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More Iraqis killed in Baghdad's booby trapped car explosion
The Iraqi police and medical sources stressed in a new outcome that some 14 Iraqis were killed at least and other 40 injured in a booby trapped car explosion which targeted a Shiite mosque to the south west of Baghdad earlier in the day.
Iraq, Military, 1/22/2005
American soldier killed in Iraq
In a statement on Friday, the American army announced that one of its soldiers was killed and another was slightly injured in a raid launched against gunmen in al-Dalou'eya area to the north of Baghdad.
Iraq-USA, Military, 1/22/2005
King Mohammed VI performs Eid Al Adha prayers in Ahl Fes Mosque of Rabat
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, Amir Al-Muminine (commander of the faithful), accompanied by Prince Moulay Rachid and Prince Moulay Ismail, performed on Friday morning in Ahl Fes Mosque of Rabat, prayers marking Id Al Adha, celebrating the Moslem feast of the ram sacrifice.
Morocco, Religion, 1/22/2005
Moroccan King urges for a tolerant Islam
King Mohammed VI of Morocco has urged for a tolerant Islam that bans all forms of fanaticism, extremism and terrorism.
Morocco-Regional, Religion, 1/21/2005
More attacks in Samera
In a new outcome for the military operations which has been witnessing notable increase with the approaching date of the general elections due on January 30th, the Iraqi police announced the killing of seven persons including 6 Iraqi soldiers in three attacks in Samera city.
Iraq, Military, 1/21/2005
Al-Zarqawi claims Israel, Jordan's participation in Falluja attack
Leader of "al-Jihad organization in Bilad al-Rafeydeen (Mesopotamia)" said that some 800 Israeli and Jordanian soldiers took part in the military campaign launched by the American forces against Falluja city in November.
Iraq-Israel, Military, 1/21/2005
One American clergy was stabbed in Algiers
An unidentified man stabbed a American Christian clergy in the downtown of Algiers, while the security forces started plenary investigations to know the implications of the incident.
Algeria-USA, Local, 1/21/2005
Group kill 2 westerners
Iraq, Local, 1/21/2005
Eight Chinese were kidnapped in Iraq; Georges released
a Church source in Baghdad announced the release of senior Catholic archbishop in the city Rev. Bassel Georges, 24 hours after his kidnapping. A spokesman for the Vatican said that the release operation was made without paying a ransom.
Iraq-China, Local, 1/19/2005
Eight Israelis killed, injured in an operation in Gaza, alleged by al-Qassam groups
One Palestinian carried out an attack operation while he was being inspected by the Israeli soldiers at the crossroad of al-Matahin near the complex of Ghosh Katif settlement to the south of Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 1/19/2005
Illegal weapons found in Kuwait
The Kuwaiti police have seized amounts of mortars and ammunition in one of the quarters of the Kuwaiti capital Kuwait on Tuesday, several days after two bloody attacks between the security forces and armed Islamists took place.
Kuwait, Local, 1/19/2005
Morocco arrests over 750 candidates to illegal migration in nine days
The Moroccan authorities have arrested, between January 5 and 13, 755 candidates to illegal emigration in various Moroccan regions, a source at the interior ministry revealed.
Morocco, Local, 1/19/2005
Syrian cabinet discusses ways to market Golan's apple
Syria, Local, 1/19/2005
Visitors influx into a Syrian Archeological Expo In France
Syria-France, Local, 1/19/2005
Two Million Muslim pilgrims ascend to Mona on Tuesday
Amid intensive security measures, some two million Muslim pilgrims in al-Haj rituals will head on Tuesday to Mona in completion of these rituals which they had started in Mecca.
Saudi Arabia-Regional, Religion, 1/18/2005
Kidnapping of chief archbishop in Musil
Unidentified gunmen kidnapped chief archbishop of the Catholic church in Musil city to the north of Iraq. A spokesman for the Vatican considered the kidnapping of Rev. Bassel Georges Kasmousi as a terrorist act.
