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Syria's grand mufti meets with chairman of Scotland archbishop for cooperation among religions
Talks during the meeting dealt with the importance of cooperation among individuals of the heavenly messages for protecting man and ensuring peace and good life for all individuals.
Syria-UK, Religion, 3/8/2003
Eight Palestinians killed; Al-Aqsa group rejects Abu Mazin for prime minister
al- Aqsa groups martyrs said "we do refuse and reject appointment of Mahmoud Abbas as a prime minister under American- Zionist pressure." The statement considered that Abu Mazin is not "a popular person."
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/8/2003
Morocco's economic cartography tops Morocco-EU talks
Morocco, Local, 3/8/2003
About 3,000 illegal immigrants arrested in Morocco in 2 months
A total of 2,903 illegal immigrants were arrested in the period between January and February in various regions in Morocco, a police source said.
Morocco, Local, 3/8/2003
UNDP involves Egyptian Arts and media personalities in Anti-HIV/AIDS action in the Arab states
With over 500,000 people known to be living with HIV/AIDS in the Arab states, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is associating Egyptian renowned media and entertainment personalities to its anti-HIV/AIDS action in the Arab states.
Regional, Health, 3/7/2003
Operation Smile launches second mission in Marrakesh
The second mission of the NGO, Operation Smile, providing reconstructive surgery and related healthcare to indigent children kicked off in Marrakesh Thursday.
Morocco, Health, 3/7/2003
Annan deeply deplores 'disproportionate and excessive' Israeli force in Gaza
United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan yesterday deeply deplored the use of "disproportionate and excessive force" by the Israeli military in a Gaza refugee camp, which reportedly led to the killing of 11 Palestinians and the injuring of more than 140.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/7/2003
Mother of 10 children killed by Israel; 14 Palestinian dead
Palestinian medical sources said that a Palestinian woman mothering 10 children was killed yesterday at the courtyard of her house when the Israeli forces broke into one village near Jenin.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/7/2003
Crock of Byzantine gold found at Abu Sir
The temple was restored during the Byzantine age, Secretary-General of the Supreme-Council for Antiquities said, adding that according to Church records, monks built a church in the fortress courtyard.
Egypt, Local, 3/7/2003
102 passengers killed in a plane crash south of Algeria
Some 102 persons were killed in a Boeing 737 plane crash for the Algerian airlines. Naval forces said that the plane was carrying 97 passengers and unknown number of crew, adding that one person at least survived the crash and had wounds.
Algeria, Local, 3/7/2003
Princess Lalla Meriem surveys Morocco's efforts to improve women's conditions
Princess lalla Meriem stressed that in these endeavors, Morocco "draws on the universal values of human rights and on the noble precepts of Islam, which honored women and recognized their right to be treated equitably, fairly and in dignity." She further cited the rise in the women's representation in the parliament to more than 10 percent, and the revision of the Personal Status Code, or the family law, in such a way to best secure equality and justice and the basic rights of women and children.
Morocco, Culture, 3/6/2003
15 Israelis killed in a Palestinian operation in Haifa, PA denounces it
The number of killed Israelis in an Israeli bus which was blown up in the coastal city of Haifa to the north of Tel Aviv yesterday increased to 15 persons, at least, with other 30 wounded, 10 of them are in critical conditions.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/6/2003
Tribal clashes in Yemen due to revenge
One person was killed and other four wounded in tribal clashes between two tribes near Sanaa International airport.
Yemen, Local, 3/6/2003
Saudi- French military talks
Saudi Arabia-France, military, 3/6/2003
Over 60 kg of drugs seized in tangier
Morocco, Local, 3/6/2003
Suzanne Mubarak to chair conference to discuss protection, rehabilitation of street children
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak will on March 10 preside over a conference to discuss a strategy to protect and rehabilitate street children.
Egypt, Culture, 3/5/2003
Three Palestinians killed in confrontations with the Israeli forces
One Palestinian was killed in Toulkarem camp to the north of the West Bank and four others, in critical health conditions, were wounded as the Israeli forces opened fire at a group of citizens in the camp.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/5/2003
Moroccan, Spanish NGOs call for protection of Gibrlatar's ecosystem
Representatives of NGOs based in Northern Morocco and Southern Spain called, in a meeting convened last weekend in the Atlantic city of Larache, for the protection of Gibraltar's ecosystem.
Morocco-Spain, Local, 3/5/2003
Palestinians destroy five Israeli Tanks, more Palestinians killed by Israel
The Israeli forces yesterday, backed by scores of tanks and Apache planes broke into al-Nuseirat and al-Breij camps in the downtown of Gaza and this resulted in killing ten Palestinians including one woman and two children and wounding more than 29 citizens as well as destroying several Palestinian homes.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/4/2003
Princess Lalla Meryem participates in Brussels conference on women
Morocco, Local, 3/4/2003
Chief of staff of Italian navy starts visit to Morocco
Morocco-Italy, Military, 3/4/2003
Tennis ATP Race: Morocco's Younes El Aynaoui 9th
Morocco, Sports, 3/4/2003
Three Palestinians were killed, 25 homes by Israel
Three Palestinians were killed and more than other 46 wounded, two children among them are in critical health condition. Also, twenty Palestinian homes were demolished in an incursion by the Israeli forces yesterday into Khan Younis, and Rafah in Gaza, while two Israeli soldiers were wounded during confrontation between the Palestinians and the invading Israeli forces.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/3/2003
Athletics: Moroccan suspended athlete to go to court for on doping charges
Moroccan Steeplechase world record-holder Brahim Boulami said Friday he will go to the Court of Arbitration in Sport to establish his innocence of doping charges.
Morocco, Sports, 3/3/2003
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