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Three Egyptian journalists sentenced to prison
Egypt, Judicial, 8/14/1999
Liberian president to convert to Islam
Libya-Liberia, Religion, 8/14/1999
UNICEF: 450% increase in child mortality rate in Iraq due to sanctions
A study prepared by UNICEF said that children's death rate in Iraq had doubled due to the sanctions imposed on Iraq since 1991.
Iraq-UN, Health, 8/13/1999
Egyptian days of culture, arts in 40 countries
Egypt-International, Culture, 8/13/1999
Fayrouz takes part in Geneva appeal's launch
Marking the 56th anniversary of the signing the four Geneva agreements which had drawn the basics of behavior during times of war, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and another 14 world public or political figures, including the renowned Lebanese singer Fayrouz signed in Geneva an appeal for the world's peoples and governments to honor these agreements.
Lebanon-International, Culture, 8/13/1999
Lebanese resistance attacks SLA construction operation
Lebanese security sources said that Israeli artillery bombarded on Thursday afternoon Habboush river course, while the Israeli tanks positioned in the Israeli position in Sweida attacked the outskirts of Arab Salim, using 105 artillery shells.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/13/1999
Egypt takes part in Cinema Vinesia festival
The department of Italian international cinema Vinesia festival, has selected the Egyptian film Ard El-Khofe (ie land of fear) to present within one of the festival's sections which is held on the first of coming September.
Egypt, Culture, 8/13/1999
More Iraq - US no-fly zone clashes
Iraq-USA, Military, 8/13/1999
US embassy denies changing name of Egyptian play
Official sources in the US embassy in Cairo denied yesterday that the embassy intervened or used pressure to change the name of an Egyptian play to prevent embarrassment for US President Bill Clinton.
Egypt-USA, Culture, 8/13/1999
Peace in the Middle East, will it ever be
Regional, Analysis, 8/12/1999
President Saleh refuses Blair request to release prisoners
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh on Wednesday received a message from British Prime Minister Tony Blair relating to bilateral relations, areas of joint cooperation as well as matters of mutual concern.
Yemen-UK, Judicial, 8/12/1999
Egypt to hold national conference for childhood
Egypt, Culture, 8/12/1999
Aggressions continue against south Lebanon
The Lebanese resistance said on Wednesday that for the second time, one of its groups attacked the Israeli forces and their South Lebanon Army militia allies in Sujoud and al-Sweida, using machine guns and rockets.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/12/1999
Iraq: US, Britain attack sites near eclipse observers
The Iraqi News Agency reported that US and British warplanes on Tuesday bombed the Deer Matti area in Mosul, where correspondents of satellite television channels were preparing to monitor Wednesday's total solar eclipse.
Iraq-USA, Military, 8/12/1999
98 injuries in Egyptian governorates during eclipse
The Egyptian Ministry of Health and Housing announced yesterday evening that the number of injuries caused during the solar eclipse amounted to 98 who sought treatment from hospitals and ophthalmologists in the Egyptian governorates.
Egypt, Health, 8/12/1999
Qatar, Algeria for full Israeli withdrawal
Morocco's El-Guerrouj Confirms Supremacy on 1500 m
Morocco's paramount world track and field star, Hicham El-Guerrouj, on Wednesday confirmed his supremacy in the 1500 m, following a brilliant win in the IAAF Golden League meeting of Zurich.
Morocco, Sports, 8/12/1999
Israeli occupation forces attack civilian assets, electricity stations
Lebanese security sources said that the station was directly hit, adding that it is the second attack against a power distribution station in south Lebanon and that the Israeli occupation forces on Monday bombarded an electricity relay station in al-Lweizeh town in al-Tuffah district resulting in cutting off electricity supply from the area.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/11/1999
Prime minister praises support for press freedom
Morocco, Local, 8/11/1999
Northern Syria witness total eclipse, emergencies in Cairo airports, hospitals
The Egyptian Mufti released a statement on the occasion of the solar eclipse, in which he called on Moslems to perform the eclipse prayer, as the Moslems prayed the eclipse prayer in the Arab countries.
