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France's position regarding Iraq
France has acted throughout the Iraqi crisis, along with a very large majority of the international community, in accordance with its convictions and principles in order to defend international legality. It will continue to do so in all circumstances.
Iraq-France, Politics, 4/24/2003
Iraqis: No to US occupation; marines killed in bomb explosion
The US central leadership in Qatar at al Seleyah camp announced on Wednesday that three American marines were killed in an accidental blow up of an RPJ missile shelling near the city of Kuwait to the southern East of Baghdad.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 4/24/2003
Mubarak calls for US- British withdrawal from Iraq
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak has called for the withdrawal of the American- British American forces from Iraq and to preserve Iraq's unity, security and territorial integrity.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 4/24/2003
Mubarak meets Iraqi independents' bloc delegation
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak met with a delegation of the Iraqi Independents' bloc on Wednesday.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 4/24/2003
Saudi Shiite call for fairness
Sheikh Hassan al-Saffar, one of the senior Shiite leaders in Saudi Arabia has expressed his hope that discrimination against them will come to an end after the tremendous changes that took place in Iraq.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 4/24/2003
King Abdullah: Washington has to deal fairly with the Palestinian issue
The Jordanian King Abdullah II has stressed that the basic matter for the conflict in the region is the Palestinian question. He said that should the US seeks to maintain a balance in the region, she has to deal fairly with the Palestinian- Israeli conflict.
Jordan-Palestine, Politics, 4/24/2003
Information minister meets with Peterlein
Syria's information minister, Adnan Omran, received yesterday in Damascus Chairman of the Arab- French Solidarity Society Lucien Peterlein.
Syria-France, Politics, 4/24/2003
US: Syrian answer to our demands incomplete
The US Secretary Of State Colin Powell has stated that Syria has answered and to a certain extent positively responded to the recent US demands, especially those relating to the situation in the Middle East. But he added that the answer was not "complete,"
Syria-USA, Politics, 4/24/2003
Praising peace negotiations, US ends sanctions on Sudan
The White House announced yesterday that the US President George Bush decided not to impose sanctions against Sudan because Sudan has cooperated with the efforts aiming at an end to the conflict with the rebels in the south.
Sudan-USA, Politics, 4/24/2003
Nasrullah denounces US accusations against Syria
He called all the Arabs and Muslims to extend all kinds of support and stand by Syria, because Syria is representing the Arab dignity and the steadfast fortress against the plots which targeted the Arab region.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 4/24/2003
Morocco - sub-saharan trade reach $440 million
It imports oil products, cotton, wood, coffee and coal. In order to make up for the low level of trade exchanges with sub-Saharan countries, Morocco has adopted recently a set of encouraging legal texts meant to increase partnership ties between Moroccan and African business operators
Morocco-Regional, Economics, 4/24/2003
Iran and pressures against Syria
Iranian Spiritual Leader's Political Advisor, Ali Akbar Welayati, has expressed appreciation over Syria's wise stance under the leadership of President Bashar al-Assad regarding the Iraqi question in spite of the US. accusations against Syria.
Syria-Iran, Politics, 4/24/2003
Arafat agrees with Abu Mazin on new government; Israel continue house demolishing operations
Palestine-Israel, Military, 4/24/2003
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Asked about the dispute over the return of UN weapons inspectors to Iraq, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan said the Security Council resolution on the books states that the inspectors are to go back, although he added the Council is free to amend that resolution.
The Turkish daily Joumureyat said yesterday that the Turkish deputy premier and foreign minister Abdullah Gul has once again inserted in his work agenda a visit to Syria, where he will head next week. The paper said that this visit comes as Syrian- US relations have entered a new phase of flexibility.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI appointed Wednesday Abdellatif Jouahri Wali (governor) of Morocco's central bank Bank Al-Maghrib.
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara received on Wednesday the Indian Deputy Foreign Minister R. M. Ibyankar.
The United Nation's Secretary General Kofi Annan appreciated yesterday Syria's efforts of containment the U.S British war's repercussion on Iraq.
The Russian foreign minister Igor Ivanov in Moscow yesterday discussed with his Algerian peer Abdul Aziz Balkhadem regional and international issues and bilateral relations.