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Lebanese national dialogue enters decisive phase
The Lebanese national reconciliation conference has entered a decisive phase in its second day by discussing differential issues concerning the resignation of the Lebanese President Emil Lahoud and the UN Security Council resolution 1559 which states dismantling the weapons of Hizbullah party and the Palestinian groups in Lebanon.
Lebanon, Politics, 3/4/2006
Lebanese dialogue conference held in positive atmospheres
In Thursday's session the participants in the Lebanese dialogue conference held consensus position on the international court to try persons convicted in the assassination of the former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq al-Hariri and on expanding the missions of the UN committee for the investigation to include other aggressions, and this added a positive atmosphere on that conference.
Lebanon, Politics, 3/4/2006
Al-Nour Radio: Lebanese national dialogue hailed
The national resistance will ever remain the strong strategic choice for Lebanon to deter threats and Israeli aggressions, Al-Nour Radio quoted Secretary General of Hizbullah as saying Friday.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 3/4/2006
Yemen releases hundreds of Houthi supporters
The Yemeni authorities on Friday released hundreds of the supporters of Sheikh Bader Eddine al-Houthi who is accused of leading an armed rebellion in Sadaah governorate north of Yemen after the killing of his son Hussein al-Houthi.
Yemen, Politics, 3/4/2006
Egyptian authorities detain seven Muslim Brothers members
The Egyptian authorities detained member of al-Irshad office of the Muslim Brothers groups Rashad Bayoumi and other six members of the banned group.
Egypt, Politics, 3/4/2006
Jordanian Muslim Brothers elect Fallahat as leader
The Muslim Brothers group in Jordan elected a new observer general (leader) who is Salam al-Fallahat seen as part of the center trend which dominates the group since several years.
Jordan, Politics, 3/4/2006
Iran proceeding with full nuclear enrichment rights
Larijani said "Suspension of research and development of uranium enrichment is unacceptable to Iran, given that we have gained the relevant expertise and the nation's determination to continue the process."
Iran-USA, Politics, 3/4/2006
Sudan rejects UN forces deployment in Darfur
The minister of state at the Sudanese foreign ministry al-Samani al-Wasila said that the government threatened to withdraw from the African Union if it agrees to transfer the mission of its forces in Darfur to the UN.
Sudan-UN, Politics, 3/4/2006
Spain pledges to boost Syria's reform process
"We appreciate Syria's significant role on the Arabic and Islamic levels and we are confident of Syria's important role under the leadership of President Bashar al-Assad in the region as well we do trust the continuity of the reform and construction process in Syria..Spain is ready to extend all aid and expertise in all fields to boost Syria in the reform process," Spain's premier said.
Syria-Spain, Politics, 3/4/2006
Pentagon says situation in Iraq can become critical
The commander of the American forces in Iraq Gen. George Casey said that the crisis of sectarian violence which recently intensified because of an attack on the shrines of the two al-Askari Imams in Samara in February had passed, but he refused to rule out the possibility of a civil war eruption.
Iraq-USA, Military, 3/4/2006
Jewish attack targeting Beshara church in al-Nasera
al-Beshara church in al-Nasera where Christ grew up is one of the most important holy shrine for Christians and also for Muslims. The church was built in the site where it was presumed that Virgin Mary saw the messenger of God who told her about the coming of Jesus Christ.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 3/4/2006
Syria, Denmark discuss means of handling cartoons crisis
Syria and Denmark have discussed means of handling the crisis resulting from caricatures that can be considered as depicting the Prophet Mohannad as a terrorist, which were first published by a Danish newspaper, the official SANA news agency reported on Friday.
Syria-Denmark, Politics, 3/4/2006
Pentagon forced to release names of Guantanamo detainees
The Associated Press, has forced the Pentagon, using lawsuit under the rights of the Freedom of Information Act, to release 317 "unredacted" records on detainees being held at the US facility in US Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Regional-USA, Politics, 3/4/2006
Refugees fleeing between Sudan and Chad
After reporting earlier in the week that refugees were fleeing violence in Chad into the equally troubled Darfur region of Sudan, the United Nations affirmed yesterday that some 100 to 125 Sudanese also continue to arrive at a camp in eastern Chad each day.
Sudan-Chad, Politics, 3/4/2006
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The Daily Star reported that Lebanon's national dialogue discussed Shabaa Farms, and there is consensus, but no final decision yet, on the Lebanese identity of the area, and on the need to convince the Lebanese president Emil Lahoud to resign in favor of a consensus condidate.
Former Lebanese Premier Najeeb Miqati said in a televised interview on Friday that what was mentioned in al-Taif Accord and established peace in Lebanon is still the proper framework for the Lebanese-Syrian relations.
Syria's Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem arrived in Cairo on Friday to take part in the 125th session of the Arab League Foreign Ministers Council scheduled to start tomorrow.