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Cabinet approves draft laws on family court, nationality
The Egyptian Cabinet approved today a final draft for the law on family court in preparation to referring it to President Hosni Mubarak and then to the Shura Council and People's Assembly.
Egypt, Politics, 2/17/2004
Morocco UAE sign several cooperation agreements
Morocco and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) concluded, in Abu Dhabi on Monday a package of cooperation agreements in various fields, at the end of the third meeting of the two states joint Commission (Feb 14-16).
United Arab Emirates-Morocco, Economics, 2/17/2004
Syrian Premier - Iranian Vice President chair joint Higher Committee-Meetings
The Syrian-Iranian Higher Committee, cochaired by the Iranian First Vice-President Mohammad Reda Aref and the Prime Minister Naji Otari began meetings at the headquarters of the Syrian Premiership.
Syria-Iran, Politics, 2/17/2004
Syrian- Kuwaiti relations are deeply rooted
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara stressed that the meeting of Iraq's neighboring countries was the most successful, describing its results as positive.
Syria-Kuwait, Politics, 2/17/2004
Maghreb Union, a strategic aim, says Algiers
The Algerian government on Monday stated that the Arab Maghreb Union remains a "strategic objective" and a must dictated the new international changes and a common destiny shared by peoples of the Maghreb.
Algeria-Morocco, Politics, 2/17/2004
Riyadh, Sanaa discuss settling border differences
Saudi Arabian officials announced yesterday that the Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh will hold talks with the Saudi crown prince Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz today in Riyadh in an attempt to solve the differences over a barrier built by Saudi Arabia on the border between the two states.
Saudi Arabia-Yemen, Politics, 2/17/2004
Qathafi gets invitation to visit Belgium
Libya's Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi received an invitation from the Belgian prime minister Guy Verhofstadt to visit Belgium in a step that reflects the increasing European openness to Tripoli.
Libya-Belgium, Politics, 2/17/2004
Woman and Law conference opened in Jordan
Works of the " woman and law " conference which is organized by the ministry of justice in collaboration with the American initiative for partnership in the Middle East was opened yesterday with the participation of 70 judiciary representatives, for 16 Arab states.
Regional-Jordan, Judicial, 2/17/2004
ISESCO denounces excavations under Al Aqsa Mosque
The Rabat-based Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) on Monday condemned the excavations carried out by the Israeli occupying authorities under the Aqsa Mosque and which caused the collapse of the path leading to one of the main gates of this Mosque.
Palestine-Regional, Politics, 2/17/2004
One Palestinian killed by Israeli forces, an alternative plan to dismantle Gaza settlements
Palestinian medical sources in Abu Youssef al-Najjar hospital in Rafah said that one Palestinian was killed yesterday as he was hit by a bullet by the Israeli occupation forces.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 2/17/2004
Parliamentary committee in Kuwait investigates the fuel of the American army
The Kuwaiti Ummah council ( parliament) approved unanimously yesterday the formation of a parliamentary committee to investigate corruption accusations in the deals providing the American army in Iraq with fuel.
Kuwait-Iraq, Politics, 2/17/2004
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Iranian First Vice President, Mohammad Reza Aref, expressed hope over boosting economic cooperation between Syria and Iran, describing relations between the two countries as good.
hundreds of students at the American University in Cairo demonstrated on Monday protesting against the Israeli "criminal and inhuman practices against the Palestinian people."
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