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Minister Shaath: Independent Palestine to be announced May 4
Palestinian Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Nabil Shaath confirmed that the Palestinian government will not announce the Palestinian state only in the liberated area, but it will cover all Palestinian lands that were occupied in 1967 and its capital, Jerusalem.
Palestine, Politics, 9/19/1998
Zeroual urges preparation for elections to continue the democratic progress
Algerian President Liamine Zeroual asked his government to start preparing for early presidential elections to be held next February.
Algeria, Politics, 9/19/1998
Goweili: Egyptian free trade zones with Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia
Egyptian Minister of Trade and Supply Ahmed Goweili said today that Egypt is finally setting up agreements that will establish free trade zones with Kuwait and Jordan, adding that Egypt is to begin negotiations to establish a free trade zone with Saudi Arabia during the coming year.
Egypt, Economics, 9/19/1998
German exports to Arab states grow, Arab exports to Germany drop
German exports to the Arab states grew by 12.2 percent totalling 9.7 billion deutschemarks (DM) during the first half of this year compared to the same period last year, the German Economy ministry said in a statement released here on Friday.
Regional-Germany, Economics, 9/19/1998
Crown prince calls for rule of law, transparency and sound management
Moroccan Crown Prince Sidi Mohammed stressed the need to rely on the essential values of rule of law, public accountability, transparency, efficiency and a sense of ethics to ensure sound management.
Morocco, Politics, 9/19/1998
Lebanese - Syrian summit to address election issues
Lebanese sources in Cairo stated today that a Lebanese - Syrian summit will be held during the next few hours before the beginning of the constitutional period Tuesday for electing a new president for Lebanon before the end of President Elias Hrawi's term on November 24.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 9/19/1998
Palestinian - US summit on Tuesday
A bilateral summit between Palestinian President Yasser Arafat and US President Bill Clinton will be held in New York on Tuesday.
Palestine-USA, Politics, 9/19/1998
Libya resents Arab position on Lockerbie issue, Africans ignore sanctions
Libya expressed its great resentment yesterday toward the resolution issued at the conclusion of the Arab foreign ministers meetings concerning the Lockerbie issue.
Libya-Regional, Politics, 9/19/1998
Iranian foreign minister to meet U.S. officials in New York
Iranian Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi is to meet with UN officials and US officials in New York.
Iran-USA, Politics, 9/19/1998
Arab - Interpol to increase cooperation in combating crime
The Arab states are presenting a memorandum of understanding between the council of Arab ministers of interior and Interpol to develop cooperation in combating crime in all its forms, especially organized crime and drug dealing.
Regional, Politics, 9/19/1998
USA urges the two parties to constructively work with Baker
The United States urged the parties to the Sahara issue (Morocco and the Polisario) "to work constructively" with the U.N Secretary-General's Personal Envoy, James Baker to Bring a "Comprehensive conclusion" to the Sahara issue.
Morocco, Politics, 9/19/1998
Lebanese President confers with Iranian, Kuwaiti ministers
Lebanese President Elias Hrawi on Friday in Beirut received Iranian Minister of Culture, Information and Tourism Atallah al-Muhajirani and members of the accompanying delegation. Also present at the meeting was Lebanese Information Minister Basem al-Sabaa.
Lebanon-Kuwait, Politics, 9/19/1998
Morocco and UNFPA agree to cooperate on violence against women
Morocco and the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) on Friday concluded a cooperation accord related to "marriage, divorce and violence against women."
Morocco, Culture, 9/19/1998
What is an Arab house of life
Regional, Culture, 9/19/1998
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Mustafa Othman Ismael, the Sudanese foreign minister, announced yesterday that his country will accept any agreement adopted by Egypt to end the armed conflict between the Sudanese government and the opposition.
Kuwaiti security sources confirmed yesterday that they are continuing to intensify security procedures around the US and Egyptian embassies in Kuwait.
A Jordanian court dropped death sentences against eight members of the same family who were convicted of a 1993 double killing during a fight, Jordan Times reported.
Oman's Mina Raysut marine terminal will begin to receive container ships during the first week of November, Oman Daily Observer reported.
The Moroccan drinking water Company (ONEP/State-owned) concluded a cooperation accord with the Canary Islands peer (Proexca) laying down the foundations for partnership for the carrying out of projects in matters of drinking water supply, water resources protection, desalination and sanitation.
Arab Conference on population and development, due to be held in Beirut, Lebanon, on September 22-25. The conference will debate the implementation of the action program of the international conference on population and development.
Sources in the people's general committee for agriculture in Libya and the public committee for the implementation and administration of the Great Man Made River project announced that it has been decided to implement investment projects in the Great Man Made River through Egyptian and Tunisian companies.
Egyptian diplomatic sources said yesterday in Cairo that Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa will discuss the Egyptian - French initiative for rescuing the peace process with his French counterpart, Hubert Vedrine in New York.
Qatari sources confirmed to ArabicNews.com that former deputy intelligence manager in Qatar, Fahd Abdallah Jasim El-Malki, who led a failed 1996 coup d'etat attempt, was detained in Yemen and delivered to Qatar. After the failed attempt, El-Malki moved between several countries until he reached Yemen, where he was detained and delivered to a Qatari security delegation visiting Yemen.