Uganda accuses Sudan of supporting north's rebels
Uganda has for the first time accused Sudan of resuming support for the north's rebels in a violation to the border cooperation agreement, but added it will hold talks with Khartoum next week to settle this issue.
Sudan-Uganda, Politics, 9/13/2003
Morocco calls WTO member countries to renew adherence to doha round
Moroccan foreign trade minister, Mustapha Mechahouri, called on Thursday the World Trade Organization (WTO) member-countries to reiterate attachment to the Doha program.
Regional-Morocco, Economics, 9/13/2003
Court winds up hearing in case of Frenchman-led terrorism suspected group
The Court of Appeal in Rabat wound up Thursday evening hearings in the case of a group of 12 suspected terrorists, led by Frenchman Pierre Robert, alias "Abou Abderrahmane," in connection with the ongoing investigations on last May 16 terrorist attacks in casablanca that left 45 dead.
Morocco, Local, 9/13/2003
Syria, Armenia sign executive higher education program co-operation
Syria's Minister of Education Mohmoud al-Sayed and Armenian Minister of Education and Sciences Sergi Yeretsian signed in Ervin on Friday the executive program of cooperation in filed of higher education.
Syria-Armenia, Education, 9/13/2003
Morocco calls for more efforts to eradicate illiteracy
Moroccan Secretary of state in charge of literacy and non formal education, Najema Rhozali has urged the international community to step up efforts to eradicate illiteracy worldwide.
Morocco-Regional, Education, 9/13/2003
Local polls: candidate dies of heart attack after squabble with opponent
A candidate to the local polls held this Friday in Morocco died of a heart attack after a squabble with another candidate near a polling station.
Morocco, Local, 9/13/2003
New tape for al-Qaida; al-Ghamidi reads his own will
Al-Jazeera TV yesterday broadcasted a televised tape showing Saeed al-Ghamidi, one of the executors of September 11 attacks against the USA two years ago, while reading his own "will" in which he commended the martyrdom operations in Palestine against the Israelis, adding that these operations have "moral effect" on the Arabs and he threatened the Americans of more attacks.
Regional, Politics, 9/13/2003
Russia to exchange wheat for Egyptian products
Russia expressed readiness to export wheat in return for Egyptian products, said Russian Minister of Industry, Science and Technology, Ilya Klebanov.
Egypt-Russia, Economics, 9/13/2003
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