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Gulf states approve regulations of monetary system, common currency
The governors of monetary and central banks establishments in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) approved regulations regarding monetary founding a monetary union and a common currency by the beginning of 2010.
Gulf, Economics, 3/21/2005
Arab summit focus on Arab peace initiative, real reform of Arab League avoided
Al Ahram reports that the agenda of the Algiers summit focuses on the Middle East peace march, the situation in Iraq and the Sudan, reform of the Arab League, payments by the member states of their subscriptions, the Arab attitude towards the reform of the United Nations besides combating terrorism.
Regional, Politics, 3/21/2005
Anti- war demonstrations in London and U.S. cities
Protesters placed a coffin outside the American embassy in London with the words "100,000 dead" written on it.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/21/2005
Continued investigations in Qatar's explosions
At a time when investigations continued and the area of the explosions remained closed, the Qatari ministry of the interior announced that the explosion which targeted a theatre for a British school on Saturday is a suicide attack carried out by a man carrying the Egyptian nationality.
Qatar, Local, 3/21/2005
Vast denunciation of the explosion, France sends experts to investigate in Doha explosion
The French President Jacque Chirac strongly condemned the suicide operation which targeted a theatre for a British school in Doha on Saturday evening, and described the attack as terrorist.
Qatar, Politics, 3/21/2005
Junblat in Egypt, warning against the return of violence to Lebanon
Lebanese Druz parliamentarian and leader of the Lebanese Socialist Progressive party, Walid Junblat, is visiting Egypt where he expects to meet today with President Hosni Mubarak.
Lebanon-Egypt, Politics, 3/21/2005
Lebanese officials on national stances, continued resistance
Lebanese resistance weapons will always be against the Israeli occupation and it will never be in another direction, Deputy Secretary General of Hizbullah Sheikh Naim Qassem said Sunday.
Lebanon, Politics, 3/21/2005
Unprecedented visit by thousands of Hizbullah's supporters to Hariri's tomb
Thousands of supporters of the Lebanese Hizbullah party on Sunday visited the tomb of the former Lebanese prime minister Rafic Harir in al-Shuhadaa (martyrs) square in the downtown of Beirut for the first time since his assassination on February 14.
Lebanon, Politics, 3/21/2005
Nearby Shiite- Kurdish agreement on the government in Iraq
Iraq, Politics, 3/21/2005
Kuwaiti papers underline Syria's sacrifices for Lebanon
Kuwaiti daily of 'al-Qabas' underlined Sunday that sacrifices made by Syria for Lebanon has ended the civil war in the country and protected the Lebanese people from being torn apart.
Syria-Lebanon, Politics, 3/21/2005
Iraqi- Jordanian diplomatic crisis
Iraq-Jordan, Politics, 3/21/2005
King Abdullah will not attend the Arab Summit
Jordan's King Abdullah II will not attend the Arab Summit in Algeria next Tuesday because of former commitments, a senior Jordanian official said Sunday.
Jordan-Regional, Politics, 3/21/2005
Iraqi police man killed, al-Sader demands the evacuation of the Americans
Gunmen assassinated yesterday a senior official in Musil city police. This was in an operation which targeted the directorate of administrative corruption fighting and resulted in killing several persons.
Iraq, Military, 3/21/2005
Sameh Fahmi : Fossil fuel revenue up by $6 billion
The Egyptian fossil fuel industry has provided the local market with petroleum, natural gas and petrochemical products estimated at US$46 billion over the last five years.
Egypt, Economics, 3/21/2005
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The Arab journalist union has demanded the arab forthcoming summit in algiers to permit the freedom of the press and expression because this is real introduction to correct democratic development and quick response to the demand of the peoples.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco is expected, in Algiers Monday, coming from Paris, to attend the two-day 17th summit of Arab heads of State due to open on Tuesday in the Algerian capital.
Jordanian weekly "al-Liwa" newspaper called for the necessity of supporting Syria in the face of the mounting pressures she is exposed to. "Standing by Syria is a must ... the unity of natural and political geography requires us to support Syria," the newspaper said in an article published on Sunday.
Hundreds of thousands of Syrian citizens took to the streets in Hama city on Wednesday to express support to President Bashar al-Assad's policy regarding the recent international and regional developments.
In a telephone call with his Algerian peer Abdul Aziz Butaflika, the French President Jacque Chirac reviewed issues on the agenda of the Arab summit.
The Iraqi minister of state for governorate affairs, Wael Abdul Latif, denied news which talked on Sunday evening about his kidnapping. News reports quoted Abdul Latif as saying that he is safe in his house in Baghdad, while the director of the minister's office for governorate's affairs denied officially that the latter was kidnapped.
The 'Women in Business International Forum 2005' will be opened in May in Damascus sponsored by the Syria 'MAWRED' society with the cooperation of the Syrian-British Society and the WAB international establishment, it was announced Sunday.