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Bush lays out plan for Iraqi sovereignty
The U.S. strategy in Iraq and the specific steps to accomplish U.S. goals in the region were laid out by President Bush in a May 24 speech at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 5/25/2004
Turkey al-Faisal: the war in Iraq is a colonial one, and is about oil
Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Britain and Ireland, Prince Turkey al-Faisal, described the invasion led by the US against Iraq as a colonialist war and that some in Washington considered it as a means to control Iraq's oil.
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Politics, 5/25/2004
Syria release some 27 Kurdish teenagers
The secretary general of the banned Kurdish progressive democratic party in Syria, Aziz Daoud, said yesterday that the Syrian authorities released yesterday 27 Syrian Kurdish teenagers detained following al-Qamishli and Damascus incidents in the mid of March.
Syria, Politics, 5/25/2004
Al-Badoun case in Kuwait is to the unknown
The debate on so-called al-Badoun, people of the undefined nationality, in Kuwait has been once again escalated after certain schools expelled scores of their students two days before because they have not yet paid school fees.
Kuwait, Politics, 5/25/2004
Syrian-Moroccan memorandum of understanding signed
Syria and Morocco on Monday agreed to continue coordination between Al-Ba'ath Arab Socialist Party and the political parties in Morocco to form a popular front defending Arab homeland issues and achieving progress and development of the Arab societies.
Syria-Morocco, Politics, 5/25/2004
Lahoud outlines Lebanon's position on ME developments
President Emile Lahoud of Lebanon on Monday lashed out at the U.S. sanctions imposed on his neighboring state Syria, describing the move as a bid by Washington to placate its Middle East ally Israel as the American presidential election was nearing.
Lebanon-Regional, Politics, 5/25/2004
Moroccan, Turkish Parliaments to speed up Free Trade Agreement ratification
The Speaker of the Moroccan House of Representatives (parliament's lower chamber), Abdelouahed Radi and his Turkish counterpart, Bulent Arinc on Monday vowed to speed up the process of ratification of the Free Trade Agreement recently concluded between the two countries.
Morocco-Turkey, Politics, 5/25/2004
Cairo issues its reservations on the Greater Middle East initiative; Egypt, Tunisia are absent from the G-8 summit
Both Tunisia and Egypt announced yesterday they will not take part in the G-8 summit which will be held on June 8 in Georgia, the USA.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 5/25/2004
18.8 million foreigners in Saudi Arabia; booby trapped car in Riyadh
News reports quoted Saudi Arabia's security forces as saying that the security forces found yesterday a booby trapped jeep car in Breida city to the north of Riyadh. This was after they received information of suspected persons in the area, denying an armed clash to have had happened.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 5/25/2004
Zogbi criticizes US - ME policy
Director of the Washington-based Arab-American Institute in Washington James Zogbi said that discussions on the Middle East issue have deteriorated, pointing out that U.S. President George W. Bush doesn't care for all the destruction and killings in Gaza Strip at the hand of Israeli occupation troops.
Regional-USA, Politics, 5/25/2004
Egypt, China cooperate in manufacturing building materials, gas, petrochemicals
Prime Minister Dr. Atef Ebeid held on Monday talks with the visiting Chinese trade and economic delegation led by Deputy Trade Minister Wu Jan Ju.
Egypt-China, Economics, 5/25/2004
One Palestinian is killed, three wounded in Balatah camp
As soon as the occupation forces were re-deployed yesterday at dawn in Gaza in Tel Sultan quarters in Rafah, thousands of besieged Palestinians took the streets to inspect the great devastation inflected in their homes and properties and to take part in burying 16 of them as it was difficult to bury them because of the siege and the continued Israeli aggressions.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 5/25/2004
First Egyptian oil investment company starts business
Minister of Petroleum Sameh Fahmi said that the first Egyptian oil investment company "Sarwa" started its business by 5 agreements in the exploration areas in the Western Desert and North Sinai off the Mediterranean.
Egypt, Business, 5/25/2004
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Secretary General of Arab League Amr Moussa on Sunday condemned US sanctions on Syria, pointing out that the Arab Summit expressed its rejection to this act.
Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Mohammad al-Sabah underlined that the latest Arab summit adopted a unified stance in support of Syria against pressures imposed on it.
President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea started in Rabat Monday a private visit in the kingdom.
Ventura was the surprise winner of the Grand Prix Hassan II clay court event after holding off top-seeded Dominik Hrbaty of Slovakia, winning 6-3 1-6 6-4 on Saturday.