Egypt

May 27, 2004

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak arrived on an official visit in the Russian capital on Thursday to discuss the situation in the Middle East, Iraq and

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Anti-government labor demonstrations exploded into violent riots Thursday, triggering clashes with the Lebanese army and setting one complete floor of

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Iran's President Mohammad Khatami Thursday said that the Islamic Consultative Assembly (Majlis) can and should manifest unity, solidarity and also mul

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Olympic Torchbearers selected to carry the Olympic flame in Cairo as part of the ATHENS 2004 Olympic Torch Relay were announced recently in a joint ce

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Prominent Egyptian singer Mohammad Muneer has announced that he will never stop singing because he is not singing for a specific individual or power

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Egyptian actress Athar Al Hakim was shocked to learn that her son Ali was hospitalized and underwent surgery without her knowing

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Egyptian singer Ruby is facing a new lawsuit against her, this time by music distributor Ahmad Al Jabali demanding 5 million Egyptian pounds in compensation for illegally breaking her contract with hi

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European Union member countries decided on Wednesday to urge Syria to boost efforts against the proliferation of WMD, as part of an association deal between Damascus and the 25-member bloc, diplomats

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Beirut was almost a "ghost city" Thursday as labor trade unions staged a day-long strike that shuttered schools, closed businesses, disrupted airline flights and brought taxicab traffic to a standstil

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Foster Wheeler Ltd. announced Wednesday that its subsidiary Foster Wheeler Energy Limited has been awarded a Program Management Services contract by Saudi Aramco and its partner, Sumitomo Chemical Co.

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Middle Eastern countries are showing growing interest in planting trees to improve water quality and boost food security, FAO said earlier this week.

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The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has airlifted additional shelter supplies and blankets to Darfur in western Sudan.

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3Com, a leading supplier of networking technology, has announced the release of the region’s first resilient stacking gigabit Ethernet switch family equipped with a 10—gigabit expansion slot.

May 24, 2004

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Israel's Mossad intelligence agency has been offering through its new Internet site employment opportunities, including openings for a bus driver and

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Israeli troops killed early Monday a youth and wounded another as they opened fire at houses in Balata Refugee Camp of Nablus City, Palestinian medica