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Two women win elections in Jeddah chamber of commerce
Two Saudi Arabian business women on Wednesday won the membership of the chamber of commerce- industry in Jeddah, in the first event of its kind in the history of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 12/1/2005
Mehlis plays down Husam's testimony, Beirut arrests his fiance
The chairman of the UN investigation committee in the murder of former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq al-Hariri Detlev Mehlis played down the value of the Syrian witness Husam Taher Husam, adding that he is not "essential witness in this case."
Syria-Lebanon-UN, Politics, 12/1/2005
Mehlis on the interrogation of the five Syrian officials
Regarding the five Syrian officials who have been interrogated in Vienna, the chairman of the UN investigation committee into Rafiq al-Hariri murder, Detlev Mehlis, said he will not take part personally in the interrogation of the five Syrian officials. Mehlis explained in a press conference in Beirut that an expert team from his committee headed for Vienna for this objective.
Syria-Lebanon-UN, Politics, 12/1/2005
Yemen denies clashes with the followers of al-Houthi in Sadah
The security director in Sadah governorate in Yemen Maj. Gen. Muhammad Saleh denied the occurrence of clashes between the security forces and supporters of Bader Eddine al-Houthi on Wednesday, noting that several persons among those who were involved in the clashes of the two past days were arrested.
Yemen, Politics, 12/1/2005
Muslim Scholars denounces accusations against Syria
Senior Iraqi Clergyman strongly distant themselves Wednesday from the accusations by Iraqi politicians against Syria.
Iraq-Syria, Politics, 12/1/2005
Syria is an obstacle in the face of plots, Russian official
Member of the Security Committee at the Russian Duma Council, General Nicola Lyonov, said that political analysts, who have observed the latest events regarding Syria, see that Syria permanently constitutes the main obstacle in the face of foreign plots.
Syria-Russia, Politics, 12/1/2005
Bush to stay in Iraq, links withdrawal to security
He defined victory as the time when Iraqi security forces can provide for the safety of their own citizens against terrorists and insurgents who threaten its path to democracy.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 12/1/2005
Sharaa Letter to UN on Palestinian issue
Sharaa pointed out that more than 40 resolutions were issued by the UN Security Council and more than 600 resolutions by the UN General Assembly calling Israel to withdraw from the occupied Arab territories, but Israel does not abide by any of them.
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 12/1/2005
US condemns Iran's foreign, domestic policies
US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Nicholas Burns strongly condemned the Iranian government for what he described as Iran's defiant pursuit of nuclear capabilities, support for terrorism, and human-rights violations, and urged the international community to reassess its strategies for dealing with the Iranian regime.
Iran-USA, Politics, 12/1/2005
UNICEF joins Egyptian university to boost child protection in Islamic world
With a disproportionate number of the 600 million children in the Islamic world facing huge challenges, from poverty and disease to lack of education and protection, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has teamed up with Egypt's prestigious Al-Azhar University to produce a manual to improve child development.
Regional-UN, Culture, 12/1/2005
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Egyptian Ambassador in Beirut Hussein Dirar stressed that Lebanon's security is Syria's and Egypt's as well as the Arab nation security.
Former Lebanese Prime Minister Rashid al-Solh said Syria and Lebanon are two "Arab sisterly countries" and "we do not accept any wrongdoing that could harm existing relations between them."
US Department Of State said yesterday in response to a question about news of Egyptian government arrests of Muslim Brothers during the elections "we think it's important that all Egyptians have the ability to express their will about Egypt's future direction and their -- as well as the future direction of their political system through the ballot box. We think that that's an important right and that the Egyptian Government has a responsibility to provide an atmosphere for its people in which they can feel as though they have -- they are not encumbered, they are not barred from or under the threat of violence or coercion, in exercising that basic political right."