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Attack against American base in Karkouk
The source which asked to be anonymous said that "unidentified gunmen detonated al-Rasoul ( the prophet) mosque and Huseinieh. The source explained that the gunmen planted explosives around the mosque and this resulted in the collapse of large part of the building and the burning of all its content.
Iraq, Military, 9/10/2005
Nazif to inaugurate 10th Euromoney Conference
Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif is to inaugurate the Euromoney Conference to be held in Cairo Monday, September 12, under the rubric "shaping Egypt's Strategy till 2015."
Egypt, Local, 9/10/2005
Hatshepsut visits three US states
An exhibition for Egyptian artifacts will be staged in three American states as of mid-October for three months under the title "Hatshepsut the Queen and Pharaoh."
Egypt-USA, Local, 9/10/2005
Bomb dismantled in Basra, US bombing in west Iraq
The Iraqi police said that it had dismantled a booby trapped car in Basra city, south of the country, on Thursday at dawn, which was placed near a position where another car blew up on Wednesday and claimed the life of 16 persons and injuring of other 21 in front of one restaurant visited often by Iraqi policemen.
Iraq, Military, 9/9/2005
Agha Khan Institution loan for Healthy Villages project
Syria, Local, 9/9/2005
Syrian anti-terror units raid hideout
Syria, Local, 9/9/2005
Egypt, Cyprus sign MOU in communication, IT fields
Egypt-Cyprus, Local, 9/9/2005
Continued killing in Iraq
According to the same source, Hadi Omran, the director general at the defense ministry, was killed and his driver was injured when they were attacked by gunmen in al-Doura area south of Baghdad. Other 7 Iraqi civilians were injured by a booby trapped car explosion targeting a vehicle for the American forces in Karradah area.
Iraq, Military, 9/8/2005
Four US guards killed in bomb explosion in Basra
Four American security guards were killed in a bomb explosion while they were escorting American diplomats in Basra city, south Iraq, which is controlled by the British forces.
Iraq, Military, 9/8/2005
Russian president grants Syrian expatriate friendship medal
President Vladimir Putin of Russia granted the Syrian expatriate and Deputy Prime Minister of Chechen Republic, Ziyad Sabsabi, the First-Class Friendship Medal in appreciation for his efforts in boosting Russian relations with Syria and with the Arab region.
Syria-Russia, Local, 9/8/2005
Damascus forum on religion and ideology
Participants in the 'Forum on Religion and Ideology', held at the John the Damascene Monastery in Damascus, underscored importance of democratic dialogue and the national unity among all members of the society.
Syria, Religion, 9/8/2005
Nazif opens renovation project of Ibn Tulun mosque
Egypt's Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif on Monday night opened the Ibn Tulun Mosque together with Minister of Culture Farouk Hosni following a four-year long renovation project at a cost of LE 12 million.
Egypt, Local, 9/8/2005
Mubarak orders military airlift to Americans stricken by Hurricane Katrina
Egypt-USA, Local, 9/8/2005
Nine killed, Saudi security break into house for gunmen
The Saudi security forces broke into the house where wanted gunmen were hiding following violent clashes and a siege that lasted for three days in al-Hamra quarters in Mubaraka area in Dammam city,in the east of the Kingdom.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 9/7/2005
7 gunmen killed in attack on mosque in Iraq
Confrontations in the city resulted, according to American military statements, in killing 13 gunmen, seven of them killed in shelling dropped by a helicopter at a mosque there, but medical sources talked about the killing of 8 civilians including five children in these confrontations
Iraq, Military, 9/7/2005
WHO-Spacetoon agreement on health awarness for Children
In the presence of Syri'a First Lady, Asmaa al-Assad, a cooperation agreement between the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Damascus-based Spacetoon TV Satellite Channel was signed on Tuesday at the WHO office on broadcasting TV massages and health programs for children and youth in the Middle East.
Syria, Education, 9/7/2005
Flying Hospital in Libya to train doctors
Libya, Health, 9/7/2005
Saudi security besiege wanted persons in Dammam
Saudi Arabian security sources said that the security forces continued besieging a site where wanted gunmen are hiding in al-Hamra quarters in Dammam city in the eastern region of the country which overlooks the Gulf.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 9/6/2005
Al-Qaida kills two British soldiers in Iraq
gunmen in Baghdad attacked the headquarters of the ministry of the interior and this resulted in killing two policemen and injuring other five
Iraq-UK, Military, 9/6/2005
On Tel-Afer clashes in Iraq
The American army announced that it killed 13 gunmen in clashes with gunmen Sunday evening in Tel-Afer, west of Musil, near the Syrian border.
Iraq, Military, 9/6/2005
Information Technology Conference focus on access to rural areas
The Sham 3rd International Conference on Information Technology continued events on the second day of deliberations on Monday with a set of lectures and presentations by experts from Arab and foreign countries.
Syria, Local, 9/6/2005
Ukrainian unit in UN Lebanon force to be replaced in financial misconduct probe
An investigation has shown significant financial misconduct by the Ukrainian military unit in the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), including the commanding officer, and they are to be replaced
Lebanon-UN, Local, 9/6/2005
Al-Jazeera: Scores killed in theatre fire in Egypt
Scores of Egyptians were killed or injured in a fire that erupted during a theatrical performance in a cultural center in Bani Sweif city, in the center of Egypt.
Egypt, Local, 9/6/2005
American consulate in Zahran closed down
Due to the continued confrontations in Saudi Arabia between the security men and gunmen, the American embassy in Saudi Arabia announced the temporarily closure of its consulate in Zahran, adjoining Dammam area, where there have been security clashes with gunmen.
Saudi Arabia-USA, Local, 9/6/2005
Family and child welfare are of concern to government
Syria-UN, Local, 9/6/2005
Religious tolerance promoted in Syria
Syria's Grand Mufti Sheikh Ahmad Hassoun said that Aleppo witnesses a unique coexistence and tolerance among different Islamic and Christian sects, adding that citizens in the city have lived within this atmosphere throughout history.
Syria, Religion, 9/5/2005
Fightings in Tel-Afer, Iraq
The American and Iraqi forces called on the civilians in the outskirts of Tel-Afer, west of Musil, to leave their houses in precaution to a major military operation in the city, at a time when fighting continued and the number of victims was not known.
Iraq, Military, 9/5/2005
Syrian anti-terror forces kill five terrorists
Syrian anti-terror forces raided a hideout of a terrorist group belonging to a terrorist organization called "Jund al-Sham" in Hama, northwest Syria, yesterday evening, an official source at the interior ministry announced Saturday.
Syria, Local, 9/5/2005
Saudi security clash with armed men
A confrontation took place on Sunday between gunmen and the Saudi security forces in al-Dammam city, Saudi Arabia, which is situated in the eastern area overlooks the Gulf, resulted in killing one gunman and wounding another.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 9/5/2005
Bright star 2005 maneouvers start
Bright Star 2005 manoeuvres kicked off with the participation of 12 countries, chief of the Egyptian armed forces training authority Maj. Gen. Ahmed Mokhtar said Sunday.
Egypt-USA, Military, 9/5/2005
Al-Assad cables condolences to US peer on Katrina hurricane victims
Syria-USA, Local, 9/5/2005
Kings of Jordan, Saudi Arabia meet on developments
Saudi Arabia-Jordan, Political Meeting, 9/5/2005
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