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Ebeid set up fund for developing education, eradicating illiteracy of 2.5m citizens
Egypt, Education, 11/29/2003
Bush describes Baghdad meeting with members of Iraq council
US President George W. Bush says he had a "good talk" for about 30 minutes November 27 with four members of Iraq's Governing Council at Baghdad International Airport, following his surprise meeting with U.S. troops there.
Iraq-USA, Military, 11/29/2003
Syrian dancing group performs in Brussels; Arab cultural week
Syria-Belgium, Local, 11/29/2003
Islamic university of technology elect Morocco as president
Morocco was recently elected in Dacca (Bangladesh) president of the governing board of the Islamic University of Technology in recognition of the role it played to "serve the interests of the Islamic Ummah in general and its efforts within the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) in particular," the Moroccan foreign affairs ministry said in a release.
Regional-Morocco, Local, 11/29/2003
Football: two Moroccan nominees for CAF best african player 2003
The Moroccan football players, Noureddine Naybet (Deportivo la Corogne/Esp) and Jaouad Zairi (Sochaux/Fra), were nominated along with 21 other African players for the title of best African player 2003.
Morocco, Sports, 11/29/2003
Yemen: another leading figure in al-Qaida arrested
A high ranking security source in Sanaa announced that the Yemeni authorities arrested a second leading figure from al-Qaida organization, Hadi Dalqam, just two days after announcing the arrest of Muhammad al-Ahdal, who was described as one of the leading figures in Yemen in the organization's leadership.
Yemen-USA, Local, 11/29/2003
Four Palestinians were killed, peace efforts are given an impetus
Three Palestinians were killed and a fourth was strongly wounded by the bullets of the Israeli soldiers near Deir al-Balah in the downtown of Gaza, just hours after the killing of a nine-year old Palestinian child in Rafah to the south of the sector, according to medical sources.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/28/2003
Saudi Arabia seizes a large bomb with armed men in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia, Local, 11/28/2003
One American soldier killed in al-Ramadi
The occupation forces in Iraq announced in a statement that one American soldier was killed on Thursday in the Iraqi city of al-Ramadi, 100 Km to the west of Baghdad but the source did not explain if the incident is linked to an attack.
Iraq-USA, Military, 11/28/2003
Tlass- inspects Syrian army formations working in Lebanon
Under the directives of President Bashar al-Assad, Commander in Chief of the Army and Armed Forces, and Minister of Defense, 1st Lt. Gen. Moustafa Tlass visited a fighting formations in Lebanon, on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.
Lebanon-Syria, Military, 11/26/2003
King Mohammed congratulates leaders of Islamic countries on Aid-Al-Fitr day
On the occasion of Aid-Al-Fitr (end of Ramadan feast) marked Tuesday or Wednesday according to the viewing of the crescent, king Mohammed VI sent messages of congratulations to the leaders of Islamic countries, extending them best wishes of health and happiness and wishes of further progress and prosperity to their people.
Regional-Morocco, Religion, 11/26/2003
Bremer, Abizaid talks about decrease of attacks in Iraq
The US administrator of Iraq, Paul Bremer, said that the attacks launched by armed men are increasingly targeting collaborators of the occupation forces.
Iraq-USA, Military, 11/26/2003
Continued clashes in Iraq
Three Iraqis were wounded yesterday when a bomb placed in the entrance of a hotel in Karkouk city to the north of Iraq exploded, and injured an employee in the hotel.
Iraq-USA, Military, 11/26/2003
Saudi Arabia foils a booby trapped attack, two persons killed
Saudi Arabia said it had foiled an attack by a booby trapped car in the capital Riyadh on the first day of Eid al-Fiter, and its forces killed two gunmen in a fire exchange.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 11/26/2003
Islamic world celebrates Eid al-Fiter
Hundreds of millions of Muslims along the Islamic world performed Eid al-fiter prayers yesterday, after the majority of the Arab and Islamic countries announced that Tuesday was the first day of Eid al-Fiter.
