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King of Bahrain renews backing to Morocco's territorial integrity
King of Bahrain, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, who started on Thursday a visit to Morocco said Bahrain stood firmly beside Morocco in its efforts to maintain sovereignty over its territories.
Morocco-Bahrain, Politics, 8/2/2002
Baath leaders in opposition celebration in Damascus
A statement issued by the unlicensed "Hizb al-Itohad and al-Ishtiaki, al-Arabi and Demokarti" (the Democratic Arab Socialist Federation party) on Thursday said that two members of the leadership of the Damascus branch of the Baath Party attended a celebration by the party on the occasion of the July Revolution anniversary ( of Egypt's Abdul Nasser.).
Syria, Politics, 8/2/2002
Mubarak: we strongly stand with Sudan's unity
Egypt has stressed it stands "strongly" for Sudan's unity and efforts aiming at "fixing this policy and achieving stability in the context of a one strong country."
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 8/2/2002
Qatar: disagreement with Saudi Arabia will not affect relations
Qatar on Thursday played down its differences with Saudi Arabia, noting that it is a "misunderstanding" which will not affect relations.
Saudi Arabia-Qatar, Politics, 8/2/2002
Nature reserves in Siwa and New Valley officially decreed
Egypt's Prime Minister Atef Ebeid decreed that the nature reserves in Siwa, Marsa Matrouh Governorate, besides the New Valley be officially established.
Egypt, Environment, 8/2/2002
Iraq abstains from celebrating Kuwait invasion anniversary
Iraq has abstained from celebrating the anniversary of its invasion of Kuwait, in remarks to its desire to open a new page with its "southern neighbor," at a time when the American threats have been escalated to topple the ruling regime in Baghdad, while the Arab states have called for taking practical measures to withstand these threats.
Iraq-Kuwait, Politics, 8/2/2002
Kuwat: we are ready to face likely developments
On the wake of the 12th anniversary of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, Kuwait's first deputy prime minister and minister of foreign affairs Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah stressed that his government takes all necessary measures to withstand possible developments in the region.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 8/2/2002
Al-Riyadh: Saud al-Faisal visits Iran tomorrow
The Saudi daily al-Riyadh said yesterday that Saudi Arabia's foreign minister Prince Saud al-Faisal will start tomorrow a one day visit to Iran in order to hold talks there on the regional conditions.
Saudi Arabia-Iran, Politics, 8/2/2002
Outstanding Lockerbie issues talks between Libya, South Africa
South Africa's foreign minister who arrived on Thursday in Libya said she will discuss with Libya's Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi the Lockerbie issue and the sanctions imposed on Tripoli.
Libya-South Africa, Politics, 8/2/2002
Palestinian PFLP denies Jordan's expulsion of Saadat's wife
The People's Front For Liberation of Palestine has categorically denied press allegations which stressed that the Jordanian authorities had expelled from Jordan the wife of the secretary general of the front Ahmad Saadat.
Jordan-Palestine, Politics, 8/2/2002
Iraq for resuming talks with UN
Iraq on Thursday renewed calls for resumption of talks with the UN saying that dialogue is the only means to settle the bottleneck faced on the issues of sanctions and weapons inspections.
Iraq, Politics, 8/2/2002
Syria appoints 27 diplomats in 24 countries
Well-informed sources in Damascus said that the Syrian foreign minister Farouk al-Shara appointed 27 diplomats in 24 capitals, only four of them are to Arab states, while the others were accredited to East Asia, Europe and southern American.
Syria, Politics, 8/2/2002
Amnesty International says UN report on Jenin underscores need for investigation in Israel's human rights
Amnesty International says the UN report released on Thursday to investigate whether Israel committed massacres during its incursions in the Palestinian town of Jenin underscores the need for a thorough, on-the-spot investigative inquiry into reports of serious human rights abuses that accompanied the Israeli army incursions into Jenin and other cities last April.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 8/2/2002
Two Palestinians homes demolished by Israeli forces
The Israeli forces on Thursday broke into several villages and towns in the West Bank and Gaza included Jaba, and Beit Jala where two houses were demolished, one of which was owned by Palestinian Hazem Atta Youssef.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 8/2/2002
Large fire in the Golan
A large fire erupted on Wednesday afternoon in an Israeli settlement in the Golan that extended to cover more than 20,000 dunnums of natural pastures and fruit trees.
Syria-Israel, Local, 8/2/2002
Dutch globe-trotter ends in Casablanca campaign for Moroccan disabled children
The 32-year old man, who says he has fallen in love with Morocco which he had visited as a tourist, has been preparing for four years his challenge to raise funds for the "Save the Children UK-Morocco program."
Morocco, Local, 8/2/2002
UN report on Israel's attack of Palestinian town of Jenin- Part 1
Here is the full report of the Secretary-General prepared pursuant to UN General Assembly resolution ES-10/10, regarding the Israeli attack on the Palestinian town of Jenin.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 8/2/2002
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The Syrian prime minister Muhamad Mustafa Miro issued a decision that provides for licensing Rashad Kamel to issue a scientific weekly to be published in the city in Damascus under the title "digitals in the Arabic language," and Ma'moun al-Hallaq to issue an "advertising magazine" in the name of business directory to be issued in Damascus in both Arab and English languages.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI hosted on Thursday at the Royal palace of Tetuan a dinner in honor of representatives of non-governmental organizations in the region of Tangiers and Tetuan. King of Bahrain, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, who is paying a visit to Morocco, was present at the dinner.
Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has called for ensuring international protection for the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territories. He stressed the need of finding out a just and comprehensive solution for the Palestinian question.
The Syrian army chief of staff Lt. Gen. Hassan Turkmani on Thursday at his office in Damascus received the Lebanese army chief of staff Fadi Abu Shaqra and members of the accompanying delegation.Issues of mutual concern were reviewed.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, who was accompanied by Prince Moulay Rachid, received on Thursday at the Royal Palace of Tetuan, two terminally-ill Moroccan children living in the Netherlands. The two kids, Farah Al Khadir and Othmane Al Haros, had expressed the wish to meet the king.