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Slobodan Milosevic puts God on trial
Slobodan Milosevic, the deposed Yugoslav leader accused of starting wars and causing massacres against civilians has been jailed and sent for trial for the crimes he committed against humanity.
Regional, Editorial, 6/29/2001
Morocco reforms press code
A government council meeting, chaired by premier Abderrahmane Youssoufi, adopted on Thursday a draft law amending the press code Dahir (Royal decree).
Morocco, Politics, 6/29/2001
Khaddam: modernizing legislative framework, openness, are Syria's two main objectives
In the framework of the state visit Syrian President Bashar al-Assad carried to France, the Paris's chamber of commerce and industry on Wednesday called for a plenary meeting included several high ranking officials of economic activists and large number of Syrian, Arab and French businessmen.
Syria, Politics, 6/29/2001
Saudi crown prince in Paris
The French president Jacques Chirac on Thursday received the Saudi crown prince Abdullah at al-Elysee palace and the two sides held separate talks followed by a dinner banquet.
Saudi Arabia-France, Politics, 6/29/2001
Powell reaffirms U.S. commitment to full Mitchell report
US Secretary of State Colin Powell reaffirmed U.S. commitment to the Mitchell report "in all of its aspects and elements" and called for an end to violence in the region so that the task of "restoring confidence and trust" between Israelis and Palestinians can begin.
Palestine-USA, Politics, 6/29/2001
Ghoushe ends his relations with Hamas and then Jordan approved his return back from Bancock
Jordan on Thursday agreed to the return back of Ibrahim Ghoushe, the official in the Islamic Hamas movement to Amman after he had agreed to stop any relation with this movement.
Jordan, Politics, 6/29/2001
Moscow rejects the US- British proposal on sanctions on Iraq
Moscow has renewed its position which supports Iraq on the British- American project concerning the sanctions on Iraq, and warning it will use the veto against this project if it will be submitted to the UN Security Council.
Iraq-Russia, Politics, 6/29/2001
Morocco, Kuwait set up high joint commission
Morocco and Kuwait signed in Rabat on Thursday an agreement creating a high joint commission which is to hold its first session in 2002 in Kuwait City.
Morocco-Kuwait, Politics, 6/29/2001
A Saudi delegation in Jordan to discuss the establishment of a free trade zone
A Saudi delegation including representatives for both the private and public sectors will pay a visit to Jordan next week to discuss the draft agreement to establish a free trade exchange zone between the two states, according to the Saudi daily al-Watan in its Thursday's issue.
Saudi Arabia-Jordan, Economics, 6/29/2001
Mubarak role in the peace process is indispensable
President Mubarak discussed with Secretary of State Colin Powell ways of implementing Mitchell committee proposals as soon as possible in order to overcome the current crisis in the Middle East and to re-launch negotiations between the Israeli and Palestinian sides.
Egypt-USA, Politics, 6/29/2001
Arab Red Crescent, Red Cross societies: King Mohammed calls for enhanced support to victims of 'Israeli war machine'
"The situation in the occupied Arab territories is deteriorating. Violence is prevailing and the Israeli war machine is torturing and besieging the unarmed Palestinian people, in violation of the provisions of the international humanitarian law, namely the 1949 Geneva Convention," the king underlined
Morocco-Palestine, Politics, 6/29/2001
Israeli forces violate the blue line near al-Mattella
The Israeli occupation forces violated the blue line facing al-Matella settlement in South Lebanon and installed a second wire outside the blue line of a depth of 8 meters into the liberated Lebanese territories.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 6/29/2001
Israel escalates attacks against the Palestinians, one woman settler killed
With the continued meeting held by the US secretary of State Colin Powel in the Palestinian territories with officials concerned, confrontations continued in the occupied Palestinian territories as attacks on Thursday were escalated by the Israeli army against the Palestinians who retaliated.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/29/2001
Egypt, Romania cooperate in agricultural, juducial domains
The protocol covers future cooperation aspects between Egypt and Romania, especially in the economic, technical, investment, industrial, energy, power, agricultural, transportation and tourist fields.
Egypt-Romania, Politics, 6/29/2001
EU officials seek fast track for Egypt's Association agreement
European officials are hoping for a speedy ratification process for the Egypt-European Union (EU) Association agreement signed on Tuesday in Luxembourg.
Egypt-European Union, Politics, 6/29/2001
A funeral for the Egyptian actress Suad Hosni in Cairo
A large funeral was held on Thursday in cairo for the renowned Egyptian actress Suad Hosni who died in London on Friday following along struggle with diseases and depression at 59 year old.
