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Muslims, Christians and police clash in Cairo
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Cairo - A clash between Muslims, Christians and the police in the Egyptian capital of Cairo late Sunday resulted in injuries and multiple arrests of members of both groups, eyewitnesses and authorities said. Hundreds of Muslims gathered after ... more

Hundreds of Egyptians protest death of farmer
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Cairo - Hundreds of farmers demonstrated near the southern Egyptian town of Qena over the death Monday of a 60-year-old farmer by a hit-and-run driver, security sources said. Around 500 demonstrators shouted and burned tyres in the highway through ... more

Egypt police clash with protesters
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
CAIRO: Egyptian riot police fought street battles with violent protesters on Sunday in separate incidents in a Cairo suburb and in Aswan town in the far south of the country, police sources and witnesses said. One person in Aswan died after inhaling ... more

Red Sea Arab countries call for more cooperation to combat piracy
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
rab countries overlooking the Red Sea promised here on Thursday to coordinate efforts in the fight against piracy near the Red Sea region. During an extraordinary meeting co-chaired by Egypt and Yemen, representatives from Jordan, Sudan, Saudi ... more

Obamas Presidency, an opportunity for better US-South Sudan relations?
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Barack Obama?s election as the 44th President of the United States of America (USA) on Tuesday, the 3rd November was a historic with fewer parallels. Perhaps match only by the Abolishment of Slavery, the Independence of Africa and the release ... more

Gun culture hard to beat in south Sudan
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
OR: With bulging muscles oiled for battle and feathers fluttering proudly from their hair, towering Sudanese wrestlers leap high into the air to intimidate their opponents. The fighters are fearsome, but this is just sport. Cheered by excited ... more

St. Catherine of Alexandria, patroness of philosophers and preachers
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Today, we remember the life and works of St. Catherine of Alexandria, patroness of philosophers and preachers. St. Catherine was born of noble origin in Alexandria, Italy. She became a Christian convert through a vision. She spent her time preaching ... more

Libyan official hints at Opec output cut
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Dubai/Tehran: The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) may decide to cut production further when it meets in Cairo this week, Libya's top oil official Shokri Ghanem said. 'It is too early to say how much needs to be cut,' Ghanem said ... more

Egypt bolsters Gaza border force as Palestinians demonstrate
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
AL-ARISH: Egypt on Monday sent 400 police to bolster security at its Rafah border terminal with the Gaza Strip amid demonstrations by Palestinians calling for the crossing to be opened. The officers were deployed around the crossing point ?? the ... more

Riot in Egypt city after police kill man by mistake
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
CAIRO: Police fired tear-gas at about 2,000 rioters in the southern Egyptian town of Aswan on Sunday as they protested the police shooting to death of a bird-seller, a security official said. Police with the anti-drug squad had mistaken the man, ... more


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Mubaraks calls for promoting investment met with skepticism
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
CAIRO: President Hosni Mubarak??s calls for promoting private investments by offering incentives and cheaper credit has some analysts saying the government can??t just wave a magic wand to spur investments. ??The real question is: Can Egypt compete ... more

Saudi, Egypt, UAE Q3 gold sales rise
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's gold sales rose 18 percent to 40.9 tons in the third quarter as the precious metal became a refuge in the world finance crisis, the World Gold Council said on Sunday. Sales rose in the United Arab Emirates by 22 percent to ... more

North African property markets slowing dramatically
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Indian property developers woo Gulf expats amid financial crisis (2) Invesco takes Asia real estate fund to Austria (1) India: PE inflows in realty space dry up during July-Sept quarter (1) India's sagging real estate shakes up London AIM (1) Axa ... more

Real estate insiders say Egypt's market may see 'readjustment'
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Indian property developers woo Gulf expats amid financial crisis (2) Invesco takes Asia real estate fund to Austria (1) India: PE inflows in realty space dry up during July-Sept quarter (1) India's sagging real estate shakes up London AIM (1) Axa ... more

Cityview to place refinery in Nigeria
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
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Convictions upheld in U.S. embassy bombings in Africa
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The convictions of three men sentenced to life in prison for the 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa were upheld by a U.S. federal appeals court on Monday. The three were part of four tried and convicted in the bombings ... more

Zimbabwe rivals in new talks to end deadlock
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's political rivals meet in South Africa on Tuesday for talks to end a political deadlock, amid mounting pressure from regional leaders for a deal to prevent the humanitarian crisis becoming still worse. Negotiators ... more

Somali pirates seen wanting $15 million for ship
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Somali pirates holding a Saudi supertanker after the largest hijacking in maritime history have reduced their ransom demand to $15 million (9 million pounds), an Islamist leader and regional maritime group both said on Monday. ... more

Ship owners want Somali blockade
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Western shipping companies have called for a military blockade along the coast of Somalia to stop attacks by pirates. More than a dozen foreign warships are in the area, including a Dutch frigate escorting two cargo ships of emergency food aid ... more

Africa Israel sells stake in its Manhattan real estate holdings
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Africa-Israel USA, the New York based arm of the global real estate firm controlled by diamond magnate Lev Leviev, has sold a substantial stake in its New York City assets to China Sonangol, a Hong Kong based investment fund. The company announced ... more

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