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Arafat in a state of clinical death, alert in the Palestinian territories
Vagueness still overwhelms the fate of the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat who has been in coma, according to the French medical sources which treat him at Percy military hospital in Paris.
Palestine, Politics, 11/5/2004
UN warning over the deteriorated security condition, Inter- Sudanese negotiations stumble
Current negotiations in Nigeria taking place between the Sudanese government and the rebel movements in Darfur stumbled because of not reaching a formula on the demands of the rebels to imposing a "no fly zone" on the district.
Sudan, Politics, 11/5/2004
Over 8,000 classrooms created over last 2 years, minister
However, he said, despite all his department's efforts to meet infrastructure needs, some regions are still under-equipped.
Morocco, Education, 11/5/2004
Osman: Average per capita income up
The average per capita income reached LE 6,843 during 2003/04 fiscal year, compared to LE 6,142 the previous year, said Planning Minister Osman Mohamed Osman. He attributed such change to an increase in the real gross domestic product (GDP) from LE 391 billion in 2002/03 fiscal year to LE 45 billion in 2003/04, up by an average of 4.1 percent.
Egypt, Economics, 11/5/2004
US embassy in Damascus closed for security measures revision
The American embassy in Damascus today closed its doors before clients in order to re-assess security measures.
Syria-USA, Politics, 11/5/2004
Allawi meets with European leaders in Brussels
The Iraqi Interim prime minister Eyad Allawi will be meeting today in Brussels the leaders of the European Union, on the sideline of their summit which started deliberations on Thursday.
Iraq-European Union, Politics, 11/5/2004
Falluja bombarded, three British soldiers were killed
The American forces on Thursday evening launched intensive air raids and artillery attacks against positions to the south and east of Falluja city to the west of Baghdad.
Iraq, Military, 11/5/2004
Israeli incursion displaces 200 Palestinians in Rafah, one tank kills three Palestinians in Gaza
One Israeli tank killed three Palestinians in Gaza, while one Palestinian prisoner in al-Ramla jail in Israel died because of his deteriorated health conditions after Israel had refused to release him.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/5/2004
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The National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) will organise a regional conference on human rights in collaboration with the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights.
"The Leader of the Revolution, Chairman of the Presidential Council of the Arab Maghreb Union received Thursday, Abdul Aziz Belkhadem, the Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs as a personal envoy" from President Abdul Aziz Butaflika of Algeria "in connection with the progress of the Arab Maghreb Union," JANA reported yesterday.
Lebanese Information Minister Eli Ferzli expressed hope of achieving a just and comprehensive peace in the Middle East during the second term of the US President George Bush.
Lebanese MP Sami al-Khateeb said on Thursday that the ministerial statement of the Lebanese new government on the strategic relation between Syria and Lebanon is distinguished by transparency.
One official in the Syrian customs said yesterday that Iraq blocked one of the border crossing with Syria. The official explained that the West Iraq's authorities blocked Tanaf crossing situated 280 Km to the northern east of Damascus. This crossing is known in Iraq as al- Waleed crossing.
The Saudi security forces detained one suspect after he was injured in a fire exchange that resulted in injuring two security men.