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Egypt: Morocco and Algeria can agree on vision to settle dispute over Sahara
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt arrived in Morocco yesterday for a three-day official visit to Morocco.
Morocco-Egypt, Politics, 10/29/2002
American diplomat assassinated in the downtown, Amman
The US diplomat Laurence Folley was assassinated yesterday morning by an unidentified man while leaving his house for work at the US embassy in Amman.
Jordan-USA, Politics, 10/29/2002
Qatar's FM conveys message from Qatar's Amir to Qathafi
Libya's Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi yesterday received a verbal message from the Amir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa al-Thani on bilateral relations and latest developments on the Arab arena.
Qatar-Libya, Politics, 10/29/2002
Al-Watan: First Saudi trade delegation to pass through Ar'ar crossing on Thursday
The Jdidat Ar'ar border opening between Saudi Arabia and Iraq will on Thursday witness the passage of the first Saudi trade delegation including 101 businessmen and representatives of Saudi companies in an initiative which marks an actual inauguration of this crossing which has been closed since the second Gulf war, 12 years ago
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Economics, 10/29/2002
Washington officially asks for using the Saudi bases
Saudi Arabia's defense minister prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz yesterday in Riyadh received chief of staff of the American joint forces Gen. Richard Mayors in the second day of his visit to Saudi Arabia for asking the Saudi authorities to use its military bases in launching a war against Iraq
Saudi Arabia-USA, Politics, 10/29/2002
Rashid's gas field production hit 320 million cubic feet daily
This puts Rashid area on Egypt's petroleum map as one of the most important economic zones on the international map and as a center and a main harbour for the production, treatment and liquefying to natural gas then exporting it to the European countries.
Egypt, Economics, 10/29/2002
Egypt, Jordan sign ten economic, trade agreements
The Egyptian-Jordanian Higher Committee yesterday wrapped up meetings of its 18th session with the signing of several agreements, protocols and memoranda of understanding.
Egypt-Jordan, Economics, 10/29/2002
AL chief calls for an emergency meeting for Arab FM s
The secretary general of the Arab league AL Amr Moussa has announced that consultations are being held at a high level among the Arab states in order to convene an emergency meeting for the Arab foreign ministers within the one or two coming weeks in Cairo in order to discuss the grave conditions in the region, especially in the occupied Palestinian territories and Iraq.
Regional, Politics, 10/29/2002
On Sudan- rebels Mashakos negotiations
Ghazi Salah Eddin, the advisor of the Sudanese President for peace affairs, has stressed that negotiations between the Sudanese government and the rebels movement in Mashakos are proceeding according to the set schedule and that talks are concentrating on the issue of authority sharing.
Sudan, Politics, 10/29/2002
One billion dollars, value of Egypt's investments in Algeria
Egyptian Ambassador to Algeria Abdul Moneim Saudi asserted early in the week on the strong relations binding Egypt and Algeria in various fields of activities.
Egypt-Algeria, Economics, 10/29/2002
Prince Hassan in Ankara to discuss the Iraqi issue
The uncle of the Jordanian King, Prince Hassan, has discussed the likely attack against Iraq with the Turkish prime minister Polent Acawit. He expressed his efforts for the American efforts to "establish peace in the region.," according to the Turkish NTV TV networking yesterday.
Jordan-Turkey, Politics, 10/29/2002
Two Palestinians killed, Israeli forces demolished 13 houses
The Palestinian youth Ahmad Anbas ( 16 year old) was killed by the fire of an Israeli tank in Toulkarem camp when he was with a group of children throwing stomes at the Israeli soldiers at the entrance of the camp, while the Israeli forces, backed by tanks, demolished several Palestinian houses in Rafah after breaking into the area.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/29/2002
Bahrain hosts the Islamic- Christian dialogue conference
A conference on Christian- Islamic conference started yesterday in Bahrain, calling for peaceful coexistence between various countries and religions.
Regional-Bahrain, Religion, 10/29/2002
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Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and the Amir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa al-Thani yesterday held a round of talks at the Presidential palace in Tunisia during which they reviewed issues of mutual concern.
The Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa has stressed that Libya will not walk out side of the Arab League, noting that the Libyan request in this regard which was submitted to the AL was a message expressing frustration over the current conditions.
The Jordanian foreign minister Marwan Muasher and the minister of planning Basem Awadullah yesterday visited the US embassy in Amman where they offered condolences to the US ambassador in Amman Laurence Ghneim who was assassinated earlier in the day in front of his house.
President Alexander Lukashinko of the republic of Belarus (White Russia) and members of the accompanying delegation arrived in Kuwait yesterday in an official visit to Kuwait that lasts for two days during which he will be meeting with the Amir of Kuwait.
The Pakistani foreign ministry announced yesterday that the Pakistani President will pay a two day visit to Saudi Arabia that lasts for two days today with a delay for one day as from the set date. No explanation was given to the reason behind this delay.
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad yesterday in Damascus received the Lebanese tourism minister Karam Karam. Later in the day he also received member of the Lebanese parliament Jan Ebeid. Talks, during the two meetings dealt with issues of concern to both Syria and Lebanon.
The Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa yesterday in Cairo discussed with the speaker of the Lebanese parliament Nabih Berri developments concerning the deteriorated conditions in the Middle East region and the repeated Israeli threats against Lebanon and the Iraq.
The Israeli warplanes yesterday renewed its violations of the Lebanese airspace and sovereignty and flew over several area in south Lebanon and its western Bekaa.
The Saudi army chief of staff Lt. Gen. Saleh al-Mahya yesterday in Riyadh met with the US army chief of joint forces Lt. Gen. Richard Mayors. The meeting was attended by senior officials representing the two sides and discussions dealt with military issues of mutual concern.