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King calls for a national plan to improve child's condition
King Mohammed VI of Morocco has called for a national plan to improve the conditions of children in the Kingdom, saying he was "keen to see to it that children be provided with a democratic education."
Morocco, Culture, 5/26/2004
AL chief for amending Charter
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa stressed that the Arab League approval of amending the Arab League charter and the economic and social council represents a turning point in the Arab joint action.
Regional, Politics, 5/26/2004
Kenya announces removing of obstacles before an inter- Sudanese peace agreement
The Kenyan foreign ministry announced that the Sudanese government and the southern rebels (people's movement for the liberation of Sudan) were able to solve latest issues of differences which was a bulwark before reaching a comprehensive peace agreement ending a civil war that has lasted for 21 years.
Sudan-Kenya, Politics, 5/26/2004
Sudanese, Egyptian intellectuals warn against north- south separation
After the Arab summit has avoided to discuss the Sudanese issues and Sudan's portion of the recent Arab Tunisia's statement was just a short clause voicing solidarity with it; while news reports speak of an approaching an agreement with the John Garang movement, several Sudanese and Egyptian intellectuals called for convening an intellectual meeting in Cairo to discuss the future of conditions in Sudan.
Sudan-Egypt, Politics, 5/26/2004
Mauritanian premier in Morocco for high joint commission
Mauritanian prime minister, Sghair Ould M'Bareck, arrived Tuesday afternoon to Rabat where he will co-chair with his Moroccan peer, Driss Jettou, the 4th meeting of the high joint commission, to be held, May 25-26.
Morocco-Mauritania, Politics, 5/26/2004
Lebanon celebrates the south 4th liberation anniversary
Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabeh Berri Tuesday said liberating most of South Lebanon and the West Bekaa form the Israeli occupation in the year 2000 has been achieved by the sacrifices of Lebanon people and the help of Syria.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 5/26/2004
Egypt's council's board chairman and sanctions on Syria
Chairman of the Egyptian Council's Board for Foreign affairs Mohammad Shaker underlined that the American sanctions is a dangerous move against all the region's countries, not only against Syria.
Egypt-Syria, Politics, 5/26/2004
Saudi Arabia detains three over links to an attack on security forces
Saudi Arabia's security sources announced that three persons were detained and one car was seized used in an attack against the security forces in Breida city to the center of the country last week.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 5/26/2004
Escalation in Najaf, exchanged accusations over bombardment of Imam Ali Shrine
Violent clashes between the fighters of al-Mahdi army and the American occupation forces witnessed an escalation in Najaf after Imam Ali Shrine was exposed to a bombardment by a mortar shelling resulted in wounding 10 Iraqis and great damages in one of the tomb gold- plated doors.
Iraq, Military, 5/26/2004
One occupation vehicle is destroyed, Two Israeli soldiers wounded in Gaza
News reports in Palestine said that one explosive went off near an Israeli military vehicle while running near al-Qarrara town on the Palestinian side of Kisovim crossing to the north of Gaza. The report indicated that no casualties were reported in the lines of the soldiers. No casualties were reported among the soldiers.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 5/26/2004
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Moroccan Prime Minister, Driss Jettou, hailed here Tuesday the position of Turkey over the Sahara. The Moroccan Sahara, has been a subject of dispute between Morocco and the Algeria-backed Polisario secessionists for nearly three decades now.
Member of Fatah Executive Committee Yasser Abdrabbo denied reports that Egyptian Minister Omar Soliman tried yesterday to talk with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat into moving from Ramallah to Gaza in return for setting up a Palestinian state in 2005.
Egypt and Saudi Arabia signed on Tuesday an agreement on scientific and technical cooperation in mining and exploration projects and setting up joint ventures to utilize minerals in both countries.
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa Tuesday condemned the attacks on Imam Ali Shrine in the Iraqi city of Najaf yesterday, expressing regret and sorrow over this act.
The National Council in the United Arab Emirates ( U.A.E ) Tuesday condemned the Israeli occupying troops practices of killings and demolishing homes in the Palestinian Rafah region. In a statement, the Council described the Israeli "brutal practices as violations of the international norms and conventions."
Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, Tuesday said Pakistan backs the Arab Peace Initiative of Beirut.
A coalition of three Moroccan political parties, known as the "popular trend," reiterated on Monday "unshakable opposition" to any settlement of the Sahara dispute that does not respect Morocco's national sovereignty and territorial integrity and reaffirmed their mobilization behind King Mohammed VI.
Hicham Arazi, Morocco's only representative at the Roland Garros tennis tournament, was rolled out in the first round Monday.