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Bahrain's government resigns for a new one
The government of Bahrain yesterday submitted its resignation in preparation to form a new government that precedes the convening of the legislative council which is due to be held in January 2003.
Bahrain, Politics, 11/11/2002
Scores of wounded, killed persons in Maan, Arabs arrested, the city is besieged
Tension increased in the city after Maan tribes refused the demands of the authorities to hand over 30 men wanted by the authorities. Tension started to escalate following the assassination of Laurence Folley, especially after wounding of the Islamists Muhammad Shalabi
Jordan, Politics, 11/11/2002
Saddam Hussein calls the parliament for an emergency session
Baghdad announced that "it calmly studies" the UN Security Council resolution 1441 which was described by an Iraqi source as "bad and repressive," while no official comment or reaction was made on the said UN resolution, except the call
Iraq, Politics, 11/11/2002
Fatah and Hamas start their dialogue in Cairo
An official in the Hamas movement said on the inauguration of a round of dialogue which started in Cairo on Saturday between representatives for the Fatah and Hamas movements that there is no basic differences between the two movements, noting that the difference is with the Palestinian Authority.
Palestine, Politics, 11/11/2002
AL council calls for including Arab experts in the inspection teams
In conclusion of a meeting which was held in Cairo, the Arab ministerial council called for cooperation between the UN and Iraq and asked the UN inspectors not "to perform any provocative act," suggesting including Arab experts in the UN inspection teams.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 11/11/2002
Al-Ayam: On the Sudanese negotiations
The official spokesman for the rebels movement in southern, Sudan Yasser Araman, has stressed that it is premature to talk about signing an agreement between the Sudanese government and the movement in Mashakos next Saturday, concerning the two issues of dividing resources and authority in the country.
Sudan, Politics, 11/11/2002
The Observer: British intelligence tried al-Qathafi assassination
The British daily The Observer said yesterday that the British foreign intelligence known as MI6 paid large sums of money to a cell that belongs to al-Qaida organization in Libya to assassinate Libya's Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi in 1996 and also foiled several attempts made earlier to arrest Osama Bin Laden or to bring him before the court.
Libya-UK, Politics, 11/11/2002
Blix, Syria and the UN resolution on Iraq
The chairman of the UN inspection team Hans Blix considered that Syria's voting on the new resolution concerning Iraq has reinforced this resolutions and constituted an Arab support to it.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 11/11/2002
An explosion in Ein al-Helweh
An explosion took place in a building including the office of al-Saeqa organization in Ein al-Helweh camp for the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon early morning yesterday.
Lebanon, Local, 11/11/2002
UK Dailies: plans to invade Iraq
The British daily Sunday Telegraph reported yesterday that Britain is preparing to build up an armored force of 15,000 soldiers during this week in order to be a land fighting force which will be sent to Iraq if diplomatic efforts fail to dismantle its weapons.
Iraq, Politics, 11/11/2002
Five Israelis killed in breaking into an Israeli settlement
Five Israeli settlers were at least killed and more than 10 wounded by the bullets of one Palestinian fighter who succeeded in penetrating "Ceputs Mitzer" settlement to the north of occupied Palestine and opened fire at the Israeli settlers at dawn today.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/11/2002
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President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt yesterday discussed with the Iraqi foreign minister Naji Sabri latest developments of the Iraqi issue in light of the recent resolution of the UN Security Council concerning Iraq and means of reaching a political solution for the Iraqi issue.
Qatar has expressed its hope that the UN Security Council resolution 1441 will avoid Iraq and the Guld region a new war and support regional security and stability.
In a message addressed to the Arab League (AL) on November 5th, Iraq accused Turkey of "holding an aggression against it through repeated violations of its airspace in the northern part of the country."