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August 16, 2003
On August 13, 2003, HASSAN NAMINI; loving husband of Roshanak Namini (nee Dara); devoted father of Yasmin, Ahmad and his wife Kirsten and Afsoon Namini, Jaleh Goodale and her husband Richard; loving grandfather of Sarah and Troy Namini and Elizabeth Goodale. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Arrangements by the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2014
The Tuesday sentencing of a Howard County teen convicted of terrorism offenses in Philadelphia has been postponed, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office there. Mohammad Hassan Khalid pleaded guilty to working to pursue a terrorist plot in Europe with a Pennsylvania woman who went by the name Jihad Jane and other people. Khalid mailed stolen documents, tried to raise money and translated extremist propaganda, according to federal prosecutors. His sentencing had been postponed several times and his attorney said last week he was seeking further delay so his client could undergo further psychological testing.
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By Mark Matthews and Mark Matthews,Washington Bureau | October 3, 1993
WASHINGTON -- Jordan's crown prince said yesterday that lifting the Arab economic boycott against Israel "may well be economic suicide" for his country.A day after his unprecedented public meeting with Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres at the White House, Prince Hassan applied the brakes to rapid progress toward peace with Israel."We can't accept overnight that the region is going to be pacified . . . lobotomized," he said."The fact is that people out there are suffering and want tangible change," he said.
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March 27, 2008
On March 23, 2008, BARBARA V. HOPPS; loving mother of Marquia, Marchelle and Mark Hopps. She is also survived by her step-daughter, Chynita Hopps; father, Yahya Hassan; sister, Viola Jones and brothers Anees and Michael Hassan; six grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned March Funeral Home West, Inc., 4300 Wabash Avenue, on Friday, after 9 A.M., where family will receive friends on Saturday, at 11:30 followed by funeral service at 12. Interment in King Memorial Park.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 24, 1999
King Hassan II, who ruled Morocco for 38 years, prolonging the life of a 300-year-old dynasty in an era when monarchies in Libya, Egypt, Iraq and Iran fell to socialist revolutions or the force of militant Islam, died yesterday in Rabat, Morocco. He was 70.The cause of death was a heart attack, Crown Prince Sidi Mohammed, the king's 36-year-old son and successor, announced. The king, who had been in fragile health since he was hospitalized in the United States four years ago for lung problems, had been admitted earlier in the day to a Rabat hospital for an acute lung infection, according to a palace statement.
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By Ken Rosenthal and Ken Rosenthal,SUN COLUMNIST | March 13, 1997
To understand Hassan Booker's unique family background, start with the initials he inscribed on his Navy basketball shoes."JAB" stands for the late Joyce Astarte Booker, his biological aunt, who died of lung cancer in 1989."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 17, 2000
Hassan Muhammad of Cardinal Gibbons has the kind of explosive talent that can make people forget his past. He's a fleet-footed little sophomore who is just as likely to run over a tackler as elude one. As the area's top scorer and ball carrier, with 20 touchdowns and a rushing average of 11.1 yards a carry in seven outings, Muhammad is finding it easier to forget the controversy of nearly a year ago that helped to land him at Gibbons in the first place....
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 21, 2005
Western Tech was down, but far from being out - especially when the players cheered, in unison, "Do it for Mike." The rallying cry led to a five-goal fourth quarter in Tuesday's boys lacrosse game at Dundalk. "We knew we had them on the ropes when Dundalk called time out. And when we saw the number of seconds left on the scoreboard - 22 - we thought it was a sign," said defender Ben Lowe, whose Wolverines' comeback fell short, 8-7. "Mike's jersey number was 22, and that's the number on my helmet.
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By Ross Tuttle and Ross Tuttle,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 14, 2002
ANDROLIKOU, Cyprus -- The road to Androlikou looks much as it did when buses came rumbling through 28 years ago to shuttle the village's entire population north and drive one more wedge between a people torn asunder by civil war. But for Hassan Mustafa, a 66-year-old Turkish Cypriot goat farmer, and the only man who refused to leave this hillside settlement, the passage of nearly three decades has brought a painful kind of change: increasing isolation....
