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Sudan court frees 8 Turabi party members
A Sudanese court found not guilty 8 out of 18 members of the opposition People's Congress party who were recently arrested by the authorities for possible involvement in plans violating general security.
Sudan, Politics, 3/14/2006
Lebanese leaders to announce national dialog results
The speaker of the Lebanese parliament Nabih Berri promised to brief the Lebanese today with matters he described as important.
Lebanon, Politics, 3/14/2006
Saudi Arabia: Islamic activist al-Awaji arrested
Men of religion close to the Saudi Arabian advocate Mohsin al-Awaji announced on Monday that the Saudi authorities detained the prominent religious advocate.
Saudi Arabia, Politics, 3/14/2006
Saddam's vice president says he was tortured
The toppled Iraqi vice president Taha Yassin Ramadan stressed that he was greatly tortured after his detention by the American forces in 2003 for more than three weeks.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 3/14/2006
Two women in Yemeni presidential elections
The Yemeni Islamic writer and activist Rashida al-Qabali announced her nomination for the presidential elections in Yemen in September this year, while the main opposition parties have not yet decided on the nomination of its candidate.
Yemen, Politics, 3/14/2006
Syria moves closer to first stock market
The nomination of the members of the Syrian Securities and Exchange Commission is bringing closer the setup of the Damascus stock exchange.
Syria, Economics, 3/14/2006
Ahmadinejad: Iran enemies will not stop us from nuclear energy rights
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said today that peaceful nuclear energy is the inalienable right of Iranian nation and the people will not keep silent in the face of foreign ploys.
Iran-Regional, Politics, 3/14/2006
Iraq is most dangerous country for journalists
Condemning the recent murder of three Iraqi journalists, the top United Nations envoy in Iraq warned today that freedom of the press was an absolute prerequisite for democracy in a country that has become the most dangerous place in the world for journalists.
Iraq-UN, Politics, 3/14/2006
Iran and the explosives in Iraq
The US President George W. Bush accused Iran of being involved in the attacks which use explosives which inflect heavy losses on the American forces in Iraq.
Iraq-Iran-USA, Politics, 3/14/2006
UK to reduce forces in Iraq in May
Britain has decided to reduce its forces in Iraq at 10%, but this does not mean handing over security responsibilities to the Iraqi security forces.
Iraq-UK, Politics, 3/14/2006
Palestinians ask Red Cross help from Israel's attack on Jericho Prison
Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei called Tuesday on the international community and the USA to hold responsibility and hastily intervene to avoid the disaster of endangering Ahmed Saadat's life
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 3/14/2006
Israeli warplanes violate the Lebanese atmospheres
The Israeli warplanes on Monday violated the Lebanese airspace in the south on the wake of Israel's announcement of the state of alert in the lines of its soldiers along the borders with Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 3/14/2006
NY Times: Iran influence in Lebanon grows as Syria lessens
A New York Times report said Iran's influence in Lebanon is growing greatly, with Iran trying to "win" the influence, not "force it", by helping many organization from the Sunni, Shiite and Christian sects.
Lebanon-Iran, Politics, 3/14/2006
Iran to revise oil policy if required
Iran's Oil Minister Kazem Vaziri-Hamaneh said today that Iran will revise oil contracts it has entered into with other states if called for by the exigencies.
Iran-Regional, Economics, 3/14/2006
US government report on Jordan's human rights
Jordan, Politics, 3/14/2006
Dubai's stocks lowest in 11 months
The UNited Arab Emirates Dubai stock market reached on Monday the lowest level in 11 months.
United Arab Emirates, Economics, 3/14/2006
Jazeera Airways to fly to Aleppo
The airline also announced that it has increased its Beirut flights from seven per week to 11 per week. The new evening flights will compliment Jazeera Airways daily morning flights to the city.
Syria-Kuwait, Business, 3/14/2006
Turkish investments in Syria exceed $ 800 millions
Commercial Attach at the Turkish Embassy in Damascus Taifon Celec on Monday said his country's investments in Syria have exceeded $ 800 millions, expecting the industrial investments to grow in the country in the near future.
Syria-Turkey, Economics, 3/14/2006
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The Algerian authorities released Abdul Haq al-Ayeydah, one of the leaders of the banned armed Islamic group after he had spent 13 years in prison. This step came in the framework of the national reconciliation series launched by the Algerian presidency.
Egypt's Shura Council's Parties Affairs Committee yesterday announced approval to the establishment of a new political party under the name of the "Conservative Party."
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak is to receive on Saturday Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas for discussion over Mubarak's European tour results and the formation of the coming Hamas-led Palestinian government.