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King Mohammed holds meeting with Amir of qatar
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, who was accompanied by prince Moulay Rachid, held a meeting this Saturday with the Amir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani, who is on an official visit to the kingdom.
Morocco-Qatar, Politics, 10/28/2002
Failing to change Qathafi's position, AL chief consults Arab leaders on Libya's withdrawal from AL
The secretary general of the Arab League AL Amr Moussa has started consultations with the Arab leaders over Libya's request to pullout from the AL after he had failed to convince Tripoli to backtrack from its decision.
Libya-Regional, Politics, 10/28/2002
Returning back Kuwaiti archive to complete by Wednesday
The chairman of the second department at the Iraqi foreign ministry Ghassan Mohsin Hussein has expected the operations of returning back the Kuwaiti archive from Iraq to be finished by next Wednesday.
Iraq-Kuwait, Politics, 10/28/2002
Ar'ar border between Iraq, Saudi Arabia opens Wednesday
The Iraqi trade minister Muhammad Mahdi Saleh will open on Wednesday the Ar'ar complex near the borders with Saudi Arabia through which the Saudi goods exported to Saudi Arabia will pass for Iraq, in the framework of the "oil for food" program, besides the two states have recently agreed to establish a free trade zone.
Iraq-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 10/28/2002
Mashakos negotiations deal with sharing authorities; Eritrea regional accusations
Meantime, Eritrea on Saturday accused Yemen, Sudan and Ethiopia of conspiring against it and imposing a regional isolation on it in order to topple the regime of President Asyas Afourki.
Sudan, Politics, 10/28/2002
Kuwaiti booklets: Kuwait sold Filka island to the USA
Security director of Kuwait university, Hassan al-Rabei'a, has submitted a warning against two female students at the faculty of medicines under the charges of circulating publications that provoke unrest among students and against the US, speaking about the heroism of "Anas al-Kandari" and "Jasem al-Hajiri" -- the two young Kuwaitis who attacked a position for the American forces in Filka island.
Kuwait-USA, Politics, 10/28/2002
Some 35 Kurdish parties discuss Iraq's constitution
The chairman of the Kurdistani democratic socialist party, Muhammad Haji Mahmoud, said that the representatives of 35 Kurdish parties started in Iraq's Kurdistan yesterday a panel of discussing a federal project in Iraq, and the draft constitution they will propose to the Iraqi opposition parties after approving it in the united Kurdish parliament.
Iraq, Politics, 10/28/2002
Burns in the UAE after Yemen, Oman
The American envoy to the Middle East, William Burns, started yesterday a visit to Abu Dhabi in the course of a regional tour concentrating on the Arab- Israeli conflict.
United Arab Emirates-USA, Politics, 10/28/2002
Gulf defense ministers meet today on strengthening military coordination
The defense ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states will discuss today in Muscat, Oman, means of strengthening and developing military cooperation among their member states.
Gulf, Military, 10/28/2002
Bousta: Turkish officials on the creation of a Kurdish state in northern Iraq
The Turkish officials who supervise planning of the Turkish police in northern Iraq stressed that it is impossible for the Kurds of northern Iraq to declare their independence, or to subjugate Karkouk city under their control and make of it a capital for them, unless they obtain the support of Washington, Damascus, Tehran and Ankara.
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 10/28/2002
Al-Torgoman: establishment of brokerage back offices
Negotiations are currently taking place with three large world institutions of brokerage back office management from France, Sweden and UK, for establishing a national company for managing brokerage companies' back offices with the contribution of the Egyptian Stock Exchange (ESE), Chairman of Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchanges (CASE), Sameh El-Torgoman said.
Egypt, Economics, 10/28/2002
US official: US-Morocco free trade agreement project reflects Morocco's strategic importance
The projected US-Morocco free trade agreement reflects Morocco's strategic importance in the era of trade globalization, said in Washington Friday Mary A. Trace, deputy-chair of the U.S. national foreign trade council (NFTC).
Morocco-USA, Economics, 10/28/2002
Representatives of the three monotheistic religions: Occupation causes all calamities which befall Palestine, Israel
The representatives of the three monotheistic religions, Islam, Christianity and Judaism, asserted their absolute backing to Alexandria first communiqu?.
Regional-Palestine, Religion, 10/28/2002
Three Israeli military men killed in Palestinian operation; Israelis kill 4 Palestinians in storming houses
The Palestinian resistance forces yesterday carried out a "suicide" operation at a fuel station at the entrance of Arbeil settlement to the north of the West Bank that resulted in killing three Israeli soldiers and wounding other 30.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/28/2002
First conference, exhibition on investment at stock exchange starts
"The exhibition, held on the sidelines of the conference, would offer a live demonstration on transactions and the rule of management in monitoring operations and protecting investors' rights," El-Torgoman added.
Egypt, Economics, 10/28/2002
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The Somali armed groups have signed an immediate cease fire agreement and agreed for forming a federal government yesterday during the national reconciliation conference on Somalia that has been ongoing since the mid of October in Kenya.
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak yesterday discussed with the speaker of the Lebanese parliament Nabih Berri developments of conditions in the Middle East under the American threats to launch a military attack against Iraq, the continued Israeli aggressions against the Palestinian people and means of coordinating Arab stances challenging the Arab nation.
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak yesterday discussed with Bahrain crown prince on current conditions as well as bilateral relations and means of supporting and boosting them at all levels.
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak yesterday in Cairo confered with the Russian envoy for the Middle East peace process Andre Vodovin on the deteriorated conditions in the occupied Palestinian territories in light of the continued and grave Israeli escalation against the Palestinian people.
The London- based al-Hayat daily reported yesterday that there are ongoing Syrian- American contacts to arrange for the second session of political dialogue in the first week of January, 2003.
Bahrain's prime minister Sheikh Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa has called on countries of the region to work for avoiding an American military attack against Iraq.
Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, is expected in Morocco next Monday for an official three-day visit at the invitation of King Mohammed VI, it was officially announced in Rabat. Mubarak will be accompanied by his spouse.
The Syrian deputy premier and foreign minister Farouk al-Shara yesterday arrived back in Damascus after presiding over the Syrian side to the meetings of the 10th session of the joint Syrian- Saudi higher committee which concluded its deliberations on Saturday in Riyadh. Also arrived back with al-Shara is the minister of the economy and foreign trade Ghassan al-Rifa' and his companions.
Iraq yesterday reemphasized that there is no need to issue a new resolution by the UN Security Council concerning work of the UN inspectors in Iraq. Iraq also considered the American efforts inside the UN as aiming at finding legitimate pretexts to launch war against it.
The Yemeni foreign minister Abu baker al-Qurabi has renewed his country's position in rejecting the idea of resorting to force against Iraq. He stressed the need of giving an opportunity for the UN inspectors and warned that any attack against Iraq will result in grave consequences and will be only conducive to increasing tension and destabilizing the region.
President B. Musharraf of Pakistan starts today an official visit to Saudi Arabia.
The Kuwaiti acting foreign minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah yesterday received a message from the Russian foreign minister Igor Ivanov relating to bilateral relations and issues of mutual concern.
Chief of staff of the first military zone in Algeria, Gen. Maiza, said that there are still in Algeria 600 to 650 armed active Islamists in the outskirts of the main Algerian cities out of 27,000, registered since the beginning of the acts of violence in 1992.