Regional, Science, 8/11/1999
Arab diva sings at solidarity feast in Geneva
The Lebanese diva Feyrouz will perform during the solidarity feast organized by the International Red Cross committee in Geneva.
Lebanon, Culture, 8/11/1999
Disabled in Morocco will have their driving license
Morocco, Culture, 8/11/1999
King Mohammed Receives Jordan's Crown Prince, Argentinean President's Daughter
Morocco-Jordan, Local, 8/11/1999
Acts of violence continue in Algeria
Algeria, Local, 8/11/1999
Israeli occupation forces withdraw from al-Qantara
The Israeli forces and the Israeli-allied South Lebanon Army militia have evacuated al-Qantara position in the occupied part of south Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/10/1999
British prisoners in Yemen
A Yemeni court on Monday sentenced seven British citizens to prison terms ranging between three and seven years on charges of planning for terrorist acts in Yemen.
Yemen-UK, Judicial, 8/10/1999
Two bombs explode in Algeria
The security situation in Algeria is currently witnessing a new aggravation, with the renewal of explosions and assassinations, as two bombs exploded in the Algerian capital, Algiers, at time when Algeria is getting ready to hold a public referendum on the law for civil reconciliation, according to which Algerian President Abedlaziz Bouteflika aims at restoring peace in the country.
Algeria, Local, 8/10/1999
US shelling against Iraqi buildings
Baghdad announced that US planes attacked civilian and service establishments in northern Iraq near Mosul today, adding that the US planes shelled civilian and service buildings in northern Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Military, 8/10/1999
1998 Egyptian agricultural exports at LE 1.7 billion
Egyptian agricultural exports in 1998 were worth LE 1.7 billion, Egyptian Deputy Premier and Agriculture Minister Youssef Wali said yesterday at a seminar on protein foods and fats.
Egypt, Agriculture, 8/10/1999
Arab conference on solar eclipse in northern Iraq
The works of the first astronomical conference organized by Mosul University began yesterday in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul with the participation of researchers and astronomers from Egypt, Libya, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq.
Iraq-Regional, Science, 8/10/1999
Morocco officially submits bid to host soccer World Cup in 2006
Morocco officially submitted on Monday its bid to host the soccer World Cup in 2006.
Morocco, Sports, 8/10/1999
Solar eclipse not to affect aviation in Egypt
The Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority said today that aviation will not be affected by tomorrow's solar eclipse.
Egypt, Science, 8/10/1999
Moroccan woman wins Portugal's international chess tournament
Morocco, Sports, 8/9/1999
US scientists in Syria to watch the eclipse
Syrian Prime Minister Mahmoud al-Zou'bi on Sunday presided over a meeting to review measures taken to deal with the eclipse which will take place on Wednesday, and to discuss proposals to avoid risks resulting from it.
Syria-Regional, Science, 8/9/1999
Morocco attends US drought commission
Morocco attended the meetings of the U.S. national drought commission held last July 22-23 in Washington as observer member.
Morocco-USA, Environment, 8/9/1999
Israel continues aggressions against south Lebanon
The Lebanese resistance at dawn on Sunday attacked a patrol from the pro-Israeli South Lebanon Army militia on Tallet Mahbasat, located between al-Qantara and al-Tebeh. Direct hits were scored.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/9/1999
Moroccan Brahim Lahlafi wins 3,000 m at Koln meeting
Moroccan athlete Brahim Lahlafi won Sunday the 3000 m race held at the German Athletic Meet of Koln, part of the IAAF Grand Prix.
Morocco, Sports, 8/9/1999
Morocco's El Aynaoui wins first-ever ATP title
Moroccan tennisman Youness El Aynaoui won on Sunday in Amsterdam the Dutch open after defeating Argentina's Mariano Zabaleta in straight sets 6-0 and 6-3.
Morocco, Sports, 8/9/1999
Yemen: Today issuing the final judgment in the case of major terrorism
Yemen, Judicial, 8/9/1999
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