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Mubarak rules out the eruption of war in the ME
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt has stressed his commitment to peace despite the deterioration of conditions in the occupied lands. He ruled out the possibility of war between Egypt and Israel.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 12/1/2000
Al-Shara confers with Aziz, Moratinos
The Syrian foreign minister farouk al-Shara on Thursday in Damascus received Iraq deputy prime minister Tareq Aziz.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 12/1/2000
Three Palestinians killed on Thursday's confrontations
In its escalation of its aggressive war against the palestinian people, Israel has deployed additional forces to the West Bank and Gaza strip in order to tighten the military and economic siege its has imposed on the occupied Palestinian territories since more than two months.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 12/1/2000
Al-Bashir: the door is open for those who want to return back to Sudan
Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir has stressed the return back of al-Sadeq al-Mahdi to the country has proved practically that the door is open for all and that the opposition outside the country and carrying of weapons are no more justified and that the homeland welcomes all those who want to return back.
Sudan, Politics, 12/1/2000
Al-Assad discusses with Bweiz, Hawi conditions in the region, Israeli escalation
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Thursday at al-Shaab palace received member of the Lebanese parliament and former foreign minister Fares Bweiz.
Syria-Lebanon, Politics, 12/1/2000
Moussa: 8-member committee meets in Damascus on November 10
Egypt's foreign minister Amr Moussa has called for ensuring all forms of backing to the Palestinian uprising. He stressed that the reasons that led to the eruption of the uprising are still there, namely the continued Israeli occupation of the Arab territories.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 12/1/2000
Tunisian president calls for enhanced inter- Arab relations
The Tunisian President Zein al-Abidin Bin Ali has stressed that it is the duty of the Arab states to up their relations to the level that meets the expectations of their peoples to integration and rapprochement.
Tunisia-Regional, Politics, 12/1/2000
Lahoud discuss with Berri economic situation, Israel violations against Lebanon
The Israeli warplanes on Thursday once again violated the Lebanese airspace especially the South lebanese areas. The Lebanese president discussed with the speaker of parliament Nabih Berri conditions in South Lebanon in light of the Israeli escalation and latest developments concerning regional condition.
Lebanon, Politics, 12/1/2000
Head of sahrawi republic post, telephone returns to Morocco
The director of the post and telephone company of the So-called Sahrawi republic (SADR) returned to Morocco on Friday in response of the royal call: "the country is clement and forgiving."
Morocco, Politics, 12/1/2000
New mexican president gets message from king Mohammed
New Mexican president Vicente Fox Quessada received a message from King Mohammed VI.
Morocco-Mexico, Politics, 12/1/2000
Iraq stops oil pumping though Turkey
A spokeswoman for the Turkish " Butas " company for oil and gas said today ( Friday) that Iraq on Thursday evening stopped its oil exports through the Turkish port of Jeihan.
Iraq-Turkey, Economics, 12/1/2000
Government adopts law creating social foundation for education staff
The government adopted on Thursday a law creating a social works foundation of the education and training staff, to which 2% of the education and higher education departments salary mass was allotted.
Morocco, Education, 12/1/2000
Syria joins the agreement to establish the International Criminal Court
Syria on Wednesday joined the agreement provided for the establishment of the International criminal court whose constituent was adopted in Rome in 1998, and this decision was based on Syria's care to develop the international law and its commitment to international legitimacy and the UN charter.
Syria, Politics, 12/1/2000
Government decries information published by Le Journal weekly
The government decried information published by Le Journal Weekly, terming them as "a serious attempt against constitutional institutions and the great symbols of Morocco."
Morocco, Politics, 12/1/2000
International investigation commission on Palestine starts proceedings Dec.11
The international investigation commission on violence in Palestine will start proceedings on December 11, a Palestinian official source said.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 12/1/2000
Morocco rules out currency devaluation
Morocco on Thursday ruled out projects to devaluate its national currency, Dirham ($ 1 = roughly 11 Dirham).
Morocco, Economics, 12/1/2000
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A Jordanian plane landed on Thursday evening at Baghdad's airport coming from Amman in the first commercial flight it carried since ten years. The Jordanian Airbus A 310 plane landed at Saddam's international airport following a flight which lasted for 1.30 hours.
A Tunisian official source said today ( Friday) in Tunis that President Zein al-Abidin Bin Ali had discussed with the chairman of the Palestinian Authority Yasser Arafat the situation the Palestinian people suffer.
India reaffirmed its support to the Palestinian people in their legitimate aspirations for peace and justice and their inalienable right to a homeland, says a message by Prime Minister A.B. Vajpayee on the occasion of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people.
All cephalopod fisheries will stop as of January 1 for a three-month biological reprieve to help replenish stocks between Boujdour and Lagouira (southwestern Atlantic shores), says a release of the fishery department. The biological rest period might be extended to April should the national halieutic Research institute (INRH) deem it necessary, the release points out.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI chaired here Thursday evening at the royal cabinet a work session on preparations for the Child International Summit slated for September 2001 at the United Nations.
A Swedish citizen held by one of the Yemeni tribes since November 12 was released on Thursday, news reports in Sanaa said.
Libyan leader Mu'ammar al-Qaddafi on Tuesday evening in Tripoli received the chairman of the Palestinian Authority Yasser Arafat and members of the accompanying delegation who started a visit to Libya earlier in the day.