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First municipal elections announced in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia announced the completion of procedural measures to carry out the first municipal elections in the country in order to elect half members of the municipal council in Autumn.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 7/12/2004
Saleh speaks of an Iraq - Syria border agreement
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad yesterday stressed Syria's care to maintain Iraq's unity and its desire to help the Iraqi people to win their independence. This was expressed during his meeting with the Deputy chairman of the Interim Iraqi government Barham Saleh who announced reaching a security agreement aiming at controlling the borders between the two states in order to halt sneaking operations.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 7/12/2004
Riyadh hands over Sanaa, borders centers; seven of al-Houthi followers were killed
The website of the ruling People's Congress party in Yemen said that the Yemeni forces killed on Sunday seven supporters of the Zeidi clergy Hussein Bader Eddine al-Houthi, by which total the number of killed persons increased within almost three weeks of confrontations to 179 persons, at least.
Saudi Arabia-Yemen, Politics, 7/12/2004
Darfur's rebels kidnap three officials to the east of al-Fasher
The rebels in west Sudan launched an attack against a town in the district and kidnapped a senior tribal chieftain and two remarkable figures there. The governor of North Darfur district Othman Kabeer said that the rebels kidnapped al-Saddiq Abbas, the leader of the Arab tribes in the area, the director of the agricultural bank and a judge from the town which is situated to the east of al-Fasher the capital of the district.
Sudan, Politics, 7/12/2004
Arab support for Sudan's efforts to normalize the situation in Darfur
The secretary general of the Arab Gulf Cooperation welcomed the efforts of the Sudanese government to normalize relations in Darfur and steps taken by the Sudanese government over the normalization of conditions in Darfur as it was agreed with the UN by Khartoum in June.
Sudan-Regional, Politics, 7/12/2004
Syria, Turkey for boosting trade relations
Head of the Syrian Commerce Chambers' Union Rateb al-Shalah Sunday said Syria and Turkey will soon sign two agreements on free trade and the establishment of Joint borderline market.
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 7/12/2004
Three Americans killed in Iraq, Zeibari: instability in Iraq does not serve anyone
The government of the Iraqi prime minister Eyad Allawi called on the neighboring states yesterday not to solve its problems with Washington at the expense of Iraq, noting also areas where nuclear items were smuggled to during the war.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 7/12/2004
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The king of Saudi Arabia, Fahd Bin Abed al-Aziz, Sunday conferred with the Lebanese Premier Rafic Hariri in the Coastal city of Jeddah, on the latest developments in the region and world, particularly in Palestine and Iraq, and cooperation relations between Saudi Arabia and Lebanon.
President Bashar al-Assad received Lakhdar Brahimi, the Special Advisor to the United Nations Secretary General at Al-Rawda Palace on Sunday. Brahimi handed president al-Assad a letter from the UN Secretary General Kofi Annan on the Middle East peace and the situations in Iraq.
A spokesman for the American fifth fleet, which has Bahrain as a headquarters, James Gabriel, said yesterdays that the " Interim transport" of the American soldiers positioned in Bahrain will continue " for two weeks " and that " hundreds ' of them had actually left Bahrain.