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Al-Assad confers with Greek foreign minister
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday at the Damascus al-Shaab palace received the Greek foreign minister George Papandreau and members of the accompanying delegation.
Syria-Greece, Politics, 10/15/2001
Mubarak: Egypt does not seek war but keen to enhance development
In an interview with the Israeli TV broadcast late Sunday, Mubarak said that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and the Israeli government should lift the siege of the Palestinians and implement the Mitchell report, adding this should have been done months ago.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 10/15/2001
King starts tour in central and southern Morocco
Morocco's King Mohammed VI started on Sunday a tour in Moroccan central and southern provinces by visits to the cities of Rommani, Khemisset and El Hajeb.
Morocco, Politics, 10/15/2001
Al-Assad meets with Egyptian party officials
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday afternoon at the Damascus al- Shaab presidential palace received the chairman of the unionist progressive national coalition party in Egypt Khaled Mohey Eddine and the party's secretary general Rifaat al-Saeed.
Syria-Egypt, Politics, 10/15/2001
Maher: Sharon is masterminding useless campaign against Egypt
Egyptian Foreign Minster Ahmed Maher asserted that Israeli Premier Ariel Sharon is currently waging a campaign against Egypt and that such a vicious campaign would be in vain as the whole world acknowledges the pivotal role played by Egypt and President Hosni Mubarak.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 10/15/2001
I don't believe that Americans would attack Arab Countries
In his full dressed interview with members of the Secretariat General of the Arab Journalists Union at the Presidential Palace yesterday, President Mubarak welcomed the new stance of US President George Bush and his declaration that a Palestinian State should be set up.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 10/15/2001
Princess Lalla Meryem Launches Nationwide Immunization Campaign for Children and Women
Princess Lalla Meryem (sister of Morocco's King Mohammed VI) launched on Sunday at the Middle Atlas mountains city of Ifrane a nationwide immunization campaign targeting women in procreating age and children against several diseases such as tuberculosis, diphtheria, polio, measles, tetanus, whooping cough, and hepatitis B.
Morocco, Health, 10/15/2001
Austrian president to visit Syria
Austrian President Thomas Klistel said he will visit Syria to know President Bashar al-Assad. This was expressed in the Saudi daily al-Watan on the occasion of the Austrian President's visit to Saudi Arabia which started on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia-Austria, Politics, 10/15/2001
Mubarak meets Mayor of London on British investments
The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Sunday met Mayor of London David Howard, who arrived in Cairo on a four-day visit.
Egypt-UK, Economics, 10/15/2001
Morocco appoints honorary consul in Aleppo
Morocco has appointed Mohamed Alae-Eddine Kiali as its honorary consul in the Syrian city of Aleppo and opened a new consulate there.
Syria-Morocco, Politics, 10/15/2001
Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak meets with governors
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak, who chairs the National Women's Council, said that branches of the council in the governorates were set up to act as national mechanisms to coordinate among the authorities concerned with women's rights in each governorate.
Egypt, Culture, 10/15/2001
Saudi- Eritrea border demarcation
The President of Eritrea Asyass Afourki has described results of his talks with the Saudi officials during his recent visit to Riyadh as fruitful and successful.
Saudi Arabia-Eritrea, Politics, 10/15/2001
On Egyptian- American relations
The French news bulletin weekly NNA said that Egyptian- American relations are not better than the American - Saudi relations, noting that the US administration is not pleased with statements the Egyptian President
Egypt-USA, Politics, 10/15/2001
Israeli forces assassinate one of the Hamas cadres
The Israeli government has continued the assassination operations against the Palestinian national cadres, taking tougher measures in the occupied Arab territories.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 10/15/2001
Blair for reviving the ME peace
British Prime minister Tony Blair has renewed his commitment to reviving the Middle East peace process. He also vowed to work for lifting the suffering of the Iraqi people and not to expand the scale of the current war against Afghanistan.
Regional-UK, Politics, 10/15/2001
Turkey, Jordan against the transfer of US military acts from Afghanistan to Baghdad
The Turkish daily Millet issued on Sunday said that the Jordanian King Abdullah II and the Turkish President Ahmad Nacdet Cezar stressed during their talks on Saturday to recommend Iraq for avoiding stances that will result in increasing the US reactions and thereby the transfer of military operations from Afghanistan to Baghdad.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 10/15/2001
Chinese ambassador denies his country to have warned Chinese to travel to the ME
The Chinese ambassador in Riyadh Wao Si Ka has denied news reports which banned the travel of many countries' citizens in the Middle East by its planes following the recent attacks at the US.
Regional-China, Politics, 10/15/2001
Arab ambassador in Prague concerned over hostilities against Arabs in the Czech
The council of the Arab ambassadors and Arab diplomatic missions accredited in Prague expressed concern over the behavior of the majority of the Czech mass media and its avoidance to trace reality in holding equal between terrorism on the one hand and Arabs and Muslims on the other
Regional-Czech Republic, Politics, 10/15/2001
Lebanese resistance intercepts Israeli warplanes
The air defense unit at the Lebanese national resistance on Sunday intercepted the Israeli warplanes upon its violation of the Lebanese sovereignty in the airspace of South Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 10/15/2001
Israeli sources regret recent statements by Mubarak, Maher in criticizing Israeli policy
Sources at the Israeli foreign ministry have criticized statements recently made by President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and the Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher in which they criticized Israel's policy and stances.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 10/15/2001
Morocco honor guest at Monaco international fair
Morocco-Monaco, Economics, 10/15/2001
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At least some 22 persons were killed and many more wounded on Saturday during violent confrontations between warring militias in Makadishu.
The Israeli radio said on Saturday that the spiritual leader of the Lebanese Hizbullah party Muhammad Hussein Fadlullal will continue his struggle against the Israeli occupation despite the fact that the Lebanese resistance is listed as a terrorism sponsor organization.
A presidential decree was issued Saturday referring 85 members of A1 Jihad grouping to the military general prosecutor to try them before a military court.
Ukraine's foreign minister Anatoly Zenko has announced that his country decided to evacuate its embassy in Damascus.
A high ranking Sudanese leading figure in the Sudanese opposition coalition abroad unveiled that there are Nigerian efforts to convene a national conference to settle the Sudanese question with the participation of the political forces representing both the Sudanese government, opposition coalition and the Ummah ( nation) party.
The Security departments of the Palestinian Authority on Sunday arrested several activists of the Palestinian Intifada in occupied Nablus. The Israeli Hebrew language radio said that most of the detainees are members of the Palestinian resistance movement ( Hamas). The radio added that more detention acts will be made against activists of Hamas and the Islamic Jihad in several Palestinian towns and villages.
The Israeli Hebrew language radio said on Sunday that the US administration sent a message to Tel Aviv stressing that it will not cancel the names of Syria and Iran from the list of terrorism sponsor states.
The Israeli daily " Jerusalem post" said on Sunday that it seems the US is asking Syria at the meantime to cooperate in chasing al-Qaeyda organization headed by Osama Bin laden, besides keeping conditions on the Lebanese- Israeli border calm.
Israeli sources in Tel Aviv on Sunday expressed their regret over the visit to be held today ( Monday) by the chairman of the Palestinian Authority Yasser Arafat to Britain and the consent of the British prime minister Tony Blair to meet with him.
The Israeli TV said that Israel has closed its embassy in the Mauritania's capital Nouakchott temporarily and that the Israeli ambassador Freedy Eitman returned back to Tel Aviv after the end of his mission.
The Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon on Sunday made a telephone call with the US secretary of state Colin Powell and informed him with what he called the series of facilitation made by the Israeli government in the West bank and Gaza. He did not disclose the nature of these facilitation.