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Bashir Hamouda: Tripoli's Contemporary Artist
At first glance Bashir Hamouda isn't what he seems. Dressed in a simple suit; the quiet and observant man walking around a contemporary art gallery is perhaps not the painter one would expect who created such modern and impressionistic works of visual art.
Casio Digital Art Frame Turns Photos Into Artwork
The 10.2-inch WSVGA LCD frame lets users apply the kinds of graphic filters found in Photoshop, emulating several styles of drawing and painting.
First Asean Qur'an Reading Competition held in Tripoli
The 1st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Qur'an Reading Competition was held last December 4, 2009 at the Conference Tower, Dhat El-Imad Complex, Tripoli, in conjunction with the celebration of Enid's Adhere and the Wuqufil Arafa (the confirmation of the Hajj pilgrims). The event was organized by a Filipino organization, the Filipino Muslim Consultative Council (FMCC), headed by its Chairman Atty.
Spain turns to Hollywood to boost tourism
The film camera swept across the cobbled streets, taking in Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz on a motorcycle as they raced behind a pack of bulls and dozens of men dressed in white with red scarves.
Libyan Artist Participates at 25th Alexandria Biennale
LIBYAN artist and ceramicist Hadia Gana if one of about 30 artists from the Mediterranean region are currently participating in one of the leading art events in the world, the 25th Alexandria Biennale for Mediterranean countries, in Egypt that opened on December 17 and will last until the end of January.
Al Jazeera Children's Channel wins international awards
Al Jazeera Children's Channel (JCC) marked more success in the international TV industry closing the year 2009, winning international awards and recognitions in all of United Kingdom, India, and Egypt.
A "Duo Chitarristico Italiano" Perform in Tripoli, Attract Much Appraise
Another important musical event, organized in the Auditorium of the Red Castle in Tripoli by the Italian Embassy, in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute, has received much praise and positive reviews.
Zentan Cultural and Tourism Festival, Unfolds other Economic Potential
Even though there are no formidable archeological sites in its vicinity, the city of Zentan was able to organize last week a festival that truly satisfied those who were lucky to be there.
Koran Verses Appear Mysteriously on Russian Infant's Body
Koran Verses Appear Mysteriously on Russian Infant's Body
Thousands of Muslim pilgrims are flocking to the home of a 9-month-old boy in Russia's southern republic of Dagestan to see the verses from the Koran that seem to appear and fade on his body every few days.
'Ayrilik', A Turkish TV Drama Shows Israeli Occupiers as Murderers of Innocent Children
A new Turkish TV drama is expected to receive a great number of audiences in the Arab world as soon as it hits the Arab satellite TV channels. It is focused on the Palestinian victims under Israeli occupation.
Middle East developers 'miss $30bn revenues'
Real estate developers in the Middle East and North Africa are missing out on property management opportunities beyond their core business worth $30bn, a consultancy report published yesterday said.
Egypt Cuts Ties with Louvre
Egypt's decision to cut ties with the Louvre museum had nothing to do with the loss last month in the country's bid to head the Paris-based UNESCO, the country's chief archaeologist said Thursday.
Loss of Innocence: Gaza Children's Artwork
Gaza children's artwork, is an exhibition of paintings and drawings done by children in Gaza following the Israeli 22 day assault earlier this year. The exhibition, supported by UNESCO Gaza office, was collated by Rod Cox who went to Gaza early this year with the British overland humanitarian convoy.
Zliten Campus at Asmariya University for Islamic Sciences Wins Islamic Architecture Award at Cityscape 2009
The Libyan Zliten Campus at Asmariya University for Islamic Sciences in the city of Zliten, 120km southeast of Tripoli, has won the prestigious Islamic Architecture Award at Cityscape 2009 in Dubai on Tuesday 6 October 2009.

Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Tripoli Along with Unicef-Starwood Charity Organize to Help Street Children in Cairo
On Friday 25th September Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Tripoli launched a global initiative to support Starwood Hotels & Resorts and UNICEF's combined program in helping to improve life for more than 2,000 street children in Egypt.
 
 
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