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Gulf foreign ministers meet today in Jeddah
Foreign ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC today hold in Jeddah meetings of their 75th session, under the chairmanship of the Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal, whose country is currently presiding over the GCC session.
Gulf, Politics, 6/3/2000
Decisive decisions taken by Syrian transport minister to fight bureaucracy
Minister of transport Makram Obeid has released two decisions according to which he canceled the posts of the director of region, the deputy regional directors and sales promoter from posts of external ( outside the country ) representation at the Syrian airlines company as well as to end the missions of people occupying these posts and to return back them to their offices in Damascus.
Syria, Politics, 6/3/2000
German foreign minister arrives in Egypt today
German foreign minister Joschka Fischer starts today a visit to Egypt, Israel and the Palestinian areas. He visit will last for three days and concentrate on the ME peace process and bilateral relations.
Egypt-Palestine-Germany, Politics, 6/3/2000
Nigerian delegation arrives in Morocco sunday
A Nigerian delegation, led by secretary of state to foreign affairs will pay this June 4-9 a work and friendship visit to Morocco.
Morocco-Nigeria, Politics, 6/3/2000
Gabonese official delegation to visit Morocco next week
A ministerial delegation of Gabon, led by state minister of foreign affairs and cooperation Jean Ping, is expected in Morocco this June 4-8 for a work and friendship visit.
Morocco-Gabon, Politics, 6/3/2000
US Congress delegation appreciates Mubarak's efforts to propel peace
During a current visit to Egypt, a US Congress delegation expressed United States' appreciation of the efforts exerted by President Hosni Mubarak and Egyptian diplomacy to push the peace process forward as will as Egypt's communications with Syria with regard to the peace process.
Egypt-USA, Politics, 6/3/2000
U.S peace envoy visits Middle East today
The peace on the Israeli - Palestinian track is swinging between a total halt and slow movement for being unable to reach final and real settlement that lead to the just peace.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/3/2000
Clinton, Israelis and the Syrian track
The correspondent of the Monte Carlo radio in occupied Jerusalem said that the Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak did not hear from the US President any development that justifies the Israeli development towards the possibility of resuming negotiations with Syria.
Syria-Israel-USA, Politics, 6/3/2000
Holy Family route, opened in Egypt
Egypt's Prime Minister Atef Ebeid attended on Thursday opening of the "Holy Family Route" celebrations held under the Bible-inspired title of "Blessed be My People of Egypt". A musical ceremony was held in front of Virgin Mary Church which overlooks the Nile in Maadi district.
Egypt, Culture, 6/3/2000
Golan weddings in ICRC photo exhibition
The weddings of Syrian women to the Golan started in 1983 and number of so far registered marriages since between 1990-2000 are 54. Marriages often happen between young men who have come from the occupied Golan to study in Syrian universities, and young women whose parents had left the Golan because of the war and the occupation and have settled in Damascus more than thirty years ago.
Syria-Israel, Culture, 6/3/2000
Moussa: continuos discussions concerning the peace process on the Palestinian track
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa said that Egypt is continuing its communications concerning the status of the Palestinian talks with Israel and the developments in Lebanon.
Egypt, Politics, 6/3/2000
Lebanon renewed reservation on border demarcation
Lebanon renewed its reservation for the work of the U.N experts team working on border demarcation to make sure that any Israeli withdrawal is beyond the Lebanese international borders. Lebanon accused the U.N of taking the side of Israel in overlooking lands that are occupied by Israel.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 6/3/2000
Barak and Levy: door of peace is not completely closed off with Syria
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Barak said that the door of negotiations is not totally closed with Syria.
Syria-Israel, Politics, 6/3/2000
Ancient Greek city discovered under Alexandria waters
The French-Egyptian Archaeological Mission discovered the Greek city of Herculium under Alexandria sea. The Mission, led by French Franc Godeo, found the lost city of Herculium the second Greek city found under the water of Alexandria.
