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Libya demands compenstions for its victims of US 1986 bombing
"The delegation of the relatives of victims of the foiled American Nato barbaric aggression against the Great Jamahiriya in 1986 left Tripoli international airport last night heading to the United Nations headquarters in Geneve to call for compensation for that aggression," the Libyan official news agency JANA said yesterday.
Libya-USA, Politics, 9/18/2003
Libya boycotts an Arab ministerial meeting
Libya boycotted yesterday works of the 72nd session of the social and economic council which was at the headquarters of the Arab League in Cairo. This was in another step towards implementing a new threat to withdrawal from the AL.
Regional-Libya, Economics, 9/18/2003
King Abdullah; Iran is ready to cooperate to avoid Iraqi civil war
The Jordanian King Abdullah II said yesterday that Iran can be ready to cooperate with neighboring states and with the US to avoid a civil war in Iraq and the partition of it.
Jordan-Iran, Politics, 9/18/2003
Pan Arab support for Syria against American accusations
Arab League's Secretary General Amr Moussa has criticized the American accusations of Syria, stressing that these accusations express the American double standard policy which ignores the Israeli arsenal that threatens security and stability in the region.
Regional-Syria, Politics, 9/18/2003
On Kharazi's visit to Saudi Arabia
The Iranian Foreign minister Kamal Kharazi has considered that his visit to Saudi Arabia was a good opportunity to discuss several regional and international issues which are of concern to the two countries.
Saudi Arabia-Iran, Politics, 9/18/2003
Settlement of Sahara issue lies in security guaranteed by Moroccan kingy, Sahrawi notables
The only alternative to the latest plan of UN Secretary General's personal envoy to the Sahara, James Baker, which can not be accepted, consists in the kingdom's democratic institutions and the security guaranteed by Morocco, a delegation representing Sahrawi populations of Moroccan southern provinces said in Spain Tuesday.
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 9/18/2003
Renault CEO meets premier over setting up in Morocco
The Moroccan state and Renault also agreed that Renault will start assembling in SOMACA starting end of 2005 the L90 car, a family and economical car destined for the domestic market and exportation.
Morocco-France, Business, 9/18/2003
Intifada Support Committee meets in Damascus
The "Executive Bureau and the Media Committee of the Syrian Arab Popular Committee for Supporting the Palestinian Intifada and Resisting the Zionist Project" held its meeting in Damascus today under the Chairman of the Committee, Ahmad Abdulkarim.
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 9/18/2003
Miqdad and the American veto on expelling Arafat
Syria's permanent representative at the United Nations, Faisal Miqdad underlined the American unjustified use of the veto against a "balanced draft resolution which reflects reality and demands putting an end to the Israeli aggressive practices which contradict the United Nations' Charter and international law."
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 9/18/2003
Hizbullah negotiates with Israel over non- Lebanese prisoners
The secretary general of the Lebanese Hizbulah Party Hassan Nasrullah stressed that the negotiations held regarding releasing prisoners in Israeli jails will include Palestinians, Syrians and Jordanians beside the Lebanese prisoners.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 9/18/2003
Israel kills One Palestinian; students arrested; 3 homes demolished
One Palestinian was killed yesterday by the Israeli occupation forces during fire exchange with the occupation forces which continued its aggressions against the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, and as a result, three Palestinian homes were destroyed and Israel launched a campaign of arrest targeting 21 Palestinians including ten students of Beir Zeit university.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 9/18/2003
Snow discusses in Jordan fighting terrorism sponsoring; Chalabi asks Jordan for frozen debts and assets
Jordanian- American talks were held yesterday on "fighting terrorism sponsoring" while the Jordanian government of Ali Abul Ragheb dismissed the decision of the Central Bank in Jordan to freeze assets relating to the Hamas movement.
Jordan-USA, Politics, 9/18/2003
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A Libyan official announced yesterday that the International Charity Foundation Kaddafi is putting the final touches with representatives of families of 170 victims who were killed in the explosion of the French Uta plane over Niger to finalize a compensation agreement and will complete the agreement before the end of the period set for completing this agreement by the end of October.
The latest proposal floated by the UN secretary general's personal envoy for the Sahara, James Baker, "will not bring a viable solution to the Sahara issue and it threatens stability in the region," deputy-president of Sahrawi Affairs Consultative Council, El Ghailani Dlimi, asserted Tuesday.
The Spanish prime minister Jose Maria Aznar started yesterday a visit to Libya after the UN security council lifted sanctions from Libya last week following a settlement for the Lockerbie issue.
Moroccan prime minister, Driss Jettou, held talks here on Tuesday with British minister of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs, Baroness Symons de Vernham Dean, who started Monday a three-day visit to Morocco.
An official inaugurated Monday a symposium to embark on a project to upgrade women in the Upper Egyptian governorate of Menya.
US National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice said on Tuesday "we still have several problems with Syria. We got some cooperation in closing the border before Iraqi figures who tried to get out of Iraq by the end of the war." But she added "we remind the Syrians that they have obligations for their borders not to be used for terrorists' transit and they have also obligations to disclose anything they make in the field relating to mass destruction weapons."
The Spanish investigation judge Paltsar Ghartoun, who is in charge of investigation terrorist cases, accused al-Jazeera TV correspondent Teiseir Allouni, currently held in Spain for investigation over being involved in terrorist attacks, including attacks.