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When Arab women are given intellectual and spiritual autonomy
Regional, Culture, 9/21/1998
Iraq describes Saudi crown prince's statements on Saddam Hussein as irresponsible
Iraq on Sunday described as irresponsible statements made by Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz in which he said Iraqi President Saddam Hussein had not learned from his mistakes and still constitutes a danger to stability in the Gulf region.
Iraq-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 9/21/1998
Algeria wants to handle ties with Morocco within global approach
The Moroccan-Algerian relations should be dealt with within a "global approach," The Algerian Foreign Minister said on Sunday.
Algeria-Morocco, Politics, 9/21/1998
Removing all custom barriers between Lebanon and Kuwait by 2001
Kuwaiti Minister of Trade and Industry Abdul Aziz al-Dakhil confirmed his country's intention to benefit from Lebanese development efforts.
Kuwait-Lebanon, Economics, 9/21/1998
Egypt prepares for anti-terrorism conference
Egypt has taken measures to activate the initiative of President Mubarak to hold an international conference to discuss methods of combating terrorism.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 9/21/1998
Report: Lebanese presidential elections already decided
A well-informed source in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, said that circles concerned with Lebanese Presidential elections behave on the basis that the presidential election battle has finished, because Damascus has made its presidential choice in favor of commander of the Lebanese Army Lt. Gen. Emil Lahoud, who is considered the most proper for this difficult stage.
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 9/21/1998
Jordanian FM: Our doors are open to discuss with Syria relations with Turkey
Commenting on Syrian criticism over Jordan's relations with Turkey, Jordanian Foreign Minister Abdul Elah al-Khatib said such criticism is due to the lack of information or to misinformation.
Jordan-Syria, Politics, 9/21/1998
Morocco's upper house endorses appropriations bill
The bill, which was unanimously adopted last July by the House of Representatives (lower house), projects maintaining the budget deficit at 3 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Morocco, Economics, 9/21/1998
Arafat to UN General Assembly next Thursday
Sources close to Arafat said he would take the opportunity in his speech to declare that the Palestinian self-rule period is about to end in May 4, 1999, which is the date set to declare the Palestinian state.
Palestine, Politics, 9/21/1998
Libya has reservations over location chosen to try Lockerbie suspects
Libya, Politics, 9/21/1998
Israel releases Qarabseh murderer
Palestinian Cabinet Secretary Ahmad Abdul Rahman said the release "is a blatant call for settlers to kill Palestinians and get away with it; it is the law of the jungle."
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 9/21/1998
Sudan threatens to strike American targets
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir threatened yesterday to strike US targets if the US missile strikes are repeated.
Sudan, Politics, 9/21/1998
IDB extends Tunisia $20 million loan
The Islamic Development Bank granted Saturday $20 million dollars in loans for two Tunisian industrial entities to finance the import of raw materials.
Tunisia, Economics, 9/21/1998
Intensive diplomatic activity in Cairo
Egypt's assistant foreign minister for European affairs Fathi El-Shazeli received today Christopher Ranter, the manager of the North Africa and Middle East Department in the British Foreign Ministry who is currently visiting Cairo.
Egypt-Russia, Politics, 9/21/1998
Moroccan PM says debt is strangling government action
Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi said Morocco's debts is a serious problem that strangles the government's action and called for a "political" rather than "technical" handling of the issue.
Morocco, Politics, 9/21/1998
Sahara issue will be settled through referendum, Algeria says
The Sahara issue will be settled through the referendum, if the two parties (Morocco and the Polisario) keep up their commitments, The Algerian Foreign Minister said.
Algeria-Morocco, Politics, 9/21/1998
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Morocco and Egypt will review this week ways of reactivating cooperation in the fields of social affairs, employment, vocational training and related sectors.
Yemen Foreign Minister Abdul Kader Bajamal denied yesterday the involvement of a Yemeni citizen in the explosions of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
Jordan's King Hussein confirmed that his health is very good and that he has already finished half the chemotherapy treatment program for his cancer, describing the results of a checkup made by doctors in U.S. as encouraging and promising. King Hussein announced that he will return to his country just after he finishes his treatment, and he praised the new Jordanian government's performance and called on it to deal frankly and explicitly with the Jordanian people, pointing out that he is following everything taking place in Jordan.
Syrian President Hafez al-Assad on Sunday at the Presidential palace of the coastal city of Lattakia received former secretary general of the Arab League Chazli Qlibi. Talks dealt with the general situations in the Arab states. Qlibi said President al-Assad talked of the nation's concerns and the region's problems.
The French news bulletin "Top Urgent" has said a Syrian diplomat unveiled that President al-Assad's visit to Moscow, scheduled to be carried out by the beginning of October, has been postponed to a date to be set later.
The Jordanian ambassador to Israel, Omar Rifa'i, said that contacts are underway with Israeli parliamentarians in order to amend the Israeli Absentees' Property Law issued in 1995 so that it can match the Jordanian-Israeli peace treaty. Rifa'i said amending the law, which in itself violates the peace treaty between Jordan and Israel, will enable Jordanian citizens to regain their properties in Israel which they were forced to leave during the 1948 war.