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Hawas met with the minister and Atef Meftah, the general director of GEM on Tuesday to give them the booklet he has been working on for six months, according to a press release published by the ministry of antiquities.
"Pet owners in the UAE are always looking for unique treats for their beloved pets and we expect our new treats will impress the feline creatures," said Ahmad Hawas, CEO of Hawas Group.
Activist Mohammed Al-Ahmadi told the Yemen Times that Hawas was shot in the thigh in the Al Qa'a neighborhood of Sana'a.
On his father's orders, Gaddafi's son and heir apparent Saif al-Islam - now wanted for crimes against humanity - invited the 58-year-old Mr Hawas to visit.
Mr Hawas, who is a former mayor of Bridgend, was born in Tripoli and has been trying to forge links between his home nation and adopted borough through the Libya-Wales Exchange.
TALKHA, Egypt: The sun was already searing the pavement on the early June morning when Mariam Hawas and her co-workers from the garment factory descended on the bank.
Hawas' project, in partnership with 42-year-old IT specialist Zaher Mohammad Saeed from Pakistan, presents a search engine which quickly connects specific advertisements to its target audience on different websites .
Hawas, the leading expert on ancient Egypt, refuted a number of claims Stierlin cited in his argument over the age of the bust, including its design and original condition.
Mr Hawas was prompted to write his letter in the wake of Colonel Gadaffi's decision to give up weapons of mass destruction.
''We offered an optimal and permanent solution to Zahi Hawas. We proposed to build a 30-meter deep diaphragm wall in order to isolate this depression and drain off the water into smaller wells to reduce the level of water table.
Writing for the local-media outlet, Al-Ahram Weekly, Hawas stated that media outlets mistakenly spread the news of suspecting to find the temple where the last ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, Cleopatra and her lover Mark Antony, are buried, and falsely reported the Taposiris Magna Temple as the location, which is about 45 kilometres west of Alexandria.