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Egypt passenger plane disappears on its way from the US to Cairo
An EgyptAir Flight 990 carrying some 199 passengers leaving the US JFK airport to Egypt is missing after it disappeared from tracking radars and lost radio contact at about (2:00 am. USE time Sunday) of the coast of Massachusetts - USA.
Egypt, Local, 10/31/1999
Damascus cinema festival starts today
The 11th session of the Damascus international cinema festival is due to open today 6pm local time at the Umayyad's palace for conferences, in the outskirts of Damascus, and it will last for one week.
Syria, Culture, 10/30/1999
Morocco hosts next month Hassan II golf trophy starting November 11
Distinguished amateur and professional golf female and male players from Africa, Europe and America are expected to show up together with the winners of the Moroccan trophy and open, Miguel Angel Martin and Santiago Luna.
Morocco, Sports, 10/30/1999
Egyptian lawyer presents ownership documents of Jerusalem, Wailing Wall areas
Egypt, Judicial, 10/30/1999
135,000 road accidents in Saudi Arabia in 1997
Saudi Arabia, Culture, 10/29/1999
Experts of Arab childhood, development council in Morocco
Morocco, Culture, 10/29/1999
International fair for university books in Libya
The international fair for university books was opened yesterday in Benghazi, Libya, in which 180 publishing houses from Libya and Arab and foreign countries --among which are Egypt, Syria, and Jordan-- are participating.
Libya-International, Education, 10/29/1999
Morocco, UNESCO agree to create university chair on women's rights in Morocco
Morocco and the UNESCO signed in Paris Thursday an agreement creating a university chair on women's rights in Morocco.
Morocco, Culture, 10/29/1999
Sailboat's American crew rescued in Moroccan waters
Six American nationals on board the sailboat "Wife Of Bath" were rescued Sunday 34 miles west of the Mehdia Harbor on the Atlantic.
Morocco, Local, 10/29/1999
LE 1.6 million for protecting Islamic monuments
The administration of the Supreme Council for Antiquities headed by Dr. Gaballah Ali Gaballah, the council's secretary general, agreed in its meeting yesterday to specify LE 550,000 for participating in the project to move 50 housing units from the ancient area in Sour Magra El-Eweon in Cairo in the framework of developing the area.
Egypt, Culture, 10/29/1999
Egyptian chief of staff checks on troops participating in Bright Star training
Egypt, Military, 10/28/1999
Arab agricuture experts call for Arab integration to realize food security
Two Arab experts in food agriculture affairs on Wednesday called for coordination and integration among Arab states to achieve food and water security.
Regional, Agriculture, 10/28/1999
Stormy weather in Kuwait
Kuwait, Local, 10/28/1999
Mediterranean agronomists probe irrigation techniques in Rabat
Mediterranean agronomists and researchers ahve gathered in Rabat since Wednesday to exchange views and findings in the fields of irrigation and drainage.
Regional-Morocco, Agriculture, 10/28/1999
Golf: Payne In Moroccan Hearts
Payne Stewart was no household item in Morocco, but the golfing audience as well as your average Moroccan would definitely know and remember the smile and zest of the man they saw as the most eccentric, yet irresistibly charming, golf ace to have ever trodden the incredibly green grass of what had become his "home."
Morocco-USA, People, 10/28/1999
US says attacks Iraqi missile site
Iraq-USA, Military, 10/28/1999
Continued Israeli aggressions against Lebanon, resistance men retaliate
The Lebanese resistance on Wednesday bombarded the outskirts of Majdal Zoune town and the Jib Sweid area in the western sector of south Lebanon from its position in Teir Harfa.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 10/28/1999
Farmers get perks as incentives for the season
The department of agriculture has announced a series of perks and incentives to Moroccan farmers to help them start, in adequate conditions, a promising agricultural season.
