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Arab, world demonstrations against the war in Iraq
Thousands of students demonstrated in Cairo University yesterday protesting against the American- British war on Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 3/27/2003
Pope refuses to bless the war against Iraq as just
Pope John Paul on Wednesday firmly opposed the U.S-British war against Iraq refusing to bless it as a just war.
Iraq-Vatican, Politics, 3/27/2003
Tureiki, Moussa criticizes stances of certain Arab states concerning the Iraqi issue
Secretary General of the General Popular Committee of the African Unity in Libya Ali Abdul Salam al-Tureiki has criticized stances of certain Arab states which provides facilities and aid for the American- British aggression against Iraq.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 3/27/2003
Iraqi resistance gave war a new shape, says Arab League SG
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa hailed the Iraqi resistance and steadfastness in the face of the Anglo-American aggression, noting that this stiff resistance had changed expectations on the course of war.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/27/2003
More Syrian demonstrations in Aleppo, Daraa against the war
Millions of Syrian people in the city of Aleppo and the city of Daraa demonstrated today expressing anger and condemnation against the American and British war on Iraq. The participants called for stopping aggression on the Iraqi people and an immediate withdrawal of the aggressive forces from Iraq.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 3/27/2003
Lebanese demonstration in protest of war against Iraq
Lebanese People's Assembly's Speaker, Nabih Berri, renewed his denunciation yesterday to the U.S-British aggression against Iraq.
Lebanon-Iraq, Politics, 3/27/2003
Iraqi resistance, coalition barbarous bombings make Moroccan headlines
The heroic resistance of the Iraqi people, the US-led unrelenting bombings and King Mohammed VI's deep concern and repeated calls for respect of the Iraqi people's unity and territory, and of Arab states' sovereignty, security and stability made the headlines of this Wednesday's front pages.
Morocco-Iraq, Politics, 3/27/2003
Russia: stop the aggression against Iraq
Russia Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov criticized the U.S. and British liberation motto of the war on Iraq which stresses that Washington and London's pretexts on liberating Iraq is a lie.
Iraq-Russia, Politics, 3/27/2003
Saudi crown prince, Mubarak discuss the war against Iraq
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz has discussed with Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak "current conditions in the region," especially the war launched by the USA against Iraq, according to the Saudi official news agency yesterday ( Wednesday).
Egypt-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 3/27/2003
Galloway and the British, American war
British House of Common member, George Galloway, has stressed that the American- British aggression against Iraq is a brutal imperialistic action, a crime against humanity and a stigma for the UN Security Council.
Iraq-UK, Politics, 3/27/2003
Morocco denies reports on plans to postpone, boycott FTA talks with US
The ministry criticized the way the Qatari TV channel dealt with these news and its "lack of precision and professionalism," adding that "it has already cast erroneous news on Morocco without cross-checking."
Morocco-USA, Economics, 3/27/2003
Arafat hold telephone talks with Chirac
The Palestinian President Yasser Arafat yesterday made a telephone call with the French President Jacque Chirac to discuss latest developments concerning the situation on the Palestinian and Iraqi arenas, according to Arafat's advisor Nabih Abu Rudinah yesterday.
Palestine-France, Politics, 3/27/2003
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United Nations humanitarian organizations expressed deep concern yesterday over reports that an air strike on Baghdad resulted in heavy casualties at a civilian market. "The civilian population of Iraq has no part in this conflict and must be protected from its consequences at all costs," Ramiro Lopes da Silva, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq (UNOHCI), said in a statement issued at a briefing in Amman, Jordan. "Attacks on civilian installations are a serious breach of humanitarian international law."
In a statement, the satellite TV station "al-Arabeyah" said that it has lost contacts with its work team, whose members are covering events in the Iraqi territories as from March 22.
Saudi Arabia's Interior Minister, Nayaf Bin Abdul Aziz, and Syria's ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Ahmad Nezam Eddine, discussed today means of boosting bilateral relations.
Morocco's tennis player Younes El Aynaoui will play world 2nd seeded US Andre Agassi in the quarter finals of the US$ 3.25 million Key Biscayne men tournament.