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Saudi Arabia's TV to broadcast Shoura council deliberations
Saudi Arabia announced on Saturday that excerpts from "the Shoura council" discussions will be for the first time broadcast in a weekly TV program within the framework of the political openness in the kingdom.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 11/3/2003
Arab Parliamentary Union: the Whole Arab Homeland is Syria statement
The 44th urgent session of the Arab Parliamentary Union Council concluded its deliberations in Syria on Sunday under the motto of "the Whole Arab Homeland is Syria." In a final statement, the Council expressed strong condemnation over the latest Israeli aggression on Syrian lands.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 11/3/2003
Final statement of Iraq's neighboring states FM s's meeting
The meetings of Iraq's neighboring countries' Foreign Ministers started in Damascus on Sunday with the participation of the Foreign Ministers Farouk al-Shara of Syria, Saud al-Fausal of Saudi Arabia, Marwan al-Muasher of Jordan, Kamal Kharazi of Iran, Ahmad Maher of Egypt, Abdullah Gul of Turkey and Mohammed Salem al-Sabah of Kuwait.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 11/3/2003
Yemeni, Sudanese, Ethiopian meeting on terrorism; Bashir accuses Garang of obstructing peace
The foreign ministers of Yemen, Sudan and Ethiopia started in Sanaa on Saturday a meeting that will last for two days in preparation to convene the summit which will be held by the presidents of the three countries in Addis Ababa in December in order to enhance the work of the regional group to fight terrorism in the African horn, formed by the three countries in January this year.
Yemen-Sudan, Politics, 11/3/2003
Jordan: Major looting case submitted to the state security court
The Jordanian government has submitted a large looting case to the state security court as a violation to economic security against a person who looted several millions dollars from "Philadelphia Bank,"
Jordan, Economics, 11/3/2003
Expatriate minister confers with Danish parliamentary delegation
Syria's Expatriates Minister, Butheina Shaaban on Saturday asserted Syria's continuous efforts for realizing just and comprehensive peace in the region in accordance with the international resolutions, "Madrid terms of reference" and "land for peace" formula.
Syria-Denmark, Politics, 11/3/2003
Libya joins the Arab electricity grid
The 9th Ministerial meeting of the six-way Electrical Linkage Countries was held on Sunday with the participation of the electricity and energy ministers of Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey in addition to a representative of Iraq.
Regional-Syria, Economics, 11/3/2003
Muqtada al-Sader eager to cooperate: the Americans are guests and peace lovers
The Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sader had considered "Saddam Hussein and his followers as the enemy of Iraq, rather than the Americans," whom he described as "guests" in Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 11/3/2003
Ben Ali calls for international protection of the Palestinians
Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has called for ensuring international protection for the Palestinian people from "the aggression it is exposed to daily" and called for preserving Iraq's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Tunisia-Palestine, Politics, 11/3/2003
The Guardian: European poll names Israel as greatest threat to world peace
The UK daily The Guardian reported yesterday that "Israel has been described as the top threat to world peace, ahead of North Korea, Afghanistan and Iran, by an unpublished European Commission poll of 7,500 Europeans, sparking an international row."
Israel-UN, Politics, 11/3/2003
Two Palestinians killed, Qrei puts final touches for his government
Five Israelis were injured yesterday in Nablus, while two Palestinians were killed by the bullets of the Israeli soldiers, with news of a nearby agreement on a new Palestinian government chaired by Ahmad Qrei as the authority of his emergency government which he leads expires tomorrow.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 11/3/2003
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Morocco's King Mohammed VI has sent a congratulations message to Algeria's President Abdul Aziz Butaflika on the occasion of this country's National (independence) day.
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad received on Saturday Lebanese Prime Minister, Rafic Hariri on the latest developments ion the region.
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara before noon on Sunday made a telephone call with his Bahraini counterpart, Mohammed Bin Mubarak Al Khalifa.
Chairman of Kuwait's Ummah council ( speaker of parliament) Jasem Muhammad al-Khurafi renewed "Kuwait's full solidarity with Syria in confrontation of the latest Israeli aggression on the Syrian lands" and the so-called Syria Accountability Act approved by US House of Representatives.
Syria's Minister of Tourism Saadallah Agha al-Qalaa said in a statement to SANA yesterday, that the festivals, the participation of the ministry in the international fairs and training workers on the modern marketing has helped Syria in developing tourism in Syria and increase European tourists, asserting the importance of tourism in developing the economy and in exposing Syria's heritage of civilization.
The real problem of drug trafficking is in the countries of the north bank of the Mediterranean where European Mafia networks arrange means of transportation and telecommunications extremely sophisticated, said Mohamed El Yazghi, Moroccan Minister of land development, water and environment.