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Number of Algerian quake victims increasing
Rescue teams in Algeria are completing the search for survivors amid hills of ruins inflected by the worst quake that hit the country in 23 years. The rescue teams continued their work using trained dogs and advanced instruments.
Algeria, Local, 5/24/2003
Muslim-Christian cooperation to rectify misconcepts about women's role
The Christian-Muslim conference on promoting women's citizenship in Alexandria stressed cooperation of Muslim and Christian clerics to set right misconcepts about women's role, urging development of the official religious discourse in order to boost women's citizenship right.
Regional, Religion, 5/24/2003
UAE's first lady hails Mrs. Mubarak's efforts on women, children issues
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) First Lady Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Friday hailed Egyptian First Lady Susanne Mubarak's efforts in the service of issues of women and children.
Egypt-United Arab Emirates, Culture, 5/24/2003
Hamas bomb explosion in Gaza; Sharon accepts the Roadmap
Powell said that Washington's commitment to dealing with these fears does not mean it will amend the Roadmap itself.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 5/24/2003
Al-Thawra: Syria cancels military training in schools
Syria, Education, 5/23/2003
Strongest quake in two decades hits Algeria, 1100 killed, thousands homeless
Algeria yesterday announced a three- day mourning as from today for the victims of the destructive earthquake which hit the capital Algiers and surrounding towns on Wednesday and resulted, according to preliminary estimates the death of 110 persons, 7,000 wounded. It was at 7.7 grade at Richter scale and was the most violent since two decades as residential buildings collapsed easily.
Algeria, Local, 5/23/2003
Some 624 Palestinian houses; Israeli helicopter crashed, One Palestinian killed
A Palestinian source at the office of Saeb Oreikat, the chairman of the negotiations departments, who resigned from the Palestinian authority, said that the Israeli authority refused to give him a license to enter Jerusalem to take part in a lecture in one of the faculties.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 5/23/2003
Syria Ayobian Era highlighted in a lecture
Teacher of History and Islamic Arts, Marian Barricand, delivered at the Syrian Arab Culture Center in Paris a lecture about schools and palaces during the Ayobian era in Syria and focusing on Damascus as the capital of the Islamic culture at that era.
Syria, History, 5/23/2003
Arab poetry festival to be held in Rabat
An Arab poetry festival will be held May 29-31 in the Moroccan capital city of Rabat, part of events scheduled for "Rabat Arab Cultural Capital for 2003."
Regional-Morocco, Local, 5/23/2003
Somalia 30 persons were killed in inter- militia clashes
News reports talks about clashes between warring militias in the central and southern areas of Somalia that resulted in killing 30 persons and wounding other 40.
Somalia, Local, 5/23/2003
Italian book highlights Syria's culture
Syria, Local, 5/23/2003
Mrs. Mubarak hailed supporting Egyptian Women Rights
Egypt, Culture, 5/22/2003
Arab organization of administrative development to meet in Rabat
Regional, Local, 5/22/2003
New batch of Syrian aid for Iraq
Syria-Iraq, Local, 5/22/2003
Two Palestinians killed, Israel reoccupied Beit Hanoun; Abu Mazen to visit Washington, Sharon to follow
American sources said that the postponed meeting between the US President George W. Bush and the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon will be held next week, while Israeli sources noted that the Palestinian prime minister Mahmoud Abbas ( Abu Mazin ) accepted Bush's invitation to visit Washington within the few coming days.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 5/22/2003
Belgian polls: five seats for Moroccan-born candidates
Five Moroccan-born candidates will be sitting in the Belgian parliament after the legislative polls of Sunday.
Morocco-Belgium, Local, 5/22/2003
Anti- violence conference on Arab woman: Half of all wives beaten last year
woman were exposed to beating in the past year and the rate reaches more than half concerning beating in general during marriage time and that 45 % of them were beaten once, at least this year, while women exposed to beating for three to 6 times during the same period of time reached 17%, and that 10% of women who were beaten to the extent that they needed medication.
Regional, Culture, 5/21/2003
Israeli forces pull out from Beit Hanoun after they destroyed of infrastructure
Israel seemed yesterday handicapped before the escalation of "suicide " operations, using all its military means in confronting the Palestinian Intifada.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 5/21/2003
Saudi Talal Bin Badr, Elected Chairman of Arab Basket-Ball Union, Moroccan Vice-President
Regional-Saudi Arabia, Sports, 5/21/2003
Morocco to host 2004 African wrestling championships
Morocco will host the African championships of Greco-Roman, All-in, and feminine wrestling.
