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Two thirds of the new Iraqi army resign in protest or of fear, One American killed, 14 wounded
A spokesman for the American occupation army in Iraq announced yesterday that 300 out of 700 members of the first group of the new Iraqi army, which graduated recently, had resigned.
Iraq-USA, Military, 12/12/2003
Asseyasah: Booby trapped message addressed to chief editor of Kuwaiti daily
Sources at the Kuwaiti daily Asseyasah said that a booby trapped message which was addressed to the chief editor of the paper, Ahmad al-Jarrallah, exploded yesterday with one of his aides, when he tried to open it at al-Jarrallah's office. The explosion resulted in slight wounds for this aide.
Kuwait, Local, 12/12/2003
Morocco and ICRC undertake to cooperate to disseminate humanitarian law in schools
Morocco, Culture, 12/12/2003
Arab states are urged to take part in Frankfurt's Book exhibition
Regional-Germany, Local, 12/12/2003
Moroccan association extends ruban rouge award to London mayor of London for anti-AIDS efforts
Morocco-UK, Local, 12/12/2003
Two Americans killed; two planes downed in Baghdad and Musil, 700 former Iraqi soldiers go after Baathists
Two American soldiers were killed in two separate incidents in Musil, where the resistance started to concentrate its attacks against the occupation forces in that city.
Iraq-USA, Military, 12/11/2003
German court clears Moroccan Abdelghani Mzoudi of terrorism charges
A German court released this Thursday Abdelghani Mzoudi, a Moroccan who was arrested in December 2002, in Hamburg, on suspicion of having provided logistical support to the cell of the 9/11 hijackers,
Morocco-Germany, Local, 12/11/2003
Israeli forces kill two gunmen near the Lebanese borders
An armed clash took place between the occupation forces and the gunmen near the al-Ghajar border village inside the Israeli borders. The Israeli army alleged in its statement that the clash did not result in woundings among the Israelis.
Israel-Lebanon, Military, 12/10/2003
Arab social affairs ministers meet in cairo
Regional-Egypt, Local, 12/10/2003
Princess Lalla Salma visits model kindergarten in Paris
Morocco's Princess Lalla Salma visited this Monday "Enfant Present," a model kindergarten in Paris that offers an appropriate atmosphere for children facing difficulties.
Morocco-France, Culture, 12/9/2003
Algeria Islamic scholar Ahmad Sahnoun dies at 97
One of the most prominent Islamists leaders and former leader of the Ikhwan al-Muslimin (Muslim Brothers Movement) in Algeria, Ahmad Sahnoun, died yesterday at 97 year old.
Algeria, Local, 12/9/2003
Morocco, British institute sign agreement on protection of roman site of Volubilis
Morocco-UK, Local, 12/9/2003
Morocco projects to reforest 37,000 hectares in 2003-2004
Morocco, Environment, 12/9/2003
Amman: death penalty for an American of Jordanian origin
The state security court in Jordan sentenced the Jordanian Raed Hijazi, accused of conspiring to carry out terrorist acts, to death by hanging. A decision which is the third of its kind against this convicted man.
Jordan-USA, Local, 12/9/2003
Two Islamists killed in Saudi Arabia in clashes with police
Two men, presumed to be armed Islamists, were killed yesterday morning in fire exchange with the Saudi Arabian security forces in al-Swedi quarters, to the south west of the capital Riyadh.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 12/9/2003
Morocco sets strategy to fight violence against women
A new strategy to fight violence against women has been drafted in Morocco, announced, in Rabat Friday, and Moroccan secretary of state in charge of the family, solidarity and social action.
Morocco, Culture, 12/8/2003
Mrs. Al-Assad receives wonderful welcome from al-Badia Children
In one of the Bedouin's tents within the area, Syria's First Lady listened to music played on Rababah and to Arabic poetry recited by Rababah (musical instrument) player, and viewed a display of Arabic coffee and sweets. She then moved on to a second tent where an exhibition of tools that are still used in the Badia to accomplish everyday tasks including spinning and baking bread are on display. She was briefed on the sulfur water bath and also on the many beneficial use of sulfur water.
Syria, Environment, 12/8/2003
Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak inaugurates International Children Book Fair
Mrs. Mubarak asserted that her call for "Reading for All" which continued for more than twelve years has contributed in directing the society towards knowledge and to consider the book as one of the basis for the enlightened society.
Egypt, Local, 12/8/2003
Syrian Greek educational agreement
Syria-Greece, Education, 12/8/2003
Iraq: A breaking in operation in Baqouba, Saddam leads resistance operations
One American soldier was killed and other two wounded in an explosion targeting an American vehicle in Musil in the north of Iraq. An American military spokesman said that the killed soldier is from the airborne contingent 101.
Iraq, Military, 12/8/2003
Israel invades Jenin
Palestinian sources said the Palestinian factions agreed to the reciprocal end of all acts of violence against Palestinian and Israeli civilians.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 12/8/2003
Lebanon launches vast campaign against drug trafficking
The Lebanese army launched a vast campaign in East Lebanon area; where the Syrian army is deployed after workers in the cultivation and trafficking of drugs.
Lebanon, Local, 12/8/2003
Damascus Film Festival opens
The 13th Damascus International Film Festival was opened on Saturday by screening the Venice Golden Palm award winning film "The Return." The festival which was held under the title " Damascus embraces the world" will show about 450 films from all over the world, from Japan to the United States and Europe.
Syria, Local, 12/8/2003
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