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Village tales: the outlaw
And so the story goes, the adulteress women was brought before him guilty of sin, and they asked that she be stoned. It was the law they wanted observed.
Regional, Essay, 12/25/2002
Bahraini parliament hold its first session
The Bahraini parliament which is composed of 40 parliamentarians elected in October this year, yesterday started its work officially when it held its first session in the first legislative session.
Bahrain, Politics, 12/25/2002
Saudi FM: Prince Sultan base will not be used for attacking Iraq
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister prince Saud al-Faisal has called on the Arab states to work to avoid Iraq any military act, stressing that prince Sultan base in Riyadh will not be used for attacking Iraq.
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Politics, 12/25/2002
Syrian- Iranian joint higher committee meets in Tehran
He expressed gratitude for the invitation extended to him to attend the meetings of the Syrian-Iranian Higher Committee which paves the way for completing the steps on the road of bilateral cooperation in spheres of technology, communication, data as well as in embarking on joint ventures,and strengthening ties between the businessmen of the two countries.
Syria-Iran, Politics, 12/25/2002
Arab industry ministers for an Arab industrial development strategy
At their final meeting concluded in Amman yesterday, the Arab Ministers of Industry proposed the endorsement of an Arab strategy for industrial development.
Regional, Economics, 12/25/2002
AL chief confers with Bin Billa
Following the meeting Bin Billa warned that the US striking of Iraq will be of grave consequences not only against the Iraqi people but against the Arab nation as a whole
Regional-Algeria, Politics, 12/25/2002
New border crossing between Iraq, Iran
A UN official has announced that Iraq and Iran has asked the UN on Monday to open a new border crossing between the two countries in order to facilitate the flow of commodities to Iraq according to the UN "oil for food" program.
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 12/25/2002
Sudan warns British envoy over supporting rebels moves
The Sudanese National Council has strongly warned the British envoy to Sudan Allen Ghoulti over his moves which were described as inappropriate and his support for conferences for the rebels and political forces "behind the back of the Sudanese government."
Sudan-UK, Politics, 12/25/2002
At a Tunisian initiative, A UN Fund to fight poverty, boost development
A decisive step was achieved in the process of materializing the initiative of the Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali on founding an international Solidarity Fund to combat poverty and setting the atmosphere of fraternity among people.
Regional-Tunisia, Politics, 12/25/2002
Lebanon asks Canada to remove Hizbullah from its blacklist
It was officially announced in Beirut that Lebanon has officially asked Canada to remove the name of the Hizbullah Party from its black list of the organizations accused of practicing terrorism.
Lebanon-Canada, Politics, 12/25/2002
Three tracks for Egyptian moves to prevent attacks against Iraq
Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher on Monday said that Egypt is exerting much effort to spare Iraq a military strike.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 12/25/2002
Morocco says it always sought dialogue to settle problems with Spain
Morocco on Tuesday said it has always preferred dialogue and the spirit of entente as the best means to settle problems with Spain.
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 12/25/2002
On the fall of the Christmas, sadness prevails the city of peace, 21 Palestinian houses demolishes in Israeli attacks
The Palestinian Youth Muhammad Fikri Breek ( 14 year old) was shot dead and another one was wounded by the shells of the Israeli tanks to the North of Gaza yesterday, while the Israeli forces demolished some 21 houses during a break in operations by tanks in Rafah camp.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 12/25/2002
Moroccan-Senegalese Air Company Expects 26 Billion CFA Turnover
The Moroccan-Senegalese air company (Air Senegal International -ASI) in which Morocco's state owned carrier holds 51% of shares, expects sales of 26 billion CFA in 2002 (655.9 CFA Frances equal one Euro), compared to 11 billion CFA in 2001.
Morocco-Senegal, Business, 12/25/2002
Cairo museum unveils lost Egyptian treasures
The newest exhibition at Cairo's famed Egyptian Museum features treasures, golden masks, rare statues and early prostheses from the museum's own storehouses and basement.
Egypt, Local, 12/25/2002
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Jordanian economic sources have stressed that the Syrian exports to Jordan increased during the last ten months in the year 2002 by 21 million Jordanian Dinar (JD), amounting to 63 JD this year up from 42 last year A matter that gave Syria the sixth rank in commercial exchange with Jordan.
An official at the Bahraini foreign ministry has stated that the Kingdom will host the Arab summit on March 24, in line with the resolution of the Beirut Arab summit and the need to convene the periodic summit in March every year.
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad received yesterday the Lebanese Deputy Premier Issam Fares. He also received Qatari Minister of Energy and Industry, Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attia who conveyed a message from Amir of Qatar, Shaikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani pertaining to the situation in the region and to bilateral relations, and the field of oil.
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt has called on the US and the Greater powers in the world to work for reaching a just and comprehensive solution for the Middle East question built on international law providing for Israel's complete withdrawal from all occupied Arab territories until June 4, 1967 border lines.
Iraq has handed over to Kuwaiti officials items of Kuwaiti property not related to its national archives, a UN spokesman said in New York. The handover took place Sunday in Umm Qasr with the help of the UN Iraq-Kuwait Observation Mission (UNIKOM).
Saudi Arabia's minister of oil and mineral resources Ali Bin Ibrahim al-Nueimi yesterday in Riyadh met with former Russian minister of energy and the chairman of the federation of oil and gas producers in federal Russia Yuri Shafranik, and discussed bilateral co-operation between the two countries in oil and mineral areas and issues relating to joint gas and investment issues.
Malawian Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ms. Lilian Patel, will start Dec. 27 a three-day visit to Morocco at the invitation of Moroccan peer, Mohamed Benaissa.
The US Oil Company, Apache has succeeded to prospect a new offshore oil well in the Mediterranean Sea. The new well was called King x 2. The second discovery was made by an Italian oil company and British Petroleum. It was called Dragon. The gas well was discovered north of Port Said.
Syria's Culture Minister, Najwa Qassab Hasan received in Damascus yesterday a delegation representing the Chinese Writers Union.
Moroccans are the largest foreign community in Spain, accounting for 15.8% of the 1.57 million foreigners living in Spain, according to figures released on Monday by the Spanish Statistics Institute (INE).