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Cultivating 2.3 million wheat feddans in Egypt
Egypt, Agriculture, 11/6/1999
$100,000 prize for the best Arabic film in Bahrain cinema festival
Bahrain club for cinema in cooperation with the Ministry of Information and the Cabinet decided to establish the first Bahraini cinema festival for displaying Arabic films.
Bahrain, Culture, 11/6/1999
New Turkish maneuvers in Cyprus
Turkey-Cyprus, Military, 11/6/1999
Two Lebanese resistance men killed in confrontation with Israeli forces
The Lebanese resistance on Friday announced the death of two of its members in a confrontation that took place with Israeli forces on Tuesday night.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/6/1999
Algerian meeting for cinema and video
The Algerian city of Tepsa will host on November 14 -19 the fifth salon of cinema and video, and it will raise the slogan "The Mediterranean - European partnership."
Algeria-Regional, Culture, 11/5/1999
Four Syrian victims in the Egyptian air crash
Syria-Egypt-USA, Local, 11/5/1999
King Mohammed visits pupils' house near Marrakesh
King Mohammed VI visited Thursday the Girl-Pupils' House in the Ourika community, in the Marrakesh region, as part of activities held within the solidarity campaign opened early this week by the sovereign.
Morocco, Education, 11/5/1999
Two British naval ships to visit Lattakia next week
The two British Royal naval ships will visit the coastal city of Lattakia on November 9 - 12. This is the second visit by British ships to Lattakia in 48 years, following the successful visit made by two ships from the British naval force to Lattakia in July 1998.
Syria-UK, Military, 11/5/1999
Heavy Israeli bombardment against south Lebanon
The Israeli occupation forces on Thursday continued their intensive artillery bombardment of the areas adjacent to the occupied part of south Lebanon, resulting in setting off fires in plantations and olive orchards.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/5/1999
New archaeological discoveries date back to the stone age in Syria
Syria, Culture, 11/4/1999
Morocco to enforce education reform next academic year
Morocco will start as of the next academic year implementing the reforms of its education system.
Morocco, Education, 11/4/1999
Continued attacks against Lebanon
The Israeli occupation forces on Wednesday continued their attacks against areas in occupied parts of south Lebanon and the western Bekaa.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/4/1999
Morocco concerned by climatic changes
Morocco on Tuesday voiced concern over climatic changes, worsened by the country's location at the crossroads of two seas (the Mediterranean and the Atlantic).
Morocco, Environment, 11/3/1999
Continued operations for Lebanese resistance
The Lebanese resistance attacked on Tuesday, using rockets, a south Lebanon Army militia armored vehicle at the entrance of the position for the joint SLA - Israeli forces in Barachit. Direct hits were achieved.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/3/1999
Mubarak in France for checkup
Egypt-France, People, 11/2/1999
Agriculture minister calls for setting up national drought observatory
Moroccan Agriculture Minister Habib Malki on Monday called for the setting up of a national drought observatory.
Morocco, Agriculture, 11/2/1999
Arab agricultural experts in Amman
Several Arab experts and scientists from Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Palestine will pay on November 6 and 7 a scientific visit to Jordan with the aim of meeting with their Jordanian counterparts in the areas of water resource use guidance, the exchange of experience and knowledge among Arab scientists who have the same interest in water resources issues and benefits from successful experiments in this regard in certain Arab states.
Regional-Jordan, Agriculture, 11/2/1999
King Mohammed launches second solidarity campaign
King Mohammed VI launched here Monday the 2nd nationwide "Solidarity Campaign" with this year's motto, the full integration of rural women.
Morocco, Culture, 11/2/1999
Morocco calls for creation of Mediterranean seaside observatory
Morocco has called for the setting up of a scientific observatory of the mediterranean seaside, to be placed under the aegis of the UNESCO.
Regional, Science, 11/2/1999
Nine more killings in Algeria
The Algerian dailies said on Monday that nine civilians and armed Islamists were killed on Monday in attacks by the Armed Islamic Group (GIA) and in operations by the security forces in Algeria.
Algeria, Local, 11/2/1999
Lebanese resistance operation against Israeli forces
One Lebanese resistance group on Monday rocketed an Israeli military force while entering the Tebeh position inside the occupied part of south Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/2/1999
Four people killed in mine fire
Morocco, Local, 11/2/1999
Egyptian plane black boxes found
US Navy Capt. James Graham said that what looks like the ping signal from the two black boxes of the EgyptAir passenger plane has been found and the equipment needed to isolate their location and deploy the underwater drones will require about 40 hours to finish the job assuming bad weather does not worsen.
Egypt, Local, 11/2/1999
Mauritanian premier in Rabat
Morocco dispatched Saturday a humanitarian aid to victims of floods in several parts of Mauritania. Two aircraft landed in Nouakchott bearing a cargo of 13 tons of blankets, foodstuffs and drugs.
Mauritania-Morocco, Local, 11/1/1999
Mine kills a child in southern Iraq
The Iraqi News Agency said yesterday that a child was killed and his older brother was injured as the result the explosion of munitions dropped by US and British aircraft on southern Iraq. The agency didn't mention the time of the incident.
Iraq-USA, Military, 11/1/1999
Acts of violence in Algeria
The Algerian daily al-Khabar said on Sunday that two policemen were killed by the armed group in Baghlia district in Boumerdes province.
Algeria, Local, 11/1/1999
Israel continues attacks against south Lebanon
The Lebanese resistance on Sunday attacked the Israeli occupation position and their agents in al-Muheisbat in the central sector of the occupied part of south Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/1/1999
Rabat hosts second aerobics and fitness festival
The second festival of aerobics and fitness sports opened in Rabat Friday under the honorary leadership of Princess Lalla Meryem (sister to King Mohammed VI).
Morocco, Sports, 11/1/1999
Renowned Sudanese singer dies at 70
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Sunday eulogized renowned Sudanese artist Ahmad Mustafa who died on Saturday at 70.
Sudan, People, 11/1/1999
Latest on EgyptAir crash
Rear Admiral Richard Larrabee of the US Coast Guard said today that the effort to search for the debris of EgyptAir flight 990, which was lost yesterday off the US coast has officially been changed from a "search-and rescue" operation to a "search-and-recover" operation.
Egypt, Local, 11/1/1999
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