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Algerian army finds important Armed Islamic Group documents
Algerian Armed forces that managed to enter the mountain village of Al Marakishia, upon searching the caves used by armed Islamic militants found important documents and leaflets that bear the seal of the Armed Islamic Group.
Algeria, Military, 12/6/1997
New finds in the Euphrates archaeological sites
Jamous said that the finds at the site represent a revolution in the world of knowledge and history as some viewed them as the first attempt to document signs and symbols.
Syria, History, 12/6/1997
Four Gulf countries refuse to receive Tariq Aziz
Iraq was informed by four Gulf countries that they cannot receive Iraqi deputy prime minister Tariq Aziz as requested by Iraq.
Iraq, Politics, 12/6/1997
Mother of four: I am healthy and ready to donate my kidney
She took everybody by surprise. A little notice she published in the local newspaper of As-Sinnara in Nazareth some two weeks ago, shocked many people. Ranya Zughby had expressed her willingness to donate one of her kidneys for transplant.
Palestine, Local, 12/6/1997
Morocco slams Spain's decision to attach the two occupied cities to EU
Morocco had previously refused a plan to attach the two cities to the European Union. Morocco had also refused the Spanish domination over the two cities.
Morocco, Politics, 12/6/1997
King Hussein refutes Israeli allegations
King Hussein refuted Israeli officials' statements that Jordan is against the establishment of a Palestinian state, describing such statements as groundless
Jordan, Politics, 12/6/1997
Lybian - French problem to end?
At the request of France, the UN Security Council issued on January 21, 1992 resolution No. 721/92 which openly stated the French request for the Libyan authorities to cooperate with French authorities in the investigation of the UTA plane explosion.
Libya, Politics, 12/6/1997
Sudan welcomes Egyptian mediation to solve crisis in the South
Egypt has strategic interests in Sudan and that Sudan is sure that it will never allow the separation of the South because this has to do with the issues of water and security.
Sudan-Egypt, Politics, 12/6/1997
Egyptian opposition party refuses to meet John Garang
The Opposition Egyptian Labor Party refused to meet with the leader of the Sudanese Movement for the Liberation of Sudan, John Garang, and said it considers Garang's visit to Cairo as meaningless.
Sudan-Egypt, Politics, 12/6/1997
Geagea's trial in Karami case opens
Geagea has already received three death sentences since he was arrested in April 1994, but all were commuted to life imprisonment.
Lebanon, Judicial, 12/6/1997
Russian envoy offers to help forge prisoners deal
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Viktor Posuvalyuk on Friday said his country wished to help in negotiations to exchange the remains of an Israeli soldier killed in south Lebanon for Lebanese guerrillas imprisoned by Israel.
Lebanon, Politics, 12/6/1997
Agreement to form Islamic committee on Lockerbie crisis
The Arab Ambassadors had agreed on the Egyptian proposal to form an Islamic Committee and to hold a meeting of the Seven-member Committee during the Islamic summit in Tehran.
Regional, Politics, 12/6/1997
Art used in Moroccan psychological therapy
Work on the Art Complex, which is to be used for the treatment of the adolescents who suffer from psychological problems, has been finished.
Morocco, Health, 12/6/1997
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Israeli Infrastructure Minister Ariel Sharon called for revision agreements with Palestine, including two West Bank "security zones" and roads from Israeli settlements in Palestinian territory to Israel, CNN reported.
US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's separate meetings between and Palestinian President Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday and today have resulted in the scheduling a round of separate talks next week, Fox News reported.
The Emirates sent only a "symbolic" official presence to a Tehran meeting of Islamic foreign ministers which is proceeding the Organization for the Islamic Conference summit there, the Bahrain Tribune quoted Iran's IRNA news agency as saying.
Jordan's King Hussein sent a letter to Prime Minister Abdul Salam Majali indicating confidence in the Premier, who had been subject to speculation he would be replaced after last month's elections, Jordan Times reported.
Sudan's minister of justice Abdel Basset Sebdrat said in a press statement published in the Saudi port city of Jeddah that Khartoum understood Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's eagerness to maintain the territorial integrity of its southern neighbor, Al-Khartoum daily said.
Iraq has said it would stop exporting oil until a food distribution plan was approved under the oil-for-food plan, which was renewed by the UN this week, Detroit News reported.