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German naval vessels in Somalia
Somalia-Germany, Local, 8/17/2002
Funeral for three Palestinians killed by Israel, two houses demolished
While the Palestinians eulogized three persons killed by the Israeli bullets, two in Gaza and one child in Khan Younis, the Israeli army destroyed two houses in Toulkarem area.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 8/17/2002
Al Alamayn: 'The Fire Line' Shot in Morocco
Morocco, Local, 8/17/2002
26 killed by Islamists in Western Algeria
The Algerian news agency said on Friday that armed Islamists killed on Thursday evening 26 persons in Harshoun in al-Shalf area to the west of Algeria.
Algeria, Local, 8/17/2002
Mrs. Mubarak to attend foundation stone ceremony for Civilization Museum in Fustat
The new museum is due to turn the area into a distinguished cultural and tourist site showcasing the Pharaonic, Islamic, Christian and Jewish civilizations.
Egypt, Local, 8/17/2002
Sri Lanka wins third Cricket game of Morocco cup
Sri Lanka squeezed out in Tangier Thursday South Africa with a 93-runs win in the third game of the first Morocco Cricket Cup held Aug.12-21.
Morocco, Sports, 8/17/2002
Israeli Soldiers kill 23-year-old Palestinian in Cold Blood
Palestine-Israel, Military, 8/16/2002
Egyptian military maneuvers in Sinai
The Egyptian armed forces have carried out large scale maneuvers on Thursday in the Sinai Peninsula. It was attended by units of all sections of the second Egyptian army.
Egypt, Military, 8/16/2002
Football: Morocco's Raja Club plays Egypt's Al-Ahly in African Cup Sunday
Egypt-Morocco, Sports, 8/16/2002
Security redeployment in central area of Yemen, inaugurated
The Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has stressed the will not to be soft with outlaws and those who violate security.
Yemen, Local, 8/16/2002
A Moroccan Roman city hosts cultural festival
Regional-Morocco, Local, 8/16/2002
Sarabeet Al-Khadem resurrected; Middle Kingdom temple under King Snosert
Secretary General of the Supreme Council for Antiquities, Zahi Hawwas said that the temple is 1500 m above sea level, adding that it is highly characterized among Pharaonic temples with its plan and building on the top of the highest mountain tip in the area. He explained that ancient Egyptian kings used to send mining missions to extract turquoise form Sarabeet Al-Khadem Mount, known as the Steps of Turquoise
Egypt, Local, 8/16/2002
Film on Trojan War to be shot in Morocco, Malta, Britain
An epic film on the Trojan war will be shot next spring in Morocco, Malta and Britain by Wolfgang Petersen.
Morocco, Local, 8/16/2002
Smugglers arrested on the Syrian- Lebanese borders
The Lebanese security forces with support of the Syrian forces working in North Lebanon have arrested a gang for smuggling goods through the Lebanese- Syrian borders.
Lebanon-Syria, Local, 8/16/2002
One Palestinian killed, destruction inflicted by the Israeli occupation of Toubas
Palestine-Israel, Military, 8/15/2002
Egypt draws plan to restore stolen antiquities
"A national committee will set a plan to restore the smuggled and stolen Egyptian antiquities and phrase out an appeal for the international community's assistance in this regard," said the Minister of Culture.
Egypt, Local, 8/15/2002
Jordanian opposition reject military maneuvers with the Americans
In a statement issued on Tuesday, the Jordanian opposition parties called for abrogating the joint military maneuvers between the Jordanian and American forces which started on Monday in al-Aqaba to the south of the kingdom, considering these maneuvers as "unacceptable" under the American threats to attack Iraq and the talk on the Jordanian role as a starting point for the military operations.
Jordan-USA, Military, 8/14/2002
King Fahd health conditions might worsen, diplomats say
Diplomats and a Saudi opposition group abroad said on Tuesday that the health of the Saudi Arabia's King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz might get worse despite his recovery from an eye- surgery, he recently underwent.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 8/14/2002
Killings in Ein al-Helweh camp; al-Dennyeh group chased
Security measures are being taken in line with the continued political efforts to prevent re-eruption of a military explosion in Ein al-Helweh camp for the Palestinian refugees in South Lebanon. This was following the "killing of two persons and wounding others in clashes that erupted between members of the Fatah movement, on the one hand, and members of "al- Dennyeh group" on the other.
Lebanon, Local, 8/14/2002
Israeli forces bomb two Palestinian houses, displace more families
The Israeli forces on Tuesday bombarded two houses for two Palestinian families one is in al-Zahereyah near Hebron and the second is in Doha near Bethlehem. The destruction of the two houses was made without permitting the inhabitants of the two houses from taking out their personal belonging.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 8/14/2002
Jordanian- American military maneuvers start in Aqaba
Jordanian and American forces have started joint maneuvers on Monday immediately following the arrival of the American forces in Aqaba port, according to a Jordanian official who stressed Jordan's care to stress that there is no connection between these maneuvers to a likely American attack against Iraq.
Jordan-USA, Military, 8/13/2002
Israel kills one a of al-Aqsa members; three Israeli soldiers wounded
The Israeli forces on Monday killed the Palestinian youth Ghazalle Shreihat from al-Aqsa group in Yamoun village near Jenin, while breaking in by tanks the village on Monday at dawn and arrested tens of its citizens.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 8/13/2002
Successful eye surgery for Amir of Kuwait
In a statement, the Kuwaiti Amir's court ( Divan) on Monday said that a successful eye surgery was done on Amir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah and that he had left the hospital.
Kuwait, Local, 8/13/2002
Contradicting news on high-jacking a ship near Somalia
Somali gunmen held a cargo ship, a group for monitoring crimes in the oceans said of be ship "Jenlil" registered in Northern Korea and not a ship carrying the British flag as stated before.
Somalia, Local, 8/13/2002
One Lebanese lady killed in an explosion in the eastern suburb of Beirut
One Lebanese woman was killed on Sunday and her daughter was greatly wounded in an explosion in an area situated in the Eastern suburb of Beirut, according to the Lebanese police source. The explosion took place on Sunday in Batshai village in Baabda area where the Lebanese presidential palace is situated.
Lebanon, Local, 8/12/2002
Osiris'priest Pharaonic cemetery unearthed on Egypt - Alexandria highway
Egypt's Culture Minister Farouk Hosni said that the Supreme Council of Antiquities mission that is resumed excavations east of Cairo -Alexandria highway discovered a Pharaonic cemetery containing a number of ancient tombs.
Egypt, Local, 8/12/2002
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