Morocco, Agriculture, 10/28/1999
Israel continues attacks against south Lebanon
A Lebanese teenager, Ali Muhammad Abdul Hassan, was arrested by Israeli occupation forces which stormed into Eita al-Jabal town and took him to Khiam prison.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 10/27/1999
Israeli forces shoot 16 Palestinians in Bethlehem
Palestinian sources stated that Israeli forces shot rubber bullets at demonstrators in Bethlehem yesterday, due to which at least 16 Palestinian citizens were injured.
Palestine, Local, 10/27/1999
Moroccan Minister Chairs Morocco's Days in Dallas
Morocco, Culture, 10/27/1999
Trophies for social action awarded to Moroccan and French associations
The awarding ceremony of the solidarity trophies, dubbed "les trophees Tadamoun," was held in Paris on Sunday to reward several Moroccan and French associations, working in favor of poor children.
Morocco-France, Culture, 10/26/1999
Jordan, Britain conduct joint maneuvers
Jordan, Military, 10/26/1999
Iraq accuses US forces of killing and injuring nine persons
Iraq-USA, Military, 10/26/1999
157 films from 42 countries participate in Cairo international cinema festival
Egyptian actor Hussein Fahmi, head of Cairo cinema festival, stated that 42 countries sent 157 films to participate in activities of the 23rd session of the festival, which will be held from November 24 through December 7.
Egypt, Culture, 10/26/1999
Moroccan dentist calls for unified Maghreban dental medicine syllabi
Prof. Mohamed Himmich, honorary dean of the medicine school of Casablanca, called Sunday for a unified syllabi of dental medicine in the Maghreb as a tool to coordinate efforts and research in the field.
Maghreb-Morocco, Health, 10/26/1999
Libya seeks registration of archaeological relics
According to Mohamed Chakchouki, the director of general administration, an agreement will soon be concluded with an Italian mission specialized in the retrieval and preservation of relics to rehabilitate the Marcus Aurilius arch, among other national heritage pieces in the ancient city of Tripoli.
Libya, Culture, 10/26/1999
Leader of the US fleet: Bright Star is the strongest military training in the world
Regional-USA, Military, 10/26/1999
Floods in Sudan
Sudan, Local, 10/25/1999
Moroccan public media professionals stage sit-in
Journalists working at the Moroccan public media will stage Tuesday a sit-in before the Economy and Finance Ministry to claim financial improvements.
Morocco, Culture, 10/25/1999
Moroccan environment minister winds up visit to Paris
Moroccan minister in charge of territory planning, environment, urbanism and housing, Mohamed Yazghi, on Saturday wound up a three-day visit to Paris at the invitation of French peer, Dominique Voynet.
Morocco-France, Environment, 10/25/1999
Cancer prevail among Palestinians as a result of Israeli waste dumping
In statements today to Egypt's al-Ahram newspaper, Yousef Abu Safiya, the Palestinian minister for environmental affairs, stated that the Palestinian Ministry of Environmental Affairs, despite of its recent assumption of its duties, works to establish the systems and plans for protecting the environment in the Palestinian Authority.
Palestine, Health, 10/25/1999
International conference on liberating Arab women opens in Cairo
An international conference opened in Cairo on Sunday under the theme "One Hundred Years of Liberating Arab Women."
Regional, Culture, 10/25/1999
Floods in Lebanon
Two persons were killed in Beirut on Sunday in a thunderstorm which hit the capital and resulted in large material losses.
Lebanon-Sudan, Local, 10/25/1999
Morocco's Khannouchi breaks world marathon record in chicago
Rachid Khannouchi on Sunday braved Chicago's icy weather not only to win the city's prestigious marathon but to shatter the World record and become the first Moroccan athlete to succeed such a feast.
Morocco, Sports, 10/25/1999
Tennis: Morocco's Alami wins Cairo Tournament
Regional, Sports, 10/25/1999
Lebanese resistance escalates operations
Israeli warplanes on Sunday bombarded the al-Tuffah district heights and hills adjoining the occupied part of south Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 10/25/1999
English golfer wins Marrakesh Palmeraies open
Morocco, Sports, 10/25/1999
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