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Calls to update Moroccan anti-corruption laws
The Moroccan anti-corruption association, Transparency-Maroc, on Monday called for updating laws reprimanding corruption in Morocco.
Morocco, Politics, 1/7/2003
Women and the municipal elections in Qatar
It was officially announced in Qatar yesterday that one woman has nominated herself for the second municipal elections which are presumed to be held in Qatar in March, against 6 women who nominated themselves for the elections in 1999 and no one of them was elected.
Qatar, Politics, 1/7/2003
Saddam' s speech at Army's 82nd Foundation Anniversary
The Iraqi President Saddam Hussein yesterday accused the UN inspectors of carrying out just the work of intelligence and spying, and announced that Iraq has prepared for a likely American attack.
Iraq, Politics, 1/7/2003
Jordanian King, Gul stressed the need of a peaceful solution for the Iraqi issue
Jordan-Turkey, Politics, 1/7/2003
Syrian- Iraqi parliamentary talks
Head of the Syrian Executive Committee of the Syrian Parliamentary Section, Abed al-Qader Qaddoura received yesterday in Damascus the Speaker of the Iraqi National Council, ( parliament) Sa'adon Hamadi.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 1/7/2003
Homeless Child Center to be set up in Tangiers
A Spanish NGO, announced that a center for children in difficult situation will be set up shortly in the Moroccan northern city of Tangiers.
Morocco, Culture, 1/7/2003
Al-Assad confers with Lebanese army commander
President Bashar al-Assad received yesterday the Lebanese Army Commander, Lt. Gen. Michael Suleiman. Talks during the meeting dealt with relations between the two armies in addition to the situation developments in the region.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 1/7/2003
Second round of the Syrian- American dialogue close door political, economic sessions
The second round of non official dialogue between Syria and the USA started yesterday in Damascus with the participation of politicians, businessmen and experts representing the two sides.
Syria-USA, Politics, 1/7/2003
Millyet: Turkish tanks incurred in Northern Iraq
The Turkish daily Millyet said yesterday that the Turkish tanks incurred in northern Iraq area in order to avoid any leakage in the area in case of any American military action against Iraq.
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 1/7/2003
Abu al-Abbas in Cairo
The People's Front for Liberation of Palestine has announced that a delegation headed by its secretary general Muhammad Abbas ( Abu al-Abbas ) arrived in Cairo yesterday to hold talks with the Egyptian officials concerning the Palestinian dialogue.
Palestine-Egypt, Politics, 1/7/2003
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The Turkish prime minister Abdullah Gul has asked the secretary general of the Arab League Amr Moussa for Turkey to be an observer member at the Arab league in order to study issues of mutual concern. Moussa promised to debate this issue at the meetings of the next session of the council of the Arab foreign ministers.
Turkish Anadol News Agency mentioned on Monday that Syria's Foreign Minister, Farouk al-Shara is to pay an official visit to Ankara between 13th through 15th of the current month for talks with Turkish Officials.
The Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher on Sunday condemned the double "suicide" operation that took place in Tel Aviv and resulted in killing 23 Israelis in addition to the two executors. He said that the operation comes as a result of the Israeli provocation of the Palestinian people.
The Israeli warplanes yesterday renewed its violations of the Lebanese airspace and sovereignty and were intercepted by the Lebanese anti warplanes missiles.
Syria's Minister of Higher Education Hassan Risheh yesterday arrived in Muscat for four-day visit to Oman Sultanate where is scheduled with his Omani counterpart Yehya Bin Mahfoud al-Mounzari on cooperation in the field of higher education, SANA reported.
Syria's Foreign Minister, Farouk Al-Shara, received in Damascus yesterday a delegation representing the Arab-US Committee for combating the racial discrimination headed by Imad Hamad, the Regional Director of the committee in Michigan. Talks covered latest regional and international developments and with the campaigns of defamation against Arabs and Muslims.
A source at the Egyptian foreign ministry said yesterday that the advisor for the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon Afream Halevey will arrive in Cairo, tomorrow to hold talks with the Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher on conditions in the Middle East.
The Greek foreign minister George Papandreau in a telephone call he made on Sunday evening with the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu current conditions in the occupied Palestinian territories and continued tension in the area. The Israeli radio said that Papandreau condemned the two Palestinian operations carried out on Sunday evening in Tel Aviv.
The Algerian radio said yesterday that some 16 Algerians including nine of the security forces and five Islamists were killed on Saturday and Sunday in different acts of violence in different parts of the country.
James Baker, Personal Envoy of the United Nations Secretary General for the Sahara, will tour the Maghreb January 14-17. Baker had proposed a frame-work agreement to settle the Sahara issue, giving the Sahrawis a large autonomy under Moroccan kingty. Baker will present and explain to the parties concerned and to the neighbor countries a proposal to find a political solution to the Sahara conflict.