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Syria releases nine university students
The Syrian authorities have released nine out of the 11 students who were detained on April 24 in Damascus.
Syria, Politics, 5/7/2004
Morocco deplores Arab 'non-Commitment' to Free Trade Zone
Moroccan Foreign Trade Minister, Mustapha Mechahouri, deplored Wednesday, that Morocco's efforts to honor its commitments vis-a-vis the Arab Free Trade Zone were not accompanied by similar efforts from some Arab states member of this zone.
Morocco-Regional, Economics, 5/7/2004
Europe condemns execution sentences in the AIDS case in Libya: Six Bulgarians, one Palestinian
The Bulgarian government strongly condemned the sentence of the court of cassation in Benghazi in Libya to execute one doctor and five female nurses from Bulgaria and one Palestinian doctor over being condemned of transferring deliberately the HIV Virus which causes AIDS to Libyan children.
Libya-European Union, Politics, 5/7/2004
Bush makes assurances to King Abdullah over the peace process
The Jordanian King Abdullah II made talks in Washington with the US President George W. Bush in an attempt to get assurances concerning final settlement issues for the Palestinian question, especially the rights of more than 1.7 million Palestinian refugees with the majority of them live in Jordan since 1948.
Jordan-USA, Politics, 5/7/2004
Sudan criticizes Washington's record in human rights field
Sudan has replied strongly yesterday to the US, when it attacked its human rights record because of its abuse of the Iraqi prisoners. This, however, came after Washington condemned it earlier because of what it had described the Sudanese government commitment of crimes against the Sudanese people.
Sudan-USA, Politics, 5/7/2004
Human rights council hands 1st report to King Mohammed
Morocco's King Mohammed VI received Thursday, the chairman of the Consultative Council of Human Rights (CCDH), Omar Azziman, who submitted to the monarch the 2003 report on the situation of human rights in Morocco.
Morocco, Politics, 5/7/2004
Syria's interventions at Dublin's meeting by al-Shara
The European - Mediterranean Countries Association Foreign Ministers held in Dublin on Thursday a final session with the participation of Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara.
Syria-European Union, Politics, 5/7/2004
Arab foreign ministers start preparations for the postponed summit
The Arab foreign ministers will meet in Cairo tomorrow ( Saturday) to discuss final preparations for the long waited Arab summit.
Regional, Politics, 5/7/2004
Al-Ibraheimi arrives in Baghdad
The UN special envoy to Iraq, al-Akhader al-Ibraheimi, arrived in Baghdad yesterday to continue his consultations to form a provisional government that will assume the authority on June 30.
Iraq-UN, Politics, 5/7/2004
Al-Qaida proposes rewarding assassination of Bremer, Annan
In a statement alleged to be attributed for al-Qaida, the leader of al-Qaida organization Osama Bin Laden proposed a reward for the one who kills the American administrator in Iraq Paul Bremer and the UN secretary general Kofi Annan.
Regional-USA, Politics, 5/7/2004
Historical document finds Moroccans played soccer more than three centuries ago
An old document found in the library of the ancient Al-Kawawyine university of Fes (200 km east of Rabat), showed that soccer was practiced in Morocco more than three centuries ago and the kingdom was among the countries that participated in shaping the rules of the game.
Morocco, Sports, 5/7/2004
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King Yang Di-Pertuan Agong XII and Queen Raja Permaisuri Agong of Malaysia arrived in Damascus on Thursday in a three-day state visit to Syria. A royal and an official delegation is accompanying them.
The Chairman of the Foreign and Arab Affairs Committee at the People Assembly, Huda al-Homsi, on Thursday conferred with the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee on the Syrian women role and their contribution to the process of development in Syria.
Syrian Permanent Envoy to UN Faisal Miqdad and Iceland's Permanent Envoy to UN on Thursday signed a joint agreement to establish diplomatic ties between Syria and Iceland.
Morocco supports a political solution to the Sahara issue, provided that it respects "the fundamental bases of the kingdom, which are sovereignty, territorial integrity and the monarchy regime," said Mohamed El-Yazghi minister of territory planning, environment and water.
Honouring the martyrs of the Arab nation who sacrificed their lives for sake of its freedom, and independence, Syria's President Bashar al-Assad visited on Thursday the Martyrs Memorial on Qassion Mount, on the occasion of Martyrs' Day which coincided with the 6th of May.
Two French tourists, stranded in the high Atlas mountains in the central province of Azilal, were rescued Wednesday after two days of search. Thomas Jacques and Aimard Slecaire Mireille were lost in hard-to-access heights after strong rain and snow falls.