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Developments in Falluja, the question of hostages
The Japanese deputy foreign minister yesterday announced in Amman that he cannot confirm the killing of the Japanese hostage in Iraq, Shusi Koda, and the body found by the American forces will be examined.
Iraq, Military, 10/30/2004
Clashes in al-Ramadi, two Iraqi police men killed, American wounded
Two Iraqi police men were killed and other six injured including two American soldiers in clashes in al-Ramadi to the west of Iraq on Friday evening. Witnesses said that these clashes erupted in the west quarters of the city which have been witnessing an escalation as two persons were killed and 8 injured, three of them were American marines on Thursday.
Iraq, Military, 10/30/2004
Belgian court hands 3 Moroccans 5 years in jail for intl. terror links
A Belgian court handed down Friday 5-year jail terms against 5 individuals, including 3 Moroccans, for links with international terrorism.
Morocco, Local, 10/30/2004
The 50th anniversary of the one million martyrs revolution: Algeria
On November 1st, 1954, Algeria was shaken by 60 explosions or attacks that resulted in killing 10 persons, but few people realized then that France has entered a new war in this Arab state.
Algeria, History, 10/29/2004
Polish hostage, 11 Iraqi police men executed in Iraq
One Polish woman has joined the group of other foreigners kidnapped in Iraq after a video tape broadcast by al-Jazeera TV showed an armed group while detaining what it called one Polish woman working for the American forces, calling for releasing her and the pull out of all Polish forces from Iraq.
Iraq, Local, 10/29/2004
Two American soldiers killed in Iraq
Two American soldiers were killed and other three injured in two separate attacks. One in an explosion in southern Baghdad and the second in Balad town to the north of the capital.
Iraq-USA, Military, 10/29/2004
Palestinian child killed on her way to school; Gaza: one Israeli was killed 6 injured
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/29/2004
Al-Assad received American Church Delegation
Syria-USA, Local, 10/29/2004
One Iraqi diplomat killed, Tokyo forms a crisis cell
The Japanese prime minister refused to withdraw his forces deployed in Iraq in response to demands by al-Jihad al-Qaida group in Mesopotamia ( former al-Tawhid Wal Jihad) group for releasing one Japanese hostage it holds. But Tokyo announced the formation of a crisis cell with the aim of dealing with this issue.
Iraq, Local, 10/28/2004
Three Iraqis were killed in Falluja, London studies hostage's request
The American army killed three persons today at dawn in a raid launched by its warplanes against al-Golan quarters in Falluja to the west of Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 10/28/2004
Al-Zarqawi group kidnaps one Japanese
The organization of "Qaida al-Jihad in the Mesopotamia" which is led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi said it had kidnapped one member of the Japanese forces in Iraq and threatened to execute him if Tokyo will not withdraw its forces from Iraq within 48 hours.
Iraq, Local, 10/27/2004
Three killed in Baqouba, American forces prepare to invade Falluja
It seems that the American forces are preparing for an expanded military operation against Falluja city to the west of Baghdad as they reinforced positions around the city after the renewed air raids on Tuesday morning. The American soldiers backed by tanks and armored vehicles closed the main road of Falluja and war planes flew in the skies of the city.
Iraq, Military, 10/27/2004
Satellite monitoring of Syrian Balshon Bird's Immigration
The International Bird Life Organization for Protecting Birds continued monitoring the Balchon birds ( Abu Minjal) that were recently discovered in Maayouf Mount in the central eastern Syrian Palmyra ( Badia ) area.
Syria, Local, 10/27/2004
An abundant archeological excavations year in Syria
Syria is famous for its archeological sites that amount to 4,000. This number is increasing due to efforts by more than 120 archeological national and foreign teams working in Syria. Archeological excavations had unearthed important ruins that date back to old ages, a matter that confirms Syria's rich historical, human and civilization heritage.
Syria, Local, 10/27/2004
Medium Stone Age human remains unearthed in Central Atlas Mountains
A graveyard that comprises several different kinds of tombs and that could go back to prehistory times was discovered in the Azrou region, in the Atlas Mountains, North-Central Morocco, said a communiqu of the Moroccan Institute for Archaeology and Heritage (INSAP).
Morocco, Local, 10/27/2004
One American soldier, several Iraqis killed in different explosions
An attack by explosives targeted part of an internal oil pipeline to the south west of Karkouk in north Iraq. Iraqi sources stressed continued Iraqi oil exports after firemen were able to control the fire in the pipeline which provides Beji refinery with oil
Iraq, Military, 10/26/2004
Number of Palestinians killed in Khan Younis tolled 16
Two Palestinians were killed by the bullets of the Israeli occupation soldiers to the south of Gaza and thereby the number of Palestinians killed during the few past hours reached 16, at a time when the Israeli parliament ( Knesset) held a meeting on Monday to discuss the withdrawal plan from Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/26/2004
Syrian chanter of Sufi songs tours the US
A Syrian Sufi and Andalusia songs chanter would soon tour the United States of America to recite this kind of religious and spiritual music Syria is famous of after he wrapped up a tour in Spain, Tishrin daily on Monday said.
Syria-USA, Local, 10/26/2004
Pope Shenouda highlights national unity during meeting with US delegation
Egypt-USA, Religion, 10/26/2004
Marrakech Film Festival (FIFM) to be held on December 6 through 12
The jury will be presided by director Sir Alan Parker, while the FIFM has up to date nominated for honours cineastes Claudia Cardinale (Italy), Sean Connery (Scotland) and Youssef Chahine (Egypt). The festival will also show several other films, including a score of Moroccan movies made the four past years. Indian cinema will be given special honour and some 10 movies made during the past 40 years are featured.
Morocco, Local, 10/26/2004
American diplomat killed in Baghdad, six Iraqis in Falluja
One American diplomat was killed in a mortar shelling attackthat targeted Victory Camp near the International Airport of Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 10/25/2004
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