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Morocco hosts first festival of Mediterranean folk arts
The Moroccan Northern city of Nador is playing host to the first festival of Mediterranean popular arts with the participation of troupes from several Mediterranean countries, including France, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Macedonia and Switzerland.
Regional, Culture, 9/1/2000
Literacy Courses Start in Mosques on September 15
The king's initiative to make of mosques instruments for disseminating science and culture for the benefit of society was hailed by officials, scholars, ulemas (theologians) as well as by the civil society since the move will help implement a large-scale literacy program.
Morocco, Education, 8/31/2000
Israel continues violations in the South, two Lebanese wounded
Two Lebanese citizens were wounded on Wednesday when the Israeli forces opened fire against a crowd of Lebanese citizens near Fatmah gate on the borders between Lebanon and Israel. The two citizens were admitted to al-Nabateyah hospital.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/31/2000
Morocco's Bidouane wins 400 m hurdels at Salonica meeting
Morocco, Sports, 8/31/2000
On the Jordanian weapons to Peru
The US has asked Peru for information about weapons going back to the Soviet era, Jordan had sold and it fell in the hands of the gunmen in Colombia The spokesman for the US state department Philip Recker said that the government of Peru was asked to " provide us with more information and they are still investigating in this issue."
Jordan-Peru, Military, 8/31/2000
ISESCO hails moroccan king's initiative to open mosques for literacy purposes
The Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) paid tribute to the initiative taken by King Mohammed VI to open access to mosques as part of the campaign waged against the illiteracy plague in Morocco.
Morocco, Religion, 8/30/2000
Syrian minister outlines Syria's outstanding policy at DIF's opening
In a speech he delivered on Monday's evening on behalf of President Bashar al-Assad at the 47th session of the Damascus International fair DIF, the Syrian minister of the economy and foreign trade Muhammad al-Imadi said that the Damascus International Fair, the venue of contact between Syria, the participating countries and companies and guests and visitors aims at promoting trade exchange and development cooperation.
Syria, Education, 8/30/2000
South of Thailand to become new hub of Muslim food
The Thai government is planning to establish a new industrial estate for production of Muslim food in Pattani province to pave the way for the South of the country to become a new center of Halal food in the region, Thai news agency TNA reported, quoting a senior academic in this southern province.
Regional, Religion, 8/30/2000
International university theater festival opens in Casablanca saturday
The 12th international festival of University theater opens on Saturday in Casablanca.
Regional, Culture, 8/30/2000
God is a living God
Regional, Reflection, 8/29/2000
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