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UN Security Council calls Syria to detain suspects in Hariri murder
The United Nation Security Council unanimously called on Syria to detain Syrian suspects identified by the independent UN probe into the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri, and to clarify all unresolved issues, threatening "further action" in the case of non-compliance.
Syria-Lebanon-UN, Politics, 11/1/2005
Syrian FM addresses UN Security Council on Hariri assassination report
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouk al-Sharaa delivered Syria's speech at the UN. Security Council in which he presented Syria's position toward the proposed issue at the council.
Syria-UN, Politics, 11/1/2005
Al-Assad sends messages to UAE and Kuwaiti counterparts
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad has sent a verbal message to President of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed al-Nahyan on latest developments in the region and current deliberations in the UN Security Council regarding the Hariri assassination report.
Syria-Gulf, Politics, 11/1/2005
Hamadi Jebali ends hunger strike after five weeks
Tunisia, Politics, 11/1/2005
Moroccan weekly ordered to pay massive libel damages
The sentence of 900,000 dirhams (82,300 euros) in damages and a
Morocco, Politics, 11/1/2005
Iraqi political blocs start announcing candidates
In line of the security situation in Iraq which has been deteriorated drastically, the Iraqi political entities and blocs continued preperations to launch the general elections due on December 15.
Iraq, Politics, 11/1/2005
12 Yemeni police killed in ambush by Houthi followers
A Yemeni tribal source said on Monday that 12 men of the Yemeni security forces including many officers were killed on Saturday in an ambush implanted by the Houthi followers, of al-Zeidi minority sect, in Menya town in Sadah governorate ( northewest of Yemen).
Yemen, Politics, 11/1/2005
Sudan oil committee formed on oil sharing policy
The Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir formed a committee with the mission of drawing the country's oil policy and dividing its shares equally with the southern regions.
Sudan, Politics, 11/1/2005
Iraqis must bridge sectarian divide, Khalilzad says
Khalilzad said some of Iraq's key parties are purely from one sect, "and that's not a good thing.
Iraq-Afghanistan, Politics, 11/1/2005
On Poland, Italy troop withdrawal from Iraq
The acceleration of developments in Iraq dropped its shadows on the future of the foreign forces deployed there.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 11/1/2005
Scores killed, injured in Basra explosion, seven Americans killed
Some 20 Iraqis were killed and other 45 injured in a booby trapped car explosion in Basra city in south Iraq on Monday evening.
Iraq, Military, 11/1/2005
Young Saharan killed in confrontations in al-Oyoun city
News reports said that confrontations took place on Sunday between Sahara local citizens and the Moroccan forces in al-Oyoun city, and resulted in killing one young Sahara man from the city called Hamdi al-Mubaraki.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 11/1/2005
Israeli forces prevent population of Tulkaram and Jenin from entry into Nables
The official Libyan news agency reported that the Israeli forces prevented the population of Tulkarm and Jenin from entering into the city of Nables in the West Bank.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 11/1/2005
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Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak said that the parliamentary polls, scheduled to start on November 9, complement the drive for constitutional and legislative reform.
Syria's Foreign Minister Farouq al-Sharaa underlined on Monday Syria's readiness to cooperate with the international investigating committee on assassination of former Lebanese Premier, Rafiq Hariri.
In a new development which wins more importance, the Arab League announced intention to dispatch a delegation led by Ahmad Bin hali, the Arab League Assistant secretary general to Baghdad in order to prepare for the Iraqi national reconciliation conference. Bin Hali will hold consultations with several Iraqi official or non- official forces in order to prepare for the conference.