Algeria

July 2, 2003

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Algerian singer Warda has announced that she never resigned from her singing career and moved off to reside permanently in Algeria

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Tunisian singer Latifa has recently headed off to Paris-France to begin shooting a second music video for one of the songs in her upcoming release

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Israel’s Elbit Systems has through its subsidiary Elop Electro-Optics Industries acquired Optronics Instruments & Products (OIP) based in Oudenaarde, Belgium, from Delft Instruments, based in the

July 1, 2003

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The organizers of Plasto Ispack, one of the world top ten plastics and packaging exhibitions, reported that representatives of Saudi, Algerian and Moroccan companies have confirmed their participation

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The Libyan government has purchased the 39 percent stake formerly held by Israeli companies in Egypt’s Middle East Oil Refinery for $430 million. The Libyan party bought the shares from the state-owne

June 30, 2003

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A military plane crashed in a residential area west of Algiers on Monday, killing at least 17 people, reports said. Among the dead were four crew memb

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A foreign worker was killed Monday near the northern West Bank town of Jenin, after Palestinians opened fire on a truck carrying a number of workers.

June 25, 2003

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A Cairo court verdict has sentenced Egyptian singer Hakim to pay for his children’s yearly school tuition and a monthly child support and alimony of 5 thousand Egyptian pounds

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Norway’s Statoil and BP have signed an agreement whereby Statoil will acquire 49 percent of BP's interests in the In Salah gas project and 50 percent of BP's interest in the In Amenas gas project, bot

June 22, 2003

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An Algerian moderate Islamic movement said on Saturday it had appointed an interim head two days after the death of its founder, Mahfoud Nahnah.  The

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A woman's body was found on Saturday under rubble at Dellys, east of the capital Algiers, one month after the devastating earthquake of May 21, the in

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The Levant region is poised for a double-digit growth in Personal Computer (PC) sales for 2003 with the total market penetration projected to rise to 693,000 units, totaling over $560 million, a growt

June 18, 2003

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Fifteen European tourists being held in an isolated area of the Sahara Desert by an armed group are still alive, Algerian President Abdelaziz Boutefli

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A Turkish court on Tuesday sentenced two young men and a woman to life behind bars for a satanic ritual murder, which the trio believed would prevent

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The Algerian army chief of staff, General Mohammed Lamari, said the number of armed militants in Algeria has dropped to only 700 from a peak of 27,000