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Moroccan FM optimistic about future of relations with Algiers
The Moroccan foreign affairs and cooperation minister has voiced optimism as to the future of relations between Morocco and Algeria which, according to Algerian diplomatic sources, have expressed strong will to normalize their ties.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 6/1/2004
French FM calls for dialogue between Rabat and Algiers over Sahara dispute
Visiting French foreign affairs Minister, Michel Barnier, on Monday called for a dialogue between Morocco and Algeria to try to find a solution to the dispute over the Moroccan Sahara, known as Western Sahara.
Maghreb-France, Politics, 6/1/2004
Several hostages killed in a breaking in operation in al-Khubar
News reports quoted a Saudi Arabian security sources as saying that the armed men who are suspected on being members in al-Qaida organization killed several hostages after the Saudi security forces broke into the building where they were holding some 50 foreign hostages in al-Khubar city.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 6/1/2004
King resolved to carry on modernization efforts, French FM
Visiting French foreign affairs minister, Michel Barnier, stressed in Agadir Monday King Mohammed VI's resolve to carry on the "reform and modernization process" in the Kingdom.
Morocco-France, Politics, 6/1/2004
Madrid 'really keen' to overcome past problems with Rabat, Speaker
The Spanish Government is "really keen" to overcome difficulties and past problems with Morocco, assured the Speaker of the House of deputies (Spanish Parliament).
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 6/1/2004
Nasrullah accuses the American embassy of being involved in the acts of riots
The secretary general of the Lebanese Hizbullah party, Hassan Nasrullah, accused a group of persons linked to the American embassy in Beirut in trying to transfer the acts of riots which took place in the southern suburb of Beirut to other parts of Lebanon.
Lebanon-USA, Politics, 6/1/2004
Egyptian, Qatari businessmen agree to activate trade cooperation
Egyptian and Qatari businessmen agreed Monday to boost trade and investment cooperation and launch more joint ventures. The two sides agreed in a meeting between the visiting Egyptian business delegation and Qatar's Chamber of Trade and Industry (CTI), that both countries enjoy great untapped potentials that can be fairly harnessed.
Egypt-Qatar, Economics, 6/1/2004
American pressures to appoint al-Baja Je a President for Iraq
Member of the Iraqi Interim governing council Mahmoud Othman announced that Sheikh Ghazi Ijeil Elawer is the most likely to win the post of the Iraqi republic Presidency in order to run the affairs of the country after the authority will be handed over to the Iraqis on June 30.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 6/1/2004
Seven Palestinians were injured, Sharon postpones voting on his plan
The plan advocated by the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon to withdraw from Gaza unilaterally witnessed a heated debate in Israel.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/1/2004
Mubarak: Gaza is the beginning of withdrawal from Palestinian territories
Palestinians and Israelis have agreed on Egypt's plan on halting violence, assassinations and resumption of the peace process. President Mubarak and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon yesterday discussed the Israeli plan for withdrawal from the occupied lands in Gaza strip under the road map peace plan.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 6/1/2004
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President Hosni Mubarak phoned on Monday United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan al-Nahyan.
The Saudi ministry of the Interior said that the final outcome of the attacks launched by gunmen suspected to be members in al-Qaida organization on Saturday in al-Khubar city reached 22 including one American, one British and one Italian as well as wounding other 25 persons.