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Sudanese arrested in Yemen under charges of having links to Osama Bin laden
The Yemeni writers and men of letters announced in a statement that the Yemeni political security authorities last Friday detained two Sudanese researchers under charges of spying and having links to Osama Bin Laden.
Yemen, Local, 11/2/2001
Arab railways union holds symposium in Rabat
Regional-Morocco, Local, 11/2/2001
Yemeni citizen denies to have been handed over to the US
Yemeni citizen denies to have been handed over to the US, according to the US daily Washington post under charges that he is linked to the attack against the US warship " USS Cole" in 2000.
Yemen-USA, Local, 11/2/2001
Karim Agha Khan arrives today in Damascus
Prince Karim Agha Khan, the spiritual leader of the Ismaelit Muslim sect arrives today in Damascus in a visit to Syria during which he will hold talks with several Syrian officials relating to future developmental projects currently carried out by al-Agha Khan network in Syria.
Syria, Local, 11/2/2001
Paris-Bercy: Morocco's Arazi Beats 3rd Seeded Spanish Ferrero
Morocco's Hicham Arazi qualified on Thursday to the quarter finals of the indoors Paris-Bercy tennis tournament, ninth and last of the masters series contests.
Morocco, Sports, 11/2/2001
Moroccan government adopts Kyoto protocol
The Moroccan government adopted on Thursday at its weekly meeting the Kyoto protocol of the United Nations framework agreement on climatic changes.
Morocco, Environment, 11/2/2001
In a word on Teachers' Day: Mubarak stresses good education helps combat terrorism
Egypt, Local, 11/1/2001
Israel dumps toxic waste in the West Bank, Gaza
Palestine-Israel, Environment, 11/1/2001
Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak watches filming of children's 'Sesame World',T.V
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Wednesday watched the beginning of the filming of the third group of the children's television programme 'Sesame World' the screening of which began on Egyptian television in August 2000.
Egypt, Culture, 11/1/2001
Egyptian detainee in London tried
Egypt-UK, Local, 10/31/2001
Mrs. Mubarak receives message from Sheikha Fatma
Egypt's First Lady Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak received a message from the United Arab Emirates' First Lady Sheikha Fatma bint Mubarak.
Egypt-United Arab Emirates, Culture, 10/31/2001
Mrs. Mubarak opens cultural palace in Alexandria
Egypt, Culture, 10/30/2001
Egypt to ask Brazil to extradite Qaeda terrorist
Egypt-Brazil, Local, 10/30/2001
Health sector to stage warning strike on november 21
Morocco, Health, 10/30/2001
Princess Lalla Hasna dedicates new SOS-village near Casablanca
Morocco's Princess Lalla Hasna, sister of King Mohammed VI, dedicated on Monday a new SOS children village at Dar Bouazza (17 km south of Casablanca).
Morocco, Culture, 10/30/2001
General organization of Remote Sensing 12th international symposium
The 12th International symposium of the General organization of Remote Sensing (GORS ) was opened on October 29 and will continue until November 1st at the Damascus Samir Amis hotel. Its main theme is international and Arab co-operation in remote sensing and space sciences.
Regional, Science, 10/30/2001
The Syrian Environment Association
The Syrian Environment Association on October 26 held an entertainment evening and a Fashion show under the title " a meeting between the East and the West towards a better world" at Khan Asa'ad Pacha in Damascus. Syrian economic, cultural and social activists and foreign diplomats accredited in Damascus attended the evening.
Syria, Environment, 10/30/2001
World-Islamic-Christian Dialogue Forum winds up
World- Islamic-Christian Dialogue forum wound up its proceedings yesterday in Cairo under Grand Imam of Al Azhar Sheikh Mohammed Sayed Tantawi, chairman of World Islamic Council for Dawaa (Call) and Relief.
Regional, Religion, 10/30/2001
Islamic Sharia is based on tolerance and justice
"The Islamic Sharia (law) is based on tolerance and justice and considers that all people come from one father and one mother. It protects mankind from any aggression and orders its followers to extend a hand of peace to everyone," he added.
Egypt, Religion, 10/30/2001
Moroccan teachers go on strike november 13-14
Two Moroccan trade unions have called for a general strike in the education sector for November 13-14 to "prompt the government respect its commitments" on the increase of the teachers' salaries.
Morocco, Education, 10/30/2001
First international unity rally roams across Morocco october 28-november 5
122 car pilots aboard Jaguars, Mercedes, Austin Healy, Alpine A110, Porsche 356, Triumph-TR3 and other cars, manufactured between 1950 and 1980, are participating in the first international unity rally "North-South Morocco" that kicked off Sunday from the northern city of Tangier.
Morocco-Regional, Sports, 10/30/2001
Egyptian clergy prevented from entering UAE territories
United Arab Emirates-Egypt, Local, 10/29/2001
Libya wins a new seat at the UN social and economic council
Libya, Local, 10/29/2001
On Bin Laden
The Qatari daily al-Watan said in a report to its correspondent in Damascus on Saturday that despite certain Syrian origins for " Osama Bin Laden," yet he could not establish any branch for his al-Qaeyda organization because the Syrian community by its nature is " secular" and shows great caution towards terrorist organizations.
Syria, Local, 10/29/2001
US religious freedoms report: Egypt's Muslims, Christians sons of same history, civilization
The US annual report on religious freedoms worldwide said that Muslims and Christians in Egypt are the sons of one history, identity, origin, culture, civilization and language and live together as citizens in one country.
Egypt, Local, 10/29/2001
Morocco's Khalid Skah ranks 2nd at Marseille-Cassis semi-marathon
Morocco, Sports, 10/29/2001
INTERPOL bulletin to hand over 40 terrorists
Intensive contacts have been made recently between Egyptian security systems and the International Criminal organization in Paris 'INTERPOL'.
Egypt, Judicial, 10/29/2001
Mrs. Mubarak chairs NCW meeting
On the other hand, Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak, who chairs the Egyptian Red Crescent Society will Sunday open the Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak specialised children's hospital in Giza.
Egypt, Culture, 10/29/2001
Egyptian mummies followed fashion
New scientific analysis of mummies has discovered that ancient Egyptian embalmers followed trends in body preservation and probably altered their mummification recipes in line with supply and demand.
Egypt, History, 10/29/2001
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