We are looking for sales & marketing representatives in different countries. Apply now!
Call for UN General Assembly to issue resolution on Iraq war
This comes in accordance with Article 377, which allows the General Assembly to intervene in controversial issues in the event of the failure of the Security Council to find a solution.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/25/2003
Arab ministers condemn aggression against Iraq; Kuwaiti reservations
Syria's representative at the UN Security Council Mikhael Wahba, on behalf of the Arab group, yesterday proposed convening a meeting for the UN Security Council to discuss means of ending the American- British aggression against Iraq, in implementation of the decision taken by the Arab ministerial council in Cairo earlier in the day. The decision unanimously, with a Kuwaiti reservation, condemned the aggression and called for the "immediate withdrawal" of the invading forces from Iraq.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 3/25/2003
More Moroccan parties, unions join in condemning aggression on Iraq
Several Moroccan parties and trade unions condemned the aggression of the US-led coalition on Iraq, calling for an immediate halt of military operations.
Morocco-Iraq, Politics, 3/25/2003
Algerian president, Lebanese parties support Iraq
Lebanese parties and national bodies asserted yesterday that the volume of dangers and threats which face the Arab states is increasing because of the crimes of U.S- Zionist terrorism.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 3/25/2003
Syria condemns US-UK attack against its bus
A Syrian official source yesterday said the following: The American- British planes on Sunday, March 23 bombed a Syrian civilian bus carrying Syrian workers working in Iraq on their way back to Syria. This criminal act resulted in killing five Syrians and others were wounded.
Syria-USA, Politics, 3/25/2003
Iraqi issue concerns all Moroccans, minister
The Iraqi issue concerns all Moroccans and must not be used for one-upmanship, said Friday minister of communication and spokesman for the government, Nabil Benabdellah.
Iraq-Morocco, Politics, 3/25/2003
Russia warns of grave consequences of the war against Iraq
The Russian foreign ministry has warned that the American military operations against Iraq are of grave consequences for the Middle East region and the world as a whole.
Iraq-Russia, Politics, 3/25/2003
Continued demonstrations in Syria in protest of war against Iraq
Thousand of people in Damascus yesterday continued massive marches condemning the US and British aggression on the Iraqi people.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 3/25/2003
Saudi Arabia releases Sheikh al-Zweir
The Islamic movement for Reforms ( al-Haraka al-Islameyah Lelislah), a Saudi opposition movement with London as a headquarters, said that the Saudi authorities released Sheikh Saeed al-Zweir who has been detained without accusations against him for 8 years.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 3/25/2003
Moroccan employers union, Tunisian peer plead for Maghreban business integration
Moroccan economic operators and Tunisian peers stressed that the only way for the Maghreb region (north Africa) to meet challenges of sustainable development goes through combined efforts by entrepreneurs, in an international juncture marked by industrial delocalization towards emerging countries.
Maghreb-Morocco, Economics, 3/25/2003
France, Netherlands turn down U.S. request to expel Iraqi diplomats
Paris turned down U.S. request to expel Iraqi diplomats and said it declined the U.S. request because it concerned a question of French sovereignty, a Foreign Ministry spokesman.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/25/2003
President of Catalonia to open economic representation in morocco
President of the Spanish autonomous government of Catalonia, Artur Mas, started this Monday a two-day official visit to Morocco where he will hold talks with Moroccan officials and dedicate a commercial representation of Catalonia in Casablanca.
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 3/25/2003
Israeli forces kill 13 year old boy
The Palestinian boy Muhammad al-Haba'ri ( 13 year old) was killed during confrontation with the Israeli occupation forces, while the Israeli military spokesman admitted that two soldiers were wounded during the incursion of the Israeli forces in Tallet al-Sultan area in Rafah, Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/25/2003
Three- century civilization is potted in Saint Antoine al-Badwani Ecclesiastic
On the way from Zgharta district in Northern Lebanon, heading eastward to the town of Ihden and near the village of Karmasda is situated the Ecclesiastic of Saint Antonius al-Badwani on a hill; 650 meters above the sea level. It is 7 kilometers from Zgharta village and 22 kilometers from Tripoli and 110 Km from the capital Beirut.
Lebanon, History, 3/25/2003
More news from today
| Advertise on ArabicNews.com. MyFlowers.com sold more than $2700 of flowers in one month advertising on ArabicNews.com! Make your company, and products a success. Special rate for new and small business. Inquire!Advertising Info
A mass march supporting the Iraqi steadfastness and denouncing the U.S- British attacks against Iraq will set off at 9 o'clock in Damascus today ( Tuesday) The coming mass from many routes will gather at al-Hijaz Station. later, It will continue to the People's Assembly.
The secretary general of the Arab league Amr Moussa yesterday discussed with each of the Tunisian minister of state for foreign affairs, Youssef al-Muqallim, and with the Sudanese foreign minister, Mustafa Othman Ismail, the grave situation in Iraq under the continued American- British aggression.
The Kuwaiti foreign ministry on Sunday evening summoned the Libyan charge de affairs in Kuwait, Ahmad al-Allousi, who was handed over an official memorandum of warrant expressing Kuwait's protest because its embassy in Tripoli was broken into by a group of Libyan demonstrators.
The Organization of the Islamic Conference has called on the United States and Britain to stop their war against Iraq stressing the necessity of solving the Iraqi issue peacefully in line with the United Nations resolutions.
Moroccans marched on Sunday to express their solidarity with the Iraqi people in several Moroccan cities. In one city, Fez, 25,000 people took to the street in a demostrations that was called for by several political parties and civil society associations to say "No to war against Iraq" and "No to Genocide."
President of Guinea Equatorial, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, arrived in Rabat on Monday in a private visit to Morocco.
Syrian Prime Minister Muhammad Mustafa Miro received yesterday the Turkish delegation of Park Group. He stressed during the meeting the necessity for boosting the coordination between Syria and Turkey in all economic, commercial and cultural domains.
Owners of the oil tanker trucks in Jordan who transport oil from Iraq to Jordan announced that number of trucks which stopped work because of the war against Iraq reached 2500 tanks.
The secretary of the Sudanese foreign ministry Mutarraf Saddiq, who is also member of the negotiating governmental delegation said in a statement yesterday that the negotiations which were concluded last week between the government and the rebels in Kenya concentrated on the essence of the conflict in the three areas of Abyan, southern Blue Nile and al-Nouba mountain and means of finding out appropriate solutions for them.
The Egyptian mission under Zahi Hawas, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA), unearthed an ancient mummy, considered the first embalmment attempt known by ancient Egyptians 5,000 years ago dating back to the era of King Hor-aga, 3200 B.C., at Sakkara, Giza.
Morocco's tennis player, Younes El Aynaoui, cruised Saturday to the third round of the US$ 3.25 million Key Biscane tournament. El Aynaoui defeated Argentina's Agustin Calleri 6-1, 6-4.