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Aujourd'hui le Maroc: Morocco determined to make handicapped persons full-fledged citizens
Morocco's Secretary of State in charge of family, solidarity and social action, Yasmina Baddou, said that Morocco is determined to make of its handicapped persons, full-fledged citizens, enjoying the society's full gamut of rights.
Morocco, Culture, 1/15/2003
Al-Shara's meetings talks in Ankara
A session of talks was held in Ankara yesterday between Syria's Foreign Minister, Farouk al-Shara and his Turkish counterpart, Yasar Yakis with the attendance of delegations of the two sides.
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 1/15/2003
Iraq ready to answer any question raised by UN inspectors
Sabri recalled US accusations over aluminum tubes,in using them in atomic weapons, whereas "the inspectors found no such link." He added, another example of US lies, that Iraq has imported uranium from African states, "while the inspectors proved nothing relevant,"
Iraq, Politics, 1/15/2003
Annan 'optimistic and hopeful' Iraq can be disarmed peacefully
Stressing that United Nations inspectors in Iraq were only now getting up to full speed, Secretary-General Kofi Annan today said he believed it was premature to talk about war before the monitors report to the Security Council again later this month.
Iraq-UN, Politics, 1/15/2003
Arab Ministerial committee on Somalia
The Arab Ministerial committees concerning Somalia stemmed from the Arab League, the UN, the African federation and IGAD met to draw an urgent program in order to restore back security and stability to Somalia through confiscating the weapons of the militias and remerging these militias in the state's establishments.
Somalia-Regional, Politics, 1/15/2003
Egyptian Rafah coasts pollution with Israel sewage, in court case
The Egyptian court in al-Areesh decided to set Thursday, March 25th, a date for considering the case filed the chairman of the civil society for protecting the environment in northern Sinai province Abdullah al-Hajjawi against the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon because of Israel's pollution of the coats of the Egyptian city of Rafah for 8 continous years.
Egypt-Israel, Economics, 1/15/2003
Information minister highlight committee's activities against stereotyping Arabs
Information Minister, Adnan Omran, Chairman of the current session of the Arab Information Ministers Council, has asserted that the permanent committee for Arab media, recently held in Tunis, discussed in its 71st meeting several important issues.
Regional-Syria, Politics, 1/15/2003
Morocco says it will constructively study Baker's proposals
Moroccan Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Minister, Mohamed Benaissa, on Tuesday said Morocco will study "in a constructive spirit" the proposals made by James Baker, Personal Envoy of the United Nations Secretary General for the Sahara.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 1/15/2003
Jordan to receive shortly Israeli politicians
The Jordanian foreign minister Marwan Muasher will shortly hold talks in Amman with Israeli politicians including, in particular, "prominent official in the Likud party.
Jordan-Israel, Politics, 1/15/2003
Washington withdraws its non- top official employees in precaution for the war against Iraq
Washington has instructed employees of its non- top officials in the Arab states to return back to the USA in an attempt to avoid them dangers in case of an American war is launched against Iraq in the coming months.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 1/15/2003
Uganda's President in Israel, visits the Golan, holy sites
The Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon yesterday received Uganda's President Yuri Mousovini, who arrive in Israel on Monday in the first visit of its kind for a Ugandan president to Israel since decades.
Israel-Uganda, Politics, 1/15/2003
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Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak arrived in Riyadh yesterday in a visit to Saudi Arabia which lasted for several hours where he held talks with King Fahd and the crown prince Abdullah on the developments of the Iraqi issue.
King of Bahrain, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, has expressed hope in an arrival statement in Kuwait to avoid the region any war, warning against grave consequences on the region and the world. He hoped that the choices of peace will be the ultimate winner.
Iraq is proud of the backing extended by Morocco to its "fair cause," Iraqi Vice Premier, Tariq Aziz, told the press upon arrival Tuesday in Morocco saying "We are proud of the backing extended by the brotherly Kingdom of Morocco ŠKing, Government and people -- to Iraq and its legitimate cause."
Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad received yesterday in Damascus Minister of Information and Education in the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan.
Upon arrival in Moscow, Syria's Vice President Abdul Halim Khaddam told reporters that he would hold talks with the Russian side on all issues of mutual interest to Syria and Russia. He added that it is natural that the Iraqi issue would be in the lead of the issues of discussion.
The UN secretary General Kofi Annan has expressed on Monday evening his concern over the Israeli aggression on Sunday against the Palestinians territories. Aggressions that resulted in killing nine Palestinians and two Israeli soldiers.
It was announced in Amman yesterday that the Jordanian state security released two persons among others arrested on the background of Maan incidents which took place in November, 2002, at a financial guarantee.
The first meeting was held for the joint committee between the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the countries of the Association of the European Free trade (AFTE) on relations, trade exchange and means of developing it as well as topics concerning protection and encouraging investment and meetings between businessmen representing the two sides.
Saudi Arabia's minister of commerce, Osama Bin Jafaar Faqih, yesterday in Riyadh met with South Korea's counterpart and his accompanying delegation of officials and businessmen on strengthening trade and economic cooperation and trade exchange and joint investment projects between the private sector establishments in the two countries.