Egypt, Culture, 6/3/2000
Holy Family Trail international touristic attraction
Undertaking the completion of renovation and maintenance of the remaining Holy Family Trail stations, the National Heritage Revival Society, which groups a number of businessmen, university professors and Muslim and Christian engineers, will contribute up to 50 per cent to the refurbishment project costs
Egypt, Economics, 6/3/2000
Palestine blames Israel for peace process halt
The Palestinian leadership fully blamed Israel for the complete halt in negotiations between the two sides despite the multiple meetings and communications that took place between them.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/3/2000
Baghdad asks U.N to cancel no fly zones on north and south Iraq
Iraq asked U.N secretary general Kofi Annan to work on canceling the so-called "no fly zones" in north and south Iraq, which have been imposed by U.S and U.K since 1991.
Iraq-UN, Politics, 6/3/2000
Eritrea accus Ethiopia of launching air raid near Asab port on the Red Sea
The spokesman for the Eritrea ' s government told journalists in Asmara on Friday that the Ethiopian planes bombarded positions behind the Eritrea's defense lines on the Southern front on Thursday evening, noting that that raid targeted the logistic backing of the Eritreans.
Eritrea-Ethiopia, Politics, 6/3/2000
Sudanese serial killer allegations are baseless, says official news
Bani Al-Aarith Primary Court has continued hearings against Mohammed Adam Omar who is accused of killing and raping a number of women at the Faculty of Medicine of a Yemeni university.
Yemen, Local, 6/3/2000
Movies in Paris biennial Arab cinema festival
Two Moroccan movies will be screened at the 5th Paris Biennial Arab cinema festival scheduled this June 30 through July 9 at the Arab World Institute in Paris.
Regional, Culture, 6/3/2000
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Moroccan and Spanish interior ministers, Ahmed El Midaoui and Jaime Mayor Oreja, will review next week in Spain issues related to cooperation in the control of migratory flows. A statement of the Spanish home department said after private talks, the two ministers will head a meeting between delegations of the two countries and will cover cooperation in drug trafficking control and preparations for the return home of Moroccan expatriates in Europe for summer holidays.
The Iraqi news agency said that the Russian President Vladimir Putin promised in a message he addressed to the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to work on lifting the imposed sanctions on Iraq - saying that Putin assured that his country will continue its efforts against the sanctions on Iraq according to principles and charters of the international law - assuring that Moscow will do its best to enhance the Russian - Iraqi friendship.
Soleiman Majid El-Shahin, the Kuwaiti state minister for the foreign affairs said that the developments in the peace process in M.E and the relations among the members countries in Damascus Declaration states will be on top of the subjects of the foreign ministers' agenda meeting tomorrow - saying that the continuation of the ministerial meetings of the declaration countries confirm that the Damascus Declaration is alive and well."
Jordan's King Abdullah II has accepted President Clinton's invitation for a working visit to Washington June 6. The meeting will also provide a useful opportunity to exchange views on regional and international issues, including the Middle East Peace Process, a US statement said.
Libyan President Muammar al-Qaddafi has received written messages from Presidents of Zambia, Angola and Comoros in which they stressed their country's backing for the establishment of the African federation. They praised the efforts made by Libya to settle disputes in the African continent.
Secretary general of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Nayef Hawatmeh, is paying starting this Saturday a several-day visit to Morocco at the invitation of the Organization for Democratic and Popular Action (OADP). Hawatmeh, who will be leading a large delegation, will visit the southern city of Laayoune where he will meet Moroccan officials, NGOs and executive of political parties.
The Omani Telecommunications Company (OTC) has announced it has extended GSM roaming service to the Republic of Finland and the Indian State of Kerala.GSM subscribers will now be able to use their telephones while in these countries, the Oman News agency said today.
The exchange trade volume between Middle East and Hong Kong during 1999 reached 3.5 billion dollars. A press statement issued by Hong Kong trade development council for the occasion of opening its regional bureau in Dubai said that Hong Kong's imports from the area have increased to 1.3 billion dollars during the first quarter of the last year - referring that opening the regional bureau of the area in Dubai aims at enhancing and developing the commercial relations with M.E area in addition to the long run plan to exist in the promising markets like Middle East and South East Asia.