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Egypt: 'Computer for every student' projects
The price of computers will be paid in installments over years and will be added to the monthly electricity bill.
Egypt, Education, 9/26/2002
Entry visas canceled between Sudan, Libya
The Sudanese TV has stated that cancellation of entry visa has been decided between Libya and Sudan as from mid November of this year in implementation of the integration protocol between the two states.
Sudan-Libya, Politics, 9/26/2002
Morocco has evidence of Spain's repeated violations of its territory
However, he went on, we could not keep silent after what happened on Sunday on the eve of the scheduled Moroccan-Spanish meeting, as a Spanish helicopter violated the Moroccan airspace and landed on the Moroccan Mediterranean islet of Taourah, under the pretext that a Moroccan ship was near the small island.
Morocco, Politics, 9/26/2002
Liberte: Algeria was behind creation of Sahara issue, Youssoufi
Algeria was behind the creation of the Sahara issue, Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi told an Algerian daily on Wednesday.
Algeria-Morocco, Politics, 9/26/2002
Qatar's FM discusses with French peer ME question, Iraqi crisis
Qatar's foreign minister Sheikh Hamad Bin Jasem Bin Jaber al-Thani has discussed with France's Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin at the French foreign ministry headquarters in Paris international and regional issues of mutual concern especially the Middle East question and the Iraqi crisis.
Qatar-France, Politics, 9/26/2002
Rebels accuse Khartoum of launching attacks on three fronts
The Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) accused the Sudanese government yesterday of launching large scale attacks since five days against their positions on three fronts.
Sudan, Politics, 9/26/2002
Al-Rai al-Am: Jordanian- Kuwaiti security talks
The Kuwaiti daily al-Rai al-Am said that the director of the Jordanian general intelligence Lt. Gen. Saad al- Kheir arrived in Kuwait last Sunday in a secret visit which lasted for three hours during which he met with the Kuwaiti minister of the interior, Mohammad Khalid Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, and the assistant secretary for the state security affairs Mashaal al-Jarrah.
Jordan-Kuwait, Politics, 9/26/2002
Italy, Austria concerned over the situation in ME
Italy and Austria have expressed their great concern over developments taking place in the Middle East. They stressed that the military force cannot be solutions for existing problems in the region.
Palestine-European Union, Politics, 9/26/2002
Italian deputy foreign minister arrived in Damascus
The Italian deputy foreign minister Alfredo Manitka arrived in Damascus on Tuesday in a visit lasting for two days during which he holds talks with several Syrian officials on bilateral cooperation relations and the developments of conditions at the regional and international levels.
Syria-Italy, Politics, 9/26/2002
Joumoreyat: Iraqi opposition meeting in Nafshheir in Turkey
The Turkish daily Joumoreyat noted on Wednesday to the meeting to be held by Iraqi opposition representatives which is considered the first of its kind in Nafshheir in Turkey in the central part of Anadolia on Friday. It is organized by the Iraqi research and studies institute, whose headquarters is in Ankara.
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 9/26/2002
Six Palestinian youth wounded, 11 arrested by the Israeli forces
Israeli soldiers bombarded by dynamite the house of the Palestinian Mahmoud Talal al-Namoura, whose two sons Anyas and Akram were arrested following attacks one of which resulted in killing one Israeli army officer in a bomb explosion. Some 15 persons used to live in the house which is composed of three floors and situated in al-Doura town near Hebron.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 9/26/2002
Kurds of al-Qaida organization surrendered
The official in the Kurdistani national federation, Adel Murad, said yesterday that 11 members in an extremist Kurdish group suspected to have links to al-Qaida organization surrendered themselves to the Kurdish forces in northern Iraq.
Iraq, Politics, 9/26/2002
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Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak yesterday concluded a short visit to Saudi Arabia lasting several hours where talks with the Crown Prince Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz dealt with developments taking place in the Middle East region, foremost being the Palestinian issue and the sufferings of the Palestinian people and their leadership, and the efforts made to achieve just solutions for this issue, besides developments and accelerated events taking place in the region the Saudi official news agency said.
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak yesterday in Cairo discussed with Kenya's President Daniel Arap Moi latest developments concerning the deteriorated conditions in the occupied Palestinian territories as a result of the continued and grave Israeli escalation against the Palestinian people and the tense conditions on the Sudanese arena as well as bilateral relations and means of developing and supporting them.
Ministers of water at the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states will discuss on Saturday in Muscat, Oman, means of strengthening cooperation and integration among the GCC member states in the field of water cooperation.
Syrian vice president Abdul Halim Khaddam on Wednesday received the chairman of the higher council of the Bulgarian socialist party and members of the accompanying delegation. Discussions dealt with the tense situation in the region and Palestinian conditions.
Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi said Morocco is ready to develop relations with Iran in all fields. Youssoufi's statements were reported Tuesday by the Iranian TV channel following a meeting he had with Iran's telecommunication minister, Ahmad Moatamedi, in Marrakesh on the fringes of the 16th plenipotentiary conference of the International Telecommunication Union.
Israeli political sources said that there are no differences in the views held by Israel and the US concerning the continued siege imposed on the Palestinian Authority headquarters in Ramullah.
The Turkish daily Sabah said on Tuesday that a high ranking official representing the Turkish army chief of staff paid on Monday a sudden visit to the Turkish foreign ministry during which it called for accelerating the diplomatic attempts on closing al-Kahbour border Gate, as most of the current border trade revenues through this gate passes go to the Kurdistani Democratic party led by Masoud al- Barazani and the Kurdistani Federation party led by Jalal al-Talibani.
Military sources in Kuwait said on Wednesday that a force representing the American navy has prepared in Kuwait on Wednesday to carry out annual maneuvers, besides US forces which are trained near the borders with Iraq.
An African mini-summit on the situation in Cote D'Ivoire, which was scheduled to be held in Marrakesh on Thursday, was put off, says a communique of the office of Gabon's president Haj Omar Bongo, currently on a private visit to Morocco.
The Saudi foreign minister prince Saud al-Faisal on Tuesday evening in Riyadh met with the chairman of The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations John Duke Anthony and members of the accompanying delegation.
One of the remarkable Islamic leaders in Southern Sudan, Ahmad Mahjoub Haj Nour, who is also one of the judges whose name was linked to the phase of implementing the Islamic Sharia in 1983 under the rule of the former Sudanese President Jafaar al-Numeiri, was killed on Wednesday.
A plane for the ministry of agriculture in Saudi Arabia crashed on Tuesday in Jazan area to the southern part of Saudi Arabia and this resulted in the death of its pilot.
Preparations for Opera Aida are undergoing at Egypt's Giza plateau for the show on October 10th. The world event attracts world attention as the show will include world known Opera figures from Italy, France , Spain and Egypt.