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Sudan agreement on a general amnesty
Bashir stressed that the peace negotiations are proceeding smoothly, promising to reach a final agreement.
Sudan-USA, Politics, 12/9/2003
Algeria: proposal to parliament to remove suspicion in election results
Algerian parties announced yesterday for the first time that they had proposed amending the election law so as to prevent members serving in the army from voting at their work sites, along with the police members, and the security official members, in order to avoid what they call as falsifications in the presidential elections in April, 2004.
Algeria, Politics, 12/9/2003
Kuwait welcomes Moussa's participation in the GCC summit
Kuwait's minister of information Muhammad Abu al-Hassan has stressed that differences with the secretary general of the Arab league Amr Mousa have been eliminated, and that his country welcomes Moussa's visit to take part in the Gulf GCC states summit.
Kuwait-Regional, Politics, 12/9/2003
On inter-Sudanese negotiations in Kenya
Negotiations resumed in the Kenyan province of Nivasha between the government, represented by the first vice president of the Sudanese President, Ali Othman Muhammad Taha, and the southern rebels, represented by its head John Garang, in an attempt to reach a peaceful and durable solution, amid news of progress in the two issues of Jabal al-Nouba and the Blue Nile.
Sudan, Politics, 12/9/2003
King of Bahrain meets with Zibari
King of Bahrain, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa yesterday discussed with the Iraq's foreign minister Hoshiar Muhammad Zeibar who arrived in Manama on a Gulf tour, the situation in Iraq, according to Bahrain's news agency, while quoting a Bahraini source.
Bahrain-Iraq, Politics, 12/9/2003
Poignant testimonies by Polisaro victims at conference confound separatists
Poignant testimonies delivered on Saturday by victims of Polisario human rights violations, deportations and torture confounded the separatists and shattered lies and allegations presented at a conference held in the French capital in honor of the Polisario.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 12/9/2003
Morocco and Spain willing to open new chapter in bilateral ties, Moroccan fm
Moroccan minister of foreign affairs and cooperation, Mohamed Benaissa, stressed this Monday the existence of a shared will by Morocco and Spain to "open a new chapter in bilateral ties."
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 12/9/2003
Darfour rebels: 700 government soldiers were killed
A group of rebels in west Sudan announced that it had killed 700 members of the government forces and pro government militias in an ambush, and forced them to retreat, after these forces tried to move forward inside the rebel areas in Darfour.
Sudan, Politics, 12/9/2003
Moroccan, Spanish prime ministers meet in Marrakesh
Moroccan prime minister, Driss Jettou, had here Monday evening tete-ˆ-tete talks with head of the Spanish government, Jose Maria Aznar, who is leading an official delegation to a 2-day working visit to Morocco.
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 12/9/2003
Princess Lalla Salma visits model kindergarten in Paris
Morocco's Princess Lalla Salma visited this Monday "Enfant Present," a model kindergarten in Paris that offers an appropriate atmosphere for children facing difficulties.
Morocco-France, Culture, 12/9/2003
New round of Syria- EU negotiations
The EU and Syria started a new round of negotiations in Damascus Monday with debates on the prologue of the partnership project and several other articles as well as exchange of agrarian products and food stuffs.
Syria-European Union, Economics, 12/9/2003
Palestinian groups agree to continue dialogue
In their statements which were made in conclusion of their talks in Cairo on Sunday evening, the 12 Palestinian groups stressed the need of continued "Inter- Palestinian dialogue."
Palestine, Politics, 12/9/2003
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President of Belarus, Aleksandr Lukashenko, arrives in Damascus today in a two-day official visit to Syria for talks with President Bashar al-Assad and senior Syrian officials.
The 28th international conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent adopted at its closure Saturday a final declaration that backs Morocco's calls for the release of its POWs in Tindouf camps (southwestern Algeria).
The governing council in Iraq announced yesterday appointing the Shiite dentist Salma al-Khafaji to replace on the council Aqeela al-Hashimi who was assassinated in September in Baghdad.
The call for dialogue to find a settlement to the Sahara dispute, launched by Moroccan King Mohammed VI in Tunis, was welcomed by Spanish foreign minister who described it as a "strong message."
No solution to the Sahara dispute "is possible without dialogue and entente between Algeria and Morocco," Moroccan minister of foreign affairs and cooperation said, in Tunis Saturday.
Moroccan minister of foreign affairs and cooperation has described as successful the summit meeting that brought together leaders of southern European Countries and those of North Africa, known as the 5"5 dialogue, held this December 5-6 in Tunis.
No solution should be imposed on Morocco over the Sahara dispute that must be settled politically, said, in Rabat Sunday, visiting member of the central committee of the Chinese communist party in Power and secretary of the committee for the Beijing municipality.
The Syrian Airlines Establishment Shafik Daoud and the Lufthansa Corporation for German Consultations recently signed an understanding memo, so that Lufthansa would study and put a program for developing the Syrian Airlines establishment and rehabilitate the aviation sector and its affiliated institutions to become good competition in the aviation market.
A cooperation agreement on the protection of Morocco's Roman site Volubilis (northeast of Rabat) was signed in Rabat Monday between the culture department and the Institute of Archeology of University College London (UCL).
The Moroccan high commissioner for water and forests and for desert encroachment fighting has earmarked a 275 million DH (US$ 28 million) to reforest 37,000 hectares in the 2003-2004 season.