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Teheran warned Israel today against any attack
Teheran warned Israel today against any attack on Iran responding to a recent Israeli statement where an official said that Israel gives itself the right to launch strikes on so-called enemy states if they are developing long-rage missiles.
Israel-Iran, Military, 10/29/1997
Morocco won't attend Doha conference
Morocco's decision to boycott the conference is a clear response to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's anti-peace policy in the Middle East.
Morocco, Politics, 10/29/1997
Russian minister warns of major Israeli operation
A vast military operation against the Hizbullah positions in Lebanon is being prepared, Russian Foreign Minister Yevgeny Primakov warned Jordanian officials yesterday.
Lebanon, Military, 10/29/1997
Second explosion in less than 24 hours
The second explosion in less than 24 hours in Beirut burst in the newly inaugurated Charles Helou public transport station, last night. No human losses were reported.
Lebanon, Local, 10/29/1997
PNA disappointed at US reluctance to pressure Israel
Israeli sources said that US President Bill Clinton is now ready to meet with Netanyahu and that this summit is expected to take place in two weeks in California.
Palestine, Politics, 10/29/1997
Kidnapped Egyptians are expected in Egypt today
The Turkish government informed Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa that the act of the captain of the Turkish oil tankers is an individual act and it confirmed that all the Egyptians on board the ship are in good health.
Egypt, Politics, 10/29/1997
Morocco and France sign a number of agreements
During the visit of French Minister of Economy and Finance Dominique Strauss-Kahn to Morocco, he signed an agreement with his Moroccan counterpart Idris Gato through which the Moroccan debts to France worth 600 million francs were settled.
Morocco, Economics, 10/29/1997
Shuhada street open for Palestinian vehicles
The street was scheduled to have been opened some three months ago already, but renovation work was delayed due to continued attacks by settlers on Palestinians and foreign workers involved in the construction works there.
Palestine, Local, 10/29/1997
Qatar's immigration authorities issue new restrictions
Qatar's immigration authorities have issued new instructions barring any nationals from ten countries, mostly Arab states, from entering the country whether on a visit, employment or business-basis.
Qatar, Politics, 10/29/1997
Iraqis discuss UN travel ban threat
While the resolution, drafted by the United States and Britain, was adopted by 10 votes to zero, five counties abstained, including permanent Security Council members China, French and Russia.
Iraq, Politics, 10/29/1997
Biggest airlines stops flights to Morocco
Liberty stated that it will stop its flights to Morocco and will close its branches in Casablanca to protest being denied the permission to increase its number of flights to Casablanca.
Morocco, Business, 10/29/1997
Abdel Meguid Will Receive the Russian Foreign Minister
Abdel Meguid will brief the Russian official on the complete file of the Israeli violations of the Oslo Agreement and the other international resolutions.
Regional, Politics, 10/29/1997
Al Fateh Revolution will end poverty in Libya
Libya implemented the biggest water project in the world, The Great River, which will irrigate millions of hectares to turn them into arable lands producing food and creating job opportunities for Libyan citizens.
Libya, Politics, 10/29/1997
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South African President Nelson Mandela returned to Libya Wednesday where he presented Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi with the highest South African award that can be given to a foreigner, according to a Fox News report. Mandela's first visit to Libya on his current trip last week irked the US, although Mandela traveled to Tripoli by land in observance of the UN ban on flight.
US citizens and aircraft will not be allowed among UN forces in Iraq, Fox News reported. The Iraqi government made this announcement in response to US warnings that Iraq should not interfere with UN weapons inspectors.
Two Islamist-leaning opposition parties, the Movement for a Peaceful Society and the Socialist Forces Front have called for protests tomorrow to oppose alleged election fraud in Algeria, the Nando Times reported.
Yemeni security forces arrested 23 individuals in connection with bombings that took place in Aden on Monday, CNN reported.
Peace talks were to begin in Kenya today between Sudan's National Islamic Front government and the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army, according to a London Times report.
After seven years stoppage since 1990, the Kuwait Airways corporation will be back to landing at the International Airport of Tunisia. The plane is to be an airbus 310, and it will be operating one flight weekly to Tunisia.
The British Embassy in Cairo gave access to film director Al Quadri, director of the new movie "Gamal Abdl-Nasser" to continue filming his movie inside the Ambassador's office. The director, however, failed to obtain the consent of the late president's family to film some shots in the house which Nassers lived, Rosel-Yousef weekly said today.
Yemen's President Ali Abdoulla Saleh arrived in Cairo last night on two-day visit for talks with President Hosni Mubarak. Discussions between the two leaders address expansion of bilateral ties and the stalemated peace-making in the Middle East.