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U-2 flies over Iraq, no incident results
This comes at time when the US is offering an olive branch to the Iraqis in the form of a better oil-for-food program
Iraq, Politics, 11/18/1997
Power struggle within Palestine as a result of Arafat's illness?
Palestinian spokesmen have ridiculed reports of Arafat's ailing health condition and blamed such reports to Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his media advisor in person, David Bar Ilan.
Palestine, Politics, 11/18/1997
MENA ends with The Doha Declaration
The Doha Declaration reaffirmed the participants' determination to uphold the agreements reached among the parties, in particular those agreements between the Israelis and the Palestinians underlining the great importance of the faithful implementation of those agreements "by all parties."
Regional, Politics, 11/18/1997
Tunisian president welcomes opposition participation with concrete action
Tunisian president, has decided to approve proposed changes to the section of the constitution that deals with election law, in order to secure the participation of the opposition
Tunisia, Politics, 11/18/1997
The failure of coordination between the 6 parties in Algeria
El Nahda party announced the failure to find common ground between the 6 parties.
Algeria, Politics, 11/18/1997
3 million mines in Sudan and 1.5 million victims
Sudan confirmed that landmines in the country number about 3 million, situated over large areas of the South, Southwest and East of the country.
Sudan, Military, 11/18/1997
Arab states focus on Islamic summit as opposed Doha
Jordan sources said that that King Hussein will participate in the Islamic summit accompanied by a delegation of his senior officials headed by Prime Minister Abdel Salam El Majali.
Regional, Politics, 11/18/1997
Libyan official: Law keeps Libya from handing suspects over
He added that the conference will discuss the project of the Arab Union that was presented by Moammar El-Razfy, the Libyan president, to the test Arab summit that was held at Hizan last June.
Libya, Politics, 11/18/1997
Kuwaiti foreign minister in Beirut
Boueiz said, after the meeting, "We would like to see the UN Security Council deal with Israel with the same commitment and enthusiasm it has displayed in its confrontation with Iraq."
Lebanon-Kuwait, Politics, 11/18/1997
Human rights group condemns security forces for torture
A statement issued by the Sudan Organization for Human Rights in Cairo said that Hassan Abdel Maguid was arrested for 4 days during which he was physically and psychologically tortured.
Sudan, Local, 11/18/1997
Secret report about Israeli Shin Bet
A report on the Yitzhak Rabin assassination revealed a dark side of Israel's domestic security service charged with protecting the prime minister.
Israel, Politics, 11/18/1997
Egyptian cabinet to privatize 16 navigation service companies
The Egyptian cabinet, headed by Dr. Kamal El Ganzouri, in its meeting on next Thursday will discuss widening the ownership base of about 16 companies.
Egypt, Business, 11/18/1997
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The trial of two Palestinians, two Germans and a Libyan in the 1986 bombing of a Berlin disco is underway, Fox News reported. The five are suspected of having acted under orders from Libyan intelligence, the report said.
The Comoran government called for preliminary talks over the breakaway island of Anjouan before talks sponsored by the Organization for African Unity, according to a CNN report.
Due to gains by the Lebanese resistance in the occupied territories in the South, Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu is threatening a massive military action--without the support of the US - the Daily Star reported.
Eleven Algerians and five Islamic militants have been killed in incidents over the past three days, Nando Times reported.
Israeli air forces launched several raids on Iqlim El-Tuffah and the western Bekaa, yesterday morning. Raids over Sujud and Birkat' Jabbour were reported. No injuries were declared. Also, Israeli warplanes flew over the area, reaching Naameh (16 kms from Beirut) in the morning and Sidon in the night.