Egypt, People, 6/29/2001
Lebanon rejects to link the fate of the detainees in Israel
The Lebanese Hizbullah Party asked for the release of the Lebanese detainees held in the Israeli jails and all other Arab and Palestinians held in the Israeli jails as well as for Israel to hand over the maps of mines the Israeli forces implanted in South Lebanon before its pullout on May 25, 2000.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 6/29/2001
Beshara: resistance is a legitimate right
The Palestinian intellectual Azmi Beshara ( who is a member of the Israeli Knesset) has stressed that resistance is a legitimate rights for the Palestinian people, adding that the accusations addressed to him by the Israeli judicial consultant during investigations with him on Wednesday are groundless.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/29/2001
Five persons killed in police confrontations with Somali militias
Five persons were killed at least and other 20 wounded most of them civilians, following clashes between the Somali police and the militia which opposes the new Somali government, led by Hussein Aideed to the north of Makadishu.
Somalia, Politics, 6/29/2001
EU trade commissioner meets Moroccan employers
The restructuring must not be perceived as a punctual operation, but must be operated in the frame of a sustained, permanent process to adapt economy and enterprise to the new globalization data, the CGEM members said calling the EU to foster assistance to this process.
Morocco-European Union, Economics, 6/29/2001
Roman cemeteries in Qana
The Lebanese excavation official at the directorate of antiquities and museums Ali Badawi said that Roman tombs were found on Wednesday near the Lebanese town of Qana in South Lebanon.
Lebanon, History, 6/29/2001
International Institutions welcome positive annual growth of Egypt's economy
Egyptian Economy and Foreign Trade Minister Youssef Boutros Ghali is continuing his tour of six European states to promote Egypt's investments, market exports and find the best terms to offer Egypt's bonds in American dollars.
Egypt-European Union, Economics, 6/29/2001
Egypt's Armed forces ready to shoulder the duty of defending father land
Egypt's Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Commander -in -Chief of the Armed Forces and Minister of Defence and Military Production, said that the armed forces shoulder the sacred duty of defending the land and all the sanctities of Egypt and its civilization.
Egypt, Military, 6/29/2001
Mrs. Mubarak follows up developing special needs schools
The meeting took up a plan for developing Cairo governorate schools for children with special needs, which aims at providing educational, health, social and psychological care for those children.
Egypt, Culture, 6/29/2001
WB denies allegations on money laundering
A top World Bank official yesterday denied that the international lending agency mentioned Egypt in any of its documents or reports on money laundering.
Egypt, Economics, 6/29/2001
Arab shipping company realizes 40.7 million dollars in net profits
The Arab shipping company said Thursday it posted US$ 40.7 million in net profits last year thus boosting its financial position and pumping overall profits to US$ 43.1 million.
United Arab Emirates, Business, 6/29/2001
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The Mufti of the Lebanese republic Sheikh Muhammad Rashid Qabbani on Thursday discussed with the deputy chairman of the higher Shiite Islamic council Sheikh Abdul Ameer Qabalan general conditions in Lebanon and the region in light of the escalated Israeli aggressions and threats. Sheikh Qabbani and Sheikh Qabalan stressed the unity between Syria and Lebanon as a must to eliminate the Israeli conspiracies, stressing that" strong and united Lebanon will be able to confront and foil Zionist projects."
The Lebanese prime minister Rafiq al-Hariri on Thursday received a message from his French counterpart Lionel Jospin conveyed by the French ambassador in Lebanon. Jospin stressed France's determination to help Lebanon in the negotiations currently made with the European Union on signing the European- Lebanese Association Agreement.
A Jordanian official governmental source said on Thursday that Ibrahim Ghoushe, the official spokesman for the Hamas movement had left Amman's international airport on Thursday, at his own wish and desire and choice for Bancock in Thailand. The source added that the Jordanian government will issue later a statement to this effect.
A government meeting held on Thursday, under the chairmanship of premier Abderrahmane Youssoufi, adopted a draft communal charter in tune with deep variations in Morocco and progress in human rights.
India is holding in Casablanca July 4-5 its first textile exhibition in Morocco, with the participation of 25 enterprises. The exhibition is sponsored by the Synthetic and Rayon Textiles Export Promotion Center of India, the Indian embassy in Morocco and the Moroccan association of textile and apparel industries (AMITH).