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US trying to contain growing policy rift with Egypt
Mubarak said that the US pressure on Egypt through accusing it of being involved in the disappearance of the Libyan dissident Al Kekhia and of being responsible for obstructing reaching an agreement between the Israeli and the Palestinian sides are due to Egypt's stances toward the Israeli intransigence and the case of convicted Israeli spy Azam Azam.
Egypt, Analysis, 10/18/1997
Israel raids Palestinian base near Beirut, injures civilian in South
A truck driver was wounded in south Lebanon when a shell
fired from the Israeli-occupied sector struck near the front-line town of Mashghara in the southern Bekaa Valley.
Lebanon, Military, 10/18/1997
The military relations between Algeria and France
France will never forget its tragic history, its defeat in Algeria and its dream of creating a French Algeria, while Algeria will not forget the malicious history of French colonization and the deep injuries it caused in Algerian awareness.
Algeria, Analysis, 10/18/1997
PNA has yet to decide on Qatar parley
Palestinian sources expressed worry that the Doha economic conference might serve a springboard for Israeli attempts to penetrate the Arab boycott of the Israel. The sources said the conference might serve an appropriate venue for Israel to renew economic ties and forge new trade relations with countries that have so far kept a distance.
Palestine, Economics, 10/18/1997
UN delegation ends visit to Morocco
Refugee committee members who accompanied the UN delegation had long discussions with the Menoroso delegation in the area of Al Oyoon and visited some other areas in addition to the headquarters of the Polisario in Tendouf.
Morocco-West Sahara, Politics, 10/18/1997
Amnesty International criticizes human rights violations in Lebanon
A 38-page report by the London-based international human rights organization said the government was carrying out arbitrary political arrests, torture and ill-treatment of suspects in Lebanon and named three detainees who allegedly died under torture in 1994.
Lebanon, Politics, 10/18/1997
Egypt's views unchanged on MENA despite US statement
The official spokesman of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry stated that what was said by a US official regarding Egypt's agreement to participate in the Middle East-North Africa Conference which is due to be held in Qatar next month is baseless and untrue.
Egypt, Politics, 10/18/1997
Lebanese government hits back at Amnesty report of abuses
"The report's content is the imagination of some Lebanese who are in contact with this organization, giving it false information that is adopted without checking its accuracy," Interior Minister Michel Murr told reporters.
Lebanon, Politics, 10/18/1997
Electricity workers suspend strike
The strike, during which workers left damages to the power grid unrepaired and halted collection of bills, began Tuesday after the state company, Electricite du Liban, failed to meet workers' demands for higher wages and improved conditions.
Lebanon, Business, 10/18/1997
Sudanese students appeal to international community
A statement issued by the students called for the freedom of prisoners and detainees. The statement also called for the abandonment of terror and violence against students, inside and outside campuses, and the election of student unions.
Sudan, Politics, 10/18/1997
Yemeni-Egyptian cooperation to track down Egyptian terrorists in Yemen
The Egyptian Ambassador in Yemen said that a high ranking delegation from the Yemeni Interior Ministry will visit Egypt at the end of this month to discuss the implementation of security agreements signed by the two countries.
Yemen-Egypt, Politics, 10/18/1997
Baghdad between the hammer of Turkey and the hatchet of Iran
A spokesman of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry said the continuation of the air embargo on Iraq is a threat to the sovereignty of Iraq.
Iraq, Politics, 10/18/1997
Human rights groups call for action on Algeria
Four leading human rights organizationa called on the world to stop turning a blind eye to the crisis in Algeria where more than 60,000 people have died in almost six years of violence.
Algeria, Politics, 10/18/1997
Kuwait condemns violence and terrorism in Algeria
More than 70 Islamic Scholars and Judges called on all the Islamic writers, intellectuals, and movements to fight the monster of violence which has nothing to do with Islam. They stressed the need for an increased Islamic awareness to protect the religious renaissance which is being experienced by the Islamic world at the present time.
Algeria, Religion, 10/18/1997
Meetings of the Arab Businessmen and Investors Conference start today
The two-day conference will discuss the implications of economic exchanges on the Arab countries in addition to studying the successful economic experiences of some of the Arab countries: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Tunisia, Morocco, and Jordan.
Regional, Economics, 10/18/1997
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