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Sudanese official hails close ties with Egypt
Tag Eddin told reporters yesterday that Egypt's national security runs all the way to Nimoli, in the far south of Sudan, and Sudan's national security runs all the way to Alexandria, far north of Egypt.
Sudan-Egypt, Politics, 8/2/2003
Rabat calls Sahara issue a Moroccan-Algerian geopolitical problem
The Sahara Issue is a geoplitical problem essentially between Morocco and Algeria, which hosts on its soil the separatists and their arms, said Moroccan foreign affairs and cooperation minister, Mohamed Benaissa.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 8/2/2003
Indian foreign minister arrives in Syria
Sinha praised the standing bilateral relations between the two countries based on the joint interest, cooperation and the joint principles and values.
Syria-India, Politics, 8/2/2003
Morocco satisfied over principle of negotiated solution, as consecrated by recent U.N. resolution
Morocco is satisfied that Resolution 1495 adopted Thursday by the United Nations Security Council regarding the Sahara issue, consecrated the fundamental principle whereby any solution to the problem should be negociated and accepted by all the parties.
Morocco-UN, Politics, 8/2/2003
Morocco ready for dialogue on final settlement to Sahara issue
Morocco voiced Thursday readiness to start a frank and sincere dialogue to reach a final solution to the Sahara issue, a solution that preserves the Kingdom's fundamental interests in its southern provinces and peace, unity and for the construction of the Maghreb.
Morocco-UN, Politics, 8/2/2003
Israel's wall, says Israel not ready yet to accept Palestinian state
The Israeli separation wall, under construction by Israel, is a signal that the Israeli government has not prepared itself to accept the setting up of an independent Palestinian state, Egypt's Foreign minister, Ahmed Maher said Thursday.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 8/2/2003
Washington green-lighted Jordan to receive Saddam's two daughters
For the second time in 8 years, Saddam's two daughters Raghad and Rana, who were hiding in Syria, resorted to Jordan which gave them "protection" together with their nine children, following a green light by the US.
Jordan-Iraq, Politics, 8/2/2003
Three Americans wounded, Bremer: Iraq's resources are not enough for rebuilding
The American occupation forces announced yesterday that rebuilding of Iraq will need 100 billion dollars from abroad for the two next years, at a time when the chairman of the transitional governing council, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, said he will work to put an end for Iraq's occupation and to "establish bases of freedom and democracy" in the country.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 8/2/2003
Raghad Saddam: My father was betrayed by associates; Toppled President calls for Jihad
Raghad Saddam Hussein who resorted, together with her sister Rana to Jordan on Thursday said that her father was "betrayed by close associates to him and this resulted in the fall of Baghdad." This was expressed in an interview with the al-Arabia " satellite station in Jordan.
Iraq, Politics, 8/2/2003
Army Day celebrated in Syria, Lebanon
The Armed Forces; Army, Navy and Air Forces celebrated on Friday the 58th anniversary of the establishment of Syrian Army.
Syria-Lebanon, Politics, 8/2/2003
Increased activities of al-Salafeyah groups against occupation in Iraq
The influential Shiite clergy in Iraq Muqtada al-Sader called during his Friday sermon from al-Koufa mosque for trying the American soldiers who are responsible for humiliating the Iraqis, according to the Sharia.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 8/2/2003
LE 3,6 billion soft loans for youths' projects
Secretary General of the SFD, Hani Seif AI-Nasr said reports showed the SFD assets amounted to LE. 4,3 billion. Allocations for small-and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) hit LE. 2 billion.
Egypt, Economics, 8/2/2003
Ma'ariv: Powell warns Damascus from isolation
The US Secretary Of State Colin Powell has accused Syria of "continuing to sponsor terrorist activity" and warned it of regional "isolation."
Syria-USA, Politics, 8/2/2003
Ma'ariv: Powell explains U.S. concerns over fence to Israeli newspaper; palestinian land rights and future borders are at issue
President Bush described the issue as "a problem," said Powell, because the fence is not built just on Israeli land, but starts to infringe on Palestinian land.
Palestine-USA, Politics, 8/2/2003
Egypt: Islamists try to revive 'al-Takfir Wal Hijra'
An Egyptian security official announced yesterday that the 11 Islamists who were arrested in Cairo two days before were trying to revive "al-Takfir Wal Hijra" organization and they are not members in the "Islamic group," as stated when they were detained.
Egypt, Politics, 8/2/2003
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Lebanese Mufti Sheikh Muhammad Rashid Qabbani has stressed that Syria and Lebanon have been working in order to reach just and comprehensive peace in the region and to "foil the Israeli plots."
Morocco's King Mohammed VI hosted in Tetuan on Thursday a dinner banquet, on the occasion of the Throne Day that marks the fourth anniversary of the King's ascension to the throne, in honor of the representatives of the civil society in Tangier-Tetuan region.
France hailed Friday the consensus over the Sahara conflict in the United Nations Security Council through the unanimous adoption of Resolution 1495 that encourages parties to carry on dialogue to reach a political solution accepted by all.
German Member of Parliament, Jamal Qarisli, criticized the US Administration ignorance of the continuous Israeli aggressive practices and assassination crimes in the occupied Palestinian territories which contradict with the most basic of human rights.
On the sidelines of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting countries (OPEC) meetings in Austria, Minister of Petroleum, Sameh Fahmi held talks with a number of Arab and African Ministers of Oil and Energy participating at the event on that there is an opportunity to follow up the execution of joint ventures in petroleum field.
The representative of the UNHCR in Iraq, Karim al-Atasi, said yesterday that 500,000 Iraqis out of four million who are outside the country desire to return back to Iraq. The UNHCR official indicated that conditions are not suitable right now to return back half a million of Iraqis to their homeland.
Morocco's Supreme Court rejected Thursday the request submitted by 4 Moroccan associations established in France related to granting Moroccans living abroad the right to vote and to run for Moroccan elections, a legal source said.
The 15th session of Al-Mahaba (amity ) festival ( Al-Basel festival) will be opened in Lattakia, on the coast today, Saturday.
French minister of industry and Egypt's ambassador to France, Hatem Sief el-Nasr will inaugurate on August 19 a museum under the title "Discover the Pharaohs Civilization" in Saint- Etienne City in France.