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Six Iraqis killed in new attacks
Two Iraqis were killed and other 4 injured when one suicide bomber detonated himself by an explosive belt in a small bus near a fuel station in al-Fadelieh area east of Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 3/18/2006
Samara military operation continues in Iraq
Joint Iraqi and American forces continued the military operations in Samara and its suburbs for the second running day amid expectations that this operation continued for other several days.
Iraq-USA, Military, 3/18/2006
Aleppo to Inaugurate as Capital of Islamic Culture
More than five hundred Arab and foreign dignitaries are taking part on Saturday and Sunday in cultural manifestations of Aleppo that has been chosen by the Islamic, Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ISESCO to be capital of the Islamic culture in 2006.
Syria-Regional, Local, 3/18/2006
More bodies in Baghdad
Security sources said that the bodies had traces of torture, noting that those persons seemed to have been killed by bullets and many of them were hand tightened, in what seems to be a pattern in many killings.
Iraq, Military, 3/17/2006
Virginia art school announced Arab girl winners of design competition
A celebration was held on March 15 at the Damascus Four Season hotel during which three Syrian girls won three entries, in 1st place was Gawa Sameer Helal from al-Maouna school for Girls, in the 2nd place was Sandra Sohel Qastoon also from al-Maouna school for girls and Ellen Martinaz from Damascus community school.
Regional-Syria, Local, 3/17/2006
tension in Iraq , consultations to form government
Iraq on Wednesday witnessed a new wave of acts of violence that left several killed and wounded in various areas while political efforts continue to form the next Iraqi government.
Iraq, Military, 3/16/2006
11 Iraqis were killed in American raid
At least 11 Iraqis were killed including nine women in one American raid against Balad town situated to the north of Baghdad. This was while the new Iraqi parliament is preparing to convene its first sessions amid tough security measures.
Iraq-USA, Military, 3/16/2006
Guard killed in Sudan in attack on UN refugee post
Two gunmen attacked a United Nations refugee agency compound in southern Sudan last night, killing a local guard, critically wounding an international staff member and another local guard, and forcing the suspension of the planned repatriation of some of the hundreds of thousands of Sudanese who fled a two-decade-long civil war.
Sudan-UN, Local, 3/16/2006
Call to release of three journalists kidnapped in Gaza
Reporters Without Borders spoke about the kidnapping of two French journalists, Caroline Laurent of "Elle" and Alfred Yaghobzadeh of "Sipa," and South Korean journalist Yong Tae-young of KBS on 14 March in Gaza City, hours after an Israeli army raid on a prison in the West Bank city of Jericho.
Palestine, Local, 3/16/2006
Aisha Al-Qathafi inaugurates AIDS awareness exhibit
Libya, Health, 3/16/2006
Scores of bodies found in Baghdad
The number of bodies found by the Iraqi police increased in parts of Iraq to 80 persons since Monday morning. The Iraqi ministry of interior announced the discovery of 27 bodies killed by bullets and hand tightened in Kamaleyah and Fadeleyah areas east of Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 3/15/2006
Israeli warplanes violate the Lebanese atmospheres
The Israeli warplanes on Monday violated the Lebanese airspace in the south on the wake of Israel's announcement of the state of alert in the lines of its soldiers along the borders with Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 3/14/2006
Algeria released a leading figure in armed Islamic group
Algeria, Local, 3/14/2006
Mubarak to receive Abbas Saturday
Egypt-Palestine, Political Meeting, 3/14/2006
BBC: UK troop cuts in Iraq of 10 percent
British Defense Secretary John Reid was set Monday to detail plans for the first withdrawal of British troops from Iraq.
Iraq-UK, Military, 3/13/2006
50 Iraqis killed , 291 injured in Sader city
Iraq on Sunday witnessed a new bloody day resulted in killed and injuring scores. This was in one of the fiercest attacks in which at least 50 persons were killed and other 291 injured in explosions of several booby trapped cars, simultaneously in the markets of al-Sader city east of Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 3/13/2006
Made in Palestine art exhibition in New York City
Made in Palestine is the first museum quality exhibition devoted to the contemporary art of Palestine to be held in the United States.
Palestine-USA, Local, 3/13/2006
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