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Bashir promises to lift emergency law
The Sudanese official news agency said yesterday that the Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir informed leaders of Muslim and Christian tribes that he will end the current state of emergency in the country after reaching a peace agreement.
Sudan, Politics, 11/12/2003
US Congress delegation describes discussions in Syria as very good
Member of the U.S. Congress and Chairman of the U.S. Congress delegation, James Colby has described his discussions with President Bashar al-Assad and with Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara as' Very Good'.
Syria-USA, Politics, 11/12/2003
Al-Rai al-Aam: King Abdullah: Federation based on sectarianism and religion will partition Iraq
The Jordanian king Abdullah II who started yesterday an official visit to Kuwait said that he fears that the federal system in Iraq is a prescription for dividing the country.
Jordan-Iraq, Politics, 11/12/2003
Mubarak warns against attitudes to partition Iraq
Egypt's Presidemt Hosni Mubarak yesterday called on Israel to collaborate with the new Palestinian government chaired by Ahmad Qrei. He considered that the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon "is able to achieve progress on the road of peace" calling for "stopping violation of the Iraqi land and stopping any influence for any of the neighboring states," while he also warned against any conflict towards partition or cessation."
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 11/12/2003
British envoy describes talks with al-Assad as constructive
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad received on Tuesday Special Representative of British Prime Minister to Iraq and Deputy Chairman of the Interim Coalition Authority, Jeremy Greenstock.
Syria-UK, Politics, 11/12/2003
Jordanian intelligence kidnap of a Saudi official from Iraq
Jordanian intelligence officers kidnapped the Saudi political opposition Faisal Naji Hammoud al-Balawi who left the kingdom on the board of a plane high-jacked to Iraq accompanied by his colleagues Aesh Ali Hussein al-Freidi.
Saudi Arabia-Jordan, Politics, 11/12/2003
Details of the liberalization of Morocco's air transport sector will be announced in few weeks
Details of the liberalization of the air transport sector in Morocco will be announced in a few weeks, said Moroccan minister of tourism, in a statement Monday to the national TV.
Morocco, Economics, 11/12/2003
Moussa, Armitage hold different views on occupation and resistance
The secretary general of the Arab League Amr Moussa had different views with the US Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage who is currently visiting Cairo to discuss the two issues of occupation and resistance.
Regional-USA, Politics, 11/12/2003
Palestinian Supreme Judge arrested by Israel, Two Palestinian Children Die of wounds
"Two Palestinian teen boys died of wounds they sustained by Israeli fire as three others were wounded, while scores of others were arrested in several cities of the West Bank and Gaza Strip and Liath Mazen Subeih, 15, died Wednesday of his wounds he sustained last Saturday in Barqeen town of Jenin by the Israeli occupying soldiers, Palestinian medical sources confirmed," the Palestinian IPC news agency reported yesterday.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/12/2003
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Sudan's southern rebels ( People's Liberation Army) delegation said that the delegation's visit to Cairo achieved its objectives.
Indonesian foreign affairs minister, Nur Hassan Wirajuda, arrived here Tuesday for a two-day visit.
The permanent representatives of Syria, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iran, Turkey, Kuwait and Jordan have sent a memorandum to the United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, and to Chairman of the UN Security Council calling for generalization of the final statement of Iraq's neighboring countries Foreign Ministers meeting recently held in Damascus and considering it as an official document at the UN.