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Khartoum releases opposition members
The main opposition parties agreed in May the idea of having a capital based on the ground of equality among all religions and believes and political affiliations.
Sudan, Politics, 6/20/2003
Libya unifies Dinar exchange rate
Libya has taken an additional step in its economic reform plan and announced the unification of the Libyan dinar exchange rate, ending thereby the many rates currently allowed.
Libya, Economics, 6/20/2003
Morocco announces will to reform religious affairs
Morocco on Wednesday announced will to review religious affairs within a comprehensive development project embracing political, cultural and doctrinal branches.
Morocco, Politics, 6/20/2003
Morocco issues first international bond loan
Morocco's finance and privatization minister, Fathallah Oualalou, will conduct starting Friday a roadshow in Bahrain, the UAE, France and the United Kingdom to promote the kingdom's first bond loan.
Morocco, Economics, 6/20/2003
Confrontations between two tribes near Amman
Confrontations took place between two Jordanian tribes near the capital Amman during which fire was exchanged over electoral differences, according to the Jordanian authorities yesterday. This was at a time when the US Secretary Of State Colin Powell arrived in Amman and moved to the Red Sea.
Jordan, Politics, 6/20/2003
Powell might stop in Damascus
Israeli news said yesterday that the US Secretary Of State Colin Powell might pay a quick and urgent visit to Syria on the background of pressure by the US defense department to put an end to diplomacy and to direct a military attack against Syria.
Syria-USA, Politics, 6/20/2003
Moroccan premier meets Saudi civil service minister
Moroccan premier, Driss Jettou, met in Rabat on Wednesday with Saudi Arabia's civil service minister, Mohamed Bin Ali Al Fayez, who is currently in a visit to Morocco.
Morocco-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 6/20/2003
Quartet to discuss including Syria, Lebanon in Roadmap
The special Russian envoy to the Middle East Andre Vidovin said that the Quartet committee which will be meeting at the ministerial level in Jordan on June 22 will discuss the issue of including Syria and Lebanon in the Roadmap to peace.
Regional-Russia, Politics, 6/20/2003
Morocco moves to develop fisheries
Morocco's Prime Minister, Driss Jettou, on Thursday chaired a meeting on the study of an action plan to develop the fisheries sector, covering the period between 2003 and 2007.
Morocco, Economics, 6/20/2003
Shara meets with French intellectual, head of Syrian- US club
Syria's Foreign Minister, Farouk Shara, received in Damascus on Thursday Chairman of the Arab World Institute in Paris, Denis Bauchard.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 6/20/2003
French interior minister on Islam in France
Why would French Muslims not have the right to do so, in the same conditions as Catholics, Protestants and Jews? he wondered.
Regional-France, Politics, 6/20/2003
Five operations by Iraqis killed one American; Rumsfeld links Iraq's security to Syria and Iran
The US defense secretary Ronald Rumsfeld understated the importance of the resistance operations which target the American occupation forces on Iraq. These operations resulted in killing one American soldier and wounding many others in five operations carried out in less than 24 hours.
Iraq-USA, Military, 6/20/2003
Cooperation between Syrian Baath party, Malaysian Amnu Party
A cooperation agreement was signed yesterday in Kuala Lumpur between al Ð Baath Arab Socialist Party and Malaysian Amnu Party.
Syria-Malaysia, Politics, 6/20/2003
People, Democratic fronts for the liberation of Palestine reject truce; Hamas, Islamic Jihad study it
The Palestinian prime minister Mahmoud Abbas has completed his separate meetings in Gaza with both the People's Front and the Democratic Front for the liberation of Palestine within the series of his meetings with all Palestinian groups in an attempt to crystallize a united position concerning to Roadmap peace plan.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/20/2003
Emirates, QATAR airliners make mega deals with AIRBUS
Airbus said in a press release yesterday that "Qatar Airways has announced its intention to acquire 32 Airbus aircraft - including 14 options - to modernise and expand its fleet, as part of a deal that is the largest in its history.
Regional-European Union, Economics, 6/20/2003
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In a telephone call he received yesterday from the US President George W. Bush, President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt discussed current conditions in the Palestinian territories and means of giving a push forward to the Middle East peace process and the efforts made to this effect.
Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) secretary general Abdul Rahman Bin Hamad al-Ateyah has stressed that Peace Process should include Syrian and Lebanese tracks in order to attain the complete Israeli withdrawal from Golan and the rest of Lebanese territories.
Morocco's Prince Moulay Rachid, younger brother of King Mohammed VI, met in Rabat Thursday Sheikh Khalid Bin Thani Bin Abdellah Al-Thani, vice-President of the governing board of the International Islamic Bank of Qatar.
The third Syrian Medical Care Fair opened yesterday at Damascus International Fair site which Lasts to four days. Eighty six Arab, Foreign and Syrian companies are taking part in the fair.
A French national drowned and a German man went missing, as the two engineers were bathing in an unguarded beach near the Atlantic Ocean city of El Jadida.
Morocco's Hicham Arazi, will play British Greg Rusedski in the semi-finals of the 380.000 Euro grass open of Nottingham, listed on ATP fixtures.