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Libya announces vast plan for privatization
The Libyan prime minister Shukri Ghanem considered that Libya had prepared a large scale plan for privatizing state owned factories and companies and the plan is to be extended until 2008.
Libya, Economics, 11/24/2003
Tunisian lawyers deplore authority practices
The Tunisian lawyers deplores the harassment they are exposed to and the human rights violations in Tunisia.
Tunisia, Politics, 11/24/2003
No viable settlement to Sahara issue without parties' agreement, Spanish fm
There will be no viable settlement to the Sahara issue without the agreement of concerned parties, said Friday Spanish foreign minister, Ana Maria Palacio.
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 11/24/2003
No one has the right to impose any Sahara settlement to Morocco, Chilean speaker
No one has the right to impose any solution to Morocco regarding the Sahara issue, said speaker of the Chilean Senate, Andres Zalvidar Larrain, currently on an official visit to Morocco.
Morocco-Chile, Politics, 11/24/2003
Algeria announces Maghreban summit for end of december
Algerian foreign minister, Abdelaziz Belkhadem, announced here on Saturday the summit of the Arab Maghreb Union (UMA) will be held end of next December.
Algeria-Maghreb, Politics, 11/24/2003
Al-Assad confers with US task force on Lebanon delegation
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday received in Damascus a Committee of Working for Lebanon's ( Task Force) delegation chaired by Thomas Nassef.
Syria-USA, Politics, 11/24/2003
Iraqi- Syrian relations are very good, member of Iraqi governing council says
A member of the Interim Governing Council in Iraq described his country's relations with Syria as "very good," saying Iraqi delegations and figures pay regular visits to Damascus.
Iraq-Syria, Politics, 11/24/2003
Taha accuses Turabi of violating peace talks on Darfour
SudanÕs (First) Vice-President, Ali Othman Muhammad Taha, has accused the People's Congress Party, which is led by Hassan Turabi, of violating peace talks with the rebels of Dafour, which are being held under the mediation of Chad .
Sudan, Politics, 11/24/2003
Mubarak receives message from Talbani
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak received Saturday a message from head of Iraq's Interim Governing Council (IGC) Jalal Talbani on the latest developments in Iraq.
Egypt-Iraq, Politics, 11/24/2003
An Iraqi ambassador in Washington
Rand said that "Iraq's representation will be of a special feature because there has been no representation during the past 13 years," noting that she will seek to reflect a clear vision for the new Iraq, and to build new relations with the USA and all countries of the world.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 11/24/2003
One Saudi detainee committed suicide because Yemen refused him asylum
The Yemeni opposition announced the death of a Saudi citizen inside a Yemeni detention center, when he committed suicide, because the Yemeni authorities refused to give him and three of his colleagues the right to political asylum.
Saudi Arabia-Yemen, Local, 11/24/2003
Israeli forces besiege Bethlehem, Palestinians doubt Sharon's intention
The sources said that the child, Ibrahim al-Jalamenah, was hit in his chest as he threw stones at Israeli soldiers who retaliated by opening fire during an incursion operation to the west of Jenin.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/24/2003
Syrian- Cypriot oil cooperation
Syria's Oil and Mineral Resources Minister Ibrahim Haddad received on Sunday the former Cypriot Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides (candidate representing Cyprus in EU ) in the presence of Cypriot ambassador to Syria
Syria-Cyprus, Economics, 11/24/2003
ChevronTexaco executive: Natural Gas Exports Are a "Bonus Prize" for Africa
Kirkland said, natural gas was a resource looking for a market -- but today, it has become a "bonus" for Africa, in addition to the continent's large oil reserves. Natural gas, he said, now flows directly from Africa's energy development -- an area in which ChevronTexaco is committed to spending more than $20 billion over the next five years.
Regional-USA, Economics, 11/24/2003
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Lebanese President Emile Lahoud has said that Lebanon had forced Israel to withdraw out of Lebanon in May 2000 as an outcome of Lebanon's national unity and the unlimited Syrian support.
Spanish foreign minister, Ana Maria Palacio, who visited Morocco on Thursday said Morocco and Algeria, and Maghreban states at large, are the cornerstone of cooperation between the European Union and south Mediterranean countries.
Oman reported that the national economy since the adoption of the future vision plan in 1996 saw continuous growth that "averaged 5.7% at current prices for the period from 1996-2002..that led to positive improvement in the individualÕs average income and living standards with per capita income increased at an annual rate of 3.1% to RO. 3077 in 2003 from RO. 1390 in 1995 and that was despite the 2.5% rise in population growth rate," the official news agency reported.
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad received Lebanese Minister of Public Works and Transport, Mohammad Najib Miqati, at the People's Palace on Sunday noon on issues of interest for the two states.
Farouk al-Shara received in Damascus on Sunday the former Cypriot Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides on the latest regional and international developments in addition to the bilateral relations.
The Spanish Association of Polisario Victims (ASVIPO) called Saturday for efforts to end the tragedy of "hundreds of Sahrawi families," whose parents have been missing because of the Polisario.
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa signed yesterday a memo of understanding with the German Fredrich foundation aimed at boosting cooperation on the dialogue of civilization and promoting the role of the non-governmental organizations in social, economic, environment and development domains.
During his meeting with the delegation of the global press before inaugurating the sessions of the Comdex IT Exhibition, Bill Gates, Chief of Microsoft, praised the Egyptian experience in the field of modern techniques saying that Egypt is now the main center of information technology in the Middle East.
The US has launched, in the framework of the currently negotiated free trade agreement with Morocco, a US$ 3 million program to fight child labor. "Initiative Education," which is subject to a partnership between the US labor department and the Moroccan government, will be run by the company Management Systems International (MSI), which started working on the project early October, 2003.
The fourth meting of the Arab parliamentary forum for population and development will be meeting here December 3 through 5.
The Moroccan community legally settled in Spain is 327,000-strong, a figure that includes 45,000 people more than in 2002, a source close to the Spanish ministry of interior said.