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Mubarak inaugurates first Arab women conference
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak, Head of the National Council for women, Saturday morning inaugurated the Arab Women Summit, the first of its kind.
Regional, Culture, 11/18/2000
Tehran hosts Muslim women NGOs
Items on the agenda include the situation of Muslim women, their contribution to politics and decision-making, women rights and role in the family.
Regional, Culture, 11/18/2000
Morocco celebrates saturday 45th independence day
The kingdom celebrates today the 45th anniversary of independence recalling the armed struggle for freedom and founding values, sacrifices which marshaled identity and the epic of the Moroccan people and crown.
Morocco, Local, 11/18/2000
Youssoufi chairs ministerial commission on education reform
Morocco's Premier Abderrahmane Youssoufi chaired in Rabat Wednesday the ministerial commission in charge of the follow-up and implementation of the education reform project.
Morocco, Education, 11/18/2000
One British killed, his wife wounded in al-Riyadh explosion
Saudi Arabia, Local, 11/18/2000
Radi attends NATO's 46 th annual parliamentary assembly
Morocco has an observer-status in the assembly which gathers 19 member countries, 17 associate members and 8 observers which include Egypt and Tunisia for the Arab world.
Regional, Military, 11/18/2000
Prince Amr Ibrahim's palace is the first museum for Islamic pottery in the Middle East
Prince Amr Ibrahim's palace is the first museum for Islamic pottery in the Middle East. Prince Amr Ibrahim's palace in the island of Zamalek, which is a jewel of Islamic architecture, has been transformed lately into the first museum for Islamic pottery in the Middle East as the palace holds now the name of "Al-Gezeira Center for Arts".
Egypt, History, 11/18/2000
The idea and Love
Regional, Reflection, 11/18/2000
God needs your love
Regional, Jamil, 11/18/2000
Mad-cow disease prevention measures assessed
Morocco, Agriculture, 11/18/2000
Princess Lalla Meryem participates in Cairo Arab women summit
Morocco, Culture, 11/17/2000
UAE president donates ISESCO $ 1.0 million
Sheikh Zayed Ben Soltane Al-Nahyane, president of the United Arab Emirates, has extended the Rabat-based Islamic Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization "ISESCO" a one million dollar donation as a contribution to build the ISESCO permanent headquarters in Rabat.
United Arab Emirates-Regional, Education, 11/17/2000
Andalucian studies and dialogue center starts activities in Rabat
The Rabat-based center of Andalucian studies and dialogue between civilizations has started its activities, members of the center executive council announced in Rabat Thursday.
Regional, Culture, 11/17/2000
Lambarki on loan to Qatar's al Ittihad for $ 30,000
Head of the Qatari Football club Al Ittihad, Sheikh Jassem Ben Khalifa Al Thani, said the Moroccan football player Bouchaib Lambarki was on loan to his club for $ 30,000, not $ 60,000 as announced by some Arab media
Qatar-Morocco, Sports, 11/17/2000
Forest revived thanks to irrigation project
Chabab forest in Marrakesh will be revived thanks to an irrigation project, worth $ 636,000 (7 million DH).
Morocco, Environment, 11/16/2000
Laayoun hosts new cities association forum next week
The works of the New-cities Association forum will open in Laayoun next week with delegates from 23 countries attending.
Morocco, Local, 11/16/2000
Saudi roving book exhibition opens
Morocco-Saudi Arabia, Culture, 11/16/2000
Two female athletes represent Morocco in Mediterranean conference on women and sports
Morocco, Sports, 11/16/2000
Arab kick-boxing federation meeting in Lebanon
Regional-Lebanon, Sports, 11/16/2000
Morocco records sharp decline in tomato exports
Moroccan tomato exports suffered a 77% decline between October 2000 and October 1999, says the association of exporters.
Morocco, Agriculture, 11/16/2000
National athletics coach Aziz Daouda resigns
Morocco, Sports, 11/16/2000
International meeting on science and society opens in Mohammedia
An international meeting on "Science and Society" opened Mohammedia Tuesday to debate for three days scientific breakthroughs and problems they raise in society.
Morocco, Science, 11/15/2000
Moroccan journalists mark national information day
The union also says this year has witnessed the continuation of practices restricting the freedom of opinion and speech in Morocco and behaviors interfering in the work of journalists, in addition to "contradictions" between discourse and practice.
Morocco, Local, 11/15/2000
Rabat hosts Arab conference on irrigation
Rabat is hosting November 13-16 an Arab conference on irrigation meant to foster exchange of expertise between agricultural research centers and associations of irrigation users.
Regional, Agriculture, 11/15/2000
Kuwaiti 25th book exhibition opens
Kuwait-Regional, Culture, 11/15/2000
Palestinian woman delivers in taxi due to territory closure
A Palestinian woman gave birth to a child in a taxi as the Israeli army prevented the taxi carrying her from reaching the hospital.
Palestine, Local, 11/15/2000
General motors cancels sponsorship of Israeli settlement conference
General Motors has cancelled its sponsorship of a conference in the Israeli settlement of Ariel in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Palestine, Local, 11/15/2000
Morocco hosts congress of Mediterranean chemotherapy association
The congress, held under the chairmanship of Mrs Hakima Himmich, Chairwoman of the Moroccan chemotherapy society, also debated the new generic drugs generation, access to tri-therapy in Maghreban countries and resistance to antibiotics.
Maghreb, Health, 11/14/2000
Morocco takes preventive measures against Mad Cow disease
The Moroccan ministry of agriculture, rural development, water and forests has announced preventive measures to reduce contamination by BSE (Bovine Spongiform encephalopathy), known as the mad cow disease.
Morocco, Agriculture, 11/14/2000
Moroccan Jewish singer jailed for currency smuggling
A Casablanca court on Monday sentenced Moroccan Jewish singer, Cohen Benhass, to three years in jail for "attempt to illegally smuggle currencies."
Morocco, Local, 11/14/2000
Barak briefs Putin on the high-jacking of the Russian plane
Israel-Russia, Local, 11/14/2000
Victims of Lebanese buildings collapse tolled 9 killed, 29 wounded
Lebanon, Local, 11/14/2000
Moroccan teachers go on 2-day strike in december
Moroccan Teachers affiliated to two trade unions have announced a two-day "warning" strike next December 13 and 14 at all education levels.
Morocco, Education, 11/14/2000
Laya Rabin dies at 74
Israel, People, 11/13/2000
Seven killed and 30 wounded in two building collapse in southern Beirut
New statistics released in Beirut on Sunday said that victims of the two buildings collapse in al-Naema southern Beirut on Saturday tolled 7 dead and 30 wounded.
Lebanon, Local, 11/13/2000
King Mohammed chairs 2000 handi-sports events
Morocco's King Mohammed VI chaired here Saturday at the Prince Moulay Abdallah Sports Complex the closing ceremony of this year's Handi-Sports championships, held Nov.2-10 as part of the nationwide solidarity and fight against poverty week.
Morocco, Culture, 11/13/2000
Kuwaiti group plans to strike Israeli interests in the Arab states
The Kuwaiti security investigations with the group whose members were arrested few days ago revealed that the scale of the work activity of this group was not only limited to Kuwait or the American targets in it, rather includes Israeli interests in the Arab states, which have vast strides in maintaining normalization with israel.
Kuwait, Local, 11/13/2000
Mauritania 's expanding desert
Desert is expanding in Mauritania despite the heavy rainfall which have been unexpected sometimes and resulted in recent years in the return back of certain kinds of plants and herbs which were eliminated due to the waves of drought along the 1970 s.
Mauritania, Agriculture, 11/13/2000
Suspicious death of Moroccan national in Moscow
A Moroccan national was found dead in Moscow and the police declined to reveal the circumstances of his death.
Morocco-Russia, Local, 11/13/2000
Youssoufi gets Spanish Famous Reader Atlantida Prize
The Prize handed Friday night rewards Youssoufi for "ardent liking of reading and his personal career as a statesman and as an editor for the promotion of values of culture and freedom of expression."
Morocco-Spain, Culture, 11/13/2000
Syrian denies links between Jumblat statements and confrontations between peasants and Bedouins in Sweida
The United Arab Emirates UAE daily al-Bayan issued on Sunday said that the Syrian sources have strongly denied to have any link between statements made by the Lebanese parliament member Walid Junblat and the confrontations between the armed Bedouins and the peasants in al-Sweida province.
Syria, Local, 11/13/2000
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