Regional-Morocco, Sports, 5/21/2003
Moroccan festival in London next june
A Moroccan week-long festival will be held next June in London under the theme "Morocco Land of Wonder," in what is considered the most important Moroccan tourism and cultural event ever organized in the United Kingdom.
Morocco-UK, Local, 5/21/2003
Morocco donates 200 tons of food to Iraq
Morocco donated Iraq 200 tons of food, worth some US$ 216,000, to be shipped by the UN World Food Program (PAM), part of its efforts to meet the Iraqi populations' needs, the UN news center said Tuesday.
Morocco-Iraq, Local, 5/21/2003
King Mohammed visits persons wounded in Casablanca attacks
Morocco, Local, 5/20/2003
All terrorists involved in Casablanca attacks identified
Moroccan Interior Minister, El Mustapha Sahel, on Monday said all terrorists involved in the Friday attacks in Casablanca, were identified.
Morocco, Local, 5/20/2003
A woman from al-Jihad movement kills 3 Israelis
In a fifth operation of its kind during the past 48 hours, a Palestinian woman belonging to the Islamic Jihad movement in Palestine broke into a trade center in al-Afoula city inside the territories of 1948 and detonated herself and this resulted in killing three Israelis and wounding other 43.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 5/20/2003
Clashes renewed in Ein al-Helweh camp southern Lebanon
Violent clashes erupted yesterday in one of the quarters of Ein al-Helweh Palestinian camp between members of the Fatah movement and Osbet al-Nour group, over burying the two persons who were killed two days ago in an ambush that targeted the leader of "al-Nour" group Abdullah al-Shureidi who was injured seriously.
Lebanon, Local, 5/20/2003
Original David's psalms kept in Coptic museum
The original copy of the Book of Psalms, which dates back to the 3rd or 4th century AD is kept inside the Coptic Museum, said Zahi Hawas, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA).
Egypt, Local, 5/20/2003
King Fahd undergoes eye surgery
Saudi Arabia, Local, 5/20/2003
Another group of European hostages in the Algerian desert freed
Algeria-European Union, Local, 5/20/2003
King Mohammed visits sites hit by terrorist attacks
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, accompanied by his brother Prince Moulay Rachid, visited Sunday sites hit Friday night by a string of terrorist attacks, claiming 41 lives and leaving one hundred people wounded.
Morocco, Local, 5/19/2003
Government spokesman: enemies of democracy and modernity behind casablanca attacks
There will no state of emergency nor any land or sea borders closure in connection with the Casablanca terrorist attacks that claimed 41 fatalities and a hundred of casualties, said Morocco's Interior Minister in an interview published on Sunday by daily "Assahra al Maghribya."
Morocco, Local, 5/19/2003
Casablanca attacks perpetrated by a 14-member cell (interior minister)
The terrorist attacks that hit the city of Casablanca on Friday night were perpetrated by a cell of 14 people divided into five groups, Moroccan Interior Minister, El-Mostapha Sahel, said on Saturday.
Morocco, Local, 5/19/2003
Three Palestinian operations in Jerusalem, Hebron, nine Israelis killed, 8 Palestinians killed
The Palestinian resistance retaliated to the daily massacres carried out by the Israeli occupation forces in the occupied territories by carrying out three operations in East Jerusalem and Hebron that resulted in killing 9 Israelis, wounding 22, while two Palestinians were killed after they had broken into a settlement in the West Bank near the Green light and other three in incursions operations by the Israeli forces in Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 5/19/2003
Al-Shara confers with French management experts delegation
Syria-France, Local, 5/19/2003
Al-Aal airways suspends flights to Nairobi
Israel-Kenya, Local, 5/19/2003
Football: Morocco's Hassania Club ties with Cote D'Ivoire's ASEK in African League
Morocco's Hassania of Agadir tied 0-0 Sunday at home against Asek Abidjan of Cote d'Ivoire in a second round match for the African Champions League.
Morocco, Sports, 5/19/2003
Police identifies eight of 14 bombers, no UAE national arrested
Morocco-United Arab Emirates, Local, 5/19/2003
Israeli warplanes renew violations of the Lebanese airspace
The Israeli warplanes yesterday renewed its violations of the Lebanese airspace as it flew at low altitude over various areas and carried out mock and provocative raids.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 5/19/2003
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