Regional, Religion, 11/26/2003
Yemen arrests an al-Qaida organization leaders
The Yemeni security forces said that the security department arrested on Tuesday one of the main figures of al-Qaida organization in the country after years he had spent hiding for accusations of being the master mind of attacks against western interests in Yemen.
Yemen, Local, 11/26/2003
Euro-Mediterranean cinema training center dedicated in ouarzazate
Moroccan communication minister, Nabil Benabdellah, dedicated this Tuesday here the Euro-Mediterranean training Center for cinema and audio-visual professions.
Morocco, Education, 11/26/2003
Morocco hosts next december high level conference on south-south cooperation
Morocco, Local, 11/26/2003
American soldier drown, three injured in an accident
Iraq-USA, Local, 11/26/2003
About 19 tons of hashish seized in Tangiers port since january
Morocco, Local, 11/26/2003
Three moroccan films to be shown in Damascus international festival
Three Moroccan films will be shown at the Damascus International Festival set for December 6-13 with the participation of 43 countries.
Morocco-Syria, Local, 11/26/2003
Sadness prevails Eid al-Fiter celebrations
This year also, the story of difference to specify the first day of the Eid remained as in other years, in a clear example of differences among Muslims. Even religious occasions have not succeeded in unifying the ranks of Muslims split by political differences.
Regional, Religion, 11/25/2003
A Syrian higher institute of population studies and researches
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad has issued law No. 32 for the year 2003 on setting up a scientific general panel of administrative nature called "The Higher Institute of Population Studies and Research."
Syria, Education, 11/25/2003
Football: Morocco's Raja wins African Confederation Cup championship
The Moroccan football team Raja won Sunday the 12th edition of the African Confederation Cup (CAF) after they tied (0-0) against Cameroon's Cotonsport team in Garoua (northern Cameroon).
Morocco, Sports, 11/25/2003
Moroccan athlete designated vice-chairman of IAAF
Morocco, Local, 11/25/2003
One Saudi detainee committed suicide because Yemen refused him asylum
The Yemeni opposition announced the death of a Saudi citizen inside a Yemeni detention center, when he committed suicide, because the Yemeni authorities refused to give him and three of his colleagues the right to political asylum.
Saudi Arabia-Yemen, Local, 11/24/2003
Israeli forces besiege Bethlehem, Palestinians doubt Sharon's intention
The sources said that the child, Ibrahim al-Jalamenah, was hit in his chest as he threw stones at Israeli soldiers who retaliated by opening fire during an incursion operation to the west of Jenin.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/24/2003
Euro-Mediterranean body of children's rights promotion sees the light in Rabat
A Euro-Mediterranean body for the protection of children's rights protection was set up Friday in Rabat.
Regional-European Union, Culture, 11/24/2003
Arab parliamentary forum for population, development to gather in Rabat December 3-5
Regional, Local, 11/24/2003
Some 327,000 moroccans live in Spain
Morocco-Spain, Local, 11/24/2003
Policeman sentenced to 20 years in Moroccan Jew murder case
The Appeal court of Rabat sentenced this Saturday Khalid Adib, a former policeman, to 20 years in jail in the case of the murder, last September, of Alfred Rebibo, a Moroccan Jew in Casablanca.
Morocco, Local, 11/24/2003
Up to 20 years in jail sentence delivered for Agadir group
The appeal court of Rabat delivered this prison sentences ranging between acquittal and 20 years in jail against a group of 45 individuals called "the Agadir group," in the framework of the anti-terrorism law.
Morocco, Local, 11/24/2003
Three American soldiers killed in Iraq
An American military spokesman said that one soldier from the US fourth contingent troops was killed and other two wounded when their vehicle was running over an explosive to the north of Baghdad.
Iraq-USA, Military, 11/24/2003
Damascus film festival on December 6-13
Damascus will host "The International Cinema Festival," from 6 through 13 December, with the participation of more than 43 countries and prominent Arab and foreign movie directors along with and hundreds of films, Mohammad al-Ahmad, the Director General of the Syrian Film Organization said Sunday in a news conference.
Syria-Regional, Local, 11/24/2003
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