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Qathafi calls for fundamental economic reforms
The Libyan mass media said yesterday that Libya's Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi urged for the implementation of fundamental reforms in his country's economy, in order to reach what he called "people's capital," calling for the abrogation of the public sector.
Libya, Politics, 6/14/2003
New conditions for partnership between the executive and legislative authorities in Syria
It is a well-established fact that the Syrian People's Assembly ( parliament) has not been in the heart of the political and economic life in Syria since a long time. This Assembly which is dominated by the Baathists since the 1960s is actually a basic alley for the government which also controlled by the Baathist leadership, and therefore differences have never occurred between the two sides in recent decades.
Syria, Politics, 6/14/2003
Qathafi requires public officials to be highly qualified; make use of globalization
Libya's Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi has renewed his call for the need to benefit of globalization and the investment of the money and technology by those who do not possess it, the official Jamahiriya news agency reported.
Libya, Politics, 6/14/2003
Asharq Al-Awsat: Issues of common concern tops Moroccan-Algerian talks in Algiers, Moroccan fm
Moroccan Minister of foreign affairs and cooperation, Mohamed Benaissa, said Friday meetings he will hold during his visit on Saturday to Algiers will discuss questions of common concern.
Algeria-Morocco, Politics, 6/14/2003
First visit of its kind, Moussa in southern Sudan on June 30th
The Arab League has stated that its secretary general Amr Moussa will on June 30th pay a visit to Sudan in which he for the first time will head for the southern areas there.
Sudan-Regional, Politics, 6/14/2003
Arab states move towards smoother visa procedures
The Arab states will speed up and facilitate visa procedures, notably through the use of the fax and the internet to deal with visa applications.
Regional, Politics, 6/14/2003
Al-Shara speaks with Powell: Israeli occupation and assassinations are the problem
Al-Shara stressed that the continuation of the Israeli occupation and assassination of the Palestinian leaders is the basic reason for the escalation of violence in the region.
Syria-USA, Politics, 6/14/2003
Chirac, Hariri stress concern over deteriorated conditions occupied Palestinian territories
The French President Jacque Chirac and the Lebanese prime minister Rafic Hariri have expressed their concern over the escalated conditions in the Palestinian territories during their meeting in Paris yesterday.
Lebanon-France, Politics, 6/14/2003
Smaha underlines Syrian- Lebanese call for resumption ME peace process
Lebanon's minister of information Michael Smaha has stressed the Syrian and Lebanese call for resuming the peace process in order to reach a just and comprehensive peace in the Middle East.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 6/14/2003
80 Iraqis killed by American forces in one day, a fire at a main oil pipeline in Iraq
The number of persons killed in the American attack against what was described as a training camp for Iraqi resistance men situated in Rao town in the downtown of Iraq increased to 80 persons.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 6/14/2003
Moroccan kingy, token of morality, authority, thinker says
The Moroccan monarchy is "a token of morality and authority, a capacity existing nowhere in the world except in Morocco," said Mohamed Arkoun, a renowned Arab thinker and professor at the French prestigious university of La Sorbonne.
Morocco, Politics, 6/14/2003
Al-Quds al-Arabi: Saddam orders foreigners to leave Iraq, threatens their countries with attacks
The London based al-Quds al-Arabi issued today a hand-written message attributed to the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in which he ordered foreigners to leave Iraq and threatens to launch attacks against the occupier's countries.
Iraq, Politics, 6/14/2003
Mrs Mubarak reiterates importance of cultural building of individuals
"But the main challenge that faced us in Egypt was rebuilding the public libraries and this was not an easy task. Egypt has 26 governorates and more than 5.000 villages. So we could not depend on governmental institutions. We relied on cooperation between the state institutions and the non-governmental organizations. And we now have a national network for public libraries'', she said.
Egypt, Culture, 6/14/2003
Palestinian killed in Gaza, Arafat meets security departments heads
One Palestinian citizen was killed and other 26 wounded including children and women in a new raid launched by Israeli military helicopters on Friday evening against Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 6/14/2003
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Lebanese President, Emil Lahoud, has stressed the importance of the Syrian-Lebanese unified stance regarding the Arab-Israeli struggle and the necessity of realizing just and comprehensive peace on the basis of the international resolutions.
The visit Moroccan Premier, Driss Jettou, will pay shortly to Paris will be an opportunity to reassert France's solidarity with Morocco following May 16 terrorist attacks in Casablanca, The French foreign department said on Friday.
Morocco's Prime Minister, Driss Jettou, will start Tuesday a visit to Brussels for meetings with European officials, it was officially announced on Friday. Jettou will meet head of the European Commission, Romano Prodi, on consequences of the blasts that shook Casablanca May 16, Morocco's role in the struggle against world terrorism, the evolution in Morocco-EU partnership and Maghreb-EU cooperation, a spokesman for Prodi told MAP.
Kuwaiti Foreign affairs minister and Interim minister of finance and planning, Sheikh Mohamed Sabah Salem As-Sabah, met in Rabat on Thursday the Speakers of the Moroccan House of Advisers and House of Representatives.
The struggle against illiteracy has become a national issue that concerns everyone, said in Dakhla, state secretary in charge of alphabetization and informal education, Najima Ghozali.
Moroccan paramount field and track star, Hicham El Guerrouj, was defeated Thursday at the IAAF super Grand Prix meet of Ostrava, ending second on 5000 m.
Morocco's Younes El-Aynaoui was ousted Friday at the quarterfinal of the 800,000 Euro grass tournament of Halle, listed on ATP fixtures.
Three major Portuguese archeological sites dating back to the medieval era, were unearthed near the city of El-Jadida (some 100 km south Casablanca).