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March 27, 2008
On March 23, 2008, BARBARA V. HOPPS; loving mother of Marquia, Marchelle and Mark Hopps. She is also survived by her step-daughter, Chynita Hopps; father, Yahya Hassan; sister, Viola Jones and brothers Anees and Michael Hassan; six grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned March Funeral Home West, Inc., 4300 Wabash Avenue, on Friday, after 9 A.M., where family will receive friends on Saturday, at 11:30 followed by funeral service at 12. Interment in King Memorial Park.
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By Liz F. Kay and Liz F. Kay,SUN REPORTER | September 30, 2006
Muslims now have a place of their own in Howard County. Since they first met in 1992 for Friday Jumah prayers in borrowed office space in Columbia's Wilde Lake Village Center, they've been seeking a place like this. Yesterday, more than 100 Muslims gathered for their first prayers at the newly constructed Masjid Dar Al-Taqwa on the border between Columbia and Ellicott City - the first mosque built in Howard County. "It feels like home," said Sayed Hassan, the mosque's former president.
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | January 1, 2006
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Much of Iraq ushered in the new year under a near-blackout today as a week-old power crunch worsened across huge sections of northern and central Iraq. Baghdad's already sporadic electrical power was cut to about an hour yesterday, causing a legion of private generators to blare almost continuously and dampening the spirits of millions of Iraqis preparing for New Year's Eve, traditionally a joyous time of fireworks, family gatherings and public outings. "I filled the water tanks," said Firyal Fadil Kafaji, 40, a biology professor at Baghdad University.
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By JAMIE MALERNEE AND KEVIN SMITH and JAMIE MALERNEE AND KEVIN SMITH,SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL | December 30, 2005
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- A 16-year-old determined to witness Iraq's struggle for democracy firsthand secretly hopped a plane to the Middle East alone and eventually made it to Baghdad - frightening his parents and stunning officials who consider it one of the most dangerous places on Earth - before agreeing to return to Fort Lauderdale. The teen, American-born Farris Hassan, a junior at the exclusive Pine Crest School, is the youngest child of a physician. He and his father, Redha Hassan, who was born in Iraq, had been planning a trip to the country together this summer as an extension of a school project.
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November 9, 2005
21 -- Saves by Poly goalkeeper Rob Sweet in a 1-0 loss to Hereford in boys soccer Friday. Despite Sweet's effort, the loss in the Class 2A North regional semifinal ended the season for the four-time Baltimore City champion Engineers. 22 -- Consecutive years Western's volleyball team has played for the Baltimore City championship. Last week, the Doves won their 16th title during that stretch. They have won 13 of the past 15 years. 99 -- Yards that freshman Tavon Austin returned the game-opening kickoff for a touchdown in Dunbar's 52-0 rout of Baltimore City League rival Northwestern Friday.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 21, 2005
Western Tech was down, but far from being out - especially when the players cheered, in unison, "Do it for Mike." The rallying cry led to a five-goal fourth quarter in Tuesday's boys lacrosse game at Dundalk. "We knew we had them on the ropes when Dundalk called time out. And when we saw the number of seconds left on the scoreboard - 22 - we thought it was a sign," said defender Ben Lowe, whose Wolverines' comeback fell short, 8-7. "Mike's jersey number was 22, and that's the number on my helmet.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 26, 2005
They left the University of Maryland without acrimony, disappointed that their playing time on the basketball court was limited, but not bitter toward the coaching staff that kept them sitting through most of the games. Now, Andre Collins and Hassan Fofana are playing a new game. Waiting. Until next season. They are still sitting at Loyola, adhering to an NCAA Division I redshirt rule that makes transfer players ineligible for competition for a year. To both, it is excruciating, yet enlightening.
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By New York Times News Service | November 12, 1990
AMMAN, Jordan -- King Hassan II of Morocco called yesterday for an emergency Arab summit meeting to avert a war in the Persian Gulf.In a speech broadcast on the Moroccan radio, King Hassan, whose deployment of 1,200 troops was among the first Arab commitments to defend Saudi Arabia, warned that conflict was drawing near and that he was willing to be the host of an Arab summit within the next week "to give peace a last chance."In its initial reaction, Iraq's official press agency criticized Morocco for failing to consult Baghdad before making its proposal.
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By Judy Anderson and Judy Anderson,London Bureau of The Sun | January 5, 1991
LONDON -- An expelled Iraqi diplomat warned yesterday that Western countries would become targets for sabotage attacks by Arabs if war broke out in the Persian Gulf."
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