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Saddam rejects accusations addressed to him, Washington collects evidences
The US Department Of State announced that Washington helps in collecting evidences that the special Iraqi court which sentences the former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and 11 of his senior aides can use.
Iraq, Politics, 7/2/2004
Egypt releases hundreds including one accused of killing al-Sadat
The Egytian official Middle East News Agency said that the authorities decided to release 567 prisoners including Hisham Abdul Zher Abdul Rahman, one of the political prisoners.
Egypt, Politics, 7/2/2004
UAE, Iran exchange releasing sailers, fishing boats
The United Arab Emirates UAE and Iran exchanged the release of sailers and fishing boats the two sides had held after they had entered the territorial waters of the two states since the beginning of June.
United Arab Emirates-Iran, Politics, 7/2/2004
Syrian- Turkish Relations booming
The Syrian-Turkish relations have recently witnessed a remarkable development in all domains and it might be the exchanged visits that gave strong boost to cement these ties particularly in the economy and trade fields
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 7/2/2004
WHO warns against the death if thousands; Annan talks with Bashir today, about Darfour's refugees
The UN secretary General Kofi Annan told the Sudanese refugees of Darfour that they will be returned back to their homes after guarantees from the Sudanese government to protect them.
Sudan-UN, Politics, 7/2/2004
Three of al-Houthi guards were killed, Government's committee talks his detained supporters
One official in Sada governorate to the north of Yemen said that three of the guards and escorts of the Yemeni scholar Hussein Bader Eddine al-Houthi were injured during the clashes which took place yesterday between his followers and the army forces which escalated operations against the headquarters
Yemen, Politics, 7/2/2004
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Head of the Foreign Affairs Committee at the Lebanese Parliament Ali Khalil Thursday conferred with the Special Representative of UN Secretary General to South Lebanon Stephan De Mitsura on the Israeli violations on Lebanon's sovereignty.
Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul Thursday said the Americans didn't find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq which they alleged that it was the main reason for occupying Iraq.
Visiting Speaker of Guatemala's parliament, Rolando Morales Chavez, voiced Wednesday "full support" to Morocco's sovereignty over its southern provinces, known as Sahara, claimed by the Algeria-backed separatist movement Polisario.
"We have a humanitarian catastrophe in Darfur, but what we really have is a security crisis," U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell tells reporters as he pledges additional U.S. assistance for those suffering in the western region of Sudan.
Morocco and neighboring Algeria voiced resolve to foster joint efforts in their anti-locusts struggle.