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Lebanon: Nasrallah's statements stir debate in Israel
Netanyahu, Israeli sources said, explained to his ministers the circumstances under which Israel would be ready to pull out. He noted that the implementation of the UN resolution is based on talks with the Lebanese government, which has to commit itself to security arrangements
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 3/10/1998
Iran improves relations in the gulf, first war ship to Saudi Arabia
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi stated that it is essential to improve Iranian relations with the Gulf states to ensure security, peace, and stability in the Gulf region.
Gulf-Iran, Politics, 3/10/1998
Iraqi exile government
Iraqi daily Nabdul Shabab, edited by Odai Saddam Hussein on Monday published a list of names for an exile government which the paper said was supposed to have been announced during US military strikes against Iraq.
Iraq, Politics, 3/10/1998
Minister launches presidential race, Hariri: Unanimity of Lebanese required
Interior Minister Michel Murr on Monday officially launched the battle for presidential elections by hinting at the possibility of extending President Elias Hrawi's term.
Lebanon, Politics, 3/10/1998
Kuwaiti minister of information may get no-confidence vote
Saud Nasir Al-Sabah, the Kuwaiti minister of information, will be questioned today, while oppossition deputies stated that they have gathered enough votes to call a no-confidence vote against him.
Kuwait, Politics, 3/10/1998
Egypt rejects request to release Israeli spy
Egypt renewed its refusal of the demand presented by the chairman of the Israeli Histadrut, Amir Peretz, to release convicted Israeli spy Azam Azam during the chairman's recent visit to Cairo.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 3/10/1998
King Hassan refuses contacts with Netanyahu
I'm not prepared to meet with this man, with Netanyahu... his body language projects aggression, something violent," the paper quoted King Hassan as saying, "In the very near future I'll refuse to receive letters from this man.
Morocco-Israel, Politics, 3/10/1998
US Chief of staff in Saudi Arabia
Shelton will inspect US troops stationed in Saudi Arabia before heading to Kuwait and then to Egypt where he will be meet on Thursday with President Hosni Mubarak.
Regional, International, 3/10/1998
Syria welcomes stronger relations with Belarusian, Assad on Israel
President Assad said: "I am confident that this visit will achieve the goal hoped for to consolidate the standing relations between our two countries, which made remarkable progress," expressing Syria's wish to develop the relations on the basis of mutual interests.
Syria, Politics, 3/10/1998
King Hussein meets Israeli Industry and Trade Minister
"The two countries agreed to form a joint committee to look into laws required by the EU to govern the flow of Jordanian products into Europe," Minister of Industry and Trade Hani al-Mulki told reporters after the meeting with Israeli officials yesterday.
Jordan-Israel, Economics, 3/10/1998
New Egyptian initiative for Sudanese reconciliation
An Egyptian official expressed Cairo's readiness to launch an initiative to arrange meetings between leaders of the Sudanese government and opposition to address Sudanese reconciliation and its basis.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 3/10/1998
Women from Jerusalem and Gaza demonstrate
Five students in the West Bank city of Hebron were injured when Israeli soldiers launched tear gas and grenades against a school in the city.
Palestine-Israel, Local, 3/10/1998
Annan and Meguid to discuss Iraq and Lybia
The secretary-general of the Arab League, Esmat Abdel Meguid, will meet with the secretary-general of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, at the Arab League headquarters on March 19 during Annan's visit to Cairo.
Regional, Politics, 3/10/1998
Arab Bank to finance exports to African markets
The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa decided to establish a credit of $110 million to finance mutual exports between Arab and African markets.
Regional, Economics, 3/10/1998
Middle East Airlines: new strategy to cut losses
The company would cancel flights to eight destinations while increasing other flight connections and discarding unnecessary spending to gradually cut down on the airline's increasing financial losses.
Lebanon, Business, 3/10/1998
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King Fahd of Saudi Arabia is in stable condition after gall bladder surgery, Fox News reported. The Associated Press reported similarly.
The value of daily transactions in the Khartoum stock market reached about 2 billion Sudanese pounds (US $1.1 million) said Ismail Meccy, Sudanese minister of economy.
The secretary-general of the Arab League, Esmat Abdel Meguid, canceled a visit to Algeria, that was to begin today.
A British parliamentary delegation led by a member of the British House of Commons, Jon Taylor, arrived in Damascus on Monday night for a six-day visit to Syria.
Qatari Emir Sheikh Hamad Bin Khaleifa al-Thani on Monday received a communique from Pakistan's prime minister Nawaz Sharif pertaining to bilateral relations.
Farouk Hosni, the Egyptian minister of culture, stated that the position of the Egyptian Ministry of Culture and Egyptian intellectuals toward cultural normalization with Israel is clear and is in opposition to Israel's attempts in this regard.