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Parliamentary elections in Djibouti
Citizens in Djibouti headed yesterday for the ballot centers to elect a new parliament in the first elections carried out in the country under the multi party system.
Djibouti, Politics, 1/11/2003
Al-Shara grants comprehensive interview to Turkish TV outlining developments
Just a few days prior to his visit to Ankara to convey a message from President Bashar Al-Assad to the Turkish President, Ahmed Nacdet Cezar, Foreign Minister, Farouk Al-Shara said that the Syrian - Turkish relations are persistently moving forward.
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 1/11/2003
Romanian president in Tunisia
Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has discussed with his Romanian counterpart Eyon Elyesko who started yesterday a work visit to Tunisia means of improving bilateral relations and recent developments in the region.
Tunisia-Romania, Politics, 1/11/2003
Ebeid: private investments in Egypt hit le 358 billion
chairman of GAFI Mohammed al Ghamrawy said the complex includes representatives of 27 ministries and all official bodies concerned in a bid to ease the investment process
Egypt, Economics, 1/11/2003
Khulud Halaby: Incubators to be a Syrian strategy to meet local needs
On to what extent the experience of the British incubator can be applied in Syria, Mrs. Halaby said. I believe this is a great business opportunity and is certainly one of the foundations for job creations together with ... and Fardoss project. These three projects are the tripod to anticipate on future job employment needs and job creation.
Syria, Politics, 1/11/2003
France willing to cooperate with Egypt in gas exports
Minister of Petroleum Sameh Fahmy said yesterday that France expressed willingness to cooperate with Egypt in exporting natural gas to the European continent and increasing the French investments in prospecting for oil and gas and their relevant industrial projects.
Egypt-France, Economics, 1/11/2003
Sudanese- Ugandan joint statement on border control
The Ugandan minister of defense Amama Mbabazi and the Sudanese Bakri Hassan Saleh signed during their meeting on Thursday in Kampala with the Ugandan President Yuri Musivini, a statement in which they stressed the determination of the Sudanese government to send forces to the southern part of the country to occupy camps
Sudan-Uganda, Politics, 1/11/2003
Moroccan ngo stages sit-in against war in Iraq
A Moroccan Non-Governmental Organization, "Initiative of Backing to Iraq," staged Thursday a sit-in in front of the headquarters of the United Nations Office in Rabat to protest a possible war against Iraq.
Morocco-Iraq, Politics, 1/11/2003
Saudi Arabia, Libya deny news on receiving Saddam Hussein
Saudi Arabia has denied news which said that a high ranking Saudi official visited Baghdad in December 2002 to explore the possibility of the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein resigning position in his country.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 1/11/2003
Talibani calls for international conference to change Iraqi regime
The chairman of the Kurdistani National Federation in Iraq, Jalal al-Talibani, has called for convening an international conference in order to change the regime in Iraq, noting that the current regime constitutes a danger on the security and stability in the region, even if it hands over mass destruction weapons.
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 1/11/2003
Al-Anbaa: American, German forces arrive in Kuwait
The Kuwaiti ministry of defense stressed yesterday that American and German forces arrived in Kuwait, adding that this comes in the context of the security agreements finalized by Kuwait and the two said countries.
Kuwait-USA, Politics, 1/11/2003
Israeli forces kill one Palestinian youths, closes three 3 cooperation liaison offices
One Palestinian was killed and seven were wounded, and one house was demolished and more than 32 Palestinian were arrested by Israel in breaking in operations carried out yesterday in various areas of the West Bank and the Palestinian territories occupied since 1948.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 1/11/2003
Temporary foreign visitors to the US faced January 10 registration deadline
Non-immigrant male aliens over the age of 16 in the United States who are citizens of Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Eritrea, Lebanon, Morocco, North Korea, Oman, Qatar, Somalia, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates or Yemen are required to register with their local INS office.
Regional-USA, Local, 1/11/2003
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The tripartite Sudanese, Ethiopian and Yemeni Ministerial committee starts today in Khartoum a meeting to discuss the recommendations of the three countries previous summit held in Sanaa in 2002.
Libya and Tunisia have signed the joint minutes of meeting for the Libyan- Tunisian joint "Thinking" committee, which stems from the joint Libyan- Tunisian higher committee and the third report of the committee, with both of them include means of developing and revitalizing integration projects established between the two states.
"A Turkish economic and trade delegation headed by Turkish State minister for external trade Korshad Tozman arrived here on an official 3-day visit.In a press conference after arrival, head of the Turkish delegation said he carries a letter from Turkish prime minister Abdullah Goul to President Saddam Hussein concerning the status quo and Turkish view point towards it, pointing out the Iraqi and turkey share geographic, historical and religious ties which have great influence on developing bilateral relations," INA reported today.
Moroccan Communication Minister, Nabil Benabdallah, who was meeting with Richard Haas, US Director of Policy Planning Office, voiced hope that the Moroccan-US cooperation will be reinforced through the spurring of US investments in Morocco.
Lebanese Mufti, Sheikh Muhammad Rashid Qabbni, stressed yesterday in a statement in Beirut the importance of deepening cooperation and coordination between Syria and Lebanon for confronting the challenges which threaten security, destiny and future of the region.
The director of the Israeli space agency Ave Harven said yesterday that Israel and India are working on a joint program to launch a Satellite.