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Khartoum, southern rebels sign the last protocols; Sudan: the peace agreement is ready
Negotiators of the Sudanese government and the southen rebels (the Sudan's people liberation army) yesterday removed the last obstacles before signing a historical peace agreement that end the conflict continuous since 21 years in southern Sudan.
Sudan, Politics, 5/27/2004
Morocco, Mauritania sign package of agreements
Morocco and Mauritania signed, in Rabat Wednesday, a package of agreements meant to consolidate the legal framework of their cooperation and to set up a mechanism of consultation between their foreign affairs ministries.
Morocco-Mauritania, Politics, 5/27/2004
Road linking Morocco to Mauritania to open next October, official
A road linking Morocco to its southern neighbor, Mauritania, should be operational as early as October, announced, here Tuesday, Moroccan Prime Minister Driss Jettou.
Morocco-Mauritania, Economics, 5/27/2004
O Yahya government vows to implement Butaflika's electoral promises
With a total majority, the Algerian nation's council approved the government's program. A matter which is considered by its chairman Ahmad O Yahya as a confirmation of the result of the Presidential elections which Abdul Aziz Butaflika won at a greater majority.
Algeria, Politics, 5/27/2004
Amnesty International reveals human rights abuses committed by separatist movement Polisario
Amnesty International has revealed the human rights violations committed by the Algerian-backed separatist Movement "Polisario" in the Tindouf Camps, southwestern Algeria, in its annual report, reported on Wednesday the Tangiers-based Radio Mediterranee International (Medi 1).
Algeria-Morocco, Politics, 5/27/2004
Europe seizes on 'Syria's accountability law' to request stronger commitment on the weapons of mass destruction
The countries of the European union seized the chance of the "American sanctions on Syria and agreed yesterday to demand Damascus for stronger commitment to give up the weapons of mass destruction for signing the partnership agreement.
Syria-European Union, Politics, 5/27/2004
Information Minister meets with Mustafa Barghouthi
Syria's Information Minister Ahmad al-Hasan Wednesday received the Secretary of the Palestinian National Initiative ( PNI ) Mustafa al-Barghouthi, and the Human Rights Affairs Advisor to the Palestinian Authority Ibraheem al-Dakak.
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 5/27/2004
Syrian Banking Conference opened
Syria, Economics, 5/27/2004
Number of killed Iraqis increasing, al-Sader's brother in law arrested, occupation hit Imam Ali shrine in Najaf
The American occupation forces yesterday had a blow against the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sader by arresting his brother in law and one of his main aides, Riyadh al-Nouri during fierce fighting in Najaf
Iraq, Politics, 5/27/2004
Moroccan parliament strongly condemns ' war crimes' committed by Israel in Palestine
The Speaker of the Moroccan House of Representatives (Parliament's lower chamber), on Wednesday condemned what he described as "war crimes" committed by Israeli forces in the Occupied Palestinian territories, in a speech at a plenary session of the parliament devoted to Palestine and Iraq.
Morocco-Palestine, Politics, 5/27/2004
Israeli escalation in the West Bank, Turkey renews mediation
Two Palestinians were wounded by the bullets of the Israeli occupation forces in Nablus, the West Bank. News reports said that the occupation soldiers opened fire at a group of youngsters who were throwing stones at them and one young man was injured seriously while a 13 year old youth was also wounded.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 5/27/2004
Syria- Egyptian joint electric cooperation
Egyptian Electric Holding Company decided Wednesday on launching the Syrian-Egyptian Company for Electric Studies and Engineering Consultations.
Syria-Egypt, Economics, 5/27/2004
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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemned vehemently Israeli practices in Rafah, Gaza Strip depicting them as terrorist acts.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI received this Wednesday at the royal palace in the Atlantic city of Agadir, Mauritania's prime minister, Sghair Ould M'Bareck, who co-chaired with Moroccan peer, Driss Jettou, the 4th high session of the joint commission.
Syria's Deputy Commander- in- Chief of the Army and Armed Forces Hasan Turkmani on Wednesday received Chief of Lebanese Army forces Major General Michel Suleiman and the accompanying delegation on with current situations in the region and issues of common concern as well as cooperation relations between the two armies in Syria and Lebanon.
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud said Arab states have adopted just and comprehensive peace as a strategic option.
Romanian Prime Minister Adrian Nastase has asserted that the current visit of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to Romania will open new vistas of cooperation between both sides.
Lebanese Premier Rafic Hariri Wednesday said just and comprehensive peace in the region will not be achieved without Syria which maintains important role and site in this region.
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara on Wednesday met the Spanish Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Bernardino Leon, and the accompanying delegation on the latest developments in the region and existing cooperation and friendly relations between Syria and Spain.
Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Sheikh Mohammad Sayyed Tantawi and Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark Diocese left Cairo for Doha yesterday to take part in an Islamic-Christian dialogue Conference to start in Qatar on Thursday.
Morocco which hosts a "renowned laboratory" specialized in the control of drugs, exports 10 percent of its pharmaceutical products, revealed Tuesday, the Moroccan minister of Health.
The number of tourists that visited Morocco by end of April 2004 reached 1.27 millions, i.e. a 21% rise as compared to last year, the tourism department said.