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Israel prevents the European peace convoy for Palestine
Some 140 international activists representing "The Convoy For The Sake of Palestine" started an open strike in al-Hajaj city in Jordan, near Alenbi bridge which links Jordan to the West Bank, demanding the Israeli authorities to permit them enter the occupied Palestinian territories.
Israel-European Union, Politics, 7/22/2005
Badran government wins confidence of Jordanian parliament
The Jordanian government chaired by Adnan badran won the confidence of the parliament, after five days of intensive discussions about its policies towards reforms and the issue of increasing fuel prices.
Jordan, Politics, 7/22/2005
Lebanese president for best relations with Syria
Lebanon's President Emile Lahoud yesterday underlined commitment to principles and stances Lebanese people had consensus on, on top of which is backing resistance and holding best ties with Syria.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 7/22/2005
Yemeni opposition protest acts of violence
Bajmal called in a televised speech for calm, criticizing the behavior of the demonstrators who did not make a distinction between the freedom of expression and destruction, adding that "they are real destroyers," vowing to challenge them.
Yemen, Politics, 7/22/2005
Syria accuses US forces of killing two Syrian security guards
Damascus said that its forces on the border with Iraq are often exposed to fire by the American army and the Iraqi forces, adding that this resulted in killing two of those guards at the hands of the American soldiers.
Syria-USA, Politics, 7/22/2005
Syria calls Lebanon to compensate harmed workers
Syria announced Thursday that she will demand the Lebanese government compensations for damage that inflected in Syrian workers in Lebanon recently.
Syria-Lebanon, Politics, 7/22/2005
Syria is backing the political process in Iraq: al-Muallem
Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister Walid al- Muallem said yesterday that Syria is boosting the political process in Iraq which she considers as her genuine interest because this would lead to implement UN Security Council resolution 1546 that calls to reschedule the pullout of multinational forces from there.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 7/22/2005
Rice to Sudan following tense beginning in al-Khartoum
The first visit by the US secretary of state to Sudan witnessed a tense start caused by the mistreatment of the Sudanese security to journalists and correspondents accompanying Condaleezza Rice during her meeting with the Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
Sudan-USA, Politics, 7/22/2005
US freezes assets of Saddam's relatives. Saddam again on TV screens
The US announced on Thursday it had frozen the assets of relatives for the toppled Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, accusing them of financing the Iraqi resistance.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 7/22/2005
Algerian envoy kidnapped in Baghdad, 15 Iraqis killed
the Muslim Scholars Commission said that the forces of the Iraqi ministry of the Interior detained Sheikh Ahmad Qasem al-Najjar, member of the commission and Imam and preacher of al-Haq mosque in al-Shaab quarters, east Baghdad. The commission said that the force broke into the house of the Sheikh and damaged its content.
Iraq-Algeria, Politics, 7/22/2005
13 Yemenis killed in renewed confrontations over fuel issue
Some 13 persons were killed and other 50 injured on Thursday in acts of violence taking place in several Yemeni cities since Wednesday between the security forces and protesters over the government's increase of fuel prices, thereby number of persons killed in the clashes increased to 38 within two days.
Yemen, Politics, 7/22/2005
Egypt urges Israel to halt seperation wall construction
Egypt has renewed calls to pressure Israel into halting the construction of the separation wall which veers into swathes of the West Bank and isolates thousands of Palestinians.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 7/22/2005
International airport in Suleimaneyah
The international airport of al-Suleimaneyah was inaugurated on Wednesday by receiving the first Iraqi plane of the Iraqi airlines coming from Amman, carrying an official delegation.
Iraq, Politics, 7/22/2005
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Al-Jazeera correspondent in Sanaa said that the Yemeni security forces detained one photographer and one driver working for al-Jazeera TV channel while covering protests and riots which overwhelm the Yemeni cities against the government's increase of oil byproducts prices.
The Moroccan authorities deprived the correspondent of al-Jazeera TV in al-Rabat Abdul Salaam Razzaq from his license credentials after the channel broadcast an interview with one Sahara activist in which he accused the authorities of kidnapping the Sahar activist Ali Salem al-Tamik.
The Iranian official news agency IRNA said yesterday that the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad will Saturday pay a visit to Tehran that lasts for two days.
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa stressed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's keenness for boosting and strengthening the Syrian-Lebanese relations during a recent meeting with him.
A Conference on Palestinian Refugees' Affairs on Thursday appealed to the UN and UN Security Council to press Israel to stop building the racial separation wall in the occupied Palestinian lands.
French Minister of Industry Francois Loos expressed Thursday his country's satisfaction over the positive developments that were introduced into the investment atmosphere in Egypt.
Japanese delegations are expected to visit Egypt soon to tour a number of sites where Japan seeks to set up projects in Egypt, said Egypt's Minister of International Cooperation Fayza Abul Naga.
Director General of Lattakia Port Company in Syria, Mohammad Malek Sheikh Yassin, said yesterday that the port productivity during the last decade has been steadily increased, expecting that the traffic in the port could reach to more than 6.5 millions ton this year.
A six-legged sheep constitutes a unique phenomena in Raqaa, in eastern Syria. It is six months old and in a good health, al-Baath daily reported yesterday.