Arab Maghreb Union

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Arab Maghreb Union

A regional organization consisting of the Arab countries in North Africa (with Egypt being a major exception). It aims for economic and political cooperation throughout the region. It was established in 1989.
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AMU also provides specialized education in homeland security, national security and emergency and disaster management.
Faculty members at AMU, like the one with whom MAIL TODAY correspondent was talking for the story, have received several calls from concerned relatives and friends about the ongoing drama.
Tarin graduated in 1977 from AMU, a university in the historical north Indian city of Aligarh, which offers about 300 courses.
AMU leveraged nine out of the forty-four service components on the Sirqul Mobile EaaS (Engagement as a Service) platform including local and global leaderboards, social hooks to share hilarious videos, streamlined user sign-in with authentication, and analytics that provides detailed usage stats and demographics on audience.
As part of the celebrations, Pushkin said the Alumni association have organised an inter-school hockey tournament on November 6 followed by an exhibition match which will be between the players from corporate sectors and former students of AMU.
AMU is a member institution of American Public University System (APUS), which includes American Public University, and educates more than 50,000 adult learners worldwide.
AMU President Michael Spindelegger: "The AMU shares the opinion of Lord Macdonald that a non-functioning rule of law in Ukraine will keep foreign investors away.
The BJP, the new avatar of Jan Sangh, is falsely claiming legacy of the freedom The AMUTA is aware that the AMU was built with the donations made by many.
Shah said the AMU was ranked ninth among the top 10 institutions in India, according to the Times Higher Education United Kingdom 2013 report.
Raja's acerbic reaction to the irrational AMU decision came after it was announced that students would not be allowed on the campus if they had more than one cell phone, and that female students must wear a "proper and decent salwar kameez with dupatta" at all times and not step in or out of the campus without stating the details.
He announced fuel extraction from the Amu River zone would start in late September, for the first time ever in a country battered by decades of conflict.
Othman Mohamed Essaad expressed satisfaction at "Tunisia's pioneering role in sports sector," saying he was impressed by Tunisia's wise sports and youth policy and calling on AMU members to develop this sports in the Arab countries.