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Saudi Arabia faces terrorism by employing women; One Irish journalist killed, one British injured
One Irish photographer was killed and a British was injured in a new attack against foreigners in Saudai Arabia.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 6/7/2004
Kuwait commends al-Assad's rightful vision on the region; al-Assad: we support a President agreed upon by the Lebanese
The Syrian President Bashar al-Assad yesterday in Kuwait stressed that Damascus " will support any President agreed upon by the Lebanese and will not bring in any Preisdent" noting that extension for the Lebanese President is " A Lebanese decision and not the decision of the Syrian President " and is taken " according to just Lebanese considerations," though he said that Damascus is " effective " in the Lebanese conditions.
kuwait-Syria, Politics, 6/7/2004
King Mohammed VI: Shared prosperity, globalization with a human face tributary of skilled labor training in countries of the South
Morocco's King Mohammed VI stressed Sunday that "it would be unrealistic to speak of shared prosperity, solidarity and globalization with a human face" unless "priority is given to training skilled labor in the countries of the South, and unless substantial investments are made to help these countries in their development effort."
Morocco-Regional, Politics, 6/7/2004
Free trade agreement to be signed soon between Egypt and Turkey
The Turkish Ambassador in Egypt said the Egyptian-Turkish relations are strong, noting that President Mubarak's visit to Turkey had helped enhance relations between the two countries.
Egypt-Turkey, Economics, 6/7/2004
Sudan: Launching the final phase for peace
The Sudanese government and the Sudanese rebels on Saturday signed a declaration which once again renewed the commitment of the two sides to a series of bilateral peace agreements.
Sudan, Politics, 6/7/2004
UN fact-finding mission visits Quneitra
A delegation representing the UN fact-finding mission, during its visit to Quneitra Saturday, met with Deputy Chairman of the Executive bureau of Quneitra's governorate Council, Nadim Mirza.
Syria-Israel, Politics, 6/7/2004
Rebels release UN employees in Darfour
Darfour rebels yesterday morning released 16 of the employees of the UN who were kidnapped on Saturday. A UN source said that the hostages, 13 Sudanese and three foreigners from Ireland, Malawi and Bosnia were released in an area near al-Fasher, the capital of North Darfour province.
Sudan, Politics, 6/7/2004
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