Gulf of Aqaba


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a northeastern arm of the Red Sea

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El-Tarabeen added that Bedouins prefer to directly benefit from this water instead of wasting it in the waters of the Gulf of Aqaba.
The straits lie between the Sinai and Arabian peninsulas, separating the Gulf of Aqaba from the Red Sea.
the 1993 and the 1995 sequence) in the Gulf of Aqaba and presents some observations regarding the stress migration which has caused large earthquakes in the Gulf
The 32-km Gulf of Aqaba bridge will become the world's longest when complete and take three years to finish, the diplomat said in the report.
Owned by Roger Brookhouse, Gulf Of Aqaba had proved a flop for former trainer David Pipe over hurdles and had not been placed in six previous runs on the Flat, but the re-application of blinkers and a big step up in trip, from 1m1f last time, finally saw the five-year-old come good on his gallops promise.
Hassan Younis announced today that a marine survey will be conducted next week for the electricity linkage lines in the Gulf of Aqaba between Egypt and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
gov says "credible information has been received regarding a possible imminent threat in the Gulf of Aqaba region".
Lazing on a sun-lounger overlooking the Gulf of Aqaba, we could see Jordan and Saudi Arabia across the 20 kilometres of Red Sea that separates Egypt from these two countries.
Diving recordAnas and Osama Masri, both 16 years old, set a new deep diving record of 65 meters at the Gulf of Aqaba.
The minibus had been travelling back to Cairo from the tourist resort of Taba on the Gulf of Aqaba.
Egyptian police said the minibus was travelling back to Cairo from the resort of Taba on the Gulf of Aqaba.
Fadel said the earthquake danger would be especially serious because the earth's crust is thinner in the Gulf of Aqaba then anywhere else on earth.
Both steps were sought by President George Bush as he brought the two sides together in a summit in a Jordanian palace on the shore on the Gulf of Aqaba.
Bshary observed the cleaner wrasses in a sheltered bay opening into the Gulf of Aqaba at Mersa Bareika, Egypt.
For instance, prior to the Six Day War in 1967, Egyptian President Gamal Nasser blockaded the critical Israeli transportation route in the Gulf of Aqaba and sent his tanks into the Sinai in order to prepare for-in his own words--"throwing the Zionists into the sea," and went further saying that, "our basic objective will be the destruction of Israel.