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Aziz optimistic about resolving UN inspection problem
After meeting with UN chief weapons inspector Richard Butler, Iraq's deputy PM Tariq Aziz announced that progress had been made in agreeing on a "new method" of evaluating sites
Iraq, International, 12/17/1997
Yemen carrying out new security plan in January
The Yemeni Minister of Interior refuted what has been said by an organization calling itself the Yemeni Jihad Movement, after the movement threatened to answer violently if fundamentalists the Yemeni authorities arrested are not released.
Yemen, Local, 12/17/1997
IMF study: The economies of the Middle East
The International Monetary Fund estimated that the Middle East will achieve a growth rate of 4% and that the rate of individual incomes in comparison to the national net product will also increase for the second consecutive year.
Regional, Economics, 12/17/1997
Security forces thwart revival of terrorists' activities
The security forces arrested 10 leaders of the organization in the city of Tanta the capital of the Gharbia province.
Egypt, Local, 12/17/1997
A woman's Identity torn between two places
Last year, Maha's father died in Britain and she had to fly to London leaving her five-month-old infant back at home with relatives "because I could not prove she was my daughter
Palestine-Israel, Local, 12/17/1997
Tunisian MPs request revoking citizenship of some journalists
Parliament members from the ruling Democratic Constitutional Tagamoua strongly attacked those who defame Tunisia in the foreign media and called for revoking their Tunisian citizenship.
Tunisia, Politics, 12/17/1997
U.S. envoy Indyk in Beirut
The U.S. envoy said achieving a breakthrough in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations was a prerequisite for advancement on all other tracks.
Lebanon, Politics, 12/17/1997
Iran for consolidating relations with Gulf states
Iran is pressing her weight to bolster relations with Saudi Arabia as "one of Iran's national policy principles," calling upon the US to change its policy toward Iran, noting that dialogue with the US is still far off.
Gulf Region-Iran, Politics, 12/17/1997
The Mass-destruction Weapons Disarmament Committee in the Arab League Holds its Meetings In Cairo
this treaty is the first Arab proposal which includes all types of weapons of mass destruction -- nuclear, chemical, and biological -- in the region
Regional, Military, 12/17/1997
Committee to follow up on Kekhya's disappearance
Mansour Kekhya disappeared in December 1993 after his participation in the trustees council's meetings of the Arabian Organization for Human Rights.
Regional, Judicial, 12/17/1997
Moroccan National Investment Company to increase capital
The subscription will be opened only to establishments who already own shares in the capital of the company. Those establishments are mainly insurance companies and national and foreign banks.
Morocco, Business, 12/17/1997
Beirut airport gets new passenger terminal
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri on Tuesday inaugurated a new passenger terminal at Beirut International Airport, the first phase of an ambitious long-term project to renovate and expand the airport which began in 1994.
Lebanon, Economics, 12/17/1997
Arabs seek medical equality
An appeal to the Israeli High Court demanded that the Israeli Ministry of Health open up medical centers in a number of unrecognized Arab villages in the Naqab desert.
Israel, Medicine, 12/17/1997
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The leader of the US Nation of Islam organization, Louis Farrakhan, arrived today in Cairo on a three-day visit to Egypt as part of his tour of the region. In a statement to reporters, he said he will meet al-Azhar Imam Sheikh Sayyed Tantawi and hopes to meet several Egyptian officials.
UAE President Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan today discussed views on several regional and international issues of mutual concern and reviewed bilateral relations with Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the US who is currently visiting the Emirates.
Lebanese President Elias Hrawi discussed economic relations and ways of strengthening them with a Libyan economic delegation currently visiting Lebanon. Following the meeting, the head of the Libyan delegation, Hussein Saleh, said Libya would buy agricultural products and food industries from Lebanon.