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Representation of Sunnis in the new Iraqi government
The American general in Iraq Lt. Gen. John Vines, commander, Multinational Corps Iraq and Commanding General of the VXIII Airborne Corps, said that the pace of violence depends on the extent of the ability of the next government to represent all Iraqi groups.
Iraq, Military, 1/14/2006
13 Lebanese were accused of planning for attacks in Lebanon
Lebanese government commissioner, the assistant at the military court in Beirut, judge Ahmad Oweidat, said that Lebanon addressed accusations on Friday against 13 detainee suspected to be members in al-Qaida organization of planning for "terrorist attacks."
Lebanon-Palestine, Local, 1/14/2006
Second US helicopter goes down in Iraq in one week
Two American pilots were killed in a reconnaissance plane crash during a fighting mission in Musil in the north of Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Military, 1/14/2006
Pilgrims dying while stoning the devil is God's will: Saudi minister
The deputy chairman of a clinic near Mona, Hussein Saleh Bahshawan, said that among the dead persons are 100 Egyptians
Saudi Arabia-Regional, Local, 1/14/2006
Violence continues in various parts of Iraq
The Slovak government announced it will dispatch for the first time military men to Iraq, and in this regard, four army officers will be sent in the context of a training mission by the NATO for the Iraqi security forces.
Iraq, Military, 1/13/2006
345 Hajj pilgrims killed in Saudi Arabia stampede
Some 345 pilgrims were killed and other 289 injured at least in a catastrophe at al-Jamarat bridge in Mona, Saudi Arabia, participating in the annual Hajj ritual, and only justified by the Saudi government of the falling out of luggage of the pilgrims and that some of them did not abide by the order.
Saudi Arabia-Regional, Local, 1/13/2006
King of Bahrain's son dies in traffic accident
One of the sons of the King of Bahrain died in a traffic accident on Thursday, according to the Bahraini royal court in an official eulogy.
Bahrain, Local, 1/13/2006
Sharon still unconscious
The Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon will undergo a new surgery at Hadassa hospital in Jerusalem with the aim to remove an interim tube implanted in the brain to dispose of blood.
Israel, Local, 1/13/2006
US - backed program helps Mideast youths learn business
Secondary-school students in eight Middle Eastern countries are on a fast track to becoming savvy entrepreneurs with help from an American youth business-training program.
Regional-USA, Culture, 1/13/2006
Syrian and Turkish families continue visits in Eid
Syria-Turkey, Local, 1/13/2006
Continued fighting in Iraq
Iraqi security sources said that unidentified gunmen killed four persons including a member of the Baath Party in Musil city.
Iraq, Military, 1/12/2006
Bashir calls Qatahfi
Sudan-Libya, Political Meeting, 1/12/2006
Six Australians killed in traffic incident in Egypt
Six Australian tourists were killed and other 26 injured as well as their Egyptian driver in a road accident on the way between Cairo and Alexandria.
Egypt-Australia, Local, 1/12/2006
Egyptian woman head of International Organization for Public Relationships
Egypt, Local, 1/12/2006
Two Iraqi policemen killed
The Iraqi capital on Tuesday witnesses a relative calm in the first day of Eid al-Adha holiday.
Iraq, Military, 1/11/2006
Pilgrims stay in Mona during the Hajj ritual
Muslims Pilgrims spent their night on Mona mountain, in Saudi Arabia, in preparations to start the ritual throwing of the three stones in the three Tashriq days which start as from the second day of Eid al-Adha.
Regional-Saudi Arabia, Religion, 1/11/2006
Visitor can see more mummies at Egyptian museum
A second exhibition hall at the Egyptian Museum in al-Tahrir Square, downtown Cairo, willopen at the end of this month to display 11 mummies that date back to the Ancient Egyptian era.
Egypt, Local, 1/11/2006
29 Iraqis killed in suicide bombings
the Iraqi police said that one American soldier was killed in a sniping operation in Falluja. In a video tape, the al-Mujahideen Army group in Iraq claimed responsibility for the snipping operation against American soldiers in Faluja.
Iraq, Military, 1/10/2006
Stoning the devil Muslim ritual during Hajj
Muslims pilgrims performing the Muslim Hajj ritual in Saudi Arabia gathered towards Mona Mountain from the Muzdalefah from where they collected "al-Jamra" (stones to throw at satin) returning back to Mona to throw al"Aqaba Jamra" and slay the sheep, from where the name al-Adha (sacrifice) comes, in rememberance of Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son when God tested his faith.
Regional-Saudi Arabia, Religion, 1/10/2006
Bibliotheca Alexandrina builds ancient Farous lighthouse
An Egyptian report said that "The Alexandria Study Center of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina has started the building of a copycat version of the ancient Farous lighthouse."
Egypt, Local, 1/10/2006
Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha
He also added that "violating the holy sites by the smart bombs war and sophisticated vehicles by the Zionist enemy against the Palestinian is not considered terrorism, while defending the legitimate rights to preserve rights and religion is considered terrorism."
Regional, Religion, 1/10/2006
21,000 Syrians expected to visit relatives in Turkey through border towns
Syria-Turkey, Local, 1/10/2006
Sharon health status unclear
The health condition of the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon is still vague because doctors are unable to determine yet the extent of damage he suffered as a result of his brain hemorrhaging.
Israel, Local, 1/10/2006
A new form of government
17 US soldiers killed in helicopter crash, attacks in Iraq
Sheikh Muhammad al-Mazouri, deputy chairman of the Muslim Scholars Union in Kurdistan was killed at the hands of the American forces in Irbil city in the north of Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Military, 1/9/2006
Sharon's doctors to wake him from coma today
Doctors of the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon said they will start as from today to wake him up from his coma since his brain stroke and hemorrhaging.
Israel, Local, 1/9/2006
Armed group kills four in Algeria
Members affiliate to an armed group killed four workers in the Algerian public company for water, in Tismislit area, 300 km to the southern west of the Algerian capital.
Algeria, Local, 1/9/2006
French hostage released in Iraq
French engineer Bernard Blanch was released in Iraq, one month after his kidnapping.
Iraq-France, Local, 1/9/2006
Muslim pilgrims ritual of standing on Mount Arafat; its meaning
Some 2.5 million pilgrims started since sunrise today to flow to Mount Arafat in order to perform the most important part of Islamic Haj rituals which is to stand on Mount Arafat.
Saudi Arabia-Regional, Local, 1/9/2006
Festival of spring child theater opens in Damascus
Syria, Culture, 1/9/2006
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