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Saudi national dialogue accepts for the woman what does not violate religion
Works of the national meeting for intellectual dialogue yesterday concluded its third phase in al-Madina al-Munawara. The meeting lasted for three days and was under the title " the woman.. her rights and duties and education connection to that."
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 6/15/2004
Saudi Arabia commends its citizens loyalty, campaign for the statement of the 6 men of religion
The Saudi Arabian authorities continues search for the group which kidnapped the American hostages at a time when the Kingdom authorities underlined the importance of co-operation of its citizens in confrontation of the " corrupted terrorist groups." The authorities commends their loyalty to " religion, the king and the homeland."
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 6/15/2004
Libyan paper criticizes strongly the ruling family in Saudi Arabia
The Libyan daily al-Zahf al-Akhdar strongly attacked the Saudi regime and the ruling family, while the Saudi daily Okaz talked about an Egyptian initiative to contain the crisis which is escalating between Libya and the Kingdom since 2003 as a result of the unmasking of the attempt to disclose an assassination attempt against the Saudi crown prince.
Libya-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 6/15/2004
Turkish president receives al-Shara
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara on Monday met Turkish President Ahmet Necdet Sezer.
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 6/15/2004
King's African tour materializes Morocco's interest in Africa
The tour that King Mohammed VI of Morocco will undertake this week in several African countries is a new occasion to highlight the kingdom's interest in Africa and its particular relations with African countries.
Morocco-Regional, Politics, 6/15/2004
Several cooperation projects in the pipeline between Morocco and Benin
Morocco and Benin have various cooperation projects in the pipeline, mainly in tourism and rural water, said in Cotonou, Morocco's ambassador to Benin, Hassan Bennani, on the eve of a visit by King Mohammed VI to the west African country, part of a tour to five African nations to start on Tuesday.
Morocco-Benin, Politics, 6/15/2004
Washington accuses Khartoum of obstructing Darfour relief aid
The US on Monday accused Sudan of obstructing the humanitarian efforts in Darfour area to the western part of the country which lives a humanitarian crisis because of the tension overwhelming it since more than one year.
Sudan-USA, Politics, 6/15/2004
Morocco, a bright light of reform and moderation in the Islamic world, Zoellick
The signing next Tuesday of a free trade agreement between Morocco an the United States will seal a " new and deeper economic and political partnership with Morocco, a bright light of reform and moderation in the Islamic world," said US trade representative, Robert Zoellick.
Morocco-USA, Politics, 6/15/2004
Iraqi government to be handed Saddam Hussein within two weeks; ICRC demands trying or releasing him
The Iraqi prime minister Eyad Allawi said that the occupation forces will hand over the former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to the Iraqi authorities to try him within two weeks.
Iraq, Politics, 6/15/2004
Israeli forces start annexation of Ariel settlement in the depth of the west bank, Israeli Apache assassinates one Palestinian
Two Palestinians were killed, one of them is a member in al-Aqsa group and other three wounded when an Israeli helicopter fired a missile that hit their car in Balatah camp for the Palestinian refugees near Nablus in the West Bank.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/15/2004
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Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on Monday received a message from his Cypriot counterpart Tassos Papadoponlos on the situation in the region and the Cypriot issue.
President Hosni Mubarak on Monday had a telephone conversation with South African President Thabo Mbeki. They discussed a host of African issues of joint interest along with means of promoting bilateral cooperation in the various domains.
The resignation of James Baker, Personal Envoy of the UN chief for the Sahara, made the headlines of Monday's newspapers in Morocco with some describing his move as a "failure" in his mission to broker a solution to the nearly three decades dispute opposing Morocco to the Algerian-backed separatist movement "Polisario."
It was announced both in Damascus and Peking that the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad will visit China next week in the first visit of its kind, the Chinese foreign ministry said will be held on June 21 through 25.
The Israeli ambassador in Egypt yesterday complained over the " bad treatment" of three Israeli diplomats at Cairo airport, who refused to be subjected to security monitoring measures.