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Powerful astronomy observatory dedicated in Rabat
An astronomical observatory, described as the most powerful in Morocco and North Africa, was dedicated Friday afternoon in Rabat.
Morocco, Science, 3/6/1999
Palestine-Israel, Local, 3/6/1999
Morocco calls for local production of raw materials used in pharmaceutical industry
A Moroccan delegation participating in the third workshop of Arab pharmaceutical industry held in Cairo called for the local production of raw materials used in this industry to reduce dependence on imports.
Morocco, Health, 3/5/1999
Moroccan researcher develops process to improve quality of bank notes
A Moroccan researcher working in a French chemistry school has developed a new process to improve the quality of bank notes and increase their resistance, a Moroccan economic daily reported.
Morocco, Science, 3/5/1999
Climatological situation in Syria
The climate in Syria is determined mainly by its location next to the Mediterranean Sea. This climate may be characterized by rainy winters and a dry and hot summer separated by two short transitional seasons.
Syria, Environment, 3/5/1999
Confrontation in Abyan with a group that tries to control mosque
The Yemeni police interfered in the province of Abyan to settle confrontations during which Klashinkov guns were used in the directorate of al-Jawf between a "predestination" Islamic group and the citizens over an attempt made by the group to occupy and seize a mosque in the area under the pretext that Islamic rituals are not fully performed in the mosque.
Yemen, Local, 3/5/1999
Fire opened on the US embassy in al-Khartoum
Sudan-USA, Local, 3/5/1999
Israeli Muslims participate in Haj
Israel, Religion, 3/5/1999
Morocco attends environment meeting in Tunisia
The Moroccan state-owned water company (ONEP) will take part in the first North African and Mideastern symposium on analytical, environmental and sanitary chemistry, to be held in Tunisia March 7-11.
Regional, Environment, 3/5/1999
Moroccan premier heads for France this Friday
Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi headed this Friday for Nice, southern France, where he will dedicate the city's international fair.
Morocco-France, Culture, 3/5/1999
Czech training planes for Yemen
Yemen-Czech Republic, Military, 3/5/1999
A protocol for the scientific and technological cooperation between Egyptian and Morocco
Egypt-Morocco, Education, 3/4/1999
Scores of persons injured in explosion of gunpowder destined for Fantasia Games
More than 20 Moroccans have been injured in the explosion of 14 kg of gunpowder destined for the Fantasia Games.
Morocco, Local, 3/4/1999
Continued Israeli aggressions against south Lebanon
Israeli heavy artillery late on Tuesday night bombarded the surroundings of the Dulafa and Luci farms in the western Bekaa.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 3/4/1999
King Hassan amnesties 1500 inmates on throne day occasion
Morocco, Local, 3/3/1999
Crown prince launches operation to distribute donations to poor
Morocco, Culture, 3/3/1999
Morocco's gymnastics female team participates in international tournament in tunisi
Morocco, Sports, 3/3/1999
Moroccan Raja club signs Argentinean coach Oscar Fullone
Morocco, Sports, 3/3/1999
Morocco celebrates 38th anniversary of King Hassan II's enthronement
Morocco, Local, 3/3/1999
Turkish police arrest some 19 persons
Turkey, Local, 3/3/1999
Festival for Arab cinema in Cairo in July
The Egyptian newspaper "El-Ahram" will organize in July a festival for Arab cinema in Cairo, in which seven countries will participate: Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Lebanon, Syria and Sudan, in addition to Egypt.
Egypt-Regional, Culture, 3/3/1999
Israel arrests five students from Hamas
Palestinian Student Union said today that Israeli security forces arrested five student activists from the Hamas movement.
Palestine-Israel, Local, 3/3/1999
GCC states conduct air exercises
Gulf, Military, 3/2/1999
Caution, tension prevail in south Lebanon
Tension prevailed on Monday in south Lebanon and the western Bekaa, following Israeli air strikes on populated towns in the Bekaa and south Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 3/2/1999
Japan grants 506 million yens to al-Quds university
The medical college will train some 420 students, which will systematically increase the number of doctors in the autonomous areas and will improve the health and medical services provided for the Palestinians.
Palestine-Japan, Education, 3/2/1999
A Japanese film about Egyptian civilization
A Japanese scientific and antiquities mission is to start during the coming week shooting a documentary film about Egyptian civilization to be taught to students of Japanese schools and universities.
Egypt-Japan, Culture, 3/2/1999
Mediterranean cinema festival of Tetuan to be held April 2-9
To mark the 10th anniversary of the festival, organizers have decided to hold a competition for feature and short movies. The winners will get prizes ranging between 70,000 dh and 25,000 dh.
Regional, Culture, 3/2/1999
Faisal's international prize to be awarded today
Crown Prince Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz will attend the celebration on behalf of King Fahd and hand over the prizes to eight Arab and foreign personalities who submitted research in the fields of the service of Islam, Arab literature, Islamic studies, medicine and sciences.
Regional-Saudi Arabia-International, Culture, 3/2/1999
Experts to discuss issues on Islam and ecology in Indonesia
A number of foreign Islamic experts are scheduled to discuss environmental issues in a meeting "Islam and Ecology," here on March 11
Regional-International, Religion, 3/2/1999
Festival of Latin American and Spanish Cinema in Morocco
Morocco-International, Culture, 3/2/1999
Egyptian university plans to sign cooperation agreements with two Moroccan universities
The Egyptian University of Alexandria is planning to sign a series of agreements on scientific and cultural cooperation with two Moroccan universities.
Egypt-Morocco, Education, 3/2/1999
More than 20 illegal immigrants arrested off Morocco
Morocco, Local, 3/2/1999
Battles continue between Eritrea and Ethiopia
Eritrea-Ethiopia, Military, 3/2/1999
Five Israeli soldiers, commander of Israeli forces killed in south Lebanon
Lebanese resistance forces on Sunday detonated two bombs near an Israeli convoy, resulting in the death of four soldiers, Lebanese officials said.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 3/1/1999
Four tourists arrested in Morocco for preaching Christianity
Morocco, Religion, 3/1/1999
Aden court hears testimony from explosives experts on foreigners' kidnapping
The court of Aden has listened today to the testimony of weapons, explosives, and wire communications experts in the case of six suspects accused of planning vandalistic and terrorist actions in Yemen, whose trial began on January 27.
Yemen, Judicial, 3/1/1999
Algeria: Eight persons killed in acts of violence
Algerian dailies issued on Sunday reproted that six armed men and two soldiers were killed in the western part of the country.
Algeria, Local, 3/1/1999
Pan-African cinema festival opens
The films come from 12 African countries. West Africa has four --Burkina, Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea, Mali and Senegal which will each present a film. Four Maghreb countries, Morocco (4), Tunisia (3) and Algeria (3) will present a total of 10 films.
Maghreb-Africa, Culture, 3/1/1999
Saudi - Haj preparations
Saudi Arabia, Religion, 3/1/1999
GCC - military exercises
Gulf, Military, 3/1/1999
UNIFIL denies Katyusha launched against northern Israel
Lebanon-Israel-UN, Military, 3/1/1999
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