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Miqati government wins confidence of Lebanese parliament
The government of the Lebanese prime minister Najib Miqati has won the confidence of the Lebanese parliament at a great majority.
Lebanon, Politics, 4/28/2005
Jaafari presents government to parliament
Iraq, Politics, 4/28/2005
Morocco, UAE call on private sector to boost bilateral trade
Visiting King Mohammed VI of Morocco and his host President of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, have called on both states' private sector to step up efforts to boosting trade and economic cooperation.
United Arab Emirates-Morocco, Politics, 4/28/2005
Mubarak-Putin summit deals with peace process, economic and military cooperation
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak held an important session of talks with visiting Russian President Vladimir Putin last night at Abdine Palace dealing with the developments in the Middle East, the joint Egyptian Russian cooperation for pushing forward the Middle East peace process and ways of shoring up stability in the region.
Egypt-Russia, Politics, 4/28/2005
Over 200 charities to be audited in Morocco in 2005, Minister
250 state-subsidized charities will be audited in Morocco in 2005 part of a campaign that will include around 250 other charities in 2006, announced, in Bouznika (South of Rabat) Tuesday, Moroccan minister of Social Development, Family and Solidarity, Abderrahim Harouchi.
Morocco, Politics, 4/28/2005
Iraqi woman parliamentarian assassinated
The Iraqi police said that gunmen killed member of the Iraqi parliament, Lamia Abd Khadawi, in front of her house in al-Bonouk ( banks) quarters in Baghdad yesterday.
Iraq, Military, 4/28/2005
Reconciliation commission 'courageous and daring step' to step up democracy, French Senators
French senators said the Moroccan decision to deal with past human rights violations is "a courageous and daring step" towards reconciliation and making up for past prejudices and democracy consolidation.
Morocco-France, Politics, 4/28/2005
Kefaya ( enough) organizes new demonstration against extension for Mubarak
The Egyptian opposition movement Kefaya is intending to organize new demonstrations today in 14 Egyptian governorates during which it will advocate against extension of terms of office for President Hosni Mubarak or for inheriting his son Jamal the authority.
Egypt, Politics, 4/28/2005
Continued acts of detention in Mauritania
The police in Mauritania continued acts of detentions which targeted almost 18 members of the Islamic trend, in addition to several unidentified persons, according to sources close to the Islamists.
Mauritania, Politics, 4/28/2005
Mauritania justifies detaining Islamists over their alliance with al-Qaida
The government of Mauritania justified a new campaign of arrests in the lines of Islamists opposition members for maintaining alliance with "al-Salafeyah group for the call and fighting" in Algeria, which is close to al-Qaida organization.
Mauritania, Politics, 4/28/2005
Putin calls to back Syria and president Al-Assad's stances
Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Wednesday to "boost Syria's position as well President Bashar al-Assad who kept his promises to withdraw the Syrian Arab forces working in Lebanon back to Syria."
Regional-Russia, Politics, 4/28/2005
Lebanese FM: Shabaa is Lebanese land
Lebanese Foreign Minister Mahmoud Hammoud on Wednesday said that the occupied Shabaa Farms are Lebanese territories, and the United Nations should reconsider this matter.
Lebanon-UN, Politics, 4/28/2005
Jordanian fears over the Israeli Dimona nuclear reactor
The Jordanian expert indicated that Israel dumped and is dumping its nuclear waste in occupied Palestine, in the Palestinian territories, the Negev, in Syria in the Golan heights and in Lebanon on the coasts and the south.
Regional-Israel, Environment, 4/28/2005
Over half a million children work in Morocco
Some 600,000 children work in Morocco, which represents 11% of the Kingdom's 5.5 million children, according to a joint study carried out recently by the Moroccan Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training, the International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour (Ipec) and the World Bank.
Morocco, Culture, 4/28/2005
Romanian hostages in Iraq weigh on troop withdrawal
The Romanian presidency asked the kidnappers of the three Romanian journalists in Iraq to extend the period they set to carry out their threats to execute them in case it does not withdraw its forces from Iraq. This period expired on Wednesday evening.
Iraq-Romania, Politics, 4/28/2005
Public hearings points out 'Polisario' human rights violations
Several human rights NGOs of the Moroccan Southern towns of Laayoune and Boujdour held, in Laayoune on Tuesday, public hearings on human rights violations perpetrated by "Polisario" in the camps and prisons of Tindouf, South-West Algeria.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 4/28/2005
Iranian newspaper warns against Israeli nuclear arsenal
Iran-Israel, Politics, 4/28/2005
Morocco, Mexico resolved to boost cultural cooperation
Morocco and Mexico have voiced resolve to back projects able to reinforce bilateral cooperation in the field of culture.
Morocco-Mexico, Politics, 4/28/2005
Egypt to be major gas exporter by 2006
Egypt, Economics, 4/28/2005
Saudi Arabia accuses gunmen and terrorists of being drug addicts
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 4/28/2005
Spanish party fails to pass motion condemning Morocco
The Spanish Popular Party (PP) failed in its move to have the Senate vote for a motion condemning Morocco regarding Spanish prisoners serving sentences in the North African country.
Morocco-Spain, Politics, 4/28/2005
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Syria and Turkey has agreed to open a new border pass between the two countries in AkcaKale at the Turkish southeastern city of Sanliurfa, General Director of Turkish Customs Sezai Ucarmak said Wednesday.
Sudanese Minister of Energy and Mining Awad Al-Jaz expressed to MENA hope Tuesday in activating Cooperation between Sudan and Egypt in oil and mining domains.
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad received on Wednesday members of the Political bureau of the National Period (Ahd) Party headed by Ghassan Abdul Aziz Othman.
The son of the late Lebanese prime minister Rafiq al-Hariri met with the former US President Bill Clinton in Dallas, Texas during which Clinton offered to Saad al-Hariri his condolences on the demise of his father.
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is in a good health condition and his morale is high, according to the chairman of the defendant team for Saddam, Ziad al-Khasawenah on Wednesday after he had a meeting with one member of the team. He added from his center in Jordan that the former president celebrates today, Thursday, his 70th birth anniversary.