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Clinton at UN focuses on Terrorism
Regional-USA, Politics, 9/22/1998
Egypt starts reconciliation of Sudanese government and opposition
Egyptian political sources said today that the head of the Sudanese opposition National Democratic Alliance, Mohammed Othman El-Merghani, arrived in Cairo yesterday to meet with Egyptian officials to discuss the details of formal meetings held by Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Othman Ismael in Cairo.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 9/22/1998
Saudi Arabia adheres to boycott of Israel, no products thru 3rd parties
Al-Jureisi added that the boycott of Israeli products in Saudi Arabia is a known matter because the Saudi decision to boycott Israeli products falls in the context of the AL decisions on boycotting Israel
Saudi Arabia, Economics, 9/22/1998
Two persons executed in Yemen, explosives in a carriage
two persons were executed on Monday for committing a crime. The agency stated that the two killers, Muhammad Ahmad Dawoud and Abdullah Saleh al-Mustafa were convicted of the "deliberate" killing of Awad Saleh Dawoud.
Yemen, Judicial, 9/22/1998
Mandela to UN: Quit stalling on the Sahara issue
President Nelson Mandela of South Africa on Monday called for dropping the Sahara issue from the agenda of the international community.
North Africa-South Africa, Politics, 9/22/1998
Libya: West dishonest about solving Lockerbie crisis
A member of the Libyan revolution leadership council, Major El-Khawaildi El-Hamidi, accused the Western countries of trying to impose new sanctions on Libya and deceive people as well as governments.
Libya-Tunisia, Politics, 9/22/1998
Iraq accuses US of undermining Annan's initiative
Iraq on Monday accused the US of working to head off the initiative advocated by UN chief Kofi Annan to settle the crisis with the UN inspectors over dismantling banned Iraqi weapons.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 9/22/1998
Talibani informs Cairo of agreement with Barzani
The leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Jalal Talibani, informed Cairo of the details of the agreement he signed last Thursday in Washington with the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani.
Iraq, Politics, 9/22/1998
Rabat and Abidjan voice will to foster cooperation
Morocco and Cote D'Ivoire on Monday voiced their intent to consolidate cooperation in various fields.
Morocco-Cote D'Ivoire, Politics, 9/22/1998
Sudan accuse Uganda of attacking its territories
The Sudanese National Defense and Security Council, the high body for establishing defense policies in the country, convened an urgent meeting to discuss an alleged Ugandan attack.
Sudan, