Egypt

October 12, 2004

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There are indications that the Maghreb tourism industry is growing rapidly after being hit by post September 11 fear and the implication of North Africans in international terror attacks. Major travel

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Egypt's Prime Minister Dr. Ahmed Nazif has recently met the President of the World Bank (WB) James Wolfensohn and held talks about the economic cooperation between Egypt and the WB.   Following the me

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The European Union on Monday decided to end 12 years of sanctions against Libya and eased an arms embargo after Tripoli gave up plans to develop weapons of mass destruction.

October 11, 2004

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Israeli parliament (Knesset) members voted 53-44 Monday night against Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's speech at the opening of the winter session, in wh

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak arrived in Rome a few days after his was rocked by suicide bombings targeting two Red Sea resorts last Thursday. The

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Egyptian belly dancer Dina has finally agreed to work with Farah, her ex-husband's first wife, after a long term of rupture in a new movie

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A Jordan - Oman agreement on bilateral maritime transport cooperation is set to provide a catalyst to linking all Arab ports with the Maghreb expected to gain considerably. Jordan already has maritime

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In a release on Monday by the President of the Egyptian-Maghreb Economic Council, Yamani Foulfoula, it was indicated that bilateral trade between Egypt and Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia have risen by 5

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Jordan has decided to host the 5th meeting of the donor countries to reconstruct Iraq, scheduled for March 2005, Jordan's Minister of Planning an International Cooperation  Basem Awadallah stated Sund

October 10, 2004

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The interior ministers of Arab Gulf Cooperation Council countries (GCC) concluded Sunday in Kuwait their 23rd periodic meeting.

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The number of dead in Thursday's bombings in Sinai who were positively identified as Israelis rose to 11 on Sunday, after six bodies were identified b

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Prominent Iraqi singer Kathem El Saher has chosen Egyptian actress Hanan Turk for the leading role in his upcoming music video “Ahibini” (Love Me), which is written by the late renown Lebanese poet Ni

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Lebanese singer Suzan Tamim has filed a lawsuit against a Lebanese magazine for publishing wrongful information in the attempt of ruining her image

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Morocco’s citrus fruit production for the 2004-2005 season is expected to hit 1,286,000 tons compared to 1,137,000 in 2003-2004, say a 13% increase, the citrus fruit producers association (ASPAM) has

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DEPA, the Middle East’s leading hotel interiors contracting company, Sunday announced the successful completion of its involvement in the furnishing of the recently opened Four Seasons Nile Plaza Hote