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Inter- Sudanese negotiations in Kenya suspended indefinitely
The 7th round of peace negotiations between the Sudanese government and the rebels led by John Garang in Kenya will be suspended tomorrow following weeks of negotiations during which the two sides have failed to reach a solution for pending issues according to the Kenyan mediator Lazaraos Simbayo yesterday.
Sudan, Politics, 8/23/2003
Negotiations in Libya, de Villepin is optimist
The French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin said yesterday that representatives of families of the victims of the French Uta plane which had accused Libya of blowing it up in 1989 headed for Libya on Thursday to make consultations with International Charity Foundation Kaddafi which is chaired by Saif Al-Islam Kaddafi, son of Libya's leader on a deal for a better compensation than that they received in 1999.
Libya-France, Politics, 8/23/2003
Moussa, Maher meet with the Iraqi governing council tomorrow
The spokesman for the Arab League Hesham Youssef said yesterday that the secretary general of the Arab League Amr Moussa will receive a delegation representing the transitional governing council in Iraq tomorrow in Cairo in order to discuss all details relating to the Iraqi issue.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 8/23/2003
Two US soldiers killed in Iraq, Spanish base attacked, Turkey considers sending troops
Two American soldiers were killed yesterday in the city of al-Hella to the south of Baghdad and two other soldiers were captured to the west of Baghdad, while a Spanish military base was exposed to artillery bombardment in al-Dewaneyah, and the UN has announced launching an airline bridge between Baghdad and Amman to evacuate workers of the UN organization from Iraq back to their home countries.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 8/23/2003
Talibani in Australia: mass destruction weapons are hidden
al- Talbani's statement on the Iraqi weapons comes at a time when an official investigation is being made on intelligence information concerning Iraq in which the Australian expert Andrew Welky said that the government lied and exaggerating the threats constituted by Iraqi weapons.
Iraq-Australia, Politics, 8/23/2003
NGO says French association report on Moroccan POWs is only part of horrible reality
The revelations of the French association "France Liberte" that denounced the imprisonment of Moroccan prisoners of war in inhumane conditions, is only a part of an irreversible reality in Tindouf sequestration camps, the Association of Defense of Sahrawi Refugees in Tindouf (ADESETI) said.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 8/23/2003
Demonstration in al-Azhar in support of the Intifada, against Iraq's occupation
Hundreds of Egyptian worshippers in al-Azhar mosque gathered following Friday's prayers yesterday to take part in a demonstration of protest against the American occupation of Iraq and in support of the Palestinian resistance.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 8/23/2003
Israel kills one Palestinian, wounds two; Palestinian missiles at Israeli settlements
Following the assassination of the political official at the Palestinian Hamas movement Ismael Abu Shanab, Israel vowed to liquidate the Palestinian resistance fighters, at a time when its forces continued operations of incursions and detentions in the West Bank
Palestine-Israel, Military, 8/23/2003
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In response to allegations of the Israeli delegate at the United Nations concerning the truck that was used in the explosion in Baghdad, an official source at the Syrian Foreign Ministry stated that the Israeli statement is "incredible and is considered to be a strange paradox from a side that undermines the United Nations, its resolutions and its employees."
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher has condemned the assassination of Ismael Abu Shanab, a Hamas Leader, asserting that Israeli policy of assassination hinders the realization of peace in the region.
Lebanese President Emil Lahoud has stressed that the bombardment at the United Nations' headquarter is a criminal act because it targeted the United Nations' role and the principles.
Lebanese Foreign Minister, Jean Obeid has held Israel responsible for the bombardment of the United Nations' headquarter in Baghdad.
The Moroccan people, government and at their forefront King Mohammed VI, should "be praised for the remarkable progress achieved in favor of childhood," UNICEF director General, Carol Bellamy said.
Syria's Ambassador to Sudan Wajih Asaad has asserted that the Syrian- Sudanese relations are strong particularly concerning coordination towards the issues of the region and the challenges facing the Arab and the Islamic nations.
Founder of the Palestinian Resistance Movement, Hamas, Sheikh Ahmad Yassin has asserted that revenge for the assassination of Ismael Abu Shanab, one of Hamas Leaders, will be grievous.
Morocco's Younes El Aynaoui qualified Thursday for the third round of Waterhouse tournament in Long Island.