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Lawyers try to open the file of kidnapping the Saudi prince Sultan Bin turkey
The London-based al-Quds al-Arabi magazine said that a group of European lawyers are preparing to head for the Swiss Judiciary to open the file of the case over the disappearance of the Saudi prince Sultan Bin Turkey Bin Abdul Aziz who was kidnapped one year ago from Geneva, Switzerland, because of his strong stances over what is called corruption in the Kingdom and his demands for making change.
Saudi Arabia-Switzerland, Politics, 10/26/2004
Karami to announce on Tuesday the formation of the new Lebanese government
The designated Lebanese prime minister Omar Karami announced names of his new government on Tuesday after he was able of solve the differences which postponed the ministerial formation.
Lebanon, Politics, 10/26/2004
Ben Ali wins the Tunisian elections; Tunisian opposition protests
The democratic initiative which sponsored the candidate for the Presidential elections in Tunisia, Muhammad Ali Helwani, protested over the results of the Presidential elections that took place in Tunisia on Sunday.
Tunisia, Politics, 10/26/2004
Egypt stance on UNSC enlargement
Regarding the projected enlargement of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul-Gheit stressed some weeks ago before the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) that Egypt possesses due regional power elements and enjoys political and social stability in addition to strong international relations with all world countries.
Egypt-UN, Politics, 10/26/2004
Egypt, Sudan seek laying out solid economic integration
Egypt's Minister of Foreign Trade and Industry Rasheed Mohamed Rasheed and Sudanese Minister of Foreign Trade Abdel Hamid Kasha on Monday agreed on pushing up joint trade cooperation through solid infrastructure for economic 'integration.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 10/26/2004
No negotiation on Moroccan kingty over Sahara, party
Moroccan sovereignty over its Southern provinces cannot be subject to any negotiation, said Istiqlal Party Secretary general, Abbas El Fassi, stressing the Sahara issue is a national priority that concerns the whole of the Moroccan people.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 10/26/2004
Madrid keen to foster agreement among parties in Sahara conflict, official
The new Spanish government is trying to foster agreement among the parties in the Sahara conflict so as to reach a compromise solution to the dispute in face of the current deadlock, said Taib Fassi Fihri, Moroccan minister delegate to foreign affairs and cooperation.
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 10/26/2004
Egypt discloses the identity of persons accused of Sinai explosions
The Egyptian ministry of the interior announced yesterday the detention of five Egyptians over involvement in the Sinai explosions on October 7th which resulted in killing 32 persons, at least, most of them are Israeli tourists.
Egypt, Politics, 10/26/2004
Negotiations resumed between Khartoum and Darfur rebellions
A new round of negotiations started yesterday in Abuja, capital of Nigeria, between the Sudanese movement and the two main rebel movements in Darfur which has been witnessing acts of riots that resulted in killing thousands of persons and displacing more than one million persons.
Sudan, Politics, 10/26/2004
Barnier: we do hope for the release of the two French hostages shortly
The French foreign minister Michael Barnier said yesterday that he hopes the two French hostages in Iraq will be released shortly but he urged caution towards the most recent report indicating their nearby release.
Iraq-France, Politics, 10/26/2004
IAAE: hundreds of tons of explosives lost in Iraq
The International Agency for Atomic Energy (IAAE ) stressed that hundreds of tons of traditional explosives were missing from the Iraqi military arsenal that used to be under the rule of the toppled Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Iraq, Politics, 10/26/2004
One American soldier, several Iraqis killed in different explosions
An attack by explosives targeted part of an internal oil pipeline to the south west of Karkouk in north Iraq. Iraqi sources stressed continued Iraqi oil exports after firemen were able to control the fire in the pipeline which provides Beji refinery with oil
Iraq, Military, 10/26/2004
Syrian- Russian coordination over Sharm esh Sheikh conference on Iraq
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara on Monday received the Ambassador-at-large of the Iraqi affairs at the Russian Foreign Ministry, Sergei Kirpichenko.
Syria-Russia, Politics, 10/26/2004
Morocco submits to UN committee periodical human rights report
Morocco presented this Monday to the United Nations human rights committee its 5th periodical reports dealing with its enforcement of the international pact of civil and human rights.
Morocco, Politics, 10/26/2004
Lahoud reiterates rejection to external pressures
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud said Monday that pressures exerted against Syria and Lebanon will not affect their commitment to the national firm stances and aspirations to achieve a just and comprehensive peace.
Lebanon, Politics, 10/26/2004
Judicial organization establishes in Egypt a committee to defend Semitism
One of the Egyptian human rights organization has established a committee in defense of Semitism in the world aiming at helping the Arab citizens to benefit from the American law which makes it obligatory for the US Department Of State to monitor anti-Semitic practices in the world.
Regional-USA, Politics, 10/26/2004
Haaretz: Israel might accept Egyptian proposal to deploy forces in Sinai
Israel is inclined to accept the Egyptian proposal to deploy reinforcements of the border guards forces on the border with the aim to prevent smuggling of weapons via tunnels of Rafah to Gaza.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 10/26/2004
Number of Palestinians killed in Khan Younis tolled 16
Two Palestinians were killed by the bullets of the Israeli occupation soldiers to the south of Gaza and thereby the number of Palestinians killed during the few past hours reached 16, at a time when the Israeli parliament ( Knesset) held a meeting on Monday to discuss the withdrawal plan from Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 10/26/2004
Syrian chanter of Sufi songs tours the US
A Syrian Sufi and Andalusia songs chanter would soon tour the United States of America to recite this kind of religious and spiritual music Syria is famous of after he wrapped up a tour in Spain, Tishrin daily on Monday said.
Syria-USA, Local, 10/26/2004
Nazif receives Canadian oil company delegation for setting up joint petrochemical venture
Egypt's Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif met on Monday with the visiting board chairman of a Canadian Petrochemical Company, said Petroleum Minister Sameh Fahmi.
Egypt-Canada, Economics, 10/26/2004
German Chancellor: Arad is not alive
The German chancellor who took part in the negotiations operations between Israel and Hizbullah Biernid Schmidth Baro said that the missing Israeli pilot whose plane was downed in Lebanon in 1986 is not alive.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 10/26/2004
Morocco and Mexico review consolidation of economic ties
Consolidation of economic ties was the focus of a meeting held here this Monday between Moroccan minister-delegate for foreign affairs and cooperation, Taib Fassi Fihri, and visiting deputy-foreign minister, Maria de Lourdes Aranda Bezaury.
Morocco-Mexico, Politics, 10/26/2004
Marrakech Film Festival (FIFM) to be held on December 6 through 12
The jury will be presided by director Sir Alan Parker, while the FIFM has up to date nominated for honours cineastes Claudia Cardinale (Italy), Sean Connery (Scotland) and Youssef Chahine (Egypt). The festival will also show several other films, including a score of Moroccan movies made the four past years. Indian cinema will be given special honour and some 10 movies made during the past 40 years are featured.
Morocco, Local, 10/26/2004
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The new Somali President Abdullahi Yussuf Ahmed will arrive in Cairo tomorrow on 2-day visit in a tour which will also take him to Ethiopia and aims at returning his country to the Arab family and the international fold.