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Washington adds al-Manar TV to terrorism list
The US has listed the Lebanese al-Manar TV of the Hizbullah party within its list of the terrorist organizations and prevented its broadcast on its territories under the pretext of provoking terrorism and hatred.
Lebanon-USA, Politics, 12/18/2004
Spanish judiciary refuses to release Allouni at a guarantee
The Spanish national court has rejected an appeal submitted by al-Jazeera correspondents Teiser Allouni to release him at a guarantee until his trial starts.
Regional-Spain, Politics, 12/18/2004
Khartoum agreement with one rebel group, prepares for an attack in Darfur
The Sudanese government yesterday recorded a political breakthrough in Darfur by signing a peace agreement with one rebel group which does not take part in Abuja negotiations, amid accusations for Khartoum of the responsibility concerning the deterioration of the security situation in the district.
Sudan, Politics, 12/18/2004
Arab Maghreb federation's foreign ministers will meet today in Tripoli
The Algerian foreign ministry announced yesterday that an urgent meeting for the foreign ministers of the member states in the "Arab Maghreb federation" will be held in Tripoli today.
Maghreb-Libya, Politics, 12/18/2004
The US cancels Iraqi debts
The USA has cancelled all Iraqi debts owed to it estimated at $ 4.1 billion and called on other countries to take similar steps for the need to rebuild Iraq which was destroyed by war.
Iraq-USA, Economics, 12/18/2004
Arab forum calls for boosting inter-Arab oil, gas investments
It called for boosting Arab cooperation in the field of oil derivatives
Regional, Economics, 12/18/2004
Iranian vice president arrives in Damascus
Shoraka said that his visit came in the framework of boosting and consolidating relations with Syria in all fields particularly in sphere of economic planning, pointing out to Syria's prominent place in the Iranian foreign policy.
Syria-Iran, Politics, 12/18/2004
Annan says UN is best placed to tackle global ills
"Tomorrow's United Nations must have the capacity to move fast, and see every job through," he stressed.
Regional-UN, Politics, 12/18/2004
US diplomat: Morocco, a model of political reforms in the region
US ambassador in Rabat, Thomas Riley, has described Morocco as a "model" of political and democratic reforms in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Regional-USA, Politics, 12/18/2004
Government to declare realistic policies to support low-income brackets
Egypt's Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif will deliver tomorrow the first government's policy statement since he assumed office a few months ago.
Egypt, Economics, 12/18/2004
Kuwaiti papers welcome Mrs. Mubarak's visit
He referred to the two pilot projects she had adopted, the Reading for All and the Family Library.
Egypt-Kuwait, Culture, 12/18/2004
Underway preparations for the Iraqi elections
The independent higher commission for elections in Iraq has announced that 107 lists including 7200 candidates from 73 parties and 25 independent candidates and nine coalition lists will compete over 275 seats dedicated for the Interim national society.
Iraq, Politics, 12/18/2004
Bin Laden calls on his supporters to attack oil firms
Leader of al-Qaida organization Osama Bin Laden has called on his supporters to concentrate their attacks on oil firms in Iraq and the Gulf states, considering that the strongest weapons against the USA.
Regional, Politics, 12/18/2004
Three westerners killed in Iraq
one armed Iraqi group calling itself "the Islamic movement for Iraq Mujahideen" announced the killing of the Italian hostage Silvatory Santor.
Iraq, Military, 12/18/2004
Syria cooperates with the ILO to end child labor
Syria's Minister of Labor and Social Affaires Diala Hajj Aref on Thursday in Damascus discussed with the Regional Director of the Arab states at the International Labor Organization ( ILO) Taleb Rifai the protocol of technical cooperation signed between the two sides.
Syria, Culture, 12/18/2004
Senegal urges for release of Moroccan POWs in Southern Algeria
Senegal has urged for the release of Moroccan POWs that are detained in "deplorable conditions" in Tindouf camps in southwestern Algeria, said a joint statement released at the end of the 13th session of the Moroccan-Senegalese joint High Commission that convened Friday in Rabat.
Morocco-Senegal, Politics, 12/18/2004
Lebanese president stresses Palestinian people's rights
President Emil Lahoud of Lebanon stressed his country's commitment to the Palestinian people's right to return home, calling for the implementation of the UN relevant resolutions.
Lebanon-Palestine, Politics, 12/18/2004
Baz: Palestinian struggle should continue based on international law
Osama El-Baz, the Presidential Political Adviser, said that the Palestinians are a struggling people and they will not surrender to the oppression and violence practiced by the Israeli occupation forces against them.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 12/18/2004
Palestinian warning against escalation in the Palestinian territories
The spokesman for the Palestinian Authority, Nabil Abu Rudinah, has warned against the grave consequences of the Israeli escalation in the Palestinian territories especially the invasion of Khan Younis camp and its reflections on the political situation and the available opportunities to rescue the peace process.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 12/18/2004
Six Palestinians killed in continued Israeli invasion of Gaza
Four Palestinians were killed by the bullets of the Israeli forces during its continued invasion of Khan Younis camp and the Austrian quarters to the south of Gaza, thereby the number of Palestinians killed in this operation since yesterday at dawn reached six.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 12/18/2004
Patrick Seale described Bush foreign policy as uncertain
British writer and journalist Patrick Seale said that uncertainty was still marking President George W. Bush's foreign policy in his second term due to the continued disagreements between the so-called neo-conservatives and traditional conservatives in his administration over key portfolios at the Department Of State, National Security Council and the CIA.
Regional-USA, Politics, 12/18/2004
Islamic-Christian conference rejects religious discrimination
The Islamic-Christian conference wrapped up Friday in Ain Al Sukhna with a call of rejecting distinction between the Egyptian people on the basis of race or religion.
Egypt, Religion, 12/18/2004
Climate Changes conference wrap up deliberations
The Climate Changes Conference on Friday concluded its deliberations in the Argentinean Capital of Buenos Aires.
Regional, Environment, 12/18/2004
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A Jordanian newspaper on Friday called upon Arabs to support Syria in her position regarding the need to resume negotiations on the Syrian track in a way that restores her rights in the occupied land. "Syria is the Arab depth that must be kept and backed under all conditions and circumstances," A-Rai said in an article.
Senegalese President Abdoulaya Wade and his spouse arrived in Cairo yesterday on a 12-day private visit to Egypt.
About one million German tourists are expected to visit Hurghada and other coastal areas next year, said the German Ambassador in Cairo Martin Koebler yesterday on the occasion of inauguration of a new German consulate in Hurghada which has become the Germans' first touristic destination.
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Melese Zenawy received yesterday in Addis Ababa both Egypt's Minister of Supply and Home Trade Hassan Khedr and Minister of International Cooperation Fayza Abul Naga who are currently visiting Ethiopia for talks on boosting bilateral relations especially in trade and investment.
The Libyan leader Muammar al-Qathafi has considered Libya's giving up of nuclear weapons program had helped the American president George W. Bush to be elected at a rate of 50%.
Morocco's Prince Moulay Rachid, younger brother of king Mohammed VI, was received, Friday, in Huis Ten Bosch Palace in the Hague by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.
British State Minister for Middle East Affairs Baroness Simons said relations between Syria and Britain have greatly improved over the past 18 months.
Mayor of the German city of Bonn underlined the significance of efforts exerted by the German- Syrian Friendship Society to make convergence and dialogue between the two peoples of Syria and Germany.