Iraq, Local, 1/18/2005
Two American marines killed in Iraq
A statement by the American army said on Tuesday that two marines were killed during confrontations with gunmen in al-Anbar governorate which includes al-Ramadai and Falluja. The statement said the two soldiers were killed on Tuesday at dawn but gave no details about their killing.
Iraq, Military, 1/18/2005
Some 500,000 beggars in Morocco, survey
Some 500,000 persons are practicing beggary in Morocco in a permanent or occasional manner, says a survey on beggary among children aged below 12 in the region of Rabat.
Morocco, Culture, 1/18/2005
Kuwait accuses an organized group; Riyadh arrests one suspect
A spokesman for the Saudi ministry of the interior said that the Saudi security forces detained last week a Saudi suspect at a border point with Kuwait and he is been investigated over being involved in Houli clashes to the south of the capital.
Saudi Arabia-Kuwait, Local, 1/18/2005
More acts of detentions in Kuwait
The Kuwaiti minister of the interior Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad said that the Kuwaiti security forces detained 15 suspects including Saudis following the recent clashes in Houli and Um al-Heiman areas in Kuwait.
Kuwait, Local, 1/18/2005
Israel bombards Shebaa farms following an attack by Hizbullah
Fighters of the Lebanese Hizbullah party detonated one explosive in an Israeli military bulldozer in the occupied Shebaa farms.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 1/18/2005
'Knowledge for knowledge sake' lectures delivered in several Moroccan universities
"Knowledge for knowledge sake" is the main goals of lectures and meetings of the popular universities started on Saturday in several university institutions throughout Morocco.
Morocco, Education, 1/18/2005
Nazif opens Um el Masryeen - Muneeb underground metro
Prime Minister Dr Ahmed Nazif yesterday inaugurated the fifth phase of Line 2 of the Greater Cairo underground metro. The fifth phase links Um El Masryeen to El Muneeb in Giza.
Egypt, Local, 1/18/2005
33 persons killed in clashes in Somalia
Some 33 persons were at least killed in two separate clashes between warring tribal militias and competing gangs to the north and center of Somalia.
Somalia, Local, 1/18/2005
Morocco's Bidouane bows out from Athletics
Former double world 400m hurdles champion, 35-year old Nezha Bidouane, announced on Sunday she retires from athletics after 15 years of competition.
Morocco, Sports, 1/18/2005
Syrian- Lebanese cooperation to build natural reserves
Syria-Lebanon, Environment, 1/18/2005
Morocco's Ben Ramdane wins international marathon of Marrakech:
Morocco, Sports, 1/18/2005
70 million illiterates in the Arab states
The Arab League Education, Cultural and Scientific Organization ALECSO said that the number of illiterates in the Arab states will reach 70 million among people of age group over 15 year old constituting a rate of 35.6 percent of the population.
Regional, Education, 1/17/2005
Unidentified group claims responsibility for Um al-Heiman clash in Kuwait
An unidentified Islamic group claimed responsibility for Um al-Heiman clash which took place on Saturday between the Kuwaiti security forces and an armed group.
Kuwait, Local, 1/17/2005
Attacks in Musil, demonstrations in Baghdad
The American forces launched various attacks in Musil city to the north of Iraq that resulted in detaining 11 persons suspected to be members of the armed groups, who stand against the foreign presence in Iraq.
Iraq, Military, 1/17/2005
Two Palestinians killed by Israeli shelling to the south of Gaza
One Palestinian woman was killed with her son and other 3 were injured after an Israeli tank bombarded houses in Khan Younis camp, thereby the number of Palestinians killed increased to ten and the wounded to 28 as a result of the Israeli military escalations in Gaza during the two past days.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 1/17/2005
Syria urges UNESCO to protect archeological sites on Golan
Syria on Sunday asked the United Nations Social Education and Culture Organization UNESCO to protect Syrian archeological sites on Golan Heights under the Israeli occupation.
Syria, Local, 1/17/2005
The first Kuwaiti detained in Guantanamu arrives back home
The first detainee among a group of 12 Kuwaitis arrived on Saturday evening in Kuwait after three years he had spent in the American detention camp of Guantanamu.
Kuwait, Local, 1/17/2005
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