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Egypt's Muslim Brothers announce readiness to be converted into a civilian party
Member of the Guidance ( Irshad ) office of the Ikhwan al-Muslimin (Muslim Brothers) group, Abdul Menem Abu al-Fotouh, said that the group wants to convert inself into a legitimate declared political party that practice its activities in the open.
Egypt, Politics, 1/21/2004
Saudi Mufti deplores removing the veil in a conference in Jeddah, King nephew accuses his government of kidnapping him
Prince Sultan Bin Turkey Bin Abdul Aziz, son of the brother of King Fahd, issued a statement in which he unveiled what he called details of his kidnapping operation from Geneva to Riyadh on July 12.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 1/21/2004
Mubarak discuss views on host of issues; reform takes priority
President Hosni Mubarak said the political reform takes priority, noting that Egypt took long strides towards the road of political reform.
Egypt, Politics, 1/21/2004
Mubarak, King Abdullah discuss pushing forward the peace process, reject the Apartheid wall
Egypt and Jordan have renewed their rejection for Israel's building of the Apartheid wall in the West Bank. This was expressed in conclusion of the talks the Jordanian King Abdullah II held with the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Cairo.
Egypt-Jordan, Politics, 1/21/2004
Al-Assad confers with the Saudi FM on Arab League development
The Saudi foreign minister Prince Saud al-Faisal yesterday held talks in Damascus with the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and with the foreign minister Farouk al-Shara on several debated issues to develop the Arab league.
Regional-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 1/21/2004
Turkey, Lebanon to sign free trade agreement
Turkey and Lebanon expressed their will to sign an agreement for free trade between them in order to find a good environment to enhance their bilateral trade and investment ties.
Lebanon-Turkey, Economics, 1/21/2004
Lahoud deplores Israeli provocations in South Lebanon
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud held Israel responsible for Monday's incident inside southern Lebanese lands in which an Israeli military bulldozer was destroyed.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 1/21/2004
Mubarak: our relations with Libya are strong
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt has stressed that Egyptian- Libyan relations are "strong even if there are different view points," in remarks to Cairo's rejection on Libya's "unilateral" negotiations, rather than having a Arab collective framework on the issue of mass destruction weapons.
Egypt-Libya, Politics, 1/21/2004
Qatar decides to chop most of the Iraqi debts
An official in the Qatari foreign ministry announced yesterday that Qatar will chop most of its debts due to be paid by Iraq, and will also discuss chopping the remaining sums.
Qatar-Iraq, Politics, 1/21/2004
Keftaro confers with Izmir counterpart
Keftaro talked about the importance of solidarity, integration and coordination on all levels and in all domains to achieve the "two friendly people's interests and to boost the ability to confront challenges."
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 1/21/2004
Solution to sahara conflict, key to stability in the region, EU parliamentarian
President of the European Union's commission for the Maghreb and member of the EU parliament, Gerardo Galeote Quecedo, told MAP Tuesday the solution to the Sahara issue is the "key to a definitive stability in the region."
Morocco-European Union, Politics, 1/21/2004
Kuwait permits Iraqi pilgrims to cross its lands
Member of the Iraqi Governing Council and chairman of the Iraqi pilgrims mission, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, said that the Kuwaiti authorities permitted all Iraqi pilgrims who have been waiting since several days on the borders between the two states to enter its territories, on their way to Saudi Arabia.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 1/21/2004
Arab Follow up committee meets in February
News reports in Cairo said quoting well-informed sources in the Arab League that the Arab follow up committee of the Arab summit will hold its meeting on February 9th.
Regional, Politics, 1/21/2004
Israeli forces continue demolishing houses in Gaza; Qrei calls on Europe to strongly interfere in the wall issue
The Palestinian prime minister Ahmad Qurei' called on the European countries to express its views, in writing; before the end of the current month in the deliberations of the International Court of Justice over the separation wall in the West Bank. He also urged the European governments to take part in the verbal arguments of the court which will start in the Hague on February 23rd.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 1/21/2004
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Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara Tuesday received a telephone call from his Egyptian counterpart Ahmed Maher, and another phone call was made between Shara and his Saudi counterpart Emir Saud al-Faisal on the latest development in the region, particularly in Iraq and Arab Palestinian territories and the best means to enhance the joint Arab action.
Defence Minister Lieutenant-General, Mustafa Tlass, received in Damascus Tuesday British Under Secretary of Defense, David Hobart, and an accompanying delegation.