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Demonstration in Baghdad rejecting occupation; US forces redeployed
The demonstrators hoisted the Iraqi flags and chanted slogans against the USA and carried banners which read "No for the USA." The Imam of the mosque said that the US had invaded Iraq for the interests of "Israel." He denied Iraq's having mass destruction weapons.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 4/19/2003
Campaign in the Congress for 'Syrian accountability' law; Powell: time for Damascus to rethink its policies
The US Secretary Of State Colin Powell said he intends to make a nearby tour to the Middle east that will cover Syria in order to explain to President Bashar al-Assad that there are new changes following the collapse of the Iraqi regime and to discuss points of differences concerning Syria's military support for Iraq, and Damascus's support for organizations considered by Washington as "terrorists" like Hizbullah, as well as Washington's concern over the Syrian mass destruction weapons especially the chemical weapons.
Syria-USA, Politics, 4/19/2003
Egypt objects to appointment of military ruler in Iraq, rejects threats against Syria
Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher said Egypt- objects to the appointment of a US military ruler to Iraq adding it would not admit any government in Iraq that lacks the free will of the Iraqi people, calling for respecting Iraq's unity and territorial integrity.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 4/19/2003
Jordanian king meets with two members at the US congress
The Jordanian King Abdullah II has stressed upon meeting with two members at the US Congress visiting Jordan, the responsibility of the American and British forces to keeping security and unity of the Iraqi territories.
Jordan-USA, Politics, 4/19/2003
Al-Faisal calls for installing an interim government in Iraq
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal called at the inauguration of the conference on the Anglo-American occupation authorities to abide by the Geneva Convention in offer to maintain stability and security in Iraq.
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Politics, 4/19/2003
Jordanian government declare intention not to postpone the elections
The Jordanian prime minister Ali Abul Ragheb said that his government has no intention to postpone the legislative elections which will be held on June 17, noting that these elections are a constitutional requirements and there is no reason to postpone it.
Jordan, Politics, 4/19/2003
Meeting of foreign ministers of countries neighboring Iraq in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister, Prince, Saud Al-Faisal, has asserted his country's rejection of the US accusations directed against Syria.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 4/19/2003
Moroccan-Italian talks in Rabat
Euro-Mediterranean cooperation, the war in Iraq and the situation in the Middle East topped talks held in Rabat Friday by Moroccan Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Minister, Mohamed Benaissa, and former Italian Premier and President of the leftist Democrats Party, Massimo D'Alema.
Morocco-Italy, Politics, 4/19/2003
Moroccan journalists called to bring share in democratic process
Morocco's Communication minister and Government's Spokesman, Nabil Benabdellah, on Thursday called on journalists to raise peoples' awareness as to the importance to register for the upcoming local polls, "which are of paramount importance in consolidating democracy" in the Kingdom.
Morocco, Politics, 4/19/2003
Sorour slams EU accusations on human rights in Egypt
The European Parliament resolution on Egypt's human rights abuses is nothing but premature judgment and unfair exaggeration of dangerous issues, Parliament Speaker Ahmed Fathi Sorour said Friday.
Egypt-European Union, Politics, 4/19/2003
While Nueimi prepares to leave ministry of oil; Axon company gives up Saudi gas project
The executive director of the American Exxon- Mobile company, Lee Raymond, has stressed that his company has given up a project for boosting large investment in the Saudi oil.
Saudi Arabia, Economics, 4/19/2003
One Palestinian killed, Israel escalates seige measures, detains two French journalists
The Palestinian Omar Abu Ramadeya ( 18 year old) was killed after four Israeli soldiers beat him as he was arrested in a detention in Hebron.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 4/19/2003
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The World Bank approved on Thursday a US$ 31.5 million loan to help the government of Lebanon create conditions for increased local economic development and enhanced quality of life in the country's five main secondary cities.
Morocco's Communication Minister and Government Spokesman, Nabil Benabdellah, said on Thursday that Moroccan journalist, Ali M'Rabet, was prevented from leaving the country in order to secure his presence in lawsuits lodged against him.
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak and Qatar's Amir Shaikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani conferred over the phone late Friday on the situation in Iraq arena at large.
Syria's Foreign Minister, Farouk al-Shara, met in Saudi Arabia on Friday with Turkish Foreign Minister, Abdullah-Gul, for talks on the latest developments particularly on the Iraqi arena.
On the possibility of holding an Arab summit, even a limited one, to discuss ways to stand up to US threats and accusations, Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara noted that the big problem facing Arab countries was that whenever a crisis got tougher a retreat in Arab solidarity was found.
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak received a telephone call from Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar on the situation in the region.
Saudi Arabia has stopped agricultural investment with Ethiopia because of the Ethiopian cooperation with Israel.
Morocco on Friday defeated Libya 71-63 in a match played in the Libyan capital city of Tripoli part of the African Nations Cup preliminary heats (CAN-2003).