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Morocco readies to authorize private tv channels, radio stations
Morocco on Thursday announced that private TV channels and radio stations can be authorized in the country in the few months to come.
Morocco, Politics, 12/27/2002
Egypt, Saudi Arabia refuse to take part in the war; al-Faisal: we did not ask Saddam to quit
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister prince Saud al-Faisal and the Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher have stressed that their two countries will not take part in any way in acts against Iraq.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 12/27/2002
Tripoli denies recruiting Iraqi scientists; Egyptian and Saudi efforts to keep Libya in the AL
Libya has refused allegations and "lies" launched by the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon, who claimed on Tuesday that Iraqi scientists are working in the area of nuclear industry in Libya.
Libya-Regional, Politics, 12/27/2002
Three Iraqis killed in a raid against Southern Iraq; Questioning head of Technology University
The UN inspectors yesterday made the second special interview with one of the Iraqi scientists working in the Iraqi chemical, biological and nuclear programs.
Iraq, Politics, 12/27/2002
Moroccan-Spanish commissions to meet shortly
The Moroccan-Spanish joint commissions will meet "very shortly" to start implementing the accords reached by the two neighbor countries, Moroccan Communication Minister, Nabil Benabdallah said on Thursday.
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 12/27/2002
Russian Party officials outlines conditions in the region
First Deputy President of the Russian Communist Party's Central Committee, Valentine Koptsov described his visit to Syria as successful, fruitful, constructive and it contributes to boosting standing relations between the two countries.
Syria-Russia, Politics, 12/27/2002
Nigerian mediation fails to resume the negotiations; Garang refuses to meet al-Bashir deputy
Khartoum announced yesterday that the leader of the Sudan People's Liberation Army, John Garang, refused to meet with the first deputy of the Sudanese President Ali Othman Taha as it was scheduled in Nigeria yesterday.
Sudan, Politics, 12/27/2002
Hamas, Fatah do not agree a date to resume dialogue
The delegation representing the Hamas movement left Cairo yesterday without maintaining an agreement on a date to resume dialogue with the Fatah movement; while the Egyptian authorities continued its contacts with various Palestinian groups in order to expand the inter- Palestinian base for dialogue.
Palestine, Politics, 12/27/2002
Israel reoccupies Bethlehem, seven Palestinians killed, five Israeli soldiers wounded in confrontation
The Israeli forces have reoccupied the city of Bethlehem yesterday and imposed curfew and resumed its patrols in the surrounding of the Church of Nativity despite the appeal made by Pope John Paul II to lift the curfew imposed on the city in order to permit Christians to celebrate the Christmas.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 12/27/2002
Lebanon: Six fleeing persons return back from Israel
Six Lebanese returned back yesterday to Lebanon after they had fled to Israel with the Israeli army during its withdrawal from south Lebanon in 2000.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 12/27/2002
Joumhoreyat: Israel proposes selling Turkey Oro missiles
The Turkish daily Joumhoreyat said yesterday that the Israeli army chief of staff Moshe Yaloun yesterday proposed to the Turkish side during his talks he recently held in Ankara executing joint projects especially the project of selling Oro missiles, of the jointly made Israeli- American product to Turkey through Turkey's participation in the manufacturing process..
Israel-Turkey, Military, 12/27/2002
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Iranian President, Mohammed Khatami received in Tehran yesterday the Syrian Prime Minister, Mohammed Mustafa Miro. Talks during the meeting dealt with results of the Syrian- Iranian Joint Higher Committee' meetings, supporting the Palestinian Intifada, rejection to any military strike against Iraq and stressed the importance of solving the Iraqi cause in peaceful ways according to the international law.
Means of developing and boosting relations of cooperation between the investment office in Syria and Iranian foreign investment company were discussed in Iran on Thursday.
Jordanian Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Mohammed Hamdan and the Syrian Ambassador to Jordan, Abdul Fattah Amoura discussed in Amman yesterday academic and scientific relations between the two states in spheres of higher education, scientific research and the exchange of scholarships.
A Saudi business mission is currently in Morocco to explore business opportunities. The delegation will attend a meeting of the Moroccan industrial federation (CGEM) and another on investments and trade exchanges between Morocco and Saudi Arabia.
Morocco and Saudi Arabia have adopted a program to translate into reality a bilateral accord of cooperation in sports and youth fields. The program, which covers the two years to come, provides for encouraging the exchange of expertise in matters of sports and youth associations management as well as in sports medicine.