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Hope pinned on al-Assad's visit to Qatar
Qatari Minister of Information has stressed that President Bashar al-Assad's visit to Qatar comes within the framework of persisting the exerted efforts to help the Arab situation and activate solidarity among the Arabs particularly within the difficult circumstance facing the Arab nation.
Qatar-Syria, Politics, 10/24/2003
Khartoum: Sudan insists on solving neighboring crisis for genuine peace
The Sudanese foreign minister warned that the Sudanese settlement "will fail unless it is viewed within the comprehensive regional framework. Security and political problems in these countries should be solved, otherwise the whole region will move into a negative direction."
Sudan, Politics, 10/24/2003
Egypt's government talks with opposition exclude Muslim Brothers
The minister of the People's Assembly and the Shoura council and the assistant secretary general of the ruling democratic national party Kamal al-Chazli said yesterday that the dialogue currently ongoing between the government and the opposition on political reform rules out the Ikhwan al-Muslimin (Muslim Brothers) group because it is not a legitimate party.
Egypt, Politics, 10/24/2003
Madrid: releasing Allouni under bond
The Spanish authorities yesterday released the correspondent of al-Jazeera satellite station in Qatar, Teiseir Allouni, who was accused by a Spanish judge of belonging to al-Qaida organization.
Regional-Spain, Politics, 10/24/2003
Maher: Egypt capable of defending itself
"How much longer will the world stand by as a spectator, and how long will some international parties continue encouraging Israel to carry on with its schemes?" Maher wanted to know.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 10/24/2003
Syria, Qatar's FMs meet on ME issues
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara met in Doha yesterday his Qatari Counterpart, Hamad Bin Jasem Bin Jaber al-Thani.
Qatar-Syria, Politics, 10/24/2003
Libya, Turkey open a new page
A Turkish official source announced that Turkey and Libya will hold in January 2004, a meeting for their joint economic committee for the first time since 7 years with the aim to open "a new page" in their trade relations.
Libya-Turkey, Politics, 10/24/2003
Government examines practical measures for new family law enforcement
The weekly Moroccan government meeting held this Thursday looked into the draft family code that was announced on Oct.10 by King Mohammed VI at the opening of the parliament's fall session.
Morocco, Politics, 10/24/2003
Washington calls Riyadh to speed reforms, Saudi demonstrations foiled
The Saudi Arabian security forces yesterday foiled a series of citizens' efforts that took place in Riyadh and several Saudi cities for the second time within one month, demanding for political reforms, despite the threats made by the authorities to punish those who respond to demonstration which was called on from London by the Islamic movement for reform.
Saudi Arabia-USA, Politics, 10/24/2003
Morocco expresses strong reservation over latest UN secretary general's report on sahara
Morocco, which remains ready for dialogue and negotiations, expresses strong reserves over any solution that would undermine its territorial integrity and national sovereignty.
Morocco-UN, Politics, 10/24/2003
Suzanne Mubarak, Sheikha Sbeika to address conference on Women in the Arab World
Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak will make a keynote address at the inaugural session Thursday of the conference on "Women in the Arab World" which is being arranged by the London-based Arab International Women's Forum.
Regional, Local, 10/24/2003
Israel bulldozers destroy factory and raze arable land
The Palestinian news agency IPC reported today that "Two Palestinian citizens, Zakaria and Ahmad Al-Astal, were shot and moderately wounded by Israeli occupation forces."
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/24/2003
Jordanian king receives Qrei and American delegation: The Palestinians have to abide by obligations
The Jordanian King Abdullah II who received yesterday in al-Aqaba a delegation representing the US Congress and the Palestinian prime minister Ahmad Qrei, urged the Palestinians to execute their security obligations, as stated in the Roadmap.
Jordan-Palestine, Politics, 10/24/2003
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Syria's President Bashar al-Assad received at his residence in Doha yesterday Qatar's Heir Apparent (crown prince) Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani on bilateral relations.
Prime Minister, Naji Otari opened yesterday in Damascus at Umayyad Palace for conferences the European-Oriental Economic Meeting saying the development and modernization process in Syria will includes administrative and production reforms and activation of the private and public sectors.
Syria and Qatar signed in Qatar yesterday several agreements including: An agreement about establishing a higher joint committee, cultural cooperation, scientific and arts cooperation, avoiding the double taxes, encouraging and protecting the exchanged investments, regulating the Syrian national workers in Qatar.
U.S. president, George W. Bush, praised the "important reforms of Moroccan family law to advance the rights of women" announced on Oct.10 by King Mohammed VI.
Egyptian Foreign Minister, Ahmed Maher has called on the international community to put an end to the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people and the United States to play an efficient role in this regard to force Israel to commit itself to the commitments of the roadmap.
Moroccan minister in charge of public sectors' modernization, Najib Zerouali Ouariti, highlighted Wednesday the important role that new information and communication technologies can play in the reform of the public administration.
An association dubbed "SOS Hepatitis" has seen the light in Casablanca recently, to help slash the prevalence of Hepatitis C in Morocco where an estimated 300,000 persons are infected by the virus.