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Sudanese most dangerous gang chief arrested
Sudan, Local, 10/20/2001
Mrs. Mubarak opens new branch in Luxor
Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak said the National Council for Women was not an-executive body and that it was built on performance by executive agencies for the good of Egyptian women.
Egypt, Culture, 10/20/2001
Envelope containing white powder sent to US embassy in Rabat tested anthrax free, further tests confirm
Further tests conducted on the envelopes containing a white powder that were sent Thursday to the embassy of the United states in Rabat and to an industrialist in Casablanca were tested anthrax free and did not contain any harmful element.
Morocco-USA, Local, 10/20/2001
Celebrating the sunrays fall perpendicularly on statue of Ramsis II
Tomorrow evening, Aswan governorate will hold a festival celebrating the sun perpendicular fall on the face of Ramsis II inside Abu Simbel Temple.
Egypt, Local, 10/20/2001
Yemen: two killed in an explosion
Yemen-USA, Local, 10/19/2001
Yemen: 27.3% of the families suffer food malnutrition
The second Yemeni report on human development for the year 2000- 2001 said that the country's administrative, financial, and economic reform program has contributed to improving the levels of economic growth and to inflation reduction, but could not stop deterioration in poverty inclination.
Yemen, Health, 10/19/2001
One Yemeni released in Germany
The Attorney general in Karlserwah ( West Germany ) announced that the Yemeni Wade. A. suspected to have the intention to carry out attacks in Germany was released.
Yemen-Germany, Local, 10/19/2001
Envelope containing white powder sent to US embassy in Rabat tested anthrax free, official
The envelopes containing a white powder that were sent Thursday to the embassy of the United states in Rabat and to an Industrialist in Casablanca were tested anthrax free and did not contain any harmful element, a statement by the Moroccan ministry of the interior said Thursday evening.
Morocco-USA, Local, 10/19/2001
Reacting to anthrax reports, UN health agency urges continued vigilance
Reacting to reports of deliberate anthrax infections in the United States and elsewhere, the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) Thursday urged continued public vigilance in response to the threat.
Regional, Health, 10/19/2001
Drought in Somalia
Relief agencies working in Somalia announced on Wednesday that more than 450,000 people are facing a grave humanitarian catastrophe after the drought which resulted in a great shortage in water and food supplies.
Somalia, Local, 10/18/2001
Arab pharmacists meet in Amman
Works of the fifth scientific conference of the societies of pharmacy faculties in the Arab states and the second international conference of the faculty of pharmacy started at the Jordanian university on Wednesday.
Regional, Science, 10/18/2001
British archbishop calls for strengthening understanding between Muslims, Christians in the UK
Archbishop George Cary of Canterbury in Britain has called for the formation of a commission in Britain to consolidate understanding between Muslims and Christians in the UK.
Regional-UK, Religion, 10/18/2001
Serial killer sentenced to capital punishment
A serial killer, found guilty of assassinating five women, was sentenced Tuesday to capital punishment by the court of appeal of Al-Jadida, 190 km south of Rabat.
Morocco, Local, 10/18/2001
UN Official Lauds Morocco's Solidarity with Afghan People
The executive director of the United Nations Human Settlements Center on Tuesday lauded Morocco's solidarity with the Afghan people.
Morocco-Afghanistan, Local, 10/18/2001
Japan donates Morocco $80,927 to purchase neuro-surgery equipment
Japan has donated the Hassan II foundation of the prevention and struggle against brain diseases a grant worth US$80,927.
Morocco-Japan, Health, 10/18/2001
Tennis: Morocco's Arazi rolls out second-seeded Agassi in second round at Stuttgart tournament
Morocco's Hicham Arazi ousted second-seeded Andre Agassi in the second round of the $2.95 million Tennis Masters Series event Wednesday in Stuttgart.
