided at 7 a.m. the area located between Kafra and Yater towns in the Western sector.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 12/4/1998
Report on violence against women in Maghreb
A Maghreban network gathering women's associations, researchers and intellectuals from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia presented its 1996-97 annual report in Rabat on Thursday.
Regional, Culture, 12/4/1998
Yemen expels hundreds of Arabs and Africans
The Yemeni authorities announced that they expelled this year 1,669 persons of different nationalities who entered and stayed in Yemen illegally.
Yemen, Local, 12/4/1998
UAE Ramadan festival
United Arab Emirates, Culture, 12/4/1998
Two cocaine dealers arrested in Morocco
Morocco, Local, 12/4/1998
Morocco in Arab Indoor Soccer Championship
Regional, Sports, 12/4/1998
Islamic experts to draft common cultural plan
Regional-Mali, Religion, 12/4/1998
Moroccan candidate to WTO leadership defends plan to modernize the organization
Morocco's candidate to the leadership of the World Trade Organization (WTO), Hassan Abouyoub, said he has a global plan to modernize the world body.
Morocco, People, 12/4/1998
Morocco submits officially candidacy for hosting world cup-2006
Morocco has officially submitted candidacy for hosting the 2006 soccer world cup finals.
Morocco, Sports, 12/4/1998
Beijing hosts Moroccan cultural week
Morocco-China, Culture, 12/4/1998
Palestinians in occupied territories total 2.9 million
Final tallies of the Palestinian population in the Palestinian territories as stated by the Central Statistics Department in the Palestinian government stated that the number reached 2.9 million.
Palestine, Culture, 12/3/1998
Damascus hosts training course on vegetable medications
Syrian Minister of Health Dr. Muhammad al-Shatti opened a training course on Wednesday in Damascus on conditions for good manufacture of vegetable medication.
Syria, Health, 12/3/1998
Four suspects in Qatar coup attempt case freed
Qatar, Judicial, 12/3/1998
Lebanese resistance retaliates against Israeli aggressions
In the Western Bekaa occupation artillery bombarded the surroundings of Gelya town, using several heavy shells. Lebanese security sources added that the Israeli heavy artillery also bombarded al-Hamra farm, Arnon, Litani river area, the towns of Mleita, Lweiseh, Aqmata farm
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 12/3/1998
Some 61 million olive trees in Syria
Areas planted with olive tress in Syria are estimated at 458,000 hectares, planted with 61 million trees, of which 60% are yielding fruit.
Syria, Agriculture, 12/3/1998
U.N. official killed in road accident in Sahar
Morocco, People, 12/3/1998
New massacre in Algeria
Algeria, Local, 12/3/1998
Trailing Osama bin Laden in Egypt
Egyptian sources revealed today that the state security prosecution is currently investigating an issue concerning the activity of Islamic movement leaders residing abroad.
Egypt, Judicial, 12/2/1998
Iran to stage Gulf naval maneuvers
Iranian naval and air forces will begin their latest large-scale military maneuvers in the Gulf next week, a naval official announced in Tehran yesterday.
Iran, Military, 12/2/1998
Palestinian man killed, sparking clashes
Palestine-Israel, Local, 12/2/1998
AIDS spread limited in the Mediterranean, not so in Africa
The regional director for the World Health organization for the Middle East, Dr. Hussein al-Jazawiri has stressed that countries of the Mediterranean basin are less vulnerable to be infected by AIDS due to the commitment of their societies to religious and moral values.
Regional, Health, 12/2/1998
Israeli Merkava tank destroyed in the occupied town of Balat
Israeli artillery stationed in al-Zaffatta bombarded the towns of al-Tuffah district, particularly Arab Salim, Aqmata farm, al-Rafee mountain, Litani river area, the woods of Sojoud and al-Rayhan and al-Tasseh spring area.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 12/2/1998
Aleppo: An ancient city molded by a history of commerce
It seems probable that in Roman times the general shifting of the East - west trade to Palmyra and more southerly routes had an adverse effect on the town's activity. Devastation by the Persians in AD 540 put an end to the importance of Beroea, now known as Aleppo
Syria, History, 12/2/1998
Arab Song Festival in Casablanca Next Week
The first Arab song festival will be held in Casablanca this December 9 through 12.
Regional, Culture, 12/2/1998
Two policemen killed in Algeria
Algeria, Local, 12/2/1998
Former Yemeni president visits Tehran
Regional-Iran, Culture, 12/2/1998
Saudi Arabia expels 349 visitors afflicted with the AIDS virus
Saudi Arabia, Health, 12/1/1998
Jordan: Imad Alawi committed suicide
Jordanian security sources on Monday asserted news on the suicide of Imad Hashem Alawi, brother of Eyad Alawi, the chairman of the Iraqi opposition National Reconciliation Movement, in Amman on Saturday.
Jordan-Iraq, Local, 12/1/1998
Weapons using uranium shells cause cancers says Iraq
Iraqi Health Ministry secretary Shawqi Murqis said on Monday in Baghdad that a symposium comprising several experts and doctors will be held on Wednesday in Baghdad to discuss the effects of using ammunition containing fertilized uranium on man and the environment.
Iraq, Health, 12/1/1998
Jews join Muslims in prayers for rain
Prayers for rain were performed in Jewish Synagogues throughout Morocco last Saturday, as rainfalls have so far recorded an alarming shortage in the country, threatening the agricultural season.
Morocco, Local, 12/1/1998
Charges against Israeli civilian bombardment
The committee is to discuss six Lebanese complaints lodged against Israel concerning Israel's bombardment of Haris, Kafer Tibnet, al-Nabatieh al-Fawqa, Jarjou and Barachit towns, the wounding of three citizens and several houses were reported to be damaged.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 12/1/1998
Resistance escalated against Israeli troops in south Lebanon
Israeli occupation forces on Monday renewed attacks on areas adjacent to the occupied zone of south Lebanon. Lebanese security sources said the Israeli artillery stationed at Barachit and Hardoun hills targeted the towns of Majdal Salam, Khirber Salam, al-Sawanneh and Toulin in the western sector.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 12/1/1998
Odai Saddam Hussein presents his philosophy doctorate to his father
Iraq, People, 12/1/1998
Morocco to host European film weeks
Morocco-European Union, Culture, 12/1/1998
International colloquy on Islam and human rights
The international human rights experts and Muslim scholars, who were invited to the event, said there is no contradiction between Islamic values and human rights principles
Regional, Culture, 11/30/1998
Israel continues aggressions against south Lebanon
caution prevailed in villages adjacent to the occupied part of south Lebanon, especially in the central sector, following recent threats launched by Israel against citizens of these villages. News reports from south Lebanon said farmers refrained from going to their farms to harvest crops, as well as shepherds who fear being exposed to Israeli intimidation and gunfire following the recent threats.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/30/1998
UNPF chooses Bahrain as headquarters for regional program on women
Gulf-Bahrain, Health, 11/30/1998
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