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Egypt's exports surge by L.E. 4.3 billion
According to a recent report released by the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), the aggregate volume of Egyptian exports to world markets reached L.E. 4.3 billion in January 2004, against L.E. 2.9 billion in January 2003. Egypt's total imports soared up to L.E. 6.5 billion in January 2004, compared to L.E. 5.4 billion in January 2003.
Egypt, Economics, 7/20/2004
Israel attacks in the depth of Beirut, Hizbullah vows to retaliate, a leading figure in Intifada supporting unit, assassinated
In a professional operation which is the second in less than one year, the Israeli intelligence forces yesterday assassinated one of the cadres of the " Islamic resistance " in Lebanon, Ghaleb Muhammad Awali ( 41 year old) by an explosive implanted in his car in front of his house in Muwad quarters in the southern suburb of Beirut and the car was detonated as he got into it.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 7/20/2004
Lahoud Condemns Assassination of Hizbullah's official
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud Monday condemned the crime of assassinating one of the Lebanese National Resistance men.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 7/20/2004
Turkish official highlights relations with Syria
Head of the Middle East Department at the Turkish Foreign Ministry Kamal Tozon said the visit paid by President Bashar al-Assad to Ankara early this year greatly pushed ahead political and economic relations between Syria and Turkey.
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 7/20/2004
Assassination of the governor of al-Basra
Unidentified gunmen assassinated the governor of al-Basra, Hazem Tawfiq al-Einji, while he was in his office today morning.
Iraq, Politics, 7/20/2004
First sentences against Jangaweid members, Inter- Sudanese peace negotiations extended
The Kenyan mediator to the peace talks between the Sudanese government and the southern rebels, Lazaraos Simbayo, said that the negotiators are embarking on the final touches for the security arrangements, and therefore the final agreement is not ready as expected.
Sudan, Politics, 7/20/2004
Judge Garzon statements, 'unfounded' says Morocco's Islamist party
The Moroccan Islamist party, Party of Justice and Development (PJD/ moderate) has denounced as "unfounded" recent statements by Spanish judge Baltazar Garzon on Morocco's terrorist threat.
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 7/20/2004
Jordanian- Iraqi cooperation agreement, Islamists criticize Allawi
Iraq's prime minister Eyad Allawi signed an economic and technology cooperation agreement with his Jordanian counterpart Faisal al-Fayez. This was during Allawi's visit to Monday to Amman, his first leg in the tour which will lead him to the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Lebanon.
Jordan-Iraq, Politics, 7/20/2004
Cairo conference will not interfere in Iraq's internal affairs; Baghdad: neighboring states fight the US on our lands
The government of the Iraqi prime minister Eyad Allawi who started in Jordan yesterday his tour in the region accused some neighboring states in wanting to fight the US on the land of Iraq.
Iraq-Egypt, Politics, 7/20/2004
Palestinian groups demand ending security loss, commander of al-Naser group rescued; calls for reform
Leader of al-Naser groups for Salah Eddine group, the military wing of the people's resistance committees, Abdul karim al-Qouqa, survived for the second time within hours from Israeli missiles targeted his house in al-Shate' coast in Gaza. Three Palestinians were injured in the second operation which targeted his house today at dawn.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 7/20/2004
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President, Laurent Gbagbo, of Cote d'Ivoire arrived, in Rabat Monday, on a visit to Morocco.
Saudi Arabia's Cabinet on Monday urged the international community to confront the Israeli intransigence and to put an end to the Israeli aggressive practices against Palestinian people.
Egypt's Foreign Ministry is currently holding contacts with the authorities concerned to settle the issue of the Israeli closure Sunday of Rafah border crossing, the ministry's spokesman said Monday.