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Morocco wants to have reliable, independent justice
The minister stressed that corruption should not be tolerated, conceding that this plague is general and does not spare justice.
Morocco, Judicial, 12/21/2002
Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak launches national plan for girls' education
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak launches today the plan of girls education in seven governorates, Menya, Fayoum, Beheria, Sohag, Assiut, Bani Suif and Giza in the light of the initiative by the National Council for Motherhood and Childhood.
Egypt, Education, 12/21/2002
Mrs. Mubarak outlines achievements of Mubarak public library
"There is great concern on the part of the Ministry of Education to set up school libraries and develop them in the belief that libraries play an important part in the learning process," she said.
Egypt, Education, 12/21/2002
Egyptian information ministry denies confiscating Lebanese magazine
Egypt-Lebanon, Local, 12/21/2002
King Mohammed visits exhibition on Arab horsemen in paris
The exhibition, to remain open to the public until next March 30, features several themes related to "Islam's equestrian heritage," "the horse, companion of man," "the horse, hero in religious and secular literature," "the radiance of oriental equestrian sport in the west."
Regional-France, Culture, 12/21/2002
One Palestinian was killed, wounded people in the Israeli breaking in operation in Deir al-Balah; One Israeli settler was killed
The Palestinian Majdi Mousa was killed and other 7 Palestinians were wounded by the Israeli occupation fire which invaded the city of Deir al-Balah in Gaza yesterday morning, supported by tanks and Apache planes. The Israeli forces destroyed the house of one member in the Fatah movement by dynamite, while the Israeli soldiers arrested 11 Palestinians in Ramullah, Bethlehem; Jenin and Toulkarem.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 12/21/2002
Egyptian woman arms inspector in Baghdad
The director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Mohammed el-Baradei, aroused the interest and admiration of the Egyptian people when he disclosed that the 18-member UN arms inspection vanguard in Baghdad includes an Egyptian woman.
Egypt-Iraq, Local, 12/21/2002
Arab Association in US protests racism in Hitman 2 Videogame
The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) protests the "highly derogatory, racist and offensive caricatures of Arabs and or Muslims" in the much anticipated videogame Hitman 2 game released in the fall of 2002 by Eidos Interactive.
Regional-USA, Culture, 12/21/2002
France Muslims agree on council composition
Muslim leaders in France who have been meeting since Thursday in the Paris suburbs of Essone, reached on Friday an agreement on the composition of a council that will represent Muslims in France with French authorities.
Regional-France, Religion, 12/21/2002
Copts welcome Presidential announcement on Eastern Christmas Holiday
Egypt's Copts Wednesday welcomed President Hosni Mubarak's decision to make January 7, the Eastern Christmas, an official holiday for all Egyptians
Egypt, Culture, 12/20/2002
Mrs. Mubarak inaugurates Cairo International Children Book fair
Egypt, Education, 12/20/2002
Morocco to set up commission to limit damage of al Najat bogus 30,000 job offers
Morocco, Local, 12/20/2002
Morocco calls for recognizing Muslim contribution to universal heritage
Muslim contribution to the universal heritage must be recognized, said in Rabat on Thursday Morocco's Islamic Affairs minister, Ahmed Taoufiq.
Regional-Morocco, Religion, 12/20/2002
Algeria: nine persons killed in acts of violence
Two military men and 7 armed Islamists were killed on Wednesday in Algeria during mopping up operations carried out by the security forces, according to the Algerian dailies issued on Thursday.
Algeria, Local, 12/20/2002
AIDS cases in Syria low
Within the activities of the Syrian Red Crescent Association of International AIDS Day, the Manager of the Syrian National Program for Fighting AIDS (NPFA), Mohammed Imad Al- Daqer yesterday lectured on AIDS Epidemics.
Syria, Health, 12/20/2002
One Palestinian killed, many wounded of Israeli attacks
The Palestinian Ala' Muhammad al-Saroudi ( 15 year old) was shot during confrontation between the Palestinian resistance fighters and the Israeli army forces in Rafah, where the Israeli bulldozers leveled the land before a military position near the border area with Egypt while other scores of Palestinians were wounded during a clash with the Israeli forces in Nablus.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 12/19/2002
Mubarak announces: Coptic Christmas as a day off
Egypt, Religion, 12/18/2002
Syrian-French Medical cooperation
The Syrian Minister of Health, Mohammed Iyad al-Shatti received in Damascus yesterday the Health Cooperation Official of International Cooperation Department at the French Foreign Ministry, Bernard Montavil and an accompanying delegation.
Syria-France, Health, 12/18/2002
Mauritania receives royal donation for drought-stricken population
The government of Mauritania received Monday a Moroccan food load, as Royal donation to the drought-stricken population in this Maghreban state.
Mauritania-Morocco, Culture, 12/17/2002
Mubarak to open first concrete suspension bridge in Middle East within days
President Hosni Mubarak will within the coming few days open the Middle East's first concrete suspension bridge in the monument-rife Upper Egyptian city of Aswan.
Egypt, Local, 12/17/2002
Three Palestinians killed by Israel, scores of houses demolished
The two Palestinians, Abdul karim Shabbat and Muhammad Faraj Edwan, from Beit Hanoun and a third Palestinian near Neve Dakalim settlement were killed by the Israeli bullets, while the Israeli army demolished 15 Palestinian houses near Moraj settlement in Rafah and leveled vast areas of agricultural lands.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 12/17/2002
Russian writers for cooperation with Arab counterparts
President of the union of the Russian writers Valery Ganich yesterday in Moscow praised the standing Arab - Russian deep cultural relations and the effective cooperation between the Russian writers union and the writers union in Syria and a number of Arab states.
Regional-Russia, Culture, 12/17/2002
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