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One third of Tunisia's youth follows up higher education
The Tunisian president Zine al-Abdidin Ben Ali announced preparation of a strategic study on the main trends for the development of the country's need to intermediate and higher qualifications during the current and next decades.
Tunisia, Education, 7/17/2004
Egyptian religious leaders sign agreement on Islamic-Christian dialogue
The Grand Sheikh of Al-Azhar Mohamed Sayed Tantawi and Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark Diocese presided yesterday on the signing of an agreement on Muslim-Christian dialogue.
Regional-Egypt, Religion, 7/17/2004
Damascus: Presidential Amnesty
Syria, Local, 7/17/2004
World Junior Championships: Morocco's Iguider wins gold medal
Morocco, Sports, 7/17/2004
Hassoun returns back to the USA
Iraq-USA, Local, 7/16/2004
UNICEF: Morocco, a model in child protection in the region
Director general of the United Nations for Children- UNICEF in the Middle-East and North-Africa said "Morocco is a model in child protection in the region."
Morocco, Culture, 7/15/2004
Morocco launches first survey on handicapped
A national survey aiming at improving conditions of handicapped in Morocco has been launched recently, announced on Tuesday the Family, Social Action and Solidarity department.
Morocco, Culture, 7/15/2004
Syria approves French plan to modernize its finances
Syrian and French finance officials on Tuesday discussed a French report prepared by specialized French advisors to modernize and develop the Ministry of Finance in fields of taxes, customs and banking.
Syria-France, Local, 7/14/2004
Yemeni parliamentarian: 3500 smuggled children were restored back in 2003
The Yemeni parliamentarian Mansour al-Zandani said that the phenomenon of smuggling Yemeni children to Saudi Arabia and other countries has become a dominant issue at the level of the Yemeni public and also the parliament and the government in Yemen, alike.
Yemen, Local, 7/14/2004
Occupation forces assassinate an activist in Jenin and Arab move against the wall
News reports in Jenin said that Israeli special units assassinated Nu'man Taheynah, one of the main leaders of the Islamic Jihad movement in Palestine. Israel accuses Taheynah -- who has been chased by the Israeli forces since the first Intifada -- that he is the master mind for several operations carried out by al-Quds groups.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 7/14/2004
Tangier to host first international Art and Music Festival
Tangier will host the first edition of the Music and Arts festival from July 23 to August 15.
Morocco, Local, 7/14/2004
Ten million Arab children do not go to school, speaker
Speaker of the Moroccan House of Representatives, Abdelouahed Radi, deplored Monday, that "10 million Arab children do not go to school."
Regional, Education, 7/13/2004
Syrian- Iranian information technology cooperation
Syria's Minister of Communication and Technology Mohammed Bashir al-Munajed on Monday described the Syrian-Iranian relations as firm and strong.
Syria-Iran, Local, 7/13/2004
The end of three weeks of sufferings in the sea
The sufferings of 37 Sudanese ended following three weeks of Italian rejection to permit them to land on the coasts of Cecile after their ship crashed and were rescued by a German rescue ship. The Italian government only backtracked its position after pressures from the UN and the Vatican..
Sudan-Italy, Local, 7/13/2004
Arab Thai-boxing Championship: Morocco wins four medals
Regional, Sports, 7/13/2004
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