Tunisia

July 17, 2004

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Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on Saturday inaugurated the first phase of the fourth project of drawing water of The River Euphrates to the Syrian

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Tunisian singer Najla has been receiving numerous offers to star in different films received an offer for a leading role in a new film "Bustan El Viagra" (Viagra Garden) after prominent Egyptian actre

July 7, 2004

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Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali said Tuesday it would be opportune to hold an Arab-African summit to examine cooperation between the two re

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A Lebanese army major was killed and three other officers were wounded during a sports training maneuver they were staging in a military base in south

July 6, 2004

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Three people were killed and some 20 injured in a car accident Sunday night at the northern entrance of Damascus, SANA reported Monday.  Red Crescent

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Dr. Hashim Yamani, the Saudi Minister of Commerce and Industry, has underlined the importance of enhancing the Saudi-Tunisian economic cooperation, and said the volume of trade exchange between the Ki

July 4, 2004

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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

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Young Tunisian singer Najla and the star of the latest scandalous semi-porn clip showed up at Nawal Al Zoughbi's celebration for the launch of her latest album, stealing the attention of all

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Tunisian singer Latifa will perform the leading female role in her first theatre experience in the new play for Mansour Rahbani entitled “Hokom al-Ri3yan”, and will be among the main events of Beit El

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The Kingdom's exports to the US are expected to hit the $1 billion mark this year - surpassing last year's unprecedented record of $650 million, outgoing US Ambassador to Jordan Edward Gnehm has said.

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The First Water Week of the African Development Bank (ADB) Group began in Tunis on Thursday, with the formal launch of two major initiatives and a road map for the development of water resources in Af

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Construction work is underway to build the Salam Tower, which will become Sharjah's tallest standing structure.

July 2, 2004

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One wanted suspect was killed and another was injured and arrested in a shootout in Riyadh city on Thursday. According to an official source, quoted F

June 30, 2004

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Legal custody of Saddam Hussein and 11 other former officials was transferred to the Iraqis on Wednesday, an international official said.

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Lebanese singer Najwa Karam is to take part in the Carthage music festival in Tunisia, which the media called “Rotana Summer Festival in Carthage” as a sign that all participants are singers, who are