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Washington approves of Allawi as Iraq's prime minister; al-Ibraheimi welcomes Allawi; Occupation releases hundreds of detainees
A high ranking American official in Baghdad has announced that the US confirmed that member in the Iraqi governing council Eyad Allawi will be the prime minister of the next Interim government in Iraq. The American official told journalists that this government will be formed within the two or three coming days.
Iraq, Politics, 5/29/2004
Sudanese opposition welcome peace agreements protocols
The opposition Sudanese democratic national coalition welcomed the signing of the peace protocols between Khartoum and the southern rebels ( people's army for the liberation of Sudan) aiming at putting an end to the civil war.
Sudan, Politics, 5/29/2004
Ankara for boosting trade relations with Syria
Turkish Minister of State for Trade Affairs, Korshad Tuzman, has underlined his country's determination to boost trade relations and volume of trade exchange between Syria and Turkey.
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 5/29/2004
Ben Ali decides to establish a national translation center; journalist union
The Tunisian President Zine al-Abidin Ben Ali decided to establish a national center for translation in order to be a bridge linking the Tunisian culture towards humanitarian thinking.
Tunisia, Politics, 5/29/2004
Damascus: Syria is careful to maintain good relations with Egypt
Arab diplomatic sources in Damascus denied the existence of any " Syrian- Egyptian difference" on the ground of the differences in view points that took place in the Arab summit in Tunisia.
Syria-Egypt, Politics, 5/29/2004
Putin, Mubarak discussed a settlement between Syria, Lebanon and Israel, call for a genuine sovereignty for Iraq
In conclusion of their meeting in Moscow on Friday, the Russian president Vladimir Putin and the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak called for the release of a UN resolution that states a " real sovereignty" for Iraq and " the withdrawal of all foreign forces from its lands," so as the foreign presence will not enhance the escalation of acts of violence in this country.
Egypt-Russia, Politics, 5/29/2004
Lebanon detaines 131 persons on the background of the fuel clashes
Lebanese judicial sources said that number of detainees in the demonstrations of protest over increasing fuel prices reached 131 persons while five were killed in the confrontations.
Lebanon, Local, 5/29/2004
Powell says U.S. awaits brahimi decision on Iraq leaders
US Secretary of State Colin Powell says he's pleased that Iyad Allawi has the kind of support in the Iraqi Governing Council to be recommended for the position of prime minister in an interim Iraqi government, but that the United States will wait for the recommendations of the special U.N. representative on the matter.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 5/29/2004
Morocco-Catalonia trade estimated at 812 Mn in 2003
Trade between Morocco and the Spanish region of Catalonia rose from 525 million Euro in 2000 to 812 million Euro in 2003, according to figures released at a meeting, in Rabat Friday, between visiting President of the local government of Catalonia, Pasqual Maragall, and Moroccan Premier, Driss Jettou.
Morocco-Spain, Economics, 5/29/2004
Pope Shenouda: Mideast needs to hold dialogue with West
Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark Diocese underlined on Friday the need to hold dialogue with the West, saying that the West was not of one view as regards Arab issues, especially the Palestinian cause and the Iraqi issue.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 5/29/2004
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King Mohammed VI of Morocco on Friday held phone talks with Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on "bilateral relations and the situation in the region."
The Israeli warplanes renewed on Friday violation of the Lebanese territorial airspace.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco received, in Agadir Friday, Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Jaber As-Sabah, chairman of Kuwait's Council of Ministers (cabinet).
The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Morocco and the United States will be signed on June 11 in Washington, a US source said Thursday.
French Prime Minister jean-Pierre Raffarin reiterated Thursday his government's commitment to "accompany" Morocco in its ambition to get an "advanced" status in its relations with the European Union (EU).
The US administration responded to the criticism raised by Egypt and a number of Arab and European countries by amending President George W. Bush's initiative known as the Greater Middle East (GME) for achieving democratic reform, US sources said.
British University of New Castle will be handing in London next week the Syrian embassy in London a piece of antique that dates back to the second century BC in order to be returned to its natural place at the National Museum in Syria.