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American, British, Libyan talks in London: lifting travel sanctions; limited diplomatic exchange
The US has vowed for Libya during a meeting in London for American and British officials with a Libyan delegation to lift the sanctions on travel of Americans to Tripoli ( in the near future), while Libya continue to make progress in its obligations on dismantling its mass destruction weapons programs.
Libya-USA, Politics, 2/7/2004
Al-Hawadeth: Syria welcomes efforts for ME peace process revival, highlights developments
Syria's Minister of Information, Ahmad al-Hassan, stressed that Syria has welcomes any honest effort that aims at activating the peace process to achieve just and comprehensive peace in region.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 2/7/2004
Mubarak-Saleh summit to discuss regional scene; strong bilateral trade push
"Egypt hopes to increase its exports of pharmaceuticals, textiles and leather goods to Yemen, while we can expect more fish exports from Yemen," Badr Eddin said.
Egypt-Yemen, Politics, 2/7/2004
Beirut permanent center for displaying Syrian products
Lebanese Minister of Economy and Trade, Marwan Hmadeh, discussed on Friday with Chairman of Global Company Board, Hassan al-Nouri and with Director General of Marketing Company for Trade and Industry, Amira Naser, the current preparations for the establishment of the permanent center for the Syrian products in Lebanon.
Lebanon-Syria, Economics, 2/7/2004
Lebanese parties commends Syria's policy
Lebanese political and national parties in Mount Lebanon highly lauded Syria's pan-Arab stances and her leadership.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 2/7/2004
Morocco, Libya probe civil aviation, judicial cooperation
Director general of Morocco's national office of airports, Abdelhanin Benallou, examined in Tripoli Friday with Libyan officials means to foster bilateral cooperation in the field of civil aviation.
Libya-Morocco, Politics, 2/7/2004
UN Transports Sudanese refugees to Chad
The UNHCR announced yesterday it will start the transfer of thousands Sudanese refugees from the border al-teinah city on Chad's border into inside Chad.
Sudan-Chad, Politics, 2/7/2004
Landmine maps: 60 mine fields are far from the borders; exchange of captives not linked to fate of Iranian diplomats
The visit of the Iranian foreign minister, Kamal Kharazi, to Beirut has opened the door wide before the second phase of the exchange negotiations between Israel and the Hizbullah Party. Many issues have been made clear including the desire of the main sides concerned not to relate files to each others.
Lebanon-Iran, Politics, 2/7/2004
Reporter: social security fund aspires to draw 2 million affiliates by 2005
He said CNSS plans to realize five major objectives, mainly concerning the entry into force of a compulsory health insurance, a compensation for job loss and pensions regime.
Morocco, Economics, 2/7/2004
Annan does not rule out postponing authority transfer to the Iraqis; Bush results of investigations after the elections
In a brief statement he made yesterday the US President George W. Bush announced the formation of a committee to probe pre intelligence information on Iraq's having mass destruction weapons ,which have not so far been found after months of search.
Iraq-UN, Politics, 2/7/2004
Morocco moves to enrich edible oil with vitamins a and d3
The Moroccan government and the professional association of edible oil manufacturers (APFHMTR) signed on Thursday a framework agreement providing for the enrichment of edible oil with Vitamin A and D3.
Morocco, Health, 2/7/2004
Hamas vows to revenge the killing of one of its leaders; Israel seeks to transport Gaza settlers to the West Bank
Assaf Sharif, the advisor of the Israeli prime minister, Ariel Sharon, said that Israel is planning to transfer the settlers of Gaza to settlements in the West Bank which will continue to be under the Israeli sovereignty in the final settlement. This is, however, in within the context of the plan to dismantle the sector's settlements proposed by Sharon several days ago.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 2/7/2004
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"His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said received at Hisn Al-Shomoukh today President Omar Hassan Al-Bashir, of the Republic of the Sudan and his delegation who arrived on the Sultanate in a short visit," ONA reported today.
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on Friday received a phone call from the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The two leaders discussed the mechanism of implementation of the agreements signed between the two countries particularly the free-zone area, the joint investment projects in the border areas as well as elimination of the mines from the border areas between the two countries.
Experts and diplomats highlighted importance of Egypt's pivotal role in the Middle East and Africa, stressing necessity to boost strategic cooperation between Egypt and China for enhancing regional peace and stability.
Argentina leads Morocco in the Davis Cup after Guillermo Coria beat Morocco's Mounir El Aaraj (6-1, 6-1, 6-4) and Argentine David Nalbandian beat Hicham Arazi in the singles series.