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A sudden meeting in Damascus between al-Shara and Tareq Aziz
Tareq Aziz, the Iraqi deputy prime minister, convened with the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus yesterday evening as he delivered a written message from the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 9/26/2000
Bahraini women at the Shoura council for the first time
It has become evident that the Emir's decree to form a new Shoura council in Bahrain will be issued by the end of this week and that the new members will take their constitutional oath before Bahrain's prince Sheikh Hamad Bin Issa al-Khaleifa on September 30 and the council's first session will be held on October 3rd.
Bahrain, Politics, 9/26/2000
Mubarak and Ben-Ami discuss final solution issues on Palestinian track
Egypt has sustained contacts and consultations with the aim of breaking the deadlock of the peace process. Egypt stressed the importance of reaching a final solution that is based on international resolutions and international legitimacy.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 9/26/2000
Egyptian - Saudi free trade signing in Riyadh next month
The joint Egyptian - Saudi committee will be convened next month and it is expected to finalize issues to sign establishing a free trade between the two states.
Saudi Arabia-Egypt, Economics, 9/26/2000
For Morocco, Sahara is no longer decolonization issue
Morocco, Politics, 9/26/2000
Moussa, Ben-Ami explore peace issues
"This round of talks was important because it comes prior to the meeting between Palestinian Leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Premier Ehud Barak as well as the negotiations expected to be resumed between the Palestinian and Israeli negotiators," Moussa added.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 9/26/2000
Moussa participate today in four- fold meeting on Sudan in Kampala
Sudan-Egypt, Politics, 9/26/2000
Work to start very soon at al-Wahda dam
Well-informed sources at the Jordanian ministry of waters and irrigation said that an announcement will be made in October for a bid to qualified world companies to implement al-Wahda dam, at a cost of 140 million Jordanian dinars.
Jordan-Syria, Economics, 9/26/2000
Damascus: the budget of 2001 will be decided before the end of 2000
Syria, Economics, 9/26/2000
Amnesty international submits new human rights education cooperation program to Morocco
Amnesty International has submitted to Morocco a new program to cooperate in human rights education, slated for 200-2009.
Morocco, Culture, 9/26/2000
Princess Lalla Meryem visits Kosovo
Morocco's Princess Lalla Meryem, chairwoman of the social works services of the Royal Armed Forces and acting chairwoman of the National committee of support to Kosovo, is starting this Tuesday a visit to Kosovo.
Morocco-Kosovo, Local, 9/26/2000
Mubarak invited to visit Bulgaria
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak Tuesday received an invitation from his Bulgarian counterpart Petar Stoyanov to pay an official visit to Sofia.
Egypt-Bulgaria, Politics, 9/26/2000
Umma party hold talks to form a new front
Leaders in the opposition Sudanese Umma party revealed that there are communications and meetings by the Umma party with others to establish the opposition framework of the opposition forces' work.
Sudan, Politics, 9/26/2000
Iran stresses strong relations with Syria
The first Iranian vice President Hassan Habibi has stressed Iran's desire to develop and strengthen the existing relations between Syria and Iran and continued bilateral cooperation on the regional and international arenas.
Syria-Iran, Politics, 9/26/2000
A new peace conference in Somalia
Somalia-Libya, Politics, 9/26/2000
Oman joins WTO
Oman's minister of commerce Maqboul Bin Ali Sultan said that his country will join the world Trade Organization WTO on October 10th during the WTO's meeting which will be held in Geneva.
Oman, Economics, 9/26/2000
Libyan cities witness violence from foreign labor
The Libyan government ended their silence following the bloody events which hit many Libyan cities since last Wednesday due to which tens were killed and wounded among whom were nearly 50 Chadi and Sudanese laborers.
Libya, Local, 9/26/2000
Isreali anxiety toward success of Syria's experiment in long- range missiles
Ihud Barak, the Israeli prime minister, expressed his worry concerning the Syrian successful experiment of a surface-to-surface missile with a range of 500 kilometers.
Syria-Israel, Politics, 9/26/2000
Bin Ami discusses with king Abdullah peace process developments
Following his visit to Egypt the acting Israeli foreign minister Shlomi Bin Ami headed yesterday to Jordan where he held talks with King Abdullah II of Jordan that tackled peace process developments.
Jordan-Israel, Politics, 9/26/2000
Nabil Shaath: Israel is far from the peace track
Nabil Shaath, the minister of the Palestinian international cooperation and planning, assured that his country "will not accept what is said that has Israel done its best and we believe that the nearest thing to go to are the borders of June 1967 which Israel did with Egypt and Jordan."
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 9/26/2000
Kuwait officially protests allegation of Iraqi oil theft
Kuwait officially protested at the Arab league against Iraq and its latest threats which it said threatens Kuwait and the gulf states.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 9/26/2000
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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Monday received the Lebanese minister of health Karam Karam and discussed with him issues of concern to Syria and Lebanon. Earlier at 12.30 p.m. President al-Assad received the delegation of the Syrian Socialist National party in Lebanon, led by the party's chairman Ali Qansouh.
Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir today visits Asmara where he will meet with Eritrea's President Asyas Afourki and will meet with the chairman of the Sudanese opposition coalition Muhammad Othman al-Meir Ghani.
Egypt's foreign minister Amr Moussa tomorrow starts an official visit to Tunisia which will last for two days during which he will preside over, together with his Tunisian counterpart Habib Bin Yahya, the meetings of the follow up and political consultation committee in preparation for the annual session of the joint higher committee which is presided over by the Tunisian prime minister Muhammad al-Ghanoushe and his Egyptian counterpart Atif Obeid in Tunisian in March 2001.
Egypt minister of information Safwat al-Sharif said on Monday that Egypt, in her capacity as the current head of the Arab summit, decided to extend invitations to the Arab foreign ministers to meet in Cairo on October 21 and 22 to prepare for and then convene the Arab summit.
A Yemeni official announced on Monday that Libyan President Muammar al-Qaddafi has postponed a visit he had decided to pay this week to Sanaa to take part in the celebrations to be held to mark the 38th anniversary of announcing the Republican system in Yemen.
The London-based al-Hayat daily said today quoting Gulf diplomatic sources that the next summit of the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC, hosted by Bahrain will be held directly after Eid al-Fiter, and most expectedly on December 30 or 31.
The Palestinian President Yaser Arafat and the Israeli Prime Minister Ihud Barak convened a summit meeting between them yesterday evening in an area near Tel Aviv for the first time since the failure of Camp David second summit in last July.
A delegation representing the Organization of the Islamic conference will visit Doha tomorrow to be acquainted with preparations made by Qatar to host the Islamic summit due to be held in November. On September 30, a meeting will be held for the directors of protocols in 56 countries to take place in this summit.
Guinean premier Lamini Sidimi arrived here Monday evening bearing a message from President Lansana Conte to King Mohammed VI.
Senegalese minister of agriculture and livestock Pape Diouf arrived here Monday on a several-day work visit to Morocco.
The Moroccan Royal navy on Monday intercepted off the Tangiers shores a small boat with 29 candidates to illegal immigration on board.