Algeria

August 28, 2003

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Egypt has decided to ban foreign belly dancers from performing the ancient act in the North African country, according to a recent report.

August 27, 2003

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French President Jacques Chirac invited the Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to take part in the G8-Nepad partnership in New York. "A few month

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According to a fact sheet released August 25, 2003 by the US State Department's Office of International Women's Issues, the US Agency for International Development has granted more than 34,000 micro-c

August 20, 2003

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Fourteen Europeans freed from a six-month hostage ordeal in the Sahara desert have arrived in Germany.

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In an immediate response to a bus bombing attack in Jerusalem, Israel froze all contacts with the Palestinian Authority, as well as the handover of tw

August 11, 2003

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Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad arrived in Algiers late Sunday at the beginning of a three-day official visit for talks, focused mainly on

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Iran confirmed on Monday that it would put on trial those members of Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network in custody that Tehran has not been able to ex

July 31, 2003

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One of a group of fifteen European tourists who were kidnapped in Algeria in March has reportedly died.   German media have reported that 45 year-old

July 30, 2003

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The shift of Egyptian singer Amr Diab from the Alam El Phan Music Production Company to Rotana Music Production Company was not as smooth as planned, but rather caused a war to break out pulling Amr i

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Algerian singer Fula reveals some of her most shocking secrets in her new music video showing the world the pain she encountered throughout her journey

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Zamil Industrial Investment Company has been awarded the contract to design, fabricate and supply the steel structure and air conditioning system for the Al-Hokair Khurais Plaza shopping mall project

July 27, 2003

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At least five people were killed and 69 wounded, 14 of them seriously, when their coach crashed on Saturday near the Algerian capital of Algiers, poli

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A violent tremor has shaken Lebanon's ever-turbulent political spectrum as armed gunmen stopped a motorcade of prominent opposition leaders from reach

July 17, 2003

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Pakistan’s President Pervez Musharraf is due to travel to Morocco Thursday, in the framework of his North African tour.  Musharraf began a two-day off

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Arabian Petrochemical Company (Petrokemya), a wholly owned affiliate of Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) has awarded a lump-sum turnkey contract to the Korean company, Samsung Engineering Co