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King Fahd returns back to Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia, Local, 10/5/2002
Mubarak inaugurates Aswan Bridge
Egypt, Local, 10/5/2002
Confrontations in all territories, Israel kills one Palestinian, detains scores
Six Palestinian were wounded including one child in a critical health condition when the Israeli forces opened fire at Palestinians performing their prayers at al-Aqsa mosque. This was followed by strong clashes between the Israeli soldiers and the Palestinians during which the Israelis threw tear gas bombs and used live bullets against the men while performing their prayers.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/5/2002
Israel continues oppression operations against the Palestinians
Sharon asked during a meeting he held on Wednesday evening, in the presence of the minister of the interior, and the general inspector of the Israeli police, from all Israeli farmers and businessmen to stop recruiting Palestinian workers.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/4/2002
Mexican government establishes library a la Bibliotheca Alexandrina - Ambassador
Egypt-Mexico, Local, 10/4/2002
Casablanca hosts 3rd international poetry festival
Regional-Morocco, Local, 10/4/2002
An earthquake hit Lebanon
Lebanon, Local, 10/4/2002
Algeria: Five armed Islamists killed
Algerian dailies issued on Thursday said that the security forces killed five armed Islamists on Wednesday in mopping up operations in the two areas of Bumerdas ( 50 Km to the east of the capital) and Sedi Bala'bas ( 440 Km to the west).
Algeria, Local, 10/4/2002
Some 31 killed in collapse of old buildings in Aleppo
At least 31 persons were killed in a collapse of several buildings in al-Kallasah ancient quarters in Aleppo, while other scores were wounded in an outcome which is expected to increase with the proceeding rescue operation.
Syria, Local, 10/3/2002
UNICEF: thousands of Palestinian children denied access to schools
A month into the Palestinian school year, the UNICEF special representative in the occupied Palestinian territories, Pierre Poupard, on October 2nd expressed serious concern over the number of Palestinian children being prevented from attending school by Israel imposed restrictions.
Palestine, Education, 10/3/2002
The Guardian: Muslims' fury over calls to use Dutch in mosques
Islamic groups in the Netherlands have reacted with fury to a Dutch government member's suggestion that only Dutch should be spoken in the country's 450 mosques, reports on Tuesday British "The Guardian" daily.
Regional-Netherlands, Religion, 10/3/2002
Algeria: 13 killed in an attack by an armed group
The Algerian security sources yesterday said that an armed Islamic group killed 13 persons and wounded one child, kidnapped one woman, all of them from two families, during an attack in Wadi Shurfa in Eid al- Defleh area ( 160 Km to the west of the capital Algiers.)
Algeria, Local, 10/3/2002
King Fahd accepts the resignation of a security official
Saudi Arabia, Local, 10/2/2002
Kuwait's crown prince heads for Britain for medical test
Kuwait, Local, 10/2/2002
AL chief confers with ICRC President in Geneva
The President of the International Committee of the Red Cross ICRC J. Kellenberger received on Tuesday in Geneva the secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa. The one hour meeting dealt with the current situation in the Middle East. The discussions mainly centered on the humanitarian problems in the Palestinian territories and Iraq.
Regional-International, Local, 10/2/2002
Israeli planes violate the Lebanese airspace
Lebanon said on Tuesday that the Israeli planes flew intensively and at low altitude in the Lebanese airspace over Beirut and other parts of the Lebanese territories and that the Lebanese Hizbullah party opened its anti- aircraft missiles against them.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 10/2/2002
Yemen: al-Ahmar's two sons are in prison
Two of the children of the speaker of the Yemeni parliament Sheikh Abdullah al-Ahmar were jailed for investigation at the order to the attorney general following fire exchange which resulted in killing four persons on Sunday in the surrounding of the British embassy in Sanaa.
Yemen, Local, 10/2/2002
Saudi prince: No political motives behind Riyadh explosion
Prince Sattam Bin Abdul Aziz, the deputy prince of Riyadh district, has denied the existence of political motives behind the explosion which claimed the life of one German in Riyadh, Saud Arabia, on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 10/1/2002
Continued Israeli acts of killing in the occupied Palestinian territories
Eye witnesses said that a Palestinian teenager ( 13 year old) could not be identified because his skull was distorted by the Israeli bullets which also beat other ten. The Israeli forces, on the other hand carried out a campaign of arrest that covered several Palestinians in al-Khalil Aznah, Hazmeh and Rafah, where clashes took place between Palestinian resistance fighters and two Israeli positions.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/1/2002
Mrs Mubarak in UAE to address women, media roles
Egypt-United Arab Emirates, Culture, 9/30/2002
Israeli warplanes violate the Lebanese airspace
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 9/30/2002
Riyadh: One German killed in a car explosion
Explosions which target westerner residents in Saudi Arabia have renewed. An explosive went off on Sunday in a car owned by a German and this resulted in the death of one persons in an attack whose intention was not known. Similar attacks took place during the two past years and they were linked by the Saudi security authorities to fighting a Mafia in the alcoholic drinks trade.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 9/30/2002
Yemen: Persons killed, wounded in a clash near the British embassy
Yemen, Local, 9/30/2002
Israeli government redeploys tanks in Ramullah, imposes curfew
the Palestinian Youth Qader Diab ( 24 year old) was killed in an explosion in Toulkarem. He is the local official for the People's Front in Nablus. A Palestinian patient died at Abu Hauli Israeli military check point to the south Gaza died of a heart attack.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 9/30/2002
Badee Hammadeh sentenced to death
Lebanon, Local, 9/30/2002
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