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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.
Nine members of an Islamic extremist group from Algeria held responsible for a massacre of 29 people this month have been arrested by Moroccan military security forces, a reliable source told AFP on August 25. The Moroccan authorities denied the report on the next day.
The British House of Commons and House of Lords passed new legislation aimed at crushing violent Northern Ireland groups but will also hit terrorists from Egypt in England.
The killing of three nuns in Yemen from the order established by Mother Teresa raised a lot of questions about the reason for the presence of nuns in a country that contains no Christians in the first place.
A suspected extremist killed three nuns in Hodeidah, Yemen.
For the first time after the Luxor attack on November 17, 1997, Islamist militants went on the offensive again. They attacked in Beni-Mazaar, near Minia, a police car carrying four policemen, including Lt. Col. Alaa Qandil, and killed them. Two civilians, who happened to be on the spot, were...

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