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Interior minister proclaims final results of legislative poll (reopens)
Moroccan Interior Minister, Driss Jettou, proclaimed yesterday the final results of the legislative elections, held September 27.
Morocco, Politics, 10/2/2002
Qathafi, Mubarak discuss Palestinian conditions, U.S. threats to Iraq
Libya's Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi and the Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak discussed during their meeting which was held in Sert, Libya the current situation in the occupied Palestinian territories and the American military plans and threats which target the Iraqi people.
Libya-Egypt, Politics, 10/2/2002
American- Israeli military coordination to attack Iraq, UN inspectors chief reaches an agreement with Baghdad
The chairman of the UN disarmament inspectors Hans Blix on Tuesday in Vienna announced that the UN and Iraq have agreed on arrangements for the return back of the UN disarmament inspectors to Iraq and that the inspectors can have access to all positions.
Iraq, Politics, 10/2/2002
Kuwait prepares for any Iraqi biological or chemical attack
American, German an Czech military units stationed in Kuwait started exercises which last for two days with the aim of supporting Kuwait to withstand any biological or chemical attack, according to a statement issued by the American embassy on Tuesday.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 10/2/2002
Despite talks on resumption of negotiations, Sudanese rebels refuse cease- fire
The rebels in southern Sudan led by John Garang announced they will not accept the cease fire in its war against the Sudanese forces, stressing they keep the right to what they called "replying to the attacks by the ( Sudanese ) regime."
Sudan, Politics, 10/2/2002
American official discusses in Saudi Arabia the situation in Gulf region
The Saudi foreign minister prince Saud al-Faisal on Tuesday in Riyadh discussed with the director of the State Department's Policy Planning Staff, Richard Haass, the situation in the Gulf region
Saudi Arabia-USA, Politics, 10/2/2002
Arab, Islamic denunciation to Bush's ratification of bill on Jerusalem as capital for Israel; attacks against Palestinians
US President George Bush ratification of the Congressional bill which considers Jerusalem as a capital for Israel raised angry Arab and Islamic reactions which stressed that this decision is a "violation to the international law and a threat to the Palestinian people, the Arabs and to the Christians and Muslims."
Palestine-USA, Politics, 10/2/2002
Israeli planes violate the Lebanese airspace
Lebanon said on Tuesday that the Israeli planes flew intensively and at low altitude in the Lebanese airspace over Beirut and other parts of the Lebanese territories and that the Lebanese Hizbullah party opened its anti- aircraft missiles against them.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 10/2/2002
Yemen: al-Ahmar's two sons are in prison
Two of the children of the speaker of the Yemeni parliament Sheikh Abdullah al-Ahmar were jailed for investigation at the order to the attorney general following fire exchange which resulted in killing four persons on Sunday in the surrounding of the British embassy in Sanaa.
Yemen, Local, 10/2/2002
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The Russian foreign minister Igor Ivanov and his Chinese counterpart renewed in a telephone call their countries' stance which call for the need of solving the Iraqi crisis by political and diplomatic means and on the ground on UN Security Council resolutions.
Saudi Arabia's King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz has accepted the resignation of the chairman of the public intelligence in Saudi Arabia Lt. Gen. Saleh Taha al-Khseifan.
The ruler of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khaleifa al Thani, who is also the current President of the OIC on Tuesday received the secretary general of the OIC Abdul Wahid Balqaziz. The two sides discussed several issues pertaining to the Islamic world especially the recent events taking place on the international arena.
Kuwaiti crown prince and prime minister, Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah, left Kuwait on Tuesday heading for Britain in a private visit during which he will undergo "medical tests," according to the Kuwaiti official news agency.
Dutch company Haynkin has purchased Al-Ahram Beverages Company (ABC) at a total value of $284,967 million. ABC shares amounts to 20,480 million with a nominal value of L.E. 5 per share. Sold shares represent 98% of total ABC shares.