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King Mohammed VI makes of education top concern
"The education issue is on top of our present and future concerns, due to its paramount importance and its impact on the training of generations and their preparation for active life," King Mohammed VI said in his first televised Throne Speech.
Morocco, Education, 7/31/1999
After a denial, government announces death of Moulay Ouazzani, husband of Princess Amina
Moulay Driss Ouazzani, husband of Princess Lalla Amina, aunt of King Mohammed VI, died in hospital in France at the age of 57, the Ministry of the Royal Household, Protocol and Chancellery announced on Friday.
Morocco, People, 7/31/1999
A cultural exchange between Cairo and Ankara
Egypt-Turkey, Culture, 7/30/1999
Egypt: Child wins a kilo of gold
Egypt, Local, 7/30/1999
Israeli attacks continue in south Lebanon
The Israeli occupation forces in south Lebanon yesterday attacked the villages of Majdal Salim, Khirbet Silem, Jmayjmeh, Souaneh, and Kaysieyeh in the central sector of south Lebanon, as well as Majdal Zoun in the western sector, causing material damages, the Lebanon National News Agency said.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 7/30/1999
Endorsing an agreement between Egypt, Microsoft
The faculty of engineering at Egypt's Ein Shams University endorsed yesterday an agreement for educational and training cooperation with the Microsoft Corporation.
Egypt, Education, 7/30/1999
Iraq protests attacks to UN
Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammed Sa'eed al-Sahaf sent a letter to UN Secretary General Kofi Annan holding the US and Britain responsible for "acts of aggression" against Iraq, the Iraqi News Agency said yesterday.
Iraq-UN, Military, 7/30/1999
Sanctions cause harm to Iraqi space program
Iraq, Science, 7/30/1999
Sharif: Egypt did not ban 90 books
Egyptian Minister of Information Safwat El-Sharif yesterday denied media reports that Egypt has banned more than 90 books. "This is mere fabrication and completely unfounded," Sharif said.
Egypt, Culture, 7/29/1999
Israel continues aggression on south Lebanon, siege of village
Israeli occupation forces shelled the south Lebanon villages of Majdal Zoun, Eita Jabal, Hadatha, al-Sawan, Kaakaeet - Jesser and Zoutar yesterday
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 7/29/1999
More clashes over northern Iraq
Iraq-USA, Military, 7/29/1999
Israel continues aggressions against south Lebanon
Lebanese resistance forces on Tuesday carried out a number of operations against the Israeli occupation forces and their South Lebanon Army militia allies in the occupied part of south Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 7/28/1999
Morocco bans temporarily shellfish catching along Atlantic coast
Morocco decided Tuesday to ban the catching and marketing of shellfish brought from its Atlantic coasts stretching from Tangier down to Agadir.
Morocco, Local, 7/28/1999
US bombs sites north of Mosul
Iraq-USA, Military, 7/28/1999
Germany cooperates to establish Ekhanaton museum
Egypt-Germany, Culture, 7/28/1999
A donation for constructing 100 schools in Egypt worth 32 million pounds
Egypt-World Bank, Education, 7/27/1999
No-fly zone clashes continue
Iraq-USA, Military, 7/27/1999
Continued Israeli aggressions against south Lebanon
Israeli warplanes on Monday raided for the third time al-Qeseyeh valley between al-Sawanneh and al-Tamereyah. News reports from south Lebanon said the Israeli warplanes dropped air-surface missiles against the targeted area, resulting in fires in the plantations. The mock and provocative raids launched by the Israeli warplanes prevented access of firefighting equipment to the area.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 7/27/1999
World women's conference to be held in Yemen
The regional bureau of the World Federation for Women will convene its first regional conference in Sanaa on August 10 - 12.
Regional-Yemen, Culture, 7/27/1999
Israel violates Lebanese airspace
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 7/26/1999
No-fly zone clashes renewed
Iraq-USA, Military, 7/26/1999
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