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Lahoud: Lebanon needs international support to example for tolerance
While the Lebanese Hizbullah party condemned the Canadian authorities banning of the party's activities inside its territories, the Lebanese President Emil Lahoud said that Lebanon has challenged terrorism and is against terrorism calling on world countries which believe in peace and justice to ensure to Lebanon all support in order to be the country of moderation and tolerance.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 12/13/2002
Hariri confers with Larsen on ME issues
Hizbullah stressed that the Canadian decision came in response to the American and Israeli conditions in the framework of their campaigns "against Arabs and Muslims and countries which do not accept to be subjugated to the American will."
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 12/13/2002
Morocco, Senegal to set up joint business bank
The official deplored, however, that trade between Morocco and Senegal are still short of the desired levels and of the excellent political ties binding the two nations.
Morocco-Senegal, Economics, 12/13/2002
Al-Shara confers with Indian FM
Syria's Foreign Minister, Farouk al-Shara received in Damascus yesterday the Indian Deputy Foreign Minister, Ragendra Abhanicar and an accompanying delegation.
Syria-India, Politics, 12/13/2002
Morocco-Spain: no date fixed for return of ambassadors to respective posts (Moroccan fm)
Morocco's Foreign Affairs and Cooperation minister, who held on Wednesday meetings in Madrid with Spanish peer, Ana Palacio, said that "no date was set for the return of Ambassadors to their respective posts (in Madrid and Rabat."
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 12/13/2002
Abu Dhabi fund agrees on setting up model farm in Toshka
Abu Dhabi fund for economic development has endorsed a plan to set up a model farm on an area of 1000 feddans in Toshka to serve in the implementation of the third phase of Toshka project.
Egypt-United Arab Emirates, Economics, 12/13/2002
Moussa: AL recognizes Kuwaiti bitterness, but Iraq is in danger
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa said on Wednesday the pan-Arab organisation is trying to study details of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's latest address in an effort to contain -any more tensions.
Regional-Kuwait, Politics, 12/13/2002
Regional workshop of eco- tourism development and planning in the Syrian Steppe
FAO is organizing a regional workshop on " Planning and development of Eco- tourism in the Syrian Steppe." on December 15 through 17 in Palmyra. Representatives from Arab states including Jordan, Lebanon, Bahrain, Egypt, Oman and Syria are taking part.
Syria-Regional, Economics, 12/13/2002
Rumsfeld in Qatar: our interests in the area not limited to oil
The US defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld has denied that oil is the driving force behind Washington's policy in the Middle East and its fight against terrorism. He called for patience over the Iraqi announcement on weapons. He made his remarks during his inspection yesterday of the American leadership center in Qatar which might be used in case an attack is waged against Iraq.
Qatar-USA, Politics, 12/13/2002
Washington received an Algerian request to buy weapons
The US has announced that Algeria expressed desire to buy American military equipment but did not accept or refuse this request.
Algeria-USA, Politics, 12/13/2002
American forces reinforce presence in Kuwait
The arrival of American forces continues to Kuwait where these forces are positioned in camps deployed in the desert and intensified training at the border lines with Iraq.
Kuwait-USA, Politics, 12/13/2002
Iraq will present a list in the names of scientists
The chairman of the Iraqi national control department, lt. Gen. Husam Muhammad Amin, said that Iraq will hand over to the UN, at its own request, a list including names of Iraqi experts who will be interrogated about the military programs of Baghdad, according to UN security Council resolution no. 1441.
Iraq, Politics, 12/13/2002
Pope John Paul II calls on Israeli President to ensure access to Bethlehem
During his meeting with the Israeli President Moshe Katsav in the Vatican yesterday, Pope John Paul II called for ensuring the liberty of having access to Bethlehem on the occasion of the Christmas.
Israel-Vatican, Politics, 12/13/2002
Six Palestinians killed in new Israeli carnage in Gaza
The Israeli forces committed a new crime against the Palestinian people which claimed the life of five Palestinians when these forces opened fire at them near al-Mintar crossing in Gaza. The Israeli radio said, admitting the crime, that no weapons were found near the bodies of the five Palestinians.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 12/13/2002
Apache injects $250 million investments in oil, natural gas
Egypt's Prime Minister Atef Ebeid yesterday received Raymond Plank, Chairman of the Board of multi-national Apache Corporation for Oil and Natural gas.
Egypt, Economics, 12/13/2002
Celebrations in Sinai to mark the Anniversary of St. Catherine
The monastery's library contains the second largest collection of illuminated manuscripts consisting of some 3,500 volumes in Greek, Coptic Arabic, Armenian, Hebrew, Slavic, Syriac and Georgian. It also has rare copies of the Bible dating back to 1577, 1587, 1598, 1604 and 1636 AD, the monastery's spokesman and conference coordinator, Tony Kazamisa said.
Egypt, Local, 12/13/2002
Washington urges its citizens in Kuwait to be cautious
The American embassy in Kuwait has urged its citizens in the country to avoid public places and residential areas where large aggregations for western citizens do exist following the occurrence of two incidents in one residential complex..
Kuwait-USA, Politics, 12/13/2002
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