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Arab summit delayed, key states failed the convening of the summit
The failure of the Arab summit which ended before its beginning in the Tunisian capital constituted a new shock for the Arab nation and its political system. The Arab heads of states summit which was presumed to be open today ( Monday) failed as a result of the sharp differences among the Arab leaders to agree on an agenda for the summit.
Regional, Politics, 3/29/2004
50,000 Yemeni students call for trying Sharon; Egypt's students deplore postponement of Arab summit
The Egyptian universities witnessed yesterday more acts of protests over the assassination of Sheikh Ahmad Yassin, sparked in particular by the postponement of the Arab summit which was due in Tunisia today.
Regional, Politics, 3/29/2004
Study resumed in al-Qamishli, two explosives defused Tlass: No tolerance with one who destabilizes
Normal life returned back to al-Hassake governorate at a time when two explosives were defused in a people's area in al-Qamishli city days after the return back of calm to its streets.
Syria, Politics, 3/29/2004
Occupation forces in Iraq closed a paper for al-Sader
The American occupation forces in Iraq yesterday closed the weekly al-Houzeh, mouthpiece of the Shiite clergy Muqtada al-Sader, on charges of publishing articles urging violence against the American forces.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 3/29/2004
Iraq strongly deplores the postponement of the summit
Member of the Iraqi Interim Governing Council, Muwafaq al-Rbei, yesterday expressed "strong regret" over Tunisia's decision to postpone the Arab summit.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/29/2004
Elimination of differences between Syria and Libya on mass destruction weapons
One Arab diplomat said that the meetings which was held on Friday evening succeeded in eliminating the Syrian- Libyan difference over the question of the mass destruction weapons, stated in the recommendations that were due to be submitted to the summit.
Syria-Libya, Politics, 3/29/2004
One Palestinian killed; Hamas: Bush, Sharon are enemies, no taboos to retaliating
The commander of the Islamic resistance movement ( Hamas ) in Gaza Abdul Aziz al-Ranteisi described the US President George W. Bush and the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon yesterday as two enemies for "Islam and Muslims" and threatened to a revenge
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/29/2004
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Egypt's Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources, Mahmoud Abu Zed, on Sunday announced the establishment of Arab Council for Water on the 5th of forthcoming April in Cairo, stressing the necessity to combine all efforts of the Arab states to carry out a unified strategy to find solution to the problem of water poverty.
Syria's Foreign Minister, Farouk al-Shara on Sunday received at his residence, in Tunis, the Japanese envoy to the Middle East peace process, Tatsou Arima. Talks during the meeting dealt with the latest developments in the region as a result of the Israeli escalation policy.
Arab press reports said yesterday that the Tunisian Foreign minister al-Habib Bin Yahya will submit his resignation following the decision to postpone the Arab summit in Tunisia which was due today ( Monday).