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Syrian legal society calls for disclosing the fate of the missing
The Human rights society in Syria called on the "authorities concerned to find out a solution for the file of missing and notify their relatives about their fate, take necessary legal measures and material and moral compensations for their relatives in order to close the file of the past and heal the wounds.
Syria, Politics, 4/14/2004
Yemeni court detains Quds Press news agency
A court in Sanaa sentenced to banning the correspondent of the Quds press news agency and secretary of the Journalists Union in Yemen Saeed Thabet from practicing journalism for 6 months and paying a penalty of 5,000 Yemeni Riyals ( USD 28).
Yemen, Politics, 4/14/2004
A course for Arab police men on Human rights
The human rights administration in the police general command in Dubai organized the first course for the Arab police in the field of human rights. The event is organized in the Human Rights Higher commission of the UN on April 24 through 28.
Regional, Politics, 4/14/2004
Workshop for drawing a plan for human rights in Bahrain
She added that enhancing human rights in any country only comes through disseminating and spreading awareness on these rights so as to become a daily practice
Bahrain, Politics, 4/14/2004
Al-Bashir: the peace agreement to be signed within days
The Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir said yesterday that the peace agreement with the southern rebels might be signed within the few coming days.
Sudan, Politics, 4/14/2004
French President to visit Algeria
France president Jacque Chirac will on Thursday pay a visit to Algeria. Sources at the Algerian Presidency said that the visit was not be scheduled until two days before.
Algeria-France, Politics, 4/14/2004
King Abdullah: we foiled unprecedented terrorist plan, Jordan would have never witnessed
The Jordanian king Abdullah II said yesterday that the "terrorist plan" which the security forces foiled on Monday would have killed " thousands of civilians lives " describing it as " a crime which the Kingdom would have never witnessed."
Jordan, Local, 4/14/2004
Human rights Watch asks for investigating al-Falujja massacres
Human Rights Watch organization has asked for immediate investigation of the acts committed by the American occupation forces in the besieged al-Falujja city in Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 4/14/2004
Occupation ends Falujja truce, bombards the city by planes
The American occupation forces violated the cease fire in al-Falluja and started bombarding it by planes after the tanks withdrew because of the fierce resistance.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 4/14/2004
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President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday received Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal at al-Rawda Palace. Al-Faisal handed President al-Assad a massage from Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz on the current consultations on holding the Arab Summit.
Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal arrived in Damascus on Tuesday in an official visit to Syria. In an arrival statement, al-Faisal stressed that he carried a massage to President Bashar al-Assad from Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz related to the current consultations to hold the Arab Summit in the framework of the standing coordination between Saudi Arabia and Syria.
Syria's Vice President Abdulhalim Khaddam on Tuesday received the Head of the Political Department in the Palestinian Liberation Organization Farouk al-Qaddoumi on the latest developments in the occupied Palestinian Lands and Iraq and their effect on the Arab situation as a whole.
Medical sources in the besieged city of al-Falujja to the west of Baghdad said that nine Iraqis were killed and other 38 injured in fighting that took place on Tuesday in the city despite the announcement in extending the cease- fire.
Morocco's minister of foreign affairs and cooperation, Mohamed Benaissa, on Monday handed in to Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva, a message from King Mohammed VI, the Moroccan embassy in Brasilia announced.
The new Labor Code to come into force next June heralds a culture of mutual assistance and partnership inside the enterprise said Monday the Moroccan minister of employment, social affairs and solidarity.