Egypt

July 7, 2004

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Israel's Public Security Minister Tzachi Hanegbi warned Tuesday that he suspects that someone from the extreme right has already decided to commit a p

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An Israeli Apache helicopter gunship fired missiles at a car in a neighbourhood of Gaza City on Wednesday, and there were conflicting reports over inj

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The latest album "Ahla Dunia" (The Perfect World) by lebanese singer Alissa is still occupying the number spot for record sale in Egypt despite the fact that it's date of release was eight weeks ago

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Prominent Egyptian singer Amr Diab has released his latest album "Laili Nahari" (My Night and Day), which is considered to be the fruit of his cooperation with the music production company Rotana

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Egyptian singer Shireen Ahmad has announced that she has cancelled her trip to Algeria, where she was scheduled to hold a concert for the first time

July 6, 2004

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Lebanese President Emile Lahoud on Tuesday said Arabs no longer have trust in the U.S. as an "honest patron" of the Middle East peace process and urge

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Egyptian singer Shireen Ahmad will for the first time in her singing career hold a live performance in the capital of Algeria at an event sponsored by one of the telecommunication companies

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Egyptian actress Sharihan clearly expressed that she refuses to undergo any form of interviews with the media, and refrained from any form of communication with too many people limiting her self to v

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Prominent Egyptian actor Ahmad Zaki has narrated his life's journey, which lasted for almost ten hours, to one of the Arab satellite television channels

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Families of U.S. citizens killed or wounded in bombing attacks in Israel have filed an $875 million lawsuit against the Amman-based Arab Bank, accusing it of channeling money to Palestinian "terrorist

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The Omani Tender Board on Monday held its 11th meeting of the year under the chairmanship of its President.   According to ONA, the meeting awarded tenders worth RO. 65,7 Million. They included a ten

July 5, 2004

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Contrary to all expectations, Egyptian singer Ruby's first film debut proved to be a big failure ranking in last place among all summer films

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Morocco has exported 430,000 tons of citrus fruits during the 2003-2004, said the producers association which label this season as “one of the weakest averages in the last years.“

July 4, 2004

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The US State Department authorized the departure of staff family members and non-emergency employees of the US Embassy in Bahrain, citing the threat o

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Egyptian Transport Minister Hamdy Abdel Salam el-Shayeb has died of a heart attack, Egypt's Middle East News Agency reported Sunday. He was 56 years o