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Arab states should pursue nuclear development
Regarding the issue of Iran's nuclear development and its rights to have full access to Uranium enrichment cycle, the Arab states have not been a supporter of Iran on this issue, and their statements at best shows reluctance on their part to have a strong Iran, which is said to be viewed by some suspicion by some in the Arab states.
Regional, Analysis, 4/19/2006
Chirac asked to speak about Egyptian opposition leader Ayman Nour
The leader of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE), Graham Watson, in the European Parliament called today on French President Jacques Chirac to raise the case of Egyptian opposition leader Ayman Nour during his meeting with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Cairo later Wednesday.
Egypt-France, Politics, 4/19/2006
Chirac: Egypt plays leading role in ME stability
An Egyptian-French summit opens this afternoon between President Hosni Mubarak and French President Jacques Chirac who will arrive in Cairo today at the head of a high level delegation of French businessmen and men of culture on a two-day visit to Egypt.
Egypt-France, Politics, 4/19/2006
Bush gives support to Siniora
US President George W. Bush said Lebanon, as a religiously diverse country emerging from conflict, "can serve as a great example for what is possible" to other countries in the Middle East.
Lebanon-USA, Politics, 4/19/2006
Iran consults with Russia on nuclear issue
Iran's Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki today said that he held telephone conversation with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov on the current stage of Iranian nuclear program.
Iran-Russia, Politics, 4/19/2006
US senators call for direct talks with Iran
Commenting about the call by leading US Senators Senator Christopher Dodd and Richard Lugar for direct talks by the US with Iran, US State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said yesterday "we have great respect for Senators Lugar and Senator Dodd. I can only say what we're doing right now, and that is we're working the diplomatic process, we're working the P-5+1, working through the G-7, G-8 and working through the Security Council as well as the IAEA Board of Governors."
Iran-USA, Politics, 4/19/2006
Time to plan for US withdrawal from Iraq, says Brzezinski
Former US president Jimmy Carter's national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski said today in the Financial Times that it was time to plan for an American withdrawal from Iraq.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 4/19/2006
US - Iran talks after Iraqi government formation
Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said yesterday that he will take part in upcoming talks between Iran and the United States tentatively scheduled to be held after the formation of a new Iraqi government.
Iraq-Iran-USA, Politics, 4/19/2006
Pressing for national unity government in Iraq, UN envoy meets top Shiite cleric
Continuing his efforts to tamp down rising sectarian violence, the top United Nations envoy in Iraq today discussed the need to form a government of national unity as soon as possible with the war-torn country's leading Shiite Muslim cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali Al-Sistani.
Iraq-UN, Politics, 4/19/2006
British Euro-MP condemns Israel's apartheid policies
"We should be honest. These are the racist policies of apartheid, yet Israel continues to pose as a victim," Liberal Democrat MEP for northwest England Chris Davies said.
Palestine-Israel-UK, Politics, 4/19/2006
Palestinian official calls for campaign against Israeli regime
Abu Shahin "The Palestinian people expect the Palestinian Authority (PA) to condemn Israel's terrorist moves rather than criticizing the resistance trend.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 4/19/2006
Mubarak: not differentiation between Muslims and Christians
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak said that the people of Egypt do not differentiate between Muslims and Christians and that is capable of compromising Egypt's national unity.
Egypt, Politics, 4/19/2006
Camel milk can be a source of income
Developing camel dairy products such as milk can not only provide more food to people in arid and semi-arid areas (such as Mauritania) but also give nomadic herders a rich source of income
Regional, Economics, 4/19/2006
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Israeli occupation forces arrested today nine Palestinians, including five women, in the West Bank, cities of Nablus and Tulkarem, witnesses said and security sources said.
A draft resolution prepared by Iran for the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) to give immediate assistance to the Palestinian government has been put in the agenda of the organization's upcoming foreign ministerial meeting.
"Egyptian crude oil reserves had increased to 15.5 billion barrels, compared to 3.8 bn in the past," said Petroleum Minister Sameh Fahmi yesterday.