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Turabi's lawyers call for his release
Lawyers of the Islamic Sudanese opposition member Hassan al-Turabi yesterday called on the minister of Justice Ali Othman Ismael to release their client, but the latter replied that the decision is to be taken only by the President of the republic Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
Sudan, Politics, 8/19/2003
October Magazine: Egyptian minister of petroleum: oil companies join bourse soon
In statements during an interview with October Magazine, Minister of Petroleum, Sameh Fahmi, said that oil companies will join, for the fisrt time, the bourse to activate the stock market and render substantial revenues to junior investors
Egypt, Economics, 8/19/2003
Libya denounces Saudi Arabia press; relations uneffected
Saif Al-Islam Kaddafi, son of Libya's leader and chairman of the International Charity Foundation Kaddafi, said yesterday that his father did not intend to criticize Saudi Arabia when he talked about the Wahhabi movement as a source of terrorism, in a statement he had made to an American news station two weeks ago.
Libya-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 8/19/2003
Morocco-Spain relations are extraordinary, Spanish fm
Spanish minister of foreign affairs, Ana Palacio, said she is "enormously satisfied" over Morocco-Spain relations that are of an "extraordinary quality."
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 8/19/2003
Morocco denounces hideous exploitation of situation of Moroccan POWs in southern Algeria
"Algeria's responsibility in this issue, as in all the aspects of the Moroccan Sahara question is clear, " Fassi Fihri underlined
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 8/19/2003
Syrian- Malaysian parliamentary talks
Speaker of the People's Assembly Naji Otari received in Damascus yesterday the Malaysian Prime Minister Mahateer Mohammad and an accompanying delegation.
Syria-Malaysia, Politics, 8/19/2003
Iraqi constitution work to start soon
The chairman of the Iraqi governing council Ibrahim al-Jaafari yesterday expressed his conviction that the new Iraqi constitution will be born within 6 months, while the formation of the Iraqi government will be next week.
Iraq-United Arab Emirates, Politics, 8/19/2003
Opposition supports nomination of Hedalah for Mauritania's presidency
The federation of the progress forces "Qiwa al-Taqaddoium," one of the important parties in Mauritania's opposition, announced withdrawal of the nominee for the presidential elections due to be held on November 7th and support for the nomination of former President Muhammad Khona Wild Hedalah.
Mauritania, Politics, 8/19/2003
Samaha vows commitment to UN resolutions
Lebanese Information Minister Michel Samaha has stressed that the shortest route to reach the security and stability in the region is achieving just and comprehensive peace based on Madrid terms of reference and relevant UN resolutions.
Lebanon-USA, Politics, 8/19/2003
UN anti- racial discrimination committee condemns Israel
All members announced that Israel is violating the International Convention on Human Rights and the committee demanded Israel to cancel the law it issued lately that prevents Palestinians who marry Arab Israeli women to live together in one place.
Israel-UN, Politics, 8/19/2003
Three houses demolished in Jerusalem, five Palestinians detained
the Israeli bulldozers demolished with the protection of scores of special units soldiers, three Palestinian homoes located in al-Ashqareyah area in Beit Hanina to the north of the holy city.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 8/19/2003
Arab League: accusations against Zayed Center are groundless
The spokesman for the secretary general of the Arab League, Hesham Youssef said yesterday that the American accusations of Zayed's international center for coordination as anti-Semitic "is absolutely baseless," noting that the Arab League has not received an official notification yet on UAE decision to give up this center.
Regional-United Arab Emirates, Politics, 8/19/2003
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Lebanese President, Emil Lahoud has stressed that any settlement to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict should not be at the expense of the Palestinian people's right to return to their homeland.
President Hosni Mubarak receives Sultan Qaboos bin Said of Oman in Alexandria today. The talks will focus on the peace process, the blockade imposed on the Palestinian people and Iraqi crisis and the joint Arab action.
Saudi Arabia has stressed the necessity for realizing a unified Arab stance vis-a-vis the dangers and challenges that encounter the Arab states.
With the attendance of Malaysian Prime Minister Mahateer Muhammad, an exhibition hall and service center of Malaysian Proton cars was inaugurated in Damascus yesterday.
Food contracts worth more than $1 billion have been prioritized for delivery to Iraq in the past week following consultations involving the United States-run Coalition Provisional Authority, Iraqi experts and the United Nations, the UN Office of the Iraq Program (OIP) announced yesterday.
In Yemen, Sanaa announced yesterday that Saudi Arabia handed it over 4 extremists, including 2 suspected to be involved in the attack which took place in 2002 against the French oil tanker Limburg on the southern eastern coasts of Yemen. It added that the Yemeni police detained one Saudi chased by Riyadh after he had fled from a prison in Najran to the south of the Kingdom, near the Yemeni borders. Another Saudi was detained over supporting a fleeing prisoner to cross the borders.
Morocco's Younes Al-Aynaoui has lost three ranks to stand at the 26th rank at the week's ATP race.
Nezha Bidouane, two-time world champion in 400 M hurdles, will not participate in the world athletics championships, to be held Aug. 23-31 in Paris, for a knee injury.