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The article deals with the killing of a terrorist who masterminded the Dahab chain of bombings that claimed the lives of scores of Egyptians and foreigners and wounded others and the arrest of his aide.
The National Human Rights Committee proposes ways of dealing with issues of sectarian sedition, the judges and terrorism and Sinai.
The US embassy approached the Yemeni Ministry of Information about a copy of a video or cassette tape of last Friday’s sermon, which had been aired by Sanaa television and included a denunciation of the US and its allies arrogance. The embassy pressured the Yemeni authorities to prevent preachers...
The article reports on the fierce attacks launched recently by members of the Muslim Brotherhood against President Mubārak.
After every terrorist attack, one wonders from where the terrorists obtained their explosives.
About two and a half months after the bombing of the American destroyer Cole, yesterday morning witnessed another two bombings. One in the Continental Hotel in Khour Maksar and one on a church in Al-Twahi city. No one was injured in the two bombings. Security bodies prosecuted some people living in...
The banned Muslim Brotherhood put on the mask of democracy whenever it suits them and serves their purpose. The latest of these masks was the nomination of a woman in the coming elections, American style. Rose El-Youssef asked the Brotherhood’s nominee if the American style in the coming elections...
After months of steady improvement, relations between Algeria and Morocco have suddenly soured again as old charges of Moroccan support for Algerian rebels have resurfaced. In the wake of a brutal massacre of 30 people near the village of Bechar August 14 near the Moroccan border, Algerian...
With Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh about to launch his re-election campaign, a series of explosions rocked the impoverished country on Friday and Saturday [August 27 and 28, 1999]. This was a clear reminder to Saleh that his coming term - as his victory is nearly certain - will not be an...
Islamist extremists killed four people on the first day of campaigning in Algeria for a peace referendum scheduled for September 16 by President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, the press said August 28.

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