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Bahrain: a government of 18 ministers
As expected, the new Bahraini government was formed without any change in what is called "leading positions," with the introduction of 6 new ministers and foundation of certain ministries.
Bahrain, Politics, 11/12/2002
Al-Jazeera: Western source denies deal with Damascus over voting for recent UN resolution
A western diplomatic source in Damascus denied the US to have had finalized any deal with Syria for her voting on the UN Security Council recent resolution concerning Iraq.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 11/12/2002
Lack of trust in inter-Arab relations weakens Arab position, Moroccan fm
"The trust crisis" which marks inter-Arab relations and the differences opposing certain Arab states contribute to weakening Arab position and adversely impact inter-Arab solidarity and joint action, Moroccan foreign affairs and cooperation minister, Mohamed Benaissa, said on Monday.
Regional-Morocco, Politics, 11/12/2002
Iraq: five persons killed in a Kurdish- Islamic confrontation
Five persons were killed in a clash between Kurdish fighters in Iraq and an armed Islamic group said to be have links to al-Qaida organization.
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 11/12/2002
Calm returns back to Maan
An official Jordanian source said that calm has been returning to the southern city of Maan in Jordan to which Jordanian security forces entered in order to arrest an outlaw group inside the city.
Jordan, Politics, 11/12/2002
Leaders of the Somali factions call on Washington to release al-Barakat Bank assets
The participants in the Somali conference for national reconciliation in Aldourit, Kenya yesterday called on Washington to release the assets of the Somali al-Barakat bank whose sums were frozen one year ago following the events of September 11, 2001 in the USA.
Somalia-USA, Politics, 11/12/2002
New warning for American citizens in Kuwait
The American citizens in Kuwait received a new warning from the US embassy of likely attacks in revenge of the death penalty sentence to be executed in Virginia this week against one Pakistani convicted of killing two agents for the CIA in 1993.
Kuwait-USA, Politics, 11/12/2002
Israel criticizes the European Union
The Israeli government has strongly criticized the European Union member states and accused the European states of not making enough efforts to urge the Palestinian to halt the operations and the resistance acts against the Israeli occupation.
Palestine-European Union, Politics, 11/12/2002
One Palestinian infant killed, nine wounded in Israeli tanks bombardment in Gaza
Five Palestinians were wounded yesterday in Israeli Apache planes bombardment against Asqoula area in al-Zeitoun quarters in Gaza, while Israeli officials threatened more operations against the Palestinian people.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/12/2002
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The Iraqi foreign minister Naji Sabri has expressed his satisfaction over the meetings of the council of the Arab foreign ministers and the resolutions which were taken by the Arab foreign ministers in their Cairo's Sunday meeting in reflecting the will of the Arab states to rejecting the war and committing to the Arab rights and preserving Iraq's sovereignty and independence.
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt yesterday in Cairo discussed with the Arab league AL chief Amr Moussa results of the emergency meeting of the Arab foreign ministers which was held in Cairo on Sunday and the decision issued by the ministers concerning Iraq and the Arab inclination in dealing with the recent UN security council resolution concerning Iraq.
Lebanese prime minister Rafic Hariri yesterday in Beirut stressed that the Israeli position is not encouraging for peace. During his meeting with the US delegation currently visiting Lebanon at the invitation of the work team for the sake of Lebanon "Task Force ," including officials at the US Congress, al-Hariri stressed the importance of peace for Lebanon and its future.
The Israeli forces stationed inside al-Ramtha position inside the Shebaa farms carried out a mopping up campaigns by machine guns yesterday targeted the valleys and plains surrounding the said position.
The Sudanese charge de affairs in Nairobi, al-Dardeiri Muhammad Ahmad al-Fateh, has stressed that the current peace negotiations between the Sudanese government and the rebels on Sunday discussed the issue of sharing resources.
Some 150 members of the Lahd hireling militias and their families demonstrated yesterday morning before the UN organization building in Tebries settlement in Israel.
Some 11 Saudi cattle importing establishments from Sudan sent notifications to Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz and to the Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in which they protested against the Saudi billionaire prince al-Walid Bin Talal monopolizing the exportation of the Sudanese cattle.