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Saudi reformers accuse judiciary of unfairness
Three Saudi reformers, who are currently brought before the judiciary, extended a message to the Saudi crown prince Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz in which they complained against the conditions of their trial.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 11/8/2004
Palestinian official: Arafat suffers liver failure, Palestinian meetings to maintain stability
One Palestinian source disclosed that the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat suffers liver failure and that his health condition is not improving.
Palestine, Politics, 11/8/2004
Suha Arafat accuses Qurei delegation of wanting to bury her husband alive
Suha Arafat, wife of the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, extended a call to the Palestinian people via al-Jazeera TV in which she described the Palestinian officials who want to head for Paris today as "handful of inheritors who want to bury Yasser Arafat alive."
Palestine, Politics, 11/8/2004
A message from al-Assad to Mubarak on regional issues
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt received on Sunday the Syrian Foreign Minister Farouk al-Shara who handed him a message sent from President Bashar al-Assad on the latest developments in the Arab region.
Egypt-Syria, Politics, 11/8/2004
Ali Islam: Egypt denies banned nuclear activity
Egypt denied on Sunday carrying out any banned nuclear activity, Vowing continued cooperation with the UN nuclear watchdog in mutual confidence and transparency."
Egypt, Politics, 11/8/2004
Morocco to fully cooperate with UN officials and international community to reach political solution to Sahara dispute, King Mohammed VI
King Mohammed VI reaffirmed Saturday that Morocco will continue to cooperate fully and in good faith with the United Nations, its Secretary-General Kofi Annan, and with his Special Representative Alvaro de Soto, aided by effective support from partners in the region and from the international community, "to reach a final, negotiated political solution to the artificial dispute over Morocco's territorial integrity, one that is mutually acceptable to the parties concerned."
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 11/8/2004
Attempts to revive inter-Sudanese negotiations
Mediators of the African Union are seeking to bring back the rebels of Darfur and the representatives of the Sudanese government to the stumbled negotiation table.
Sudan, Politics, 11/8/2004
Sudan holds the UN responsible for deterioration of conditions in Darfur
Sudan has accused the UN speial envoy in Sudan Jan Brunek of encouraging the rebels in Darfur district to violate the ceasefire.
Sudan-UN, Politics, 11/8/2004
Khatami and peace in the Middle East; Iran has right to peaceful nuclear energy
Iranian President Mohammed Khatami stressed that peace and stability in the Middle East cannot be achieved without the restoration of the Palestinian people's legitimate rights and the establishment of their independent state with Jerusalem as its capital.
Regional-Iran, Politics, 11/8/2004
Saudi scholars: al-Jihad is a duty in Iraq; a call to avoid sedition
Some 26 Saudi scholars on Friday called in an open speech to the Iraqi people for unity and resisting the occupation, stressing in a statement issued on the Internet the legitimacy of resistance.
Saudi Arabia-Iraq, Politics, 11/8/2004
Washington Post: US concern over disappearance of 4,000 missiles in Iraq
In yesterday's issue, the Washington Post said that the American administration fears that some 4,000 missile of shoulder-borne type that might be used in downing planes had disappeared from Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 11/8/2004
American forces seizes Falluja hospital
The American forces have seized the main hospital in Falluja city in the first hours of today ( Monday morning) and handed it over to the Iraqi forces which detained more than 50 persons who had entered it, giving no details on their identity or the reasons behind their detention.
Iraq-USA, Military, 11/8/2004
21 policemen killed in al-Anbar, four injured in Falluja
Iraqi medical sources said that four Iraqis were injured in an artillery bombardment that targeted the east and south east quarters of Falluja city yesterday at dawn.
Iraq, Military, 11/8/2004
Al-Anbaa: Ford: Syrian-British relations are excellent
British Ambassador in Damascus Peter Ford described the Syrian-British relations as excellent.
Syria-UK, Politics, 11/8/2004
When withdrawal from Gaza is made, UN observers in Sinai are ready to protect the borders
The UN forces in charge of monitoring peace between Israel and Egypt announced yesterday that it is ready to help ensuring the protection of borders between Egypt and Gaza after Israel's withdrawal from this Palestinian sector.
Palestine-Egypt, Politics, 11/8/2004
Israel admits that one Hizbullah reconnaissance plane flew over North Israel
The Israeli army admitted that a pilot-less plane for the Lebanese Hizbullah party launched by Hizbullah flew over north Israel.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 11/8/2004
Green March day celebrated amid new diplomatic successes on Sahara issue
Morocco is celebrating today the 29th Green March Day amid new diplomatic successes, including the recent withdrawal of recognition of the so-called sahrawi republic By Serbia-Monte-Negro.
Morocco, History, 11/8/2004
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Egyptian Ambassador and the Spokesman of the Egyptian Presidency Majed Abdulfatah said on Sunday that the UN Security Council resolution 1559 didn't refer by name to Syria, and it didn't accuse or demand anything from Syria, stressing at the same time that Syria deals with the resolution in a tangible positive way.
Lebanese Interior Minister Suleiman Franjieh stressed the importance of the distinguish relationship between his country and Syria, saying Beirut would continue to commit itself to that conviction.
Mohamad Abdellah, President of Alexandria University and member of secretariat general for the National Democratic party (NDP), affirmed that Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak exerts great efforts to enable women to get their rights. In the political rights forum, he called on women to activate their role in the political domain and use their rights granted by the constitution.
Syrian National Symphony received a massage from His Holiness Pope John Paul II of the Vatican in which he greeted the Symphony and Syria and remembered his historical visit to Syria, Tishreen daily said Sunday.
Jordanian Foreign Minister Hani al-Malqi and his Malaysian counterpart Hamed al-Bar stressed the necessity of reaching a just and comprehensive peace in the Middle East that leads to establishment of an independent Palestinian state.
Egypt's Minister of Electricity Hassan Younes said the German government approved to finance Al-Zaafrana wind power station whose total cost is estimated at $ 98 million and due to be operational in three years.
The giant statue of Ramses II will finally say farewell to its current noisy, fumy and bustling location in Cairo's most crowded square to rest in the Giza Plateau's Saqqara area, said Zahi Hawas, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Antiquities.