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Moroccan-Algerian work groups to meet next week
"The groups will have to endeavour as of next week to craft solutions to different bilateral issues, including the re-opening of borders," said the head of Algeria's diplomacy
Algeria-Morocco, Politics, 2/10/2003
New York Times: Saudi Arabia wants US military out; democratic elected councils and parliament
In its yesterday's issue, the New York Times reported that the leaders of Saudi Arabia have decided to end USA military presence in the kingdom and to make democratic reforms and limit the authority and influence of the extremist religious leaders.
Saudi Arabia-USA, Politics, 2/10/2003
Egyptian- Syrian- Libyan summit in Sharem esh Sheikh
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad returned home on Sunday evening following a brief visit to Egypt where he took part at the Syrian-Egyptian-Libyan Summit which was held in Sharem Esh Sheikh.
Regional, Politics, 2/10/2003
Mubarak, Abdullah II: Efforts to avert regional war must continue
The two leaders also emphasised that UN weapons inspectors must be given more time to complete their mission.
Egypt-Jordan, Politics, 2/10/2003
GCC Jeddah meeting: A Saudi- Qatari row, al-Jazeera Shield in Kuwait, shortly
Kuwait on Monday welcomed the decision taken by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states in sending units from "al-Jazeera Shield" force to Kuwait in order to protect it, at a time when more than 50,000 American soldiers are deployed on its territories.
Regional-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 2/10/2003
Sudden Iranian- Iraqi talks in Tehran
The Iranian foreign minister Kamal Kharazi stressed yesterday during his meeting with his Iraqi counterpart Naji Sabri, who was in Tehran in a surprising visit that was linked to Baghdad's desire to be briefed on the talks Kharazi recently made on the Iraqi crisis, on that the region cannot bear a third war within two decades ( in remarks to the Iranian- Iraqi war and the second Gulf war) and on that the full Iraqi cooperation with the UN inspectors refutes the American allegations and need to use force.
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 2/10/2003
Al-Qaeda operatives case: court hears defense witnesses
The Casablanca court of appeal heard on Friday accounts of the defense witnesses in the case of a group of 10 persons suspected of being Al-Qaeda operatives.
Morocco, Local, 2/10/2003
Cardinal Achighari today in Baghdad, delegated by the Pope
The French Cardinal Roger Achigari heads today, Monday, for Baghdad, delegated by Pope John Paul II, on a peace mission in an attempt to avoid the eruption of a war.
Iraq-Vatican, Politics, 2/10/2003
Chief UN monitors in Baghdad for further talks as inspections continue
As the chief United Nations disarmament officials returned to Baghdad for more talks with Iraqi authorities, UN monitors pressed forward Saturday with inspection activities at facilities around the country.
Iraq-UN, Politics, 2/10/2003
Four Israeli soldiers wounded in a Palestinian operation, Israeli forces continue detention, destroying houses
The Israeli forces have destroyed three Palestinian houses in Ballouk area in Rafah camp and opened fire indiscriminately against the houses in Khan Younis.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 2/10/2003
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Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak was to receive Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal who is delivering a message from Saudi Crown Prince Crown Prince Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz, diplomatic sources said Saturday.
Egyptian foreign minister Ahmed Maher yesterday in Cairo discussed with the French ambassador to Cairo Jan Kasseou the developments concerning the Iraqi issue in light of the current consultation concerning it at the UN Security Council and the efforts made to reaching a peaceful solution regarding Iraq.
The first meeting of the coordination committee of the Iraqi dissident groups, slated for February 15, once again postponed to February 19, Iran's news agency IRNA reported today.
Egypt's Prime Minister Atef Ebeid on Saturday dismissed rumors on reports that government plans to convert dollar deposits with banks into the local currency, and asserted that the government was protecting the freedom of buying, selling and obtaining of foreign currencies.