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African Union commends the interim parliament in Somalia
The African Union has considered the inauguration of an interim Somali parliament in Nairobi as "a turning point" in this country which is situated in the African horn, which is swept by a civil war since 1991.
Somalia-Regional, Politics, 8/30/2004
Syria sentences two Kurds of imprisonment, postpones files of 15 others
A Syrian security court sentenced two Kurdish activists for 3 year imprisonment over charges of affiliation to separatist groups.
Syria, Politics, 8/30/2004
Iraq's deputy prime minister starts a visit to Tehran
Iraq's interim deputy prime minister Barham Saleh held talks with the Iranian officials in Tehran in a visit described as aiming to pave the way before the prime minister of the interim Iraqi government Eyad Allawi to Iran. A visit which has not yet been fixed.
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 8/30/2004
Libya will not be silent about the incident of Imam Sadr
The disappearance of Imam Musa Sadr, was a circle in a continuous chain of incidents of kidnappings, assassinations, settling of accounts among the many political, denominational, and ideological belligerents in the Arab East area, in the 70s of the past century
Libya-Lebanon, Politics, 8/30/2004
Lebanese patriarch criticizes extension for Lahoud's term of office
The Lebanese Maronite Patriarch Nasrullah Sfeir on Sunday criticized the extension for the current Lebanese President Emile Lahoud for a new term office, considering that the situation is "regrettable."
Lebanon, Politics, 8/30/2004
Mauritania accuses Burkina Faso of being behind the cope attempt
The minister of defense in Mauritania, Baba Weld Seidi, said that Burkina Faso gave support for the leaders of the coupe attempt which was announced on August 9th and at the protection of the special advisor of its President Mustafa Weld al-Imam al-Shafe' who is of a Mauritanian origin.
Mauritania-Burkina Faso, Politics, 8/30/2004
Suspension of al-Sader city negotiations, two Turkish hostages released
A round of talks between the interim Iraqi government and representatives for al-Sader Martyrs groups failed to reach a settlement to contain the clashes renewed between al-Mahdi army and the Iraqi forces in al-Sader city after the fighting had stopped in Najaf.
Iraq, Politics, 8/30/2004
Contradictory reports over the detente in the Sudanese talks
News reports coming from Nigeria's capital, Abuja, over the occurrence of detente in the current talks between the Sudanese government and Darfur rebels started since last week and resumed yesterday, were contradictory after the rebels boycotted its sessions for 24 hours under the pretext that the Sudanese government has violated the ceasefire.
Sudan, Politics, 8/30/2004
An attack on southern Iraq oil pipeline, exports reduced
Employees in the southern Iraq oil company announced that the country's south oil pipeline was attacked on Sunday at dawn, just few kilometers from a position where 8 oil pipelines were attacked on Wednesday.
Iraq, Economics, 8/30/2004
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Morocco's athlete, Hicham El Guerrouj, won this Saturday his second Olympic title when he came in first in the 5,000 m race. The Olympic title had been eluding El Guerrouj who lined up for the first time in his sports career in the 5,000 m race.
Lebanese member of the Loyalty Bloc For Resistance, MP Hussein Hajj Hassan Sunday said "Lebanon is determined to continue its strategic ally with Syria in order to confront repercussions of conflict with the Israeli enemy."
Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Sheikh Mohammad Sayed Tantawi has urged Muslim youths and clerics worldwide to stand up to extremism for the welfare of the Muslim nation.
Units of the Moroccan navy patrolling the Mediterranean sea hailed this Saturday off the northeastern region four inflatable ships with 33 Moroccan nationals trying to emigrate illegally to Europe.