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Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak leads Egypt's delegation to Arab Women Forum in Beirut
Egypt-Lebanon, Local, 3/6/2004
Massive fish death in Sebou river due to lack of oxygen
The massive death of fish in Sebou, one of Morocco's major rivers, which was reported lately, is due to the lack of oxygen and high concentration of phytoplankton, studies conducted by the national sea research institute (INRH) revealed.
Morocco, Environment, 3/6/2004
Sanaa hands over Cairo Egyptian extremists
Yemen has handed over 6 Egyptians suspected to be extremists, including the former leader of al-Islam group, Sayed Imam al-Sharif,
Yemen-Egypt, Local, 3/6/2004
Large Swarms of Locusts Move from Mauritania to Morocco
Large swarms of locusts have been reported moving from Mauritania northward to Morocco, driven by strong south-west winds and some sparse individuals of the pest have been reported last February 19 in the north of the High Atlas, in El Jadida, Safi and Essaouira.
Morocco, Local, 3/6/2004
Occupation forces admit assassination of three Hamas members; Palestinian resistance confronts Israeli incursion in Jenin
News reports in Jenin said that armed conflicts are taking place since early morning today in Jenin camp between Palestinian fighters from al-Aqsa martyrs groups and units of the Israeli occupation forces which incurred in the camp for the second running day.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/4/2004
Washington accuses al-Zarqawi of Karbala and Baghdad explosions
News reports quoted the commander of the American central leadership John Abizaid as saying that Washington owns clear intelligence information that show that there is a connection between Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, suspected to have links with al-Qaida, and the explosions in Karbala and Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 3/4/2004
Visually impaired get phone operators training
Morocco, Local, 3/4/2004
Construction rate in the Israeli settlements increases; Quartet support withdrawal from Gaza in coordination with the Palestinians
The American ambassador in Israel, Daniel Kurtzer, announced on Tuesday that Washington has not taken a decision yet on the Israeli unilateral separation plan with the Palestinians, while other members in the Quartet committee consider that any Israeli withdrawal should be made in coordination with the Palestinians.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/3/2004
Kuwait abrogates visas for 30 non- Arab nationalities
the Kuwaiti government has cancelled prior entry visas to the country for more than 30 nationalities but included no Arab one.
Kuwait, Local, 3/3/2004
New 4.4 tremor reported in northeastern Morocco
Morocco, Local, 3/3/2004
King puts quake-orphans under state care
Morocco's King Mohammed VI of Morocco has granted the status of "Orphans in State Care" to all children who lost their parents in last Tuesday's earthquake in Al Hoceima province, an initiative deemed "unique" by adviser to the King, Zoulikha Nasri.
Morocco, Local, 3/2/2004
Israeli forces incur in Gaza, detain five Palestinians in the West bank
The Israeli occupation forces yesterday detained nine Palestinians during breaking in operations in several cities and villages of the West Bank on Sunday evening. Among the detainees, according to one Israeli military spokesman- were three activists in the al-Aqsa group of the Palestinian national liberation Movement ( Fatah ) and activists in the Islamic resistance movement ( Hamas).
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/2/2004
Syrian Red Crescent for boosting relations with ICRC
Syria, Local, 3/2/2004
Morocco wins African rugby championship
Morocco, Sports, 3/2/2004
Red Crescent official arrested for embezzlement of aid to quake-stricken populations
Morocco, Local, 3/2/2004
French embassy in Yemen raises protection level
The French embassy in Sanaa decided to raise security protection level for its building and for all the French interests in Yemen because of security fears.
Yemen-France, Local, 3/2/2004
News on scores of victims in clashes; Egypt escalates attack against Awlad Hanafi Empire
Clashes erupted between the Egyptian security forces and the gunmen in al-Nakheila village in Upper Egypt, erupted, as unconfirmed news reports talked about the killing of scores of persons in the attack launched by the police forces against those which it described as "criminal members of drug traffickers and weapons traders.
Egypt, Local, 3/1/2004
The UN calls for providing aid to Somalia
The UN has advocated a relief appeal for projects in Soel Hill in Northern Somalia. It explained in a statement on Saturday that it is in need of 11 million dollars to provide urgent aid to some 200,00 shepherds who are facing the drought which strongly affected the cattle.
Somalia-UN, Local, 3/1/2004
One Palestinian killed; demonstrations in West Bank against the wall
Inhabitants of the villages damaged by the Israeli separation wall in the West Bank organized marches of demonstrations against building of this wall, which will lead to the isolation of three villages totally in the area from other Palestinian cities and lands. This wall will also lead to single out certain Palestinian houses and agricultural lands owned by citizens of these villages.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/1/2004
Syrian official source on drug fighting case
Officers of the Syria Drug-Fighting Directorate arrested a Brazilian woman, Lijia Lukilia Sivero, carrying around 19 Kilos of cocaine drug as she was trying to smuggle them to Syria via Damascus International Airport and then to Lebanon, their final destination, an official source at the Interior Ministry said Sunday.
Syria, Local, 3/1/2004
Two military men killed in Algeria
Two Algerian military men were killed last Friday at the hands of an armed group in Boukerdan town, situated 40 Km from the capital Algiers, according to the Algerian dailies.
Algeria, Local, 3/1/2004
Authorities call quake-stricken population to facilitate supplies, aid continuee to pour in the region
Moroccan authorities have called on the quake-stricken populations in the province of Al Hoceima to "facilitate" the distribution of humanitarian aid supplies to the victims of Tuesday's earthquake while national and international assistance continue to pour in the region.
Morocco, Local, 3/1/2004
Egypt's population scores 70.548 million
Egypt, Local, 3/1/2004
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