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International organization calls for releasing children detainees in Iraq
The International organization "Save The Children" called on the Danish government to mediate immediately with the coalition forces in Iraq in order to release children detained in the Iraqi jails.
Iraq, Politics, 7/8/2004
The Third Arab Women Journalist conference: issues of concern
The Arab Women's Media Centre (AWMC) held its Third conference in Amman - Jordan, at 26th to 28th June 2004, under HRH patronage of Princess Bassma Bint Talal with the participation of media practitioners and analysts from Jordan and Arab states and Arab Women Journalists living in UK, USA, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Oman, Syria, Kuwait, Tunisia, Algeria, UAE and Yemen, Palestine, and the USA, also UK.
Regional, Politics, 7/8/2004
Lahoud meets Lukashenko on ME peace
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko Wednesday held talks in the Belarusian Capital Minsk on the bilateral relations between both countries, peace process and the situation in Iraq and Palestine.
Lebanon-Belarus, Politics, 7/8/2004
Turkish- Syrian- relations highlighted
Chairman of the Turkish Party of Development and Justice Dnkir Mir Mohammet Furat stressed the deep-rooted relations between Syria and Turkey, calling for developing them.
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 7/8/2004
Royal visit to Washington, new impetus to Morocco-US longstanding relations
The visit of Morocco's King Mohammed VI to the United States, starting this Wednesday, is expected to boost the longstanding relationships between Morocco and the United States as well as bilateral trade.
Morocco-USA, Politics, 7/8/2004
Morocco rejects partial liberation of POWs by separatist movement
The Moroccan Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Minister on Tuesday reiterated Morocco's refusal of "partial" liberations of Moroccan prisoners of War (POW) held captive by the separatist movement "Polisario" in Tindouf, southwestern Algeria.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 7/8/2004
US: Five Palestinians were convicted over trading with Syria, Libya
One American federal court yesterday convicted five Palestinians under the charge of selling computers illegally to Syria and Libya, the two countries which are considered supporting " terrorism."
Regional-USA, Politics, 7/8/2004
Allawi signed defense and national security law
The field developments in Iraq coincided with the signature of the defending national security law by the prime minister of the Iraqi Interim government Eyad Allawi. The said law gives the government several authorizations including announcing emergency in certain areas of Iraq.
Iraq, Politics, 7/8/2004
One al-Qassam leader killed, Israeli forces invade Gaza, the West Bank
One leading figure in Ezz Eddine al-Qassam group, the military wing of the Islamic resistance movement Hamas was killed by the bullets of the Israeli occupation forces today at dawn in Beit Hanoun to the north of Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 7/8/2004
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An Islamic web on the Internet on Tuesday issued a taped voice in which it indicated that the presumed leader of al-Qaida organization in Iraq, the Jordanian Abu Musab al-Zarqawi said that his group refused accepting a ransom to release the American Nicholas Burg and instead of that executed him in revenge of the sufferings of the Iraqis and the Afghans.