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For the first time since 14 years, a Palestinian media delegation in Kuwait
A Palestinian media delegation including representatives for the local media started an official visit to Kuwait on Saturday. It is the first for the second Gulf war in 1990 and freezing relations between the two sides.
Kuwait-Palestine, Politics, 10/4/2004
New page in the relations between Algeria, Iran
The Algerian President Abdul Aziz Buraflika and the Iranian Muhammad Khatami yesterday stressed that the two countries have succeeded in eliminating any misunderstanding and to "opening a new page based on reciprocated confidence and respect." Khatami arrived in Algiers on Saturday in a state visits lasts for three days at the invitation of Butaflika.
Algeria-Iran, Politics, 10/4/2004
125 persons killed in Sameraa, 2 killed in against Falluja
The American jets launched yesterday morning a new raid against Falluja city to the west of Baghdad, which is the third in less than 24 hours.
Iraq, Military, 10/4/2004
Two western bodies in Baghdad, American full control on Sameraa
The Iraqi minister of the interior Falah al-Naqib said during an inspection visit that the American and Iraqi forces completed their mission in the city "with great success," while the American forces considered that it had achieved great victory in its attack against the city.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 10/4/2004
Bashir renewed commitment to the federation and peace in the south
The Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir said that he cannot rule Sudan alone and that he is ready to sign the peace "today rather than tomorrow."
Sudan, Politics, 10/4/2004
Italy doubts convening the international conference in Egypt
The Italian deputy prime minister Jan Franco Feini in Cairo yesterday talked about "doubts" concerning the convening of an international conference on Iraq in Egypt, but he stressed his country's support for such a conference.
Egypt-Italy, Politics, 10/4/2004
Allawi starts a visit to Jordan after Washington
One Iraqi diplomatic source in Amman said that Allawi will hold during the visit talks with several Jordanian officials especially King Abdullah II dealing with developments in Iraq and the conference which will be held in Cairo over preparing for the Iraqi elections by the end of November
Iraq-Jordan, Politics, 10/4/2004
Iran to take part in the international conference on Iraq
Tehran announced it will take part in the international conference on Iraq which will be held in the last week of November in Cairo.
Iraq-Iran, Politics, 10/4/2004
Badawi highlights Syrian-Malaysian Relations
Regarding the Iraqi issue, Malaysian Premier said Iraq is under illegal war and all allegations of the war were false
Syria-Malaysia, Politics, 10/4/2004
Mrs. Mubarak shed light on linking education with society needs
Egypt's First Lady Mubarak stressed the importance of linking education with the new needs of society and the requirements of major renaissance and added that this would help push forward the development issues in the country.
Egypt, Education, 10/4/2004
Contract to manufacture the first Arab computer in Cairo
The Kuwaiti Khurafi group in Cairo signed with two Korean companies to manufacture the first Arab computer with Arab investments.
Egypt-Regional, Economics, 10/4/2004
Annan calls on Israel to halt its attack against Gaza
Sharon also told the Israeli army radio following the weekly meeting of his government that the army will also expand the buffer zone in northern Gaza in order to alienate the Israeli towns from the domain of the missile attacks and to ensure that "withdrawal will not be made under fire in 2005" as he alleged.
Israel-Palestine, Military, 10/4/2004
Israeli forces kill 7 Palestinians
Three Palestinians were killed during that few past hours as a result of the continued Israeli bombardment against Jabalia camp in Gaza, and thereby the number of killed Palestinians increased to seven at least today
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/4/2004
AL moves to stop Israeli attacks against the Palestinians
The Arab League AL has assigned the Arab group at the UN to call for convening an urgent meeting for the UN General Assembly or the UN Security Council to halt the "Israeli war of extermination against the Palestinian people."
Palestine-Regional, Politics, 10/4/2004
Egyptian firms undertake $120 million Libyan power projects
Egyptian firms are currently undertaking executing power projects in Libya at a cost of $120 million to raise electrical tension among the Arab Maghreb states from 220 to 400 and 500 KV in a way that will enable them to launch a linkage with Europe via Spain and Morocco
Egypt-Libya, Economics, 10/4/2004
Snow calls for up to 100 percent debt relief for poor countries
To break the ongoing "lend-and-forgive" cycle that heavily indebted poor countries face, the international community should "significantly" increase grants and debt relief, says U.S. Treasury Secretary John Snow.
Morocco-USA, Economics, 10/4/2004
Egypt's investment, growth face challenges, says WB
Egypt, Economics, 10/4/2004
Two gunmen attack a complex inhabited by foreigners in al-Riyadh
The Saudi dailies issued yesterday said that gunmen threw one mortar at a residential complex in Riyadh inhabited by foreigners but no casualties were reported.
Saudi Arabia, Local, 10/4/2004
Egypt, Ethiopia sign contract to manufacture irrigation, drainage equipment
Egypt and Ethiopia signed yesterday in Addis Ababa a partnership contract between the Ethiopian Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation and the Egyptian Golden Trade company working in irrigation technology in Egypt's Toshka project.
Egypt-Ethiopia, Economics, 10/4/2004
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