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UNICEF lauds Egypt's achievement in child rights domain
UNICEF has praised Egypt's achievements in the child rights domain and the great strides it took in the past decade towards this end.
Egypt, Culture, 1/27/2001
Important archeological find in Northern Coast
"A Joint Egyptian-Hungarian team of archeologists, excavating in the coastal town of Abu Seir, found the head of a bust made of black granite for ISIS, godess of love and beauty worshipped by the Greeks," said Dr. Gaballah Ali Gaballah, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities.
Egypt, History, 1/27/2001
Egypt urges UN to speed up demining efforts
Egypt's permanent delegate to the United Nations (UN) Ahmad Abul-Gheit made fresh intensive contacts with the new UN Assistant Secretary-General Michael Sheen, a former US ambassador and the official in charge of the peace-keeping operations and chief of the Secretariat's demining departments.
Egypt, Local, 1/27/2001
Saudi Arabia will not permit women to drive a car
The Saudi minister of the Interior prince Nayef Bin Abdul Aziz has asserted that permitting the woman to drive a car in the Kingdom will not be permitted.
Saudi Arabia, Culture, 1/26/2001
Yemen: six policemen arrested
The Yemeni police announced that it had arrested 6 officers working at the Sanaa airport security department in the framework of investigations in the high-jacking operation of a plane for the Yemeni airlines on Tuesday.
Yemen, Local, 1/26/2001
Cancer hospital to be built in Agadir
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, who was accompanied by Saudi defense and aviation minister, Prince Sultane Ibn Abdel Aziz, laid down Thursday the foundation stone for the building of a regional cancer hospital in the Moroccan Atlantic city of Agadir.
Morocco, Health, 1/26/2001
One French pilot killed in a Mirage crash in Saudi Arabia
Both al-Riyadh and Paris announced on Thursday that a French Mirage jet of the French air force fell over the Saudi territories and that its pilot was killed after the plane had a technical breakdown.
Saudi Arabia-France, Local, 1/26/2001
Six people killed in road crash
Six people were killed and 26 were injured in a passengers' bus crash Thursday in the medium Atlas mountain town of Azrou, local authorities said.
Morocco, Local, 1/26/2001
An open dialogue with writers, thinkers on domestic, foreign issues
"Culture is of concern to politics, economy and sociology and all issues of society in all forms and shades, " Mubarak said.
Egypt, Culture, 1/25/2001
Saudi Arabia, Pakistan to carry out naval exercises
Saudi Arabia-Pakistan, Military, 1/25/2001
Alexandria Library to be opened, July
Egypt, Culture, 1/25/2001
Kuwait and the depleted uranium
The radiation-protection observer at the Kuwaiti ministry of health Samir al-Asfour said that 6 tanks found by the end of 1991 at the playground of the exhibitions include radiation items because they were exposed to shelling containing uranium.
Kuwait, Local, 1/25/2001
Seven Algerians killed by gunmen
Algeria, Local, 1/25/2001
Former Libyan official dies at 60
Libya, People, 1/25/2001
Salary increase for Moroccan army, gendarmerie and royal guard
Elements of the Royal Armed Forces, the Royal Gendarmerie and the Royal Guard will have a salary increase.
Morocco, Local, 1/25/2001
First Lady Mubarak highlights efforts to secure women's rights
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak affirmed the commitment of various groups to securing the rights of Egyptian girls and women within a comprehensive national plan.
Egypt, Culture, 1/24/2001
Iraq, Russia for boosting health cooperation
The Iraqi minister of health Hameed Midhat Mubarak has asserted his country's interest to developing cooperation with Russia in the areas of health especially qualifying Iraqi doctors in Russia and the work of Russian doctors in the Iraqi hospitals.
Iraq-Russia, Health, 1/24/2001
US military official visits Algiers
It was announced in Algiers on Tuesday that Gen. Gregory Martin, the commander of the American air force is currently visiting Algeria, leading a high level delegation.
Algeria-USA, Military, 1/24/2001
Bahrain ratifies GCC defense agreement
Bahrain has ratified the joint defense agreements of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states signed by leaders of the GCC during their recent summit held in al-Manama in December 2000.
Bahrain-Gulf, Military, 1/23/2001
The Tunisian Manji Bu Snenah has become ALECSO secretary general
Tunisia, People, 1/23/2001
President inaugurates Cairo international book fair on Wednesday
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak will inaugurate on Wednesday the 33rd session of Cairo international book fair.
Egypt, Culture, 1/23/2001
Bus crash kills 29, injures 27
Morocco, Local, 1/23/2001
Archeological find of three Pharaohs from the 26th dynasty
Egypt, History, 1/22/2001
2001 Judicial Year in Morocco Opens
The public prosecutor's office seeks to see international principles guide all judiciary actions and to consecrate justice as an essential implement to development.
Morocco, Judicial, 1/22/2001
No depleted uranium in Qatar
Qatar, Local, 1/22/2001
Acts of killing continue in Algeria
Algeria, Local, 1/22/2001
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