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Mubarak accuses Sharon of 'bombing' the peace process
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak in conclusion of his visit to France strongly warned the Israeli leaders and accused them of trying to "bomb" the peace efforts when they ordered to launch the bloody raid against Gaza.
Egypt-France, Politics, 7/27/2002
Citizens involvement to make their environment beautiful; Complete environmental database setup
The prime minister also called a national tree-planting project, in which 14 million families would be involved. Each family would be responsible for a tree for ten years, he said.
Egypt, Environment, 7/27/2002
Mubarak - Chirac talks cover Palestinian, Iraq issues
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak held a session of talks at the Elysee Palace yesterday with French President Jacques Chirac, followed by a press conference.
Egypt-France, Politics, 7/27/2002
King Abdullah meets with King Fahd, Sheikh Zayed
Jordanian official sources said that the Jordanian King Abdullah II left Amman Thursday heading for Geneva, Switzerland, marking the beginning of a tour that will last more than one week, centering on conditions in the Middle East. The Jordanian sources added during this tour, the Jordanian king will meet with the US and French presidents and with the British prime minister.
Jordan-Regional, Politics, 7/27/2002
Khaddam, Qaddoumi in Damascus: Sharon is a danger to the USA
Syria's Vice President Abdul Halim Khaddam and the chairman of the political department at the PLO Farouk al-Qaddoumi stressed in a joint meeting in Damascus on Thursday commitment to "resistance as a legitimate right for self defense against the Israeli occupation," considering that the "existence of the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon is a danger on the US and the Israeli people."
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 7/27/2002
Egypt, Sudan talks on trade and citizens movement
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak will receive a message from Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir on bilateral cooperation and continuous efforts to halt violence in the occupied territories.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 7/27/2002
Sahara issue: Morocco can only accept clear cut, unambiguous option
Morocco reiterated it accepts to negotiate on the basis of the framework agreement, brokered by UN secretary general's personal envoy for the Sahara James Baker, but cannot participate in any negotiation on unclear ambiguous proposals on the Sahara.
Morocco, Politics, 7/27/2002
Al-Assad's message to Carlos conveyed by al-Shara
Spanish King Juan Carlos I on Friday at Lasaroilla royal palace in Madrid received the Syrian foreign minister Farouk al-Shara. The meeting was attended by the Spanish foreign minister for foreign affairs.
Syria-Spain, Politics, 7/27/2002
Mubarak briefs al-Shara on efforts to halt Israel's aggression
Egypt's President Honi Mubarak yesterday at his residence in Madrid received the Syrian deputy prime minister and foreign minister Farouk al-Shara
Syria-Egypt, Politics, 7/27/2002
75 percent of Palestinians live under poverty
Director of the Palestinian Health Development Information and Policy Institute Mustafa Barghouthi said on Thursday that 75% of the Palestinians live under poverty line at an average of two dollars per day.
Palestine, Economics, 7/27/2002
Palestinian groups call for continued 'armed struggle'; Damascus meeting
Seven Palestinian groups on Thursday called for "continued armed struggle" against Israel stressing that the meetings of the Quartet committee on the Middle East and the meetings of the Arab ministers with the US President George Bush were in vain.
Palestine-Syria, Politics, 7/27/2002
Algeria: clashes in Qabael area
The Algerian police on Thursday interfered, using tear bombs, in order to prevent a demonstration called upon by Berber activists in Teizi Wzou, the largest of al-Qabael area.
Algeria, Politics, 7/27/2002
Rabat worried at Madrid's attempts to retract on agreement regarding Morocco's kingty
Morocco has voiced concern over Madrid's attempts to retract on what has been settled regarding Morocco's incontestable sovereignty over its air space and territorial waters in the Mediterranean.
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 7/27/2002
France wishes to preserve stability in the region
France wishes to preserve stability in the Maghreb and back the efforts made by James Baker, personal envoy of the United Nations Secretary-General for the Sahara, French foreign minister, Dominique de Villepin, said on Thursday.
Algeria-France, Politics, 7/27/2002
Egypt to sell 170 enterprises
Regarding Egypt's government privatization program, Prime Minister Atef Ebeid said that proceeds from the selloff of 134 companies have reached LE16 billion, and another 170 enterprises are yet to be sold to the private sector.
Egypt, Economics, 7/27/2002
Al-Rai: Iraq ends boycot of Jordanian companies suspected to deal with Israel
A Jordanian official has stated that Iraq ended its boycott of 14 Jordanian companies used to be suspected of establishing trade relations with Israel, after it Iraq made sure that such relations did not exist.
Jordan-Iraq, Economics, 7/27/2002
Moroccan writers' union get new offices
Morocco's King Mohammed VI has donated Morocco's Writers Union (UEM) new offices, meeting thus one of the needs of this cultural institution.
Morocco, Culture, 7/27/2002
Arab bank signs eight loan agreements with eight African countries
The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa signed yesterday loan agreements to boost development plans in eight African countries.
Regional, Economics, 7/27/2002
Emirates carrier denies 'price war' over Casablanca-bound flights
The United Arab Emirates (AUE) airliner denied any kind of "war" over prices for its flights bound to Casablanca, Morocco.
United Arab Emirates-Morocco, Business, 7/27/2002
Israeli tourism down $ 3 billion due to Intifada
The tourism sector in Israel is witnessing a great recession since the launching of the Palestinian Intifada in September, 2000 against Israel, according to statements made by Israeli officials in this sector.
Israel, Economics, 7/27/2002
Halevey to quit Mossad's presidency very soon
Israeli political sources said that Aphraem Halevey, the chairman of the Israeli intelligence, the Mossad, is about to quit his post to become the chairman of the national security council which belongs to the government.
Israel, Local, 7/27/2002
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Egypt's Foreign minister Ahmad Maher said " What happened in Gaza was a massacre and a war crime against humanity and was simultaneously a policy that aims to hinder a settlement."
Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir on Friday headed for Uganda in the recent Sudanese diplomatic efforts to brief the countries of the region on the peace agreement finalized between the government and the Sudanese People's Liberation movement of Sudan in order to end the civil war.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI has sent a message to president of China Jiang Zemin. The message was conveyed to the foreign minister of China, Tang Zia Chuan, by Moroccan minister of territory planning, urbanism, housing and environment, Mohamed El Yazghi, at a meeting Wednesday in Peking.
Egypt's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Fayza Abul Naga said her recent tour to African countries focused on strengthening economic cooperation and the possibility of opening widely the African markets for the Egyptian exports and involving in joint investment projects
The Israeli radio said on Friday said that four settlers were killed and others wounded when Palestinians opened fire at two Israeli cars to the southern East of Hebron. But the radio gave no further details about the incident. The Palestinian Intifada youth also opened fire at an Israeli patrol in Ramullah.