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Saudi Arabia: releasing two reformers
The Saudi Arabian authorities yesterday released two Saudi reformers among other 4 detained since March 16, and this was without their vow to stop their reform supporting activities.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 3/30/2004
Khartoum: news on a coupe attempt
The Sudanese Islamic opposition figure Hassan al-Turabi yesterday announced that the Sudanese authorities detained several officials from the People's National Congress party which he presides over.
Sudan, Politics, 3/30/2004
Egypt Criticizes Tunisia, hosts a mini summit tomorrow
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt has described the unilateral decision taken by Tunisia to postpone convening the Arab summit as an unjustified step.
Egypt-Tunisia, Politics, 3/30/2004
Moroccan government regrets Arab summit postponement
Tunisian authorities decided early Sunday to postpone the summit due to "differences" between member countries of the Arab league on "fundamental" and "extremely important" proposals on reforms.
Morocco-Regional, Politics, 3/30/2004
Saudi FM statements on postponed summit
Egypt and Saudi Arabia on Monday stressed the necessity of overcoming what has happened in Tunisia and convening the Arab Summit as soon as possible.
Saudi Arabia-Regional, Politics, 3/30/2004
American army admits the killing of Arabia journalists
The American army in Baghdad yesterday admitted responsibility over the killing of two Iraqi journalists, who were working for the "Arabia" satellite TV channel on march 18.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 3/30/2004
Arab charter for human rights models US, European ones
The Arab Committee for Human Rights prepared the new Arab charter on human rights, which models on the US and European documents of human rights.
Regional, Politics, 3/30/2004
One American killed in al-Falouja; Annan: work is underway to form a multinational force
The UN secretary general Kofi Annan said yesterday that the UN Security Council is working to form a multinational force with the aim to help improve the security situation of an elected Iraqi government, while the UN said that the Iraqi officials have to agree on a basic framework for the elections before the end of next May if they wish to make elections in January as scheduled.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 3/30/2004
British parliamentarian calls for imposing weapon ban on Israel
Member of the British House of Commons Gerlad Kaufman criticized the policies adopted by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon against the Palestinians.
Israel-UK, Politics, 3/30/2004
Galilee: the detention of one Imam and son of a Palestinian of 1948 lands
The Israeli daily Yediot Ahronot said yesterday that the Israeli authorities detained Imam of a mosque in al-Maker village in the Galilee, and also son of the chairman of the local council in the village, over suspicion of forming an enemy organization and conspiracy to carry out a crime.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 3/30/2004
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Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa has announced that the Arab summit will be held within a period of three to seven weeks, asserting the importance of holding the Arab summit as soon as possible.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher on Monday strongly denied the meetings of Arab Foreign Ministers in Tunis have witnessed Syrian-Egyptian disagreements about the reform initiative, or Saudi-Egyptian disagreement about Arab peace initiative. In a statement, Maher stressed the continuity of the Saudi-Egyptian-Syrian coordination vis-a-vis the latest developments in the region in a way to serve the Arab interests.
Thousands of Moroccans marched Saturday in the capital Rabat to show solidarity with the Palestinian people and condemn all forms of terrorism. Demonstrators chanted "No to state terrorism, Yes to peace," calling for an international trial of Sharon the "criminal of war."
Chairman of the Turkish Ummah council ( parliament) Polent Areinj will arrive in Syria next week on top of a large delegation including 20 parliamentarians in a visit considered to be an actual translation for improving relations between the two countries.
Minister of Culture allocated L.E. 6.5 million to move the statue of Ramses II from Ramses Square to the would-be Egyptian Museum in Giza, Meet Rahina.
The Israeli Internal security department, Shein Beit, announced yesterday that it has the evidences that one Palestinian armed group received sums from Hizbullah and officials from the Fatah movement led by the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat.