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Mubarak & Abdullah underline Iraq's unity
"The Summit talks between President Hosni Mubarak and Saudi King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz took up the Egyptian efforts to resume peace talks between the Palestinian and Israel side," said Egypt's Presidential spokesman Suleiman Awwad, adding that President Mubarak will receive on Sunday Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.
Egypt-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 6/1/2006
Mubarak in Libya on desert summit
Libya's leader Muamar al-Qathafi said that "we are in favor of Egypt to remain always in the lead for Arabs and that its land belongs to all Arabs and we are in favor of Egypt's security, stability and progress."
Egypt-Libya, Politics, 6/1/2006
Iran's nuclear rights non-negotiable: FM
Iran's Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki today said that Iran will not hold talks on the nuclear issue in such a way that it had to give up its inalienable right
Iran-USA, Politics, 6/1/2006
Hariri, Fatah delegation discuss Palestinian weapons
Asked about the decision taken at the Lebanese national dialogue to remove the Palestinian arms outside the camps during a six months period, Zaki said "Our position is known in this regard. We are guests in Lebanon and under the sovereignty of the Lebanese law"
Palestine-Lebanon, Politics, 6/1/2006
UK soldiers killed in Iraq awaiting inquests
The British government pledged today that it would act after it was revealed that the families of more than 50 soldiers killed in Iraq are still waiting for inquests.
Iraq-UK, Politics, 6/1/2006
Haditha Iraqi civilian shooting report will be public
The US military said the Haditha incident, in which Iraqi unarmed civilians are alledged to have been shot by US military forces on Nov 18th of last year as an act of revenge, was being investigated.
Iraq-USA, Military, 6/1/2006
Israeli settlers attack Palestinians in Hebron
Palestinian Hana Abu Haikal pointed out that the repressive acts of the settlers are taking place in front of Israeli soldiers who remain motionless and provide them protection, adding it is an attempt to force families to flee.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/1/2006
Fateh Central Committee agrees on general referendum
He added the Committee agreed upon reactivating the PLO, revealing that there would be a meeting in the near future between Palestinian factions to discuss the issue of reactivation.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/1/2006
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The Washington Post reported that "Alarmed by an explosion of crime and violence in the vital southern city of Basra, the Iraqi prime minister visited local leaders there on Wednesday, declared a state of emergency and warned that he would respond to security threats 'with an iron hand.'"
Mogadishu, Somalia, is the only capital in the world where the UN does not have access for international humanitarian staff due to insecurity – this despite an estimated 250,000 internally displaced people (IDPs) living in the city. The current fighting in and around the area has displaced thousands of people, many of whom have fled to more stable regions of the country or crossed the border into Kenya.
Egypt's Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul-Gheit received a telephone call yesterday from his Iranian counterpart Manouchehr Mottaki on the June Organization of Islamic Conference FMs meeting, and arrangements for a foreign ministerial meeting of Iraq's neighboring countries plus Egypt.