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Regional, Reflection, 12/19/2000
Notable competition in the Sudanese presidential, parliamentary elections
The voting process for the Sudanese Presidential and parliamentary elections had its 6th day on Monday with remarkable competition on several voting provisions, centers and provinces especially in the villages and the rural areas whereas slowness was prevailing other centers especially in the capital al-Khartoum.
Sudan, Politics, 12/19/2000
Yemeni President, Jordanian King visit Saudi Arabia
A Yemeni diplomatic source in al-Riyadh said on Monday that the Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh will arrive tomorrow in Jeddah in a visit which will last for two days to perform al-Omra rituals.
Saudi Arabia-Yemen, Politics, 12/19/2000
Muslims ,Christians live in harmony in Egypt
Helmy stressed the national unity and alluded to the Egyptians' strong faith and commitment to freedom. He reaffirmed that Muslims and Christians enjoy the same rights and have the same obligations.
Egypt, Culture, 12/19/2000
Press union flatly turns down draft press code
The union said the text maintains government powers to seize, confiscate and ban publications instead of leaving the task to justice insisting it should be amended to provide for more freedom and promotion of profession.
Morocco, Politics, 12/19/2000
Turabi party: Sudan is a police state in need of change
The Sudanese "People's National Congress party" which is led by Hassan al-Turabi has strongly criticized the Sudanese government and described it is a "police state," while al-Turabi himself also strongly criticized the authorities and stressed that the Sudanese people are determinant to "change it."
Sudan, Politics, 12/19/2000
2000 year of Egyptian women
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak on Monday stressed that the year 2000 was considered the year of Egyptian, women due to the revolutionary accomplishments realized along that the year as regards women is march, especially the setting up of the National Council for Women.
Egypt, Culture, 12/19/2000
Peace with Israel conditional on ceding Arab territories
Osama A1-Baz, Egypt's Presidential Political Advisor said the statements given by Colin Powell, the Secretary of State in the new Bush Administration on Israel and its security do not trouble us as they are meant for local consumption since he is a farsighted man who believes in scientific techniques in tackling issues.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 12/19/2000
Ruler of Bahrain vows to establish an elected parliament
The ruler of Bahrain Sheikh Hamad Bin Issa al-Khaleifa on Saturday vowed in a speech he delivered on the occasion of the country' s national day to establish two councils, including a parliament and this is to be made through elections in this " conservative Gulf state."
Bahrain, Politics, 12/19/2000
Lahoud renews rejection of settling the Palestinians in Lebanon
Lebanese President Emil lahoud on Sunday stressed that Lebanon is committed to the right of the Palestinians' return back to their lands and the establishment of their own independent state with Jerusalem as a capital, noting that he will not accept under any condition to settle the Palestinians in Lebanon.
Lebanon-Palestine, Politics, 12/19/2000
Three Palestinians were killed on Monday's confrontations
Amid Palestinian calls to escalate the anger against the Israeli occupation and rejection to bargain the national rights, demonstrations and confrontations continued on Monday in various parts if the west bank and Gaza strip.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 12/19/2000
Moussa terms talks with Scharping on ME peace, bilateral ties as useful
Egypt's Foreign Minister Amr Moussa termed his meeting with German Minister of Defense Rudolf Scharping as "useful". It tackled the Middle East problem, the situation in the Mediterranean and Euro-Egyptian, Euro-Arab and Euro-Mideast relations.
Egypt-Germany, Politics, 12/19/2000
Mubarak confers with German defense minister
German minister of defense Rudolf Scharping has underlined the key role played by Egypt in the Middle East peace process, noting that this very Egyptian role is uncompensated and the peace process can not continue without Egypt.
Egypt-German, Politics, 12/19/2000
Mubarak reviews performance rate of mega-projects
Egypt's President Mubarak yesterday presided over a ministerial meeting for following-up performance rate in the project of northwestern Gulf of Suez.
Egypt, Economics, 12/19/2000
Reconciliation ends confrontations in the Syrian city of al-Sweida
One of the chiefs ( social dignitary figure) of Sweida ( Southern district in Syria) has announced that a reconciliation will be made on Friday in the province to put an end for the confrontations which erupted in November between the citizens and the Nomadic Bedouins and resulted in killing 20 persons.
Syria, Local, 12/19/2000
Morocco and Slovakia sign protocol for consultations between foreign ministers
Foreign ministers of Morocco and Slovakia, Mohamed Benaissa and Eduard Kukan, signed in Rabat on Monday an agreement instituting periodic consultations between the two heads of diplomacy.
Morocco-Slovakia, Politics, 12/19/2000
Algeria confirms that 16 students were killed
The Algerian security forces has officially confirmed that 16 students were killed and other 6 wounded in an attack carried out by a terrorist group on Saturday evening against a vocational school at al-Medya city, 80 Km to the South of the Capital Algiers.
Algeria, Local, 12/19/2000
Ivory Coast to open an Embassy in Libya
The secretary general of the people's general committee for African unity affairs Ali Abdul salaam al-Tureiki on Monday in Tripoli met the minister of the Interior in the " Ivory Coast" Dodi Emil, currently visiting Libya.
Libya-Ivory Coast, Politics, 12/19/2000
A foiled attempt of high-jacking a plane at Dubai airport
The United Arab Emirates UAE police on Monday foiled a high0 jacking attempt of a plane owned by the Pakistani Airline company Pea carried out by an Egyptian at Dubai's airport.
United Arab Emirates, Local, 12/19/2000
Khartoum hopes to have more understanding from the Bush administration
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has congratulated the US President elect George W. Bush. A Sudanese governmental source said that Khartoum hopes to have the rule of the new US President George Bush a further understanding for pending issues in the relations between the two countries, stressing " the readiness of the Sudanese government to deal seriously and to maintain a dialogue with the new US administration so as to explain and clarify the points of differences in the relations between the two countries.
Sudan-USA, Politics, 12/19/2000
Egypt stresses independence of international criminal court
"Egypt supports establishment of an International Criminal Court that has a full-independent judicial capacity away from political considerations and double standards," said Ambassador Ahmed Abul-Gheit, Egypt's Permanent Delegate to the United Nations (UN).
Regional, Politics, 12/19/2000
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Djibouti's ambassador in Cairo and its representative at the Arab League Muhammad Omar Youssef has stated that conditions in his country restored back normalcy following the failed cope attempt carried out by Lt. Gen. Yassin Babah Ghaleb, the chief of the police on December 7th.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, Amir Al Muminine, chairs today one more of this year's Ramadan lectures aired on Moroccan radio and television networks. Sheikh Mohamed Hassib Nahwi, chairman of the cultural and Islamic grouping of Mauritania probes "ways to get closer to God, the Unique and Generous, through faith, Islam and spiritual life."
President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyane received in Abu Dhabi Monday at "Al Bahr" palace Morocco's Prince Moulay Rachid who handed him a message from king Mohammed VI. The Emirati news agency WAM said the message conveyed congratulations from the Moroccan king for the recovery and return home of the ruler.
Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat said the kingdom made "historical decisions" in favor of the Palestinian people. Erekat is in Washington to resume talks with Israel.