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Three Iraqis, four American soldiers killed in Iraq
The US army announced on Friday that four of its soldiers were killed on Friday in two separate attacks in al-Anbar governorate, west Iraq.
Iraq, Military, 10/22/2005
Syria: detention of terrorist network: confessions of members
The Syrian TV announced on Friday that the Syrian security forces detained a network of terrorists intending to carry out terrorist attacks against Syria.
Syria, Local, 10/22/2005
15 Iraqis, 5 American soldiers killed, secretary of the journalists' Union killed
the Falluja municipality chief Dari al-Orsan said that the American army re-detained one woman named Sarah al-Jumeili, known not the reason behind this detention. Al-Orsan added that the city started a general strike in protest of the detention operation of the woman.
Iraq, Military, 10/21/2005
Kidnapped Irish journalist in Iraq, released
A high ranking source at the Iraqi ministry of interior announced the release of the correspondent of the British "the Guardian daily," the Irish Rory Carroll who was kidnapped in Baghdad on Wednesday.
Iraq, Local, 10/21/2005
Syrian doctor wins best inventor prize for 2005
The Syrian resident doctor in Sweden, Hassan Abu Qansoul, on Thursday has won best inventor prize for the year 2005 in the medical field in Sweden over 250 other nominees.
Syria-Sweden, Local, 10/21/2005
Some 26 Iraqis killed, Abbasid Khaleifa monument destroyed
unidentified men destroyed a monument for the Abbasid Khaleifa Abu Jafar al-Mansour, the founder of Baghdad, in the downtown of the capital Baghdad. A source asked not to be identified said that unidentified men placed explosive at the base of the sculpture which is two meter-length and destroyed it completely
Iraq, Military, 10/20/2005
Dardari meets students about economic change
Syria's Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Abdullah al-Dardari stressed that improving the Syrian education system in Syria is one of the most important standards of human development and priorities in the 10th 5-year plan.
Syria, Education, 10/20/2005
20 killed in violence in Algeria within 2 days
Press reports said that 20 persons were killed in Algeria during the two past days, Monday and Tuesday in clashes between the security forces and what are considered to be armed Islamists
Algeria, Local, 10/20/2005
Egyptian poet to head Arabic language academy
The Arabic Language Academy located in Egypt has chosen on Tuesday the Egyptian poet Farouq Shousha to be the new Secretary General of the Academy succeeding Kamal Beshr.
Egypt-Regional, Local, 10/20/2005
Egyptian rheumatoid medicine
Egypt, Science, 10/20/2005
British journalist kidnapped in Iraq
Iraq-UK, Local, 10/20/2005
Al-Assad talks on Syria's measures to face pressures
Syria, Political Meeting, 10/19/2005
Argentinean state specifies a date for Arab heritage
Regional-Argentina, Culture, 10/19/2005
7 Iraqis, two American soldiers killed in Iraq
The US army said that its operations in west Iraq ended by the killing 18 rebels. Earlier the American army announced the killing of four gunmen but it is not known if the new calculation include them.
Iraq, Military, 10/19/2005
Documentation of the Crac Des Chevaliers castle
Syria, Local, 10/19/2005
Continued American raids in Iraq, 70 gunmen killed
The US army announced in a statement that some 70 gunmen were killed in a series of clashes and air raids two days before near Ramadi city in Anbar governorate, west of Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Military, 10/18/2005
Two ships collide in Suez Canal killing two, injuring 30
News reports in Cairo said that two Egyptians were killed and other 30 injured following a collision on Monday evening between one Egyptian ship carrying Egyptian ( Minor Omra) pilgrims coming from Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and a Cypriot container ship at the entrance of the Suez Gulf.
Egypt, Local, 10/18/2005
New archeological finds in Syria
Member of the Executive Committee and in charge of the Tourism and Ruins Department in Hasaka, Subhi al-Hilou, said the American team unearthed a very ancient seal and stamp dating back to the 3rd millennium B.C.
Syria, Local, 10/18/2005
Six American soldiers killed in Iraq
the British defense office announced that a high ranking investigator in the British army was found dead in a British base in Basra, south Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Military, 10/17/2005
Three Israeli settlers killed in the West Bank by al-Aqsa group
Three Israeli settlers were killed and other four other injured in an attack carried out by Palestinian gunmen near Ghoushe Asyoun settlement in the West Bank
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/17/2005
Cairo hosts world gathering on dialogue among divine religions
The Grand Sheikh of Al Azhar, Mohamad Sayed Tantawi, Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark Diocese and Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, in addition to a number of Muslim and Christian clerics, will attend proceedings of the annual meeting of the Episcopal Church bishops in the southern Hemisphere.
Egypt, Religion, 10/17/2005
Syria is free of bird flu until this date
Symptoms detected in humans infected with the virus can be summarized as fever, muscle weakness, dry cough, inflammation of pharynx, and headache.
Syria, Local, 10/17/2005
Gold coins from Fatimid era found in Fayyoum
Egypt's Minister of Culture Farouq Hosni announced the discovery of a number of rare gold coins dating back to the Fatimid era.
Egypt, Local, 10/17/2005
Hatshepsut guest of honour in San Francisco
Egypt-USA, Local, 10/17/2005
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