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Iraq says it shoot down 23 British-American missiles
Iraq, Military, 12/19/1998
Rainy season starts in UAE
United Arab Emirates, Local, 12/19/1998
Hamas member escapes
Palestine, Local, 12/19/1998
Ramadan to start on Sunday in several countries
Morocco, Religion, 12/19/1998
Branson and Fossett take-off from Morocco on new world tour challenge
British Tycoon Richard Branson and his former archrival Steve Fossett lifted off this Friday from Marrakesh (Southern Morocco) on a new attempt to tour the world by balloon.
Regional-Morocco, People, 12/18/1998
Moroccan Press Union condemns publishing by Moroccan weekly of interview with Netanyahu
The Moroccan Press Union denounced on Thursday the publishing by a Moroccan weekly of an interview with Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu.
Morocco, Local, 12/18/1998
Lebanese resistance escalates operations against Israel
The Lebanese resistance on Wednesday night attacked the Israeli occupation forces position in Beer Klab in the occupied part of south Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 12/18/1998
Israel renews aggressions against south Lebanon
Israeli occupation forces on Wednesday renewed their aggressions against areas adjacent to the occupied part of south Lebanon. Lebanese security sources said the Israeli artillery position in al-Dahera and Yarin shelled on Wednesday the outskirts of Yater town, Jib Sweid region and al-Azyeh valley.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 12/17/1998
Moroccan soccer players stars launch charity fund-raising campaign
Moroccan Soccer stars, Mustafa Haji and Smahi Triki, will launch next week a solidarity fund-raising campaign in favor of the Casablanca orphans.
Morocco, Culture, 12/17/1998
Two Muslim Brotherhood members released in Egypt
The Egyptian state's supreme security court has released two persons who were arrested two weeks earlier on charges of being members of the Muslim Brotherhood group.
Egypt, Judicial, 12/17/1998
African group at WTO criticizes unclear criteria giving Moroccan candidate to WTO leadership third rank
Arab and African delegations to the consultations on the appointment of a general director of the World Trade Organization were surprised, irritated and angered after reports placing Thai Deputy Prime Minister Supachai Panitchpakdi as the front-runner to become the next director-general of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Morocco, People, 12/17/1998
Morocco submits report on women integration strategy in Beirut's conference
The report said there are four priority fields in this strategy, namely education and literacy, reproductive health, integration of women in economic life and consolidation of their political, economic, social and legal status.
Morocco, Culture, 12/16/1998
Son of parliamentary deputy kidnapped in Yemen
The Yemeni council of deputies decided to summon the interior minister Major Hussien Arab to attend a session for answering the questions of the parliament's deputies on the security issues.
Yemen, Local, 12/16/1998
Syrian singer the best among Arab women singers for 1998
Syrian singer Asalah Nasri won the title of the best singer for this year in a poll taken by a United Arab Emirates magazine, published on Tuesday in Dubai.
Regional, Culture, 12/16/1998
Jordanian court calls for lifting immunity of Jordanian parliamentarian on rape charges
The prosecutor general of the major Criminal Court in Jordan asked the Jordanian parliament to lift immunity from Jordanian Parliament member Ahmad al-Abbadi under charges of sexual assault.
Jordan, Judicial, 12/16/1998
Arresting out religion groups in Egypt
A judicial source in Alexandria said on Monday that Egyptian security forces arrested a group of 20 persons led by Muhammad Ibrahim Mahfouz (60) under charges of violating the Islamic religion.
Egypt, Judicial, 12/16/1998
Tehran hosts in April first Islamic interparliamentary conference
Parliamentary delegations from some 30 Islamic countries agreed here on Tuesday to hold the first Islamic interparliamentary conference in Tehran in April 1999.
Regional-Iran, Religion, 12/16/1998
Eritrea looks forward to benefiting from Morocco's judiciary experience
Morocco-Eritrea, Judicial, 12/16/1998
Israel continues aggressions against south Lebanon
Israeli occupation forces on Tuesday renewed their aggressions against areas adjacent to the occupied part of south Lebanon. Lebanese security sources said the enemy artillery bombarded the eastern area of Shakra town and the outskirts of Kafra and Yater.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 12/16/1998
Patriarch Ewas elected chairman of the World Church Council
Regional-International, Religion, 12/16/1998
Deep differences US leave Netanyahu with one option: early elections
President Bill Clinton told the press after his Tuesday morning three way meeting with President Arafat and Premier Netanyahu that "I achieved what I came here to achieve."
Israel, Reporter's View, 12/15/1998
Impeachment issue raises fundamental questions of who controls a democracy
Regional-USA, Analysis, 12/15/1998
Morocco renews commitments to consolidate rule of law
"Morocco renews commitments to consolidate the rule of law and to protect rights and civil liberties, in conformity with the teachings of Islam, the constitution and the international conventions it has ratified," said Morocco's permanent delegate to the United Nations, Ahmed Snoussi.
Morocco, Local, 12/15/1998
Yemeni president directs strong warning to German tourists' kidnappers
Yemeni security sources said yesterday that President Ali Abdullah Saleh directed a strongly-worded warning to all the tribesmen of Bani Zubian who kidnapped a group of German tourists nearly a week ago and are keeping them in the a place in Maarib province, east of Sanaa.
Yemen, Local, 12/15/1998
Death penalty for a Philippines for killing American couple
A Philippines citizen was executed on Monday in Riyadh after he stabbed one American and his wife to death when he entered their house to commit a robbery.
Saudi Arabia, Judicial, 12/15/1998
Lebanese resistance escalates operations against Israeli troops
Israeli forces on Monday continued to launch attacks against areas close to the occupied part of south Lebanon. Lebanese security sources said Israeli artillery bombarded the outskirts of Yater, Haris, Sedqin, al-Assi, Hadatha, and Ein al-Jabal.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 12/15/1998
Richard Branson buys Moroccan Casbah for $ 2.8 million
British tycoon and adventurer, Richard Branson, who visited lately Morocco to renew his world Balloon tour attempt, has bought a Moroccan Casbah (castle) for $ 2.8 million.
Morocco, People, 12/15/1998
Jordan - honor killings
Jordan, Judicial, 12/15/1998
UAE - radioactive materials
United Arab Emirates, Environment, 12/15/1998
Leader of Russian communist party visits Libya
Libya-Russia, Local, 12/15/1998
Egypt: 400 extremists set free
The Egyptian authorities on Sunday released 400 extremists who were arrested in accordance with the emergency law in force since 1981.
Egypt, Judicial, 12/14/1998
Renowned Heart surgeon Christian Bernard in Syria
Renowned heart surgeon Christian Bernard of South Africa, who in 1967 carried out the first heart implant operation is currently visiting Syria, taking part in a medical conference in Damascus.
Syria, Health, 12/14/1998
Madrid hosts colloquy on Muslim minorities' rights
Addressing the opening session, Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC), Azeddine Laraki, said more than 350 million Muslims live in non-Muslim countries and these minorities are often "subjected to pressures and are deprived of their rights and public freedoms."
Regional, Religion, 12/14/1998
Indonesian 300-Year-old Mosque Refurbished
Rehabilitation works of an almost 300-year-old mosque built by Chinese Moslems in Jakarta were launched last Friday, reports Indonesian news agency Antara.
Regional, Religion, 12/14/1998
Confrontations continue in south Lebanon
Lebanese security sources said that Israeli heavy artillery targeted the surroundings of Yater, Ein al-Jabal, Barachit, Hadatha and al-Zater towns. The shelling also covered the hilly areas of Sarira, Maidoun, and al-Qantara in the western Bekaa, the sources continued.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 12/14/1998
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