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Escalation of humanitarian conditions in Darfour; An agreement over two of the margined areas in Sudan
The Sudanese government and the southern rebels in Sudan have agreed over the situation of two of the three margined areas in the center of Sudan.
Sudan, Politics, 1/24/2004
House of advisors in Morocco adopts Family Code
The House of Advisors unanimously adopted on Friday the new family code that aims at promoting the situation of women in the Moroccan society.
Morocco, Politics, 1/24/2004
London's conference for the Saudi opposition calls for democracy in the Kingdom
The coalition for democracy, a Saudi opposition organization, held a conference in London in which it discussed the future of democracy in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 1/24/2004
Algeria, Kabylie, agree to quit illegal parliamentarians
The Algerian government agreed with Tansiqeyat al-Oroush, which includes major berber tribes in Kabylie area, to remove illegally elected persons who won the legislative and municipal elections.
Algeria, Politics, 1/24/2004
Egypt, Libya lift restrictions on citizens travel
Each of Cairo and Tripoli decided to lift the restrictions imposed since two weeks on the travel of the citizens of the two states at the al-Salloum border crossing between Egypt and Libya.
Egypt-Libya, Politics, 1/24/2004
King Mohammed vsits Jabal Ali Port in Dubai
Morocco's King Mohammed VI on his visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), visited Friday the port and the free zone of Jabal Ali in Dubai.
United Arab Emirates-Morocco, Economics, 1/24/2004
Sami Burhan: Commitment to aesthetics of Arabic calligraphy as a contemporary creative art form
No better way to introduce renowned Syrian artist Mohammad Sami Burhan than the authentication given to him by the UN to design its stamp on drug on June 12, 1987 under the motto " yes to life - No to drugs."
Syria, Culture, 1/24/2004
Sahara: France highlights need to carry on dialogue between Morocco, Algeria
France highlighted Friday the need for Morocco and Algeria to carry on dialogue to reach a "negotiated settlement" to the Sahara question.
Morocco-France, Politics, 1/24/2004
American congressmen prepare to visit Tripoli; Libya cooperates with weapons teams
The US has expressed its satisfaction over the cooperation shown by Libya with the visiting American and British officials which study means of eliminating and destroying banned weapons programs Libya owns.
Libya-USA, Politics, 1/24/2004
Clashes in Abu Deis: Washington stresses commitment to peace
Clashes erupted yesterday between the Israeli occupation soldiers and scores of Palestinian protesters at the wall of separation, in Abu Deis town, to the east of occupied Jerusalem.
Palestine-USA, Politics, 1/24/2004
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Upon an invitation of his Jordanian counterpart Faisal al-Fayez, Syria's prime minister Naji Otari will pay an official visit to Jordan.
A delegation representing the ArabLeague (AL) arrived in Tunis coming from Cairo to prepare for the annual Arab summit which will be held in March. The delegation which is chaired by the assistant secretary general of the Arab league Ahmad Bin Hali held talks with the Tunisian officials on organizational measures in preparation for the summit. The delegation is expected to leave Tunis for Cairo next Monday.
Several international NGOs who carried out a fact-finding mission in the camps of Tindouf (southwestern Algeria) run by the separatist movement "polisario," including the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), confirmed the embezzlement of humanitarian aid by the Polisario separatists.
The separatist group 'Polisario' is a factor of destabilization in the Maghreb and in the neighboring regions, a group of human rights association in the Sahara (CADHSH) said Friday in a release.
Executive director of the ports, customs and Free zone of Dubai, Sultane Ahmad Ben Sulayem, has expressed disposal to consolidate relations with Morocco and benefit the kingdom of the successful economic experience of Dubai.
UN Secretary general Kofi Annan's new report asking for another three-month extension for the UN peacekeeping mission in the Sahara, until April 30, for a "final response" from Morocco to the Baker peace plan, has been criticized by the Moroccan media with one paper describing it as "quite weird."