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CT scan reveals hidden face under Nefertiti bust

Berlin, Germany - Researchers in Germany have used a modern medical procedure to uncover a secret within one of ancient Egypt’s most treasured artworks — the bust of Nefertiti has two faces.

Satellite Internet Accelerated Access For Africa And Middle East

Source: Lamit, Thu March 12, 2009
Romania - New satellite internet access for Africa is now available due to the new satellite capacities allocated by Lamit Company, to all kind of users along the entire continent.

Baby Girl’s Restored Vision is a “Miracle in Morgantown”

Source: WBOY, Tue February 17, 2009
Morgantown, West Virginia, USA - Febi Hanna was born three months premature, with some scar tissue in her eyes that made it impossible for her to see.

Darfur: Egyptian troops arrive to boost strength of joint UN-African Union force this article opens in a new window

Source: United Nations, Thu November 13, 2008
More than 160 Egyptian personnel arrived in Darfur today as part of a large battalion that will boost the strength of the joint United Nations-African Union force deployed earlier this year in an attempt to quell the fighting and humanitarian suffering in the strife-torn Sudanese region.

Egypt desert tourists freed after three-day ordeal this article opens in a new window

Source: AFP, Mon September 22, 2008
CAIRO (AFP) - A group of 19 foreign tourists and Egyptians kidnapped at gunpoint by bandits while on a desert safari in a remote corner of southwestern Egypt have been freed, Egypt's foreign minister said on Monday.

PHOTOS: Ancient Egypt Town Found this article opens in a new window

Source: National Geographic, Wed July 02, 2008
A well-preserved settlement near the temple of Edfu provides rare glimpses into the daily lives of the ancient Egyptians.

Musical reward for cabbie who returned $4M violin

Source: CBC, Wed May 07, 2008
Newark, New Jersey, USA - A New Jersey cab driver who reunited a professional violinist with his more than 250-year-old instrument was to receive his musical reward on Tuesday.

Saudi King makes plea for new interfaith dialogue

Source: Moderate Observer, Fri April 04, 2008
RIyadh, Saudi Arabia - The Saudi king has made an impassioned plea for dialogue among Muslims, Christians and Jews -- the first such proposal from a nation with no diplomatic ties to Israel and a ban on non-Muslim religious services and symbols.

Egypt’s Earliest Farming Village Found this article opens in a new window

Source: National Geographic, Tue February 12, 2008
Before the pharaohs, a Stone Age people cultivated pigs, sheep, wheat, and barley in the village?Egypt's earliest known agricultural settlement?a new study says.

Bin Laden Jr.: “Ambassador For Peace”

Source: CBS News, Tue January 22, 2008
Cairo, Egypt - (AP) Omar Osama bin Laden bears a striking resemblance to his notorious father - except for the dreadlocks that dangle halfway down his back.

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