Morocco, Sports, 10/18/2001
Lebanese source denies foiling attacks at Arab, foreign embassies in Beirut
Lebanon, Local, 10/17/2001
A fire at the Syrian embassy in Ankara, no casualties reported
Syria, Local, 10/17/2001
UN expresses appreciation of Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak's efforts
Faisal Abdul kader, the new UN resident representative of the UN population fund in Egypt, lauded the pioneering and distinguished role of Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak in the issues of population, development and childhood in Egypt.
Egypt, Culture, 10/17/2001
School feeding key weapon in war against hunger, poverty: WFP chief
The head of the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) Monday called on national governments and the humanitarian aid community to help create a global school feeding program for the world's undernourished children, calling such a scheme a "key weapon" in the war against hunger and poverty.
Regional, Health, 10/17/2001
Tennis: Morocco's Arazi cruises to second round in Stuttgart tournament
Morocco, Sports, 10/17/2001
Some 11 Algerian municipality guards killed in an ambush
Some 11 members of the Algerian municipality guards were killed on Sunday in an ambush implanted by an armed group near " beer al-Ater " in Tebseh area, 630 Km to the east of the capital Algiers.
Algeria, Local, 10/16/2001
Morocco, Senegal to cooperate in disabled integration
Morocco-Senegal, Culture, 10/16/2001
Large explosion in Aden
Yemeni security sources said on Monday that a strong explosion on Sunday evening shook the port of Aden but no casualties were reports.
Yemen, Local, 10/16/2001
Princess Lalla Hasna hands 2001 clean beaches trophies
Princess Lalla Hasna, chairwoman of the Mohammed VI foundation for Environment Protection, chaired on Monday the 2001 prize awarding ceremony for clean beaches.
Morocco, Environment, 10/16/2001
Spanish donation to rehabilitate Spanish architectural heritage in northern Morocco
Morocco-Spain, History, 10/16/2001
First international light and sound show in Casablanca in June 2002
Regional-Morocco, Local, 10/16/2001
Mrs. Mubarak inaugurates Luxor International Hospital
Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak will inaugurate next week Luxor international hospital built over an area of 12 Feddans with the cost of LE 85 million.
Egypt, Local, 10/16/2001
New Antiquities Atlas to survey all monumental sites in Egypt
The Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) is conducting a survey of all archaeological sites in Egyptian governorates to prepare an atlas, said SCA Secretary-General Gaballah Ali Gaballah on Monday.
Egypt, Local, 10/16/2001
Al-Jazira correspondent detained at Geneva airport
The Qatari al- Jazira TV station said on Monday that one of its correspondents was held on Sunday evening at Geneva's airport.
Qatar, Local, 10/16/2001
32 pieces of antiquities to be placed in Alex garden
A Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) committee finished selecting 32 archaeological granite, marble and black basalt pieces to be placed in a garden as part of the Alexandria storyteller project.
Egypt, Local, 10/16/2001
Princess Lalla Meryem Launches Nationwide Immunization Campaign for Children and Women
Princess Lalla Meryem (sister of Morocco's King Mohammed VI) launched on Sunday at the Middle Atlas mountains city of Ifrane a nationwide immunization campaign targeting women in procreating age and children against several diseases such as tuberculosis, diphtheria, polio, measles, tetanus, whooping cough, and hepatitis B.
Morocco, Health, 10/15/2001
Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak meets with governors
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak, who chairs the National Women's Council, said that branches of the council in the governorates were set up to act as national mechanisms to coordinate among the authorities concerned with women's rights in each governorate.
Egypt, Culture, 10/15/2001
Morocco's Khalid Skah wins 10 miles race at Portsmouth
Morocco's athlete Khalid Skah on Sunday won the 10 miles race at Portsmouth (Britain), a distance which he covered in 46 mn and 17 sec.
Morocco, Sports, 10/15/2001
Morocco's El Aynaoui Beat at Finals of Lyon Tennis Tournament
Morocco's Younes El Aynaoui missed on Sunday the ATP title at the $800,000 Lyon Grand Prix when he was beat by Ivan Ljubicic of Croatia 6-3, 6-2.
Morocco, Sports, 10/15/2001
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