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This suggests that valuable knowledge achievements might depend crucially on matters that involve political will and leadership
Regional, Economics, 11/1/2003
Sudan: merging the southern rebels with a split group
The Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA) and Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) ( the united group) -- a group split since 1991 and works in the upper Nile area in the central west, announced yesterday merging with the government in the course of the efforts to expand the peace process in Sudan.
Sudan, Politics, 11/1/2003
Algeria: arresting Balhah and then releasing him
The Algerian police yesterday arrested the second ranking official in the banned Salvation Islamic Front, Ali Balhah, and subjected him to 7 hours of investigation before releasing him.
Algeria, Politics, 11/1/2003
Syria statement on Iraq's neighboring states FM s' meeting
Director of the Foreign Media Department at the Foreign Ministry, Bushra Kanafani declared that Foreign Ministers of the Neighbor States Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Egypt, Jordan and Syria will hold a meeting in Damascus on the 1st and the 2nd of November.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 11/1/2003
Syrian clergy confers with Sudanese official
Patriarch of Antioch and all the East for Assyrian Orthodox, Zakka I Iwas, received on Friday a Sudanese delegation headed by Chairman of the Southern States Coordination Council, Rick Fay Cook.
Syria-Sudan, Religion, 11/1/2003
Sahara dispute, an issue between Morocco and Algeria, says ambassador
"We are not playing ping pong here. Algeria and Morocco must bear together a common responsibility in preparing a better future for the people of the Maghreb."
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 11/1/2003
Women MPS, associations support family law reforms proposed by Moroccan king
Several women associations and women parliament members have voiced support to the proposed family law (Mudawana) reforms announced by the Moroccan king on October 10, describing the amendments as "an initiative that would contribute to the edification of a modernist and democratic society."
Morocco, Politics, 11/1/2003
King Mohammed launches 6th nationwide solidarity week
In a bid to reinforce its participation and mutual assistance policy, the foundation is projecting to encourage initiatives geared to encouraging the spirit of citizenship among young people through the creation of networks to spearhead voluntary activities and deepening citizenship values.
Morocco, Local, 11/1/2003
The Arab states need serious effort to cut unemployment
The Arab states need $90 billion to create 6 million jobs and cut unemployment among young people, the Arab Labor Organization said Thursday.
Regional, Economics, 11/1/2003
Confrontation between Palestinians, Israel
One Palestinian student was hit by the Israeli occupation soldiers bullets on Friday evening after he refused to stop at an Israeli military barrier at the entrance of Nablus to the north of the West Bank.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/1/2003
New UN anti-corruption treaty helps the poor, Annan
With the United Nations General Assembly set to adopt a new treaty against corruption, Secretary-General Kofi Annan today welcomed the accord, saying that it enjoins governments to return stolen assets to the countries that own them and, if fully enforced, removes one of the biggest obstacles to development.
Regional, Politics, 11/1/2003
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Health Minister in the Coordinating Council of the South governorates in Sudan, Peter Adok Auto signed with Director of the Syrian Red Cross and Red Crescent Organization, Abdul Rahman al-Attar a twining agreement between the Red Cross organizations in the two states.
Jalal al-Talibani will assume as from today and for one month the rotating presidency of the Iraqi Interim Governing council. Hundreds of Kurds in Karkouk celebrated this occasion yesterday.
Kuwait has stressed its participation at the meeting of Iraq's neighboring countries scheduled to be held in Damascus tomorrow in a statement issued yesterday in Kuwait by its foreign minister, Sheikh Muhammad Sabah al-Salem al-Sabah.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved funds for Iraq's reconstruction valued at $18.649 billion, with the Senate having already consented to the funding.
Moroccan tennisman Hicham Arazi was beaten this Friday at the quarter-finals of the 2.4 million Euro-worth indoors Paris-Bercy tournament, the last one in the Masters series. Arazi was beaten by Czech Jiri Novak in two sets (6-2 and 6-1).
The police said it has seized 87 KG of cannabis in the port of Tangier in two days and arrested 3 persons.