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Moroccan poet dedicates collection income to Palestinian Uprising
Morocco-Palestine, Local, 9/1/2001
Mrs. Mubarak chairs Alexandria library board of trustees meeting
The Egyptian First Lady Suzanne Mubarak will chair today a meeting of the board of trustees of Alexandria Library to follow up development and course of work ahead of inauguration in April.
Egypt, Culture, 9/1/2001
Jordanian crown prince to follow up studies in the USA
The Jordanian crown prince Hamzah Bin al-Hussein left Amman heading for the USA to follow up his scientific studies in one of the American Universities. The Jordanian official news agency gave no mention to the name of the said US University.
Jordan, Local, 9/1/2001
Mrs. Mubarak to chair preparatory meeting for Arab summit for women
Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak, head of the National Council for Women, will chair the meeting of the preparatory committee of the Arab Summit for Women on Sunday.
Regional, Culture, 9/1/2001
Seattle tests could conclude
A series of mechanical tests underway on a grounded Boeing 767 this week could bring to an end the investigation into what caused the October 1999 crash of Egypt Air flight 990 off the US coast, officials said on Wednesday.
Egypt-USA, Local, 9/1/2001
Tennis: Belgium spies on Morocco
Belgium has dispatched its tennis team captain, Steven Martins, to spy on Morocco's stars in the US open currently held in New York, pending a decisive davis cup encounter against the North Africans.
Morocco, Sports, 9/1/2001
A Moroccan found dead at his hotel in Durban
A young Moroccan national, settled in Italy, was found dead Friday in his room in a hotel in Durban (South Africa).
Morocco, Local, 9/1/2001
Morocco's El-Guerrouj secure share in 50 kilos of gold ingots
Morocco's World Champ and recordman on Friday won the 2000 meters of the Berlin meeting and secured his share in the the 50 kilos of gold ingots which reward the winners of the IAAF Golden League.
Morocco, Sports, 9/1/2001
Tennis: Morocco's Hicham Arazi cruises to third round of US Open
Morocco, Sports, 8/31/2001
Shanghai Mayor in Morocco Sunday
Morocco-China, Local, 8/30/2001
Moroccan childhood forum for peace next week
Morocco, Culture, 8/30/2001
Floods in Mauritania
A Humanitarian source announced that the relief departments are preparing to provide aids for almost 3000 inhabitants of Ojojot, 250 Km to the northern East of Nouakchott, victims of floods resulted from heavy rainfall.
Mauritania, Local, 8/30/2001
Suez canal overhead bridge to open in October
Ismailia Governor Major-General Fuad Saad Eddin said that the bridge over the Suez Canal, which will open during celebrations of the October victory, is a symbol of cooperation between Egypt and Japan to be witnessed by ships from various 'parts of the world which will transit the waterway.
Egypt, Local, 8/30/2001
Athletics: El Guerrouj among five still running for gold
World champion and world record holder in the 1500 m, Morocco's Hicham El-Guerrouj is among the five athletes still running for gold in the IAAF Golden League and participates Friday in the Berlin meet, which is the last meet in the series.
Morocco, Sports, 8/30/2001
Eight Moroccans injured in Spanish plane crash
Eight Moroccan nationals were injured when a Spanish plane crash-landed on a highway as it was approaching Malaga airport Wednesday morning.
Morocco-Spain, Local, 8/30/2001
Investigations continue over USS Cole warship explosion
The US ambassador to Yemen Barbara Budin has stated that investigations in the suicide explosion which targeted the US warship in 2000 and resulted in killing 17 mariners, need more time to attain results.
Yemen-USA, Local, 8/30/2001
Copenhagen Hosts International Conference on Islam
Regional, Religion, 8/29/2001
WHO delegation in Iraq to investigate on cancer cases behind depleted Uranium
A team from the World Health Organization WHO on Tuesday started investigations on the suffering of the Iraqis from advanced cancer cases because of the depleted Uranium.
Iraq, Health, 8/29/2001
Top UN rights official says civic groups must engage society in anti-racism work
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights urged a forum of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) meeting in advance of the World Conference against Racism to engage every sector of society in the ongoing struggle against discrimination - even reaching out to those with whom they may disagree.
Regional, Culture, 8/29/2001
Tennis: Morocco's Hicham Arazi Cruises to Second Round of US Open
Morocco's Hicham Arazi (28) cruised Tuesday to the second round of the 2001 US Open, after a win over Agustin Calleri, Argentina, in five sets (6-3, 6-3, 4-6, 5-7, 6-3).
Morocco, Sports, 8/29/2001
Minister witness opening Toshka spillway dyke
Egyptian Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Mahmoud Abu Zeid Monday opened the dyke built at the entrance of Toshka spillway at 11:00 a.m., when the water level before the High Dam reached 178.47 metres.
Egypt, Local, 8/28/2001
Some 5% of the Sudanese have AIDS
The chairperson of the African women society for fighting AIDS Dr. Fathiyah Abd al-Mahmoud has warned against the danger of the spread of AIDS, stressed that some 5% of the Sudanese have AIDS in comparison with 7% in Uganda.
Sudan, Health, 8/27/2001
Five Syrians were killed in a car accident in Lebanon
Lebanon, Local, 8/27/2001
Tennis: Three Moroccans at US Open
Morocco, Sports, 8/27/2001
Egyptian youth delegation in Morocco
A thirty-member delegation of young Egyptians is expected in Morocco Tuesday on a week-long visit, part of youth exchanges between the two countries.
Egypt-Morocco, Culture, 8/27/2001
Ancient Reservoir unearthed in sultan Ghouri's public Water-Fountain
A mission from the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) unearthed a 500-year-old reservoir in the Sultan Ghouri's public Water-Fountain.
Egypt, History, 8/27/2001
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