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Israeli warplanes violate the Lebanese airspace
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 5/29/2004
Lebanon detaines 131 persons on the background of the fuel clashes
Lebanese judicial sources said that number of detainees in the demonstrations of protest over increasing fuel prices reached 131 persons while five were killed in the confrontations.
Lebanon, Local, 5/29/2004
Syrian antique returned back from Britain
Syria-UK, Local, 5/29/2004
Amir of Qatar calls for purifying relations between Muslims, Christians
The Amir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa al-Thani called for eliminating impediments of relations between Muslims and Christians.
Regional-Qatar, Religion, 5/28/2004
Lebanese ministry of Labor is burnt; Lahoud calls for investigations
Lebanese demonstrators protesting over fuel price increase set fire in the building of the Ministry of Labor which is situated in al-Shayah area in the southern suburb of Beirut.
Lebanon, Local, 5/28/2004
One ton of Hashish seized in Northeastern Morocco
One ton of Chira (cannabis resin) was seized on Wednesday in two operations conducted by the anti-drugs squad in localities close to the Northeastern city of Nador.
Morocco, Local, 5/28/2004
Two Russians and several Iraqis were killed in Baqouba and Baghdad
Two Russian technicians working in Iraq were killed and other five wounded in an armed attack against a bus carrying them yesterday morning. The spokesman for the Russian foreign ministry said that two Iraqis were killed in the attack which targeted a car for "Inter Energo Service" company which works in the field of energy.
Iraq, Military, 5/27/2004
Drug lord sentenced to 20 years in jail, $374 million fine
The Court of Appeal of Tetouan (Northern Morocco) on Wednesday sentenced drug lord, Mounir Erremach to 20 years in jail and a 3.37 billion DH (US$ 374 million) fine, in what the press described as one of the biggest trials in history of drug trafficking in the Kingdom.
Morocco, Judicial, 5/27/2004
Syria- Lebanese army cooperation
Syria-Lebanon, Military, 5/27/2004
Al-Azhar Grand Imam, Pope Shenouda leave for Doha
Egypt-Qatar, Religion, 5/27/2004
King calls for a national plan to improve child's condition
King Mohammed VI of Morocco has called for a national plan to improve the conditions of children in the Kingdom, saying he was "keen to see to it that children be provided with a democratic education."
Morocco, Culture, 5/26/2004
Saudi Arabia detains three over links to an attack on security forces
Saudi Arabia's security sources announced that three persons were detained and one car was seized used in an attack against the security forces in Breida city to the center of the country last week.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 5/26/2004
Escalation in Najaf, exchanged accusations over bombardment of Imam Ali Shrine
Violent clashes between the fighters of al-Mahdi army and the American occupation forces witnessed an escalation in Najaf after Imam Ali Shrine was exposed to a bombardment by a mortar shelling resulted in wounding 10 Iraqis and great damages in one of the tomb gold- plated doors.
Iraq, Military, 5/26/2004
One occupation vehicle is destroyed, Two Israeli soldiers wounded in Gaza
News reports in Palestine said that one explosive went off near an Israeli military vehicle while running near al-Qarrara town on the Palestinian side of Kisovim crossing to the north of Gaza. The report indicated that no casualties were reported in the lines of the soldiers. No casualties were reported among the soldiers.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 5/26/2004
Roland Garros: Morocco's Hicham Arazi rolled out in first round
Morocco, Sports, 5/26/2004
18.8 million foreigners in Saudi Arabia; booby trapped car in Riyadh
News reports quoted Saudi Arabia's security forces as saying that the security forces found yesterday a booby trapped jeep car in Breida city to the north of Riyadh. This was after they received information of suspected persons in the area, denying an armed clash to have had happened.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 5/25/2004
Algerian paper: Hassan Hattan is still alive
The Algerian "Sawt al-Ahrar " said according to a security source that the founder of al-Salafeyah group for call and fighting Hassan Hattab is still alive in contrary to what was confirmed by " L expression" on May 11th that Hattab was executed " by the end of the Summer of 2003 at the orders of his Aides, mainly the second man in the group Ammar al-Sayefi better known as al-Bara " the parachutist " and his succession for heading the group Nabil Sahrwai, better known as Ibrahim Musstafa.
Algeria, Local, 5/25/2004
Marrakech hotel obtains International tourism federation's top award
Morocco, Local, 5/25/2004
Grand Prix Hassan II final: Ventura triumphs over top seed Hrbaty
Morocco, Sports, 5/25/2004
One German killed in a fire shooting in Riyadh
One German was killed in an attack by bullets to the east of the Saudi Arabian capital in Riyadh yesterday.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 5/24/2004
Court acquits two men of terrorism charges
The court of appeal of Rabat cleared on Friday, Mustapha Lotfi and Moulay Abdallah Farajani, of terrorism charges.
Morocco, Local, 5/24/2004
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