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Gabon renews support to Morocco's territorial integrity
President Bango also requested "the liberation of Moroccan prisoners still detained in deplorable conditions in the camps of Tindouf" in Algeria.
Morocco-Gabon, Politics, 9/12/2002
Al-Joumhoreyah: Hussein threatens to destroy Qatar if Iraq is attacked from it
The Egyptian daily al-Joumhoreyah said in Wednesday that the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein threatened to destroy Qatar if Doha permits the US to use its military bases in attacking Iraq.
Iraq-Qatar, Politics, 9/12/2002
Khatami in Saudi Arabia to perform Omra rituals
The Iranian President Muhammad Khatami started on Wednesday a visit to Saudi Arabia during which he will discuss with the Saudi officials the American threats to attack Iraq, and the situation in the Palestinian territories. Khatami will during this visit perform al-Omra rituals.
Saudi Arabia-Iran, Politics, 9/12/2002
Morocco makes of press liberalization a national issue
The liberalization of the media is a national issue, Moroccan culture and communication minister, Mohamed Achaari, said Wednesday.
Morocco, Politics, 9/12/2002
Fox news: US military central leadership starts moving to Qatar
Fox News network said on Tuesday that the central leadership of the US army will start transferring operation to Qatar from Florida next Friday, a matter which raised possibilities of a military build up in preparation for a likely attack against Iraq.
Qatar-USA, Politics, 9/12/2002
Switzerland proposes promoting cease- fire in Nouba mountains
Switzerland proposed to the Sudanese government and the southern rebels to develop the cease fire agreement between the two sides in al-Nouba mountain, to the southern center of Sudan, into a comprehensive peace.
Sudan-Switzerland, Politics, 9/12/2002
Blair: Iraq will be attacked if it ignores the will of the UN
British Prime Minister Tony Blair said in a speech before the conference of the British Trade Union federation that "there will be a move" against Iraq if it refuses to abide by the will of the UN.
Iraq-UK, Politics, 9/12/2002
UAE to have 'India Window' for business tie-ups
The Indian Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASSOCHAM) Tuesday announced signing an agreement with Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry which will stipulate opening of facilitation desks in respective chambers to enhance trade and promote investments between.
United Arab Emirates-India, Economics, 9/12/2002
Islamic- Jewish dialogue in Los Angeles
The participants in the meeting spoke of their experiences during one year from the aftermath of the attacks and the discrimination they had faced that forced the majority of them to change their appearance to hide anything that shows their religious identity.
Regional-USA, Politics, 9/12/2002
Edward Saaed: Arafat's days are numbered
Palestinian writer Edward Saeed said that the days of the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat among his people "are numbered" at a time when the next Palestinian elections will not bring in any change in the leadership because Arafat is the one who is organizing these elections.
Palestine, Politics, 9/12/2002
Committee to Protect Journalists calls for release of three Journalists detained by Israel
The committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has asked the Israeli government to release three journalists who have been detained since April without being charged with a crime.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 9/12/2002
Arafat government resign, elections set; Ben Eliezer: Military measures fail to impose solution on Palestinians
While the Israeli defense minister Benyamin Ben Eliezer admitted that all Israeli oppressive acts and measures to impose a solution on the Palestinians failed, the European Union called on Israel to lift sanctions and restrictions imposed on the Palestinians, stressing that only a political solution can be an outlet for the sufferings of the Palestinians and the deteriorated conditions in the Palestinian territories.
Palestine, Military, 9/12/2002
Arab-American and Muslim groups express concerns at meeting with Bush
A number of Arab-American and American Muslim groups, including the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), met Tuesday with President George W. Bush to share the national commemoration of the Sept. 11 attacks and to express their concerns.
Regional-USA, Politics, 9/12/2002
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Amir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa al-Thani on Tuesday in Qatar with President of Senegal Abdoulay Wade and members of the accompanying delegation. The two sides reviewed issues of mutual concern and means of supporting them and means of strengthening these relations as well as several regional and international issues of mutual concern.
The chairman of the Iraqi National Council (parliament) Saadoun Hammadi on Tuesday dispatched messages to seven influential members at the US Senate who reject striking Iraq. The messages were sent to members at the US Senate who called not to hurry in taking military measures against Iraq and for the need to discuss this issue with the US Senate before taking a decision for using the force.
The Israeli President Moshe Katsav on Tuesday warned that Israel will rebuff "confidently" any Iraqi attack by missiles targeting it in case a US attack is made against Iraq, which the chairman of the Israeli military intelligence Aharon Farkash considered as "evident."
The Algerian President Abdul Aziz Butaflika said on Wednesday that the whole world is responsible for fighting terrorism.