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So here we are. The foundation of liberty and democracy are genuine free speech, and free speech is the US biggest strategic enemy.
Regional-USA, Analysis, 3/17/2003
UN resolution to eject the United States from the United Nations
This is the ultimate threat the US is using to intimidate and coerce world countries to gain their support. The tactics the US is using are those of despots, and dictatorships that always go beyond the law and will use any means to achieve their interests -- bribe, lie, intimidate, and if all else fails, use force. That is the state of affairs the world is in today.
Regional-USA, Analysis, 3/17/2003
The US has not made its case against Iraq
The US vice president asserted Sunday that "We know (Iraqi President Saddam Hussein) has been absolutely devoted to trying to acquire nuclear weapons, and we believe he has, in fact, reconstituted nuclear weapons,''
Iraq-USA, Analysis, 3/17/2003
What exactly does the USA mean by 'Iraq must disarm?'
The United States keeps reiterating that "Iraq must disarm." The US claims that Iraq has nuclear, chemical and biological weapons or capabilities. But the US has failed to provide credible evidence to this effect, and all efforts so far by UN inspectors have yielded no proof of such claims.
Iraq-USA, Analysis, 3/17/2003
Israeli bulldozer kill American activist defending a Palestinian home
The Seattle Times said today "Perhaps it was her unshakeable passion for political causes that compelled Rachel Corrie to stand firm yesterday afternoon as an Israeli bulldozer advanced on the home of a Palestinian doctor in the perilous Gaza Strip. Wearing a fluorescent jacket, Corrie, a 23-year-old The Evergreen State College student, stood alone atop a mound of dirt and rubble when she was crushed and killed by the military bulldozer."
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 3/17/2003
Al-Assad concludes a short visit to Iran
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad held talks yesterday with Iranian President Muhammad Khatami in Tehran in which both demanded a peaceful solution to the looming issue in Iraq.
Syria-Iran, Politics, 3/17/2003
King Mohammed visits Oujda prison, regional investment center, old Medinah
Morocco's King Mohammed VI visited this Saturday the prison of Oujda where he inquired about progress in the program carried out by the Mohammed VI Foundation for the reintegration of inmates, and visited the prison pavilions and the newly-equipped vocational training facilities.
Morocco, Economics, 3/17/2003
Tlass: US will kill the UN charter if acts without international support
Syrian Deputy Commander-in-Chief, Deputy Premier and Defense Minister, Gen. Mustafa Tlass, underlined the dangerous situation in the region and the catastrophic consequences of war which would affect not only Iraq but the whole region and world.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 3/17/2003
The Pope: peaceful efforts on Iraq should be exhausted
In a firm tone, in a sermon he held yesterday at Saint Peter Square, the Pope said "I do not want to remind members of the UN Security Council .. that using forces is the last resort, as stated by the UN charter."
Iraq-Vatican, Politics, 3/17/2003
Security Council plans talks on Iraq for Monday to discuss joint text by France, Germany, Russia
The United Nations Security Council will hold a closed-door meeting today to discuss a text being put forward on Iraq.
Iraq-UN, Politics, 3/17/2003
Tunisian foreign minister visits Baghdad
The Tunisian foreign minister al-Habib Bin Yahya started on Sunday evening a visit to Baghdad aimed at helping to find an outlet for the Iraqi crisis.
Tunisia-Iraq, Politics, 3/17/2003
Iraq creates four military areas
The Iraqi President Saddam Hussein issued a decision last week for the partitioning of Iraq into four military zones in preperation of any war started by the USA. The Iraqi President handed over Baghdad's leadership to his younger son Qusai while he distributed other area on his Aides.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 3/17/2003
Observations on man in position of leadership and their belief
Regional, Editorial, 3/17/2003
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Libya's Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi on Saturday evening made two telephone calls with President of the Republic of Niger Muhammad Tanja and Omar Bungo, President of the Republic of Gabon during which consultations were made on the current events in the Central African Republic.
The Saudi minister of defense minister prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz has stressed in a joint press conference on Sunday with the French Defense minister in Jeddah that the "Kingdom's position has not changed. We are against the war, anyway and at any form. We also consider that peaceful solutions are better. And this is Saudi Arabia's stand."
President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, on Saturday in Abu Dhabi received the King of Jordan Abdullah II. The UAE news agency said that during the meeting, the two sides exchanged views on the developments of conditions in the Gulf region and the Iraqi crisis as well as Palestinian developments.
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak yesterday met with US Department of States Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs head, Assistant Secretary William Joseph Burns, and discussed with him the Iraqi issue.
Kuwait's Amir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah yesterday in Kuwait discussed with President Abdul Qasem Salat Hassan bilateral relations between the two states and means of strengthening them and enhancing areas of cooperation between the peoples of Kuwait and Somalia.
Morocco's Prince Moulay Rachid, currently in Kyoto to attend the 3rd world water forum, received this Saturday chairman of the world water council and Egyptian minister off water resources and irrigation, Mohamed Abu Zeid, and visited crown prince Naruhito of Japan and his spouse Princess Mazako.
Navigation sources told the Lebanese daily yesterday that all air flights from and into the Gulf region have changed their route as from Sunday evening, in a way ensuring that its is as far as possible from the Iraqi airspace. This measure was taken because of the tense situation in the region and US threats against Iraq.