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Before investigating him, Syrian company director disappears
The Syrian al-Baath ( party) daily, mouthpiece of the ruling party in Damascus, said Monday that the director general of one of the public sector's companies has disappeared after investigations started regarding " frozen debts estimated at 300 million Syrian pounds ( $ 6 million)."
Syria, Politics, 8/6/2002
Al Ahdath Al Maghribia: 76% of Moroccans deem political parties necessary for democracy
Some 76% of Moroccans deem political parties necessary for the democracy building, according to a poll.
Morocco, Politics, 8/6/2002
Two Iraqi ministers visit Araar center on Saudi border
The Iraqi minister of commerce and housing, Maan Abdullah Sarsam, on Monday visited the border center in Araar, south west of the country, to be briefed on the work progress in preparations for opening this border crossing very son.
Iraq-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 8/6/2002
Plans for 9 new Israeli settlements in the occupied Syrian Golan
The Israeli forces are removing the remains of a Syrian village to the north of the occupied Golan in order to build a new settlement of 150 houses.
Syria-Israel, Politics, 8/6/2002
Musharraf, Bin Alawi discuss conditions in Iraq, Palestine
Bin Alawi's visit to Pakistan comes just four days after Pakistan had delivered five- Pakistani made planes of "Super Moshak " type to Oman, in an official ceremony in Islam Abad in a implementation of a deal the two countries signed in December 2001. The Pakistani made "Super Moshak" plane are used
Oman-Pakistan, Politics, 8/6/2002
Khartoum refuses to include the opposition in peace negotiations
The Sudanese ruling National Congress Party has supported its government's rejection to include groups from the opposition coalition in the next round of negotiations the government will have with the rebels movement.
Sudan, Politics, 8/6/2002
Sudanese rebels: Sudanese army statements are mistaken
The Sudanese news agency said that the Sudanese government has accused the Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA) of preparing an attack against government's position in southern Sudan. The agency added that the government has warned that the government army will strongly retaliate any attack by the rebels.
Sudan, Politics, 8/6/2002
Qaddoura, al-Shara review with Khouri Syrian- Lebanese relations
The speaker of the Syrian People's Assembly ( parliament ) Abdul Qader Qaddoura on Monday received the secretary general of the Syrian- Lebanese higher council Nasri al-Khouri.
Syria-Lebanon, Politics, 8/6/2002
Iran will refuse Iraqi refugees if Iraq is attacked
The Iranian minister of the interior Abdul Wahid Lari on Monday announced that his country would refuse to receive Iraqi refugees in case an American attack is launched against Iraq.
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 8/6/2002
Jordan denies exporting Israeli goods to Saudi Arabia
The secretary general of the Jordanian ministry of industry and trade Samer al-Taweel on Monday denied news reports stated by Saudi dailies on exporting Israeli goods to Saudi Arabia through Jordan.
Jordan-Saudi Arabia, Economics, 8/6/2002
Israel arrests Hamas official in Jenin
The Israeli army on Sunday arrested the official for the Hamas movement in Jenin, the West Bank.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 8/6/2002
Total Israeli closure of West Bank, two Palestinians killed
The two Palestinians Khaled Seif and Muhammad Farrouneyah were shot by the Israeli soldiers in Burqa village near Nablus upon breaking into one house.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 8/6/2002
Four persons wounded in clashes in Ein al-Helweh, Lebanon
A Palestinian source said on Monday that four persons were wounded on Sunday evening in a fire exchange that took place between Palestinian Islamists in Ein al-Helweh camp for the Palestinian refugees near Sidon, the largest of Southern Lebanese cities.
Lebanon, Local, 8/6/2002
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Baghdad has received a message from the Arab League affirming the organization rejection to military threats on Iraq and commitment to the country's territorial integrity, independence and sovereignty. "The resolution the Arab leaders adopted at the March summit affirmed their categorical rejection to any attack on Iraq or threat on its safety and security, being a threat to Arab national security," the message said.
Saudi Arabia's King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz on Monday at his residence in Geneva received the secretary general of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC )Abdul Rahman Bin Hamad al-Ateyah, and reviewed with him latest developments on the Gulf, Arab, Islamic and international arenas especially the Palestinian question.
A Jordanian paper said on Monday that an official at the US navy ruled out any resumption of the inspection operations of ships heading from to the Gulf of al-Aqaba, to the south of Jordan, in order to prevent the smuggling of the Iraqi oil.
The Yemeni media and press union has stressed its stand in support with the Egyptian journalist Ibrahim Nafe, chief editor of the Egyptian al-Ahram paper and the chairman of the Arab journalists Union and its condemnation for the summoning him up by the supreme court in Paris and accusing him of provoking hatred against the Jews.