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Four cooperation agreements between Lebanon, Yemen
By the end of the first day of the Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh to Lebanon, which he extended until tomorrow afternoon, Lebanon and Yemen signed four bilateral agreements.
Lebanon-Yemen, Politics, 12/20/2002
King Mohammed vi visits france to reaffirm Paris-Rabat exceptional strategic partnership
The visit King Mohammed VI's today to France comes to reaffirm both countries privileged and solid relations, as well as their unmistakable commitment to build an exceptional strategic partnership.
Morocco-France, Politics, 12/20/2002
Syria will not take part in UN security council discussion over Iraq 's declaration on weapons
Syria will not take part in the Security Council's discussion over the Iraq's declaration on Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD).
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 12/20/2002
Unified Arab stock exchange: key avenue for common market
A study recently conducted, underlined the need for the repatriation of the Arab investments and benefiting from them in order to serve the interests of the Arab states' citizens, encouraging Arab investment awareness through new mechanisms depending on investment in securities and linking Arab stock exchanges
Regional, Economics, 12/20/2002
Copts welcome Presidential announcement on Eastern Christmas Holiday
Egypt's Copts Wednesday welcomed President Hosni Mubarak's decision to make January 7, the Eastern Christmas, an official holiday for all Egyptians
Egypt, Culture, 12/20/2002
French Defense Minister backs Mubarak's warnings against striking Iraq
the French Minister said that her country was opposed to any military action against Iraq without the approval of the United Nations. She said the United Nations was the only party entitled to decide whether there was a need for a military intervention following examination of the Iraqi weapons report.
Iraq-France, Politics, 12/20/2002
Moussa replies officially Kuwait's message concerning Saddam's speech
A source at the Arab League AL has announced that the AL secretary general Amr Moussa sent on Wednesday a message to the Kuwaiti foreign minister on the speech delivered by the Iraqi President Sadam Hussein last week.
Regional-Kuwait, Politics, 12/20/2002
Kuwait wants change of Iraqi regime
The French defense minister Michele Alliot-Mariot yesterday concluded in Kuwait a tour in the Gulf states which was an occasion to confirm France's desire to avoid a war in Iraq.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 12/20/2002
Younis: Egypt, Jordan to cooperate in power field
The two sides will also tackle means to avail Egyptian experience for the Jordanian side to benefit from in the field of electricity and power and export of Egyptian electric equipment to Jordan.
Jordan-Egypt, Economics, 12/20/2002
Releasing most of customs detainees in Syria
News repors in Damascus said that most of persons held in custody for investigations in cases related to curroption in the performance of the general customs department in Syria we released.
Syria, Politics, 12/20/2002
Hurriyet: Turkish preparations for the war against Iraq
The Turkish daily Hurriyet said Wednesday quoting well-informed sources at the Turkish- Iraqi border area that some 10,000 to 15,000 Turkish troops were deployed on Wednesday along the borders with Iraq and most of them are landing forces. This was in the context of the preparatory works for any military operation against Iraq, the paper said.
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 12/20/2002
Syrian-Russian Economic Cooperation reviewed
Damascus Chamber of Industry Board and Representatives of Ministries of Economy, Industry and Transportation yesterday discussed with the visiting Russian Communist Party delegation the economic relations and the cooperation in the industrial field between Syria and Russia and ways of developing them.
Syria-Russia, Economics, 12/20/2002
London relations with Iraqi opposition; Blair meets al-Barazani and al-Talibani
The British prime minister Tony Blair has discussed with the Iraqi Kurdish leaders in London yesterday the results of the conference the Iraqi opposition held this week, while a meeting for Iraqi opposition has started in Washington to draw the framework for the Iraqi authority following the fall of the regime in Baghdad.
Iraq-UK, Politics, 12/20/2002
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The Omani news agency said yesterday that Sultan Qaboos bin Said will take part in the annual summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC due to be held on Saturday and Sunday in Qatar.
The secretary general of the Arab League Amr Moussa todaywill hold a visit to the Kingdom of Bahrain during which he will be meeting with high ranking officials there. Moussa's talks with the Bahraini officials will deal with preparations for the Arab summit conference due to be held in Manama on March, 2003 as well as various developments concerning Arab conditions.
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa yesterday stressed that stances which Syria's President Bashar al- Assad declared during his visits to London and Paris reflect a strategic view towards Arab causes and express the Arab rejection of any military action against Iraq as well as the continous Israeli occupation of the Arab territories and its aggression on the Palestinian people.
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak yesterday opened the 19th Cairo International Children's Book fair due to remain open up to the end of December with 280 pavilions of 22 Arab and foreign countries taking part in the fair.
The Egyptian minister of state for foreign affairs Feyza Abu al-Naja said yesterday that an American attack against Iraq may lead to Egyptian losses of 6 to 8 billion dollars.
Morocco's minister of Employment, Social Affairs and solidarity, Mustapha Mansouri, disclosed on Wednesday the government's decision to set up a special commission to limit damage caused by Gulf-based Al Najat marine company's bogus 30,000 cruise ship job offers that left adrift as many Moroccan job hopefuls.