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Al-Assad addresses nation on Syria's position at this important juncture
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad said: For Syria was able then to stand the storms blowing from every direction and which failed to achieve their objectives. That is why they think that these young people are the week point in any confrontation or any attempt to crack our national structure. I tell you, in all confidence, that your generation will prove to the enemies and the opponents that it is not less capable of standing fast and challenging than those who preceded them
Syria, Politics, 11/11/2005
Lebanese government regrets al-Assad's speech
The speech made by the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Thursday raised disappointment of the Lebanese government which expressed rejection of the criticism made by the Syrian President against Lebanon especially against the Prime minister Fouad Sinioura.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 11/11/2005
Syria cooperation with UN investigation has concern for national interest
The American accusation and the French threats to Syria, have come despite al-Assad's commitment in a speech before the students of Damascus university to collaborate with the UN investigation committee to the murder of al-Hariri, but the Syrian President stressed his country's cooperation with the UN investigation does not mean it will sacrifice its national interest in the context of this cooperation.
Syria-Lebanon-UN, Politics, 11/11/2005
Washington: al-Assad's speech appalling
The USA criticized the speech delivered by Syria's President Bahar al-Assad on Thursday, and accused Damascus of not collaborating with the UN investigation committee to the murder of the former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq al-Hariri.
Syria-USA, Politics, 11/11/2005
Amman explosions victims increase, vast detention campaign
The Jordanian security authorities launched a vast campaign of detention and arrested large number of suspects in the course of investigations to the explosions in three hotels in Amman.
Jordan, Politics, 11/11/2005
al-Qaida claims responsibility for Amman explosions
The al-Qaida organization in Iraq led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi justified its execution of Amman's explosions because Jordan has been converted into a launching pad for the "war against Islam."
Jordan-Iraq, Politics, 11/11/2005
Judicial activists demonstrate in Bahrain
Hundreds of Bahraini people demonstrated in the capital Manama on Thursday in protest for human rights violations and demanding jobs, finding solutions for housing, and receiving the Bahraini nationality. The demonstration was in response to the call by people's committees in the country.
Bahrain, Politics, 11/11/2005
Washington calls Tunisia for political reforms, enhance human rights
The USA has called on Tunisia to achieve political reforms and honor human rights. This call was made several days before the convening of the world summit on information due to open in the Tunisian capital.
Tunisia-USA, Politics, 11/11/2005
Al-Assad: Syria moving ahead with development plans
President Bashar al-Assad on Thursday said that "despite the difficult situations we live as citizens and we will go ahead with our development plans to improve living standards and continue the economic, political and administrative reform and fight corruption to include all that offend the people and the nation's interests."
Syria, Politics, 11/11/2005
Qathafi's son considers Bulgarian nurses in AIDS case innocent
Seif al-Islam al-Qathafi, the son of the Libyan leader Muammar al-Qathafi said on Thursday that he personally does not consider that the five Bulgarian nurses who were sentenced to death on charges of transferring the AIDS/HIV virus to hundreds of Libyan children as guilty.
Libya-Bulgaria, Politics, 11/11/2005
Rice in north Iraq calls for vast participation in elections
The US Secretary of state Condaleezza Rice arrived in Musil city in north Iraq on Friday in a visit which was not declared before for security reasons.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 11/11/2005
Many acts of violence in Iraq, three police men killed today
In the most recent acts of violence, three Iraqi police men were killed today and two others injured in an attack at an inspection point for the police in the downtown of Baqouba northeast of Baghdad. According to the police, the attack was launched by seven gunmen who were in a small bus. Four Georgian soldiers were injured on Thursday in the same city in a mine explosions.
Iraq, Military, 11/11/2005
Palestinian official convinced Arafat was poisoned
"On the first anniversary of the death of Arafat the agency quoted the Palestinian Dr Mustafa al-Barghawti as not ruling out that Arafat had been poisoned with a rare and mysterious material," JANA said.
Palestine-Libya, Politics, 11/11/2005
UN panel on Palestinian Rights marks 30th anniversary but sees failure of peace efforts
Marking the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, its lead officials yesterday said the occasion is not a cause for celebration but rather an opportunity to reflect on decades of failed efforts to resolve the question of Palestine.
Palestine-Israel-UN, Politics, 11/11/2005
Mrs. Mubarak urges to combat social marginalization
Egypt's first lady Suzanne Mubarak Thursday opened the preliminary conference on information society to prepare for the World Information Summit that Tunisia hosts in 16-18 this month.
Egypt, Education, 11/11/2005
Improved air and lower pollution
Air pollutant indicators during this year showed a remarkable improvement in pollution concentration levels as compared to last year.
Egypt, Environment, 11/11/2005
Asahi Shimbun: On Japan's withdrawal from Iraq next year
Concerning the foreign forces in Iraq, press sources in Japan said that Tokyo is studying puling out its forces from Iraq in the first half of 2006 and to complete the pullout by the fall of September of that year.
Iraq-Japan, Politics, 11/11/2005
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President Bashar al-Assad has sent on Thursday a message of solidarity with the Jordanian Kingdom in which he condemned the terrorist acts that took place in Amman last night.
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak on Thursday denounced the terror attacks on three hotels in Amman Wednesday night that killed dozens of people and wounded hundreds others.
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad said Thursday that he will not be the President who bows his head or his people to any pressures. "The era of mandates which had prevailed at the start of last century is over... the region is now in front of two alternatives... resistance or chaos," President Assad said in his address to people.
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad called yesterday evening President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt on results of Arab League Secretary General consultations in Damascus regarding the investigation into the assassination of former Lebanese premier Rafiq al-Hariri.
On directives of President Bashar al-Assad, Syria's Ambassador to Jordan Ali Hamoud on Thursday visited the Syrian cinema director Mostafa al-Aqqad in the hospital where he receives remedy. The ambassador extended, on behalf of President al-Assad, "sincerest condolences to Aqqad's family over demise of his daughter Reema in Amman blasts and wishing him quick recovery."
The great African freedom fighter Nelson Mandela arrived Thursday evening in Libya, and was wecomed by officials, JANA reported.
Egypt's Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif held a meeting Thursday with the Board of Directors of the Education Development Fund. The meeting discussed the Fund's role in establishing quality educational institutions.
The Egyptian government is currently implementing a plan aimed at freeing the Egyptian capital Cairo from government and administrative institutions in line with the plan designed to reduce administrative congestion in the capital, JANA quoted the Thursday alAkhbar newspaper issue.
A study carried out by Child Medicine and Language Disorders Section at Ain Shams University showed that goat and camel milk and corn bread regular intake helps in curing autism, a childhood disorder characterized by withdrawal, self-stimulation, cognitive deficits, and language disorders.