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Gulf Daily News: Parties to be part of Bahrain's political life
Bahrain's king, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, urged leaders of Bahrain's political societies during an audience at Al Safriya Palace "to submit their demands to the Shura Council and Parliament for discussion and eventual approval," the Gulf Daily News reported last week.
Bahrain, Politics, 2/4/2003
Athens Conference: The Euro, the Mediterranean and the Gulf
In a presentation he gave yesterday, February 3rd, in Athens in the context of the conference on the "Euro, the Mediterranean and the Gulf ," member of the European Commission Pedro Solbes Mira said that current relations between the European Union and the Mediterranean are intense and multifaceted, ranging from politics, to culture and economics. He indicated three dimensions of the partnerships that are considered particularly important: The Euro- Med. Free Trade Area; Support to economic reforms through the MEDA financial instrument, and the regular economic policy dialogue.
Regional-European Union, Economics, 2/4/2003
Sudan complains against Eritrea to the African summit
High ranking sources in Addis Ababa said that the Sudanese government will file a complain against Eritrea over violating the Sudanese territories and sovereignty. This complain will be filed during the African federation summit which started yesterday.
Sudan-Regional, Politics, 2/4/2003
Powell article called preview of February 5 remarks to U.N.
US Secretary of State Colin Powell's article in the February 3 Wall Street Journal is "a good guide to what he's going to say" to the United Nations Security Council
Iraq-USA, Politics, 2/4/2003
Two Palestinians killed, houses destroyed by the Israeli forces
Two Palestinian farmers were killed and two others were wounded after they were targeted by the fire of the Israeli forces in Abasan town to the east of Khan Younis.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 2/4/2003
German oil and gas invesment in Egypt
The GACIC Executive Director said that German companies are keen on enhancing their investments in Egypt, especially in the fields of gas and petrochemicals.
Egypt-Germany, Economics, 2/4/2003
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Arab First Ladies yesterday at a Round Table deliberations, at the Woman and Education Forum, in a declation by the forum said women are determined to iron out all obstacles which prevented them from reaching decision-making posts, asserting that school curricula and media programs, which downgraded women, should be given a second reading, and called for placing women on equal footing with men.
A spokesman for the Iraqi foreign ministry said yesterday that Baghdad will return back property that belong to Kuwait that were confiscated during 1990-1991.
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara received yesterday a telephone call from Turkish Foreign Minister Yasar Yakis on the Iraqi issue.
Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa said yesterday that his proposal to set an earlier date for the regular Arab summit was in responce to "extraordinary circumstances," he told the Lebanese al-Safir.
Sources at the Russian foreign ministry announced yesterday that the visit of Saudi Arabia's foreign minister prince Saud al-Faisal to Moscow due February third and four was postponed until unlimited time.
Egypt's Minister of Tourism Mamdouh Al-Beltagui held a press conference Monday at the Cairo International Conference Centre (CICC) on the 10th Egyptian Marathon to start Friday in Luxor in front of the Hatshepsut Temple, passing by Ramses III tomb, Valley of Queens, Habo city, the statue of Memnon and the Valley of Kings.
Chief of staff of the joint Jordanian forces Lt. Gen. Khaled al-Sareyra yesterday discussed with the leader of the Turkish land forces Lt. Gen. Eitash Palman bilateral relations between the armed forces in each of Jordan and Turkey.