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100,000 march in London against Blair's war
Well over 100,000 anti-war protesters from across Britain marched in London Saturday against three years of occupation in Iraq and the threats of a military attack on Iran.
Iraq-UK, Politics, 3/20/2006
Anti-war rally held at Syntagma Square in Athens
An anti-war rally was held on Saturday afternoon at Syntagma Square in Athens, Greece, that joined its voice with 200 other cities all over the world against war, on a day that marks the third anniversary of the outbreak of war in Iraq.
Iraq-Greece, Politics, 3/20/2006
Iraq greets fourth year of occupation with lost security, adjourned government
The war in Iraq enters its fourth year while there are still 1500 American and American soldiers participating in a military operation in Samara town north of Baghdad described by military men as the largest strike operation in Iraq since toppling the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Iraq, Politics, 3/20/2006
Syria: Women's group to provide assistance to female divorcees
A local NGO has launched a program aimed at finding shelter and jobs for ostracized divorced women in an effort to help them cope with the travails of single life.
Syria, Culture, 3/20/2006
On the new Palestinian government
Immediately after receiving the ministerial formation, the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced he will discuss it first to the central committee of the PLO in a meeting to be held within two days.
Palestine, Politics, 3/20/2006
Sinioura for political and economic reforms, relations with Syria
Sinioura commended the atmospheres of the dialogue in being "the first time in which the Lebanese are meeting alone without a monitor, a mediator or a godfather."
Syria-Lebanon, Politics, 3/20/2006
AP report: Lebanon president calls for early elections
An Associated Press report quoted Lebanon's president Emile Lahoud telling al-Jazeera satellite TV on Saturday that he would accept early parliamentary elections as a mean to decide his fate, and such a new parliament can select a new president, otherwise, he is intent on finishing his term of office.
Lebanon, Politics, 3/20/2006
Fatah to collect its weapons inside Lebanon's camps
The Palestinian movement Fatah in Lebanon has joined the Lebanese national inter-dialogue three days before the resumption of its third round. Fatah announced it will collect the weapons it owns in the camps in response to what was agreed upon by the leaders of the Lebanese parties and trends.
Lebanon-Palestine, Politics, 3/20/2006
Conditions of Syrian prisoners in Israeli jails discussed
The Committee for the Support of Syrian Prisoners in Israeli Jails on Sunday discussed the poor condition of 17 Syrian citizens of the Golan who are detained in Israeli prisons because of their insistence to the occupation and commitment to the motherland Syria.
Syria-Israel, Politics, 3/20/2006
Meirghani for Egyptian- Libyan forces in Darfur
Chairman of the Sudanese opposition National Democratic Alliance party Muhammad al-Meirghani called on Egypt and Libya to dispatch forces to Darfur after consultations with the Sudanese president Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
Sudan-Regional, Politics, 3/20/2006
On the Iran - US talks over Iraq, Talabani's support
An Iranian lawmaker yesterday warned of the possibility US-Iran talks on the subject of Iraq could be used by the US as a means of resolving its own problems.
Iraq-Iran-USA, Politics, 3/20/2006
Israel refuses dealing with Palestinian government
Earlier, the Israeli occupation forces prevented the movement of Hamas's parliamentarians from Gaza to the West Bank and vis-à-vis.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 3/20/2006
Syria's Aleppo begins stint as Islamic cultural capital
"We appeal to the world for dialogue, Christians and Muslims united to edify this culture," Agha said. "Muslims brought civilization to (Spain's) Andalusia. They protected the Jews and recognized and guaranteed everybody's right of expression."
Syria-Regional, Culture, 3/20/2006
Arab-Europe gas pipeline to boost economic, political ties
Egypt's Petroleum minister Sameh Fahmi said Saturday a gas pipeline linking Egypt, Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon with European gas network would strengthen economic and political ties between both sides.
Regional-European Union, Economics, 3/20/2006
London chamber of commerce and industry certificates launched in Syria
Launching the certificates in Syria enables the country get an idea on the latest international developments in advanced economic and trade work mechanism so the Syrian youth can compete with international companies, Dardari added.
Syria-UK, Economics, 3/20/2006
US government report on Morocco's human rights
Morocco, Politics, 3/20/2006
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WAFA reported that the Israeli occupation forces wounded today four Palestinians in the West Bank (WB) cities of Hebron and Nablus saying that in Hebron, the occupation forces "detained scores of the students in al-Shioukh town, north east the city, and opened fire towards them, wounding three of high school students and they taken to the hospital."
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak yesterday received a message from Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir relayed by Sudanese Defense Minister A. Mohamed Hussein on the Darfur issue ahead of the Arab summit to be held this month.
Foreign Minister Walid al-Muaallem on Sunday received a reply message from Lebanese Minister of Foreign and Emigrants Affairs Fawzi Salloukh thanking him on his invitation to visit Damascus.
Egypt will re-nominate Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa for a second term to end in 2011, Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul-Gheit announced yesterday after President Hosni Mubarak shared his wish for this with Arab leaders, who welcomed the choice.