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Voting starts in Yemen amid tightened security measures
Member of the higher committee for the elections, Abo Muhammad al-Juneini, said that the turnout was great. He explained that for the first time Yemen is witnessing a competition at that volume and an electoral freedom as such.
Yemen, Politics, 4/28/2003
Qatari citizens start vote on referendum
Qatari citizens who reside in the Sultanate cast their votes in a general referendum for the endorsement of Qatar permanent draft constitution at the Qatari Embassy here today, two-days prior to the referendum in Qatar which will be held on Tuesday.
Qatar, Politics, 4/28/2003
US forces detain Lt. Gen. Amin, and al-Zubaidi; Garner meets today
The US forces yesterday arrested Mohammed Mushin Al-Zubaidi who installed himself as a chairman for Baghdad's municipality. Captain David Conoly, the American military spokesman said that al-Zubeidi was arrested because he does not support the American forces and because he practices the post of the chairman of the municipality of Baghdad. A post which no one had appointed him in, noting that other 7 persons accompanying al-Zubeidi were also arrested, giving no more details.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 4/28/2003
Egyptian trade delegation in Khartoum for economic integration talks
An Egyptian trade delegation started a visit to Sudan for putting into effect economic integration between the two states, Egypt said.
Egypt-Sudan, Economics, 4/28/2003
Lebanese figures deplore American accusations against Syria
Pan- Arab Action Organization in Lebanon has stressed the importance of the Syrian- Lebanon unity of stance in facing the "Zionist enemy colonialist plans and in liberating the occupied Arab territories."
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 4/28/2003
Chalabi: Saddam Hussein is still alive and is moving in Iraq
The chairman of the Iraqi national congress Ahmed Chalabi told Fox News yesterday that the toppled Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is still alive and is moving in Iraq.
Iraq, Politics, 4/28/2003
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The Saudi deputy defense minister prince Abdul Rahman Bin Abdul Aziz has stressed that the existence of a Saudi military contingent in Iraq aims at providing security and protection to members of the humanitarian aid of Iraq.
Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad received Saturday, Kuwait's first deputy prime minister and minister of foreign affairs Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, and an accompanying delegation.
assistant secretary general of the Arab League AL for inter-Arab affairs, Ahmad Bin Hali, announced yesterday that the AL secretary general Amr Moussa will pay a visit to Kuwait within an Arab tour during the coming days.
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad received in Damascus on Saturday US Senator Tom Lantos and an accompanying delegation. Talks during the meeting dealt with several issues of the region, particularly the situation in Iraq and peace process in the Middle East.
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak has discussed with the Kuwait's first deputy prime minister and minister of foreign affairs Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, developments on the Iraqi arena and the results of the Arab tour recently carried out by Mubarak to Syria, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Lebanese President, Emil Lahoud discussed on Saturday with US Ambassador to Lebanon, Vincent Patel, the developments of the Middle East peace process and in Iraq.
Chairman of Information Department at the Syrian Foreign Ministry, Butheina Shaaban, stressed on Saturday that peace in the Middle East can be achieved by ending Israeli occupation and implementing the principle of "land for peace."
Oman's defense minister Bader Bin Saud Bin Hareb al-Boursaedi in Muscat yesterday discussed with the British army chief of staff Michael Beware cooperation relations between the two countries in the areas of defense.