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Coming Arab Summit a chance for a new effective institution of Arab joint action; not just more talk
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa said that all the Arabs hope that the coming Arab Summit will shape a new phase for the joint Arab action. He added that we have a chance to give a new birth certificate for institutions of joint Arab action in order to perform their role in supporting Arab cooperation.
Regional, Politics, 1/14/2004
Democracy, rule of law, pillars of Morocco's policy, minister
Moroccan human rights minister, Mohamed Aujjar, asserted in Tunis Tuesday that democracy and the rule of law are the pillars of Morocco's policy.
Morocco, Politics, 1/14/2004
Arab lawyers urge to address factors favoring international terrorism
Secretary General of the Arab Lawyers Union (ALU), Ibrahim Samlali, said that the efficient means to fight international terrorism is to address factors that underline it.
Regional, Politics, 1/14/2004
Syrian pharmaceuticals to expand exports in the Gulf states
Minister of Health Mohammad Iyad al-Shatti met in Damascus on Tuesday General Director of the Executive Bureau of the Gulf Cooperation Council States' Health Ministers Council Tawfiq Ben Ahmad Khojeh.
Syria-Gulf, Economics, 1/14/2004
Washington urges agreement, Khartoum prefers signature in Africa
The American presidential envoy for peace in Sudan, John Danforth, held yesterday talks with the Sudanese vice president, Ali Othman Taha, and the commander of the southern rebels, John Garang, in the Kenyan town of Nivasha, in which he urged them an agreement before January 20th, while the Sudanese foreign minister Mustafa Othman Ismael said that the Sudanese government prefers to sign the agreement in Africa rather than Washington.
Sudan-USA, Politics, 1/14/2004
Katsaf invites al-Assad for negotiations in secret or in open, without conditions
He explained that this invitation will be of no result and there will be no peace as long as Israel does not honor UN security council resolutions provide for Israel's withdrawal from the Golan heights occupied in 1967.
Syria-Israel, Politics, 1/14/2004
AL delegation visits Tunisia this month
A spokesman for the secretary general of the Arab League (AL), Amr Mousa, said that a delegation from the Arab League will head for Tunisia on January 22 to meet with senior Tunisian officials.
Tunisia-Regional, Politics, 1/14/2004
Saudi TV shows pictures for redeeming al-Qaida members
Saudi Arabia's ministry of the interior accused persons who said to carry deviant thoughts to seek imposition their views by means of " terror."
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 1/14/2004
Libya attends Davos forum for the first time since 20 years
Organizers of the economic Davos forum announced yesterday that Libya will attend, for the first time in 20 years, the forum which will be held this month, stressing that "very important discussions will be held during it, as well as with the American administrator of Iraq, Paul Bremer, and five or six Iraqi ministers.
Libya-Regional, Local, 1/14/2004
NGO informs UN on Human rights violations in southern Algeria
The Sweden-based association for the defense of the population sequestered in Tindouf (ADESETI) informed Monday the UN on human rights breaches and violations against people sequestered in Tindouf camps (southwestern Algeria).
Morocco-Sweden, Politics, 1/14/2004
Yemeni society calls for solidarity with Sheikh al-Mu'ayad
A Yemeni people's non-governmental committee urged the participants in the democracy and human rights conference, currently held in Sanaa, to help in the release of Sheikh Muhammad al-Mu'yad, who is detained in the USA with his escort on charge of links to al-Qaida organizations.
Yemen-USA, Local, 1/14/2004
Arafat warns of a new Sykes Picot while Sharon hopes to withdraw from Gaza
Arafat deplored the "International silence towards the daily crimes committed by the occupation forces against the Palestinians people." He wondered why the world was angered when the Taliban movement destroyed the Buddha statues, while nobody interfered when the statue for Virgin may was destroyed in Bethlehem after it was hit by 13 missiles."
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 1/14/2004
Kuwait installs iron barrier on its borders with Iraq
Kuwait had decided to install an iron separation fence along the border with Iraq at a length of 217 Km.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 1/14/2004
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Turkish Premier, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on Tuesday expressed pleasure over President Bashar al-Assad's late visit to Turkey, adding that this "historical visit opened new prospects in the Syrian-Turkish relations and achieved the aspirations of Turkey in establishing strong and firm relations with Syria.
Lebanese President Emil Lahoud stressed Tuesday that Lebanon's call for the implementation of the international resolutions to achieve peace in the Middle East doesn't negate Lebanon's commitment to its legitimate right to fight and restore the occupied lands in the South and the usurped rights.
Upon an invitation from Syria's Premier Naji Otari, Lebanese Premier Rafic Hariri arrives Wednesday in Damascus to cochair the meetings of the Joint Syrian-Lebanese Social Economic Higher Committee.
Sultan Qaboos bin Said has received a written message from Ahmed Necdet Cizar, of the Republic of Turkey, ONA reported.
A group of Moroccan experts started on Monday their mission helping Mauritanian peers in the fight against locusts currently infesting their northern, central and southern regions.
Belgian defense minister, Andre Flahaut, will be paying as of next Monday a 3-day visit to Morocco, which will focus on "reinforcing the longstanding bilateral cooperation," Belgian official sources said. (MAP)IS
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad received on Tuesday Chairman of the Arab-Russian Parliamentary Friendship Association, Ramadan Abdulla -Taifof. al-Assad underlined the deeply-rooted relations linking the two countries stressing the necessity for developing them.
General Director of American Baker Institute, Edward Djerejian, stressed that a new session of the Syrian-American dialogue will help to achieve rapprochement between the Syrian and American governments.
US Undersecretary of State for the Middle East Affairs, William Burns, on Tuesday stressed that his country backs any efforts aimed at reviving the peace process on the Lebanese-Syrian track and holding negotiations for that purpose.
US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said Saddam Hussein's current status as an enemy prisoner of war (EPW) will not affect the U.S. government's plans to have Iraqis "play a significant role" in any trial of the ex-dictator.