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En 1998, Saida sort un troisieme album [beaucoup moins que]L'Miseria[beaucoup plus grand que], ou elle denonce la corruption, la pauvrete et defend les libertes.
Syrian state news agency SANA stated, "A t least 15 terrorists were killed and a bomb making factory was destroyed in an army operation against terrorist positions in the town of Saida.
We are here to strengthen the bilateral and strong historical relations between the UAE and Morocco as well showcase the most promising sectors of investments in Tangier and ensure [we attract] these investments from the UAE," Saida said.
Palestinians from Syria queuing for registration at the UNRWA office in Saida
They were abused while held at checkpoints as well as during initial interrogations at military bases in Saida.
No one is questioning the right of the Lebanese army to self-defense following the offensive against it in Saida that led to the martyrdom and wounding of a large number of officers and troops.
The Magic of Saida, set in India, East Africa, and Canada, is the latest novel by the prolific African Asian Canadian author M.
The journalists were quickly released but Ben Saida spent eight days behind bars before a court hearing on Feb.
Tunisia has asked Turkey to arrest and extradite Saida Agrebi, a key figure from the ousted regime of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
Em todos os casos, o diametro de entrada, critico e o diametro de saida permanecem os mesmos, assim como o comprimento total, alterando-se apenas o perfil do bocal.
Quneitra, (SANA)- A landmine left over from the Israeli occupation in the village of Saida, to the south of Quneitra province, exploded in a Syrian citizen causing moderate-level deformities and injuries in the face, limbs and the full body.
com)-- The Saida Fikri Foundation in collaboration with the Washington Moroccan American Club has organized and is hosting a cultural festival celebrating the splendor and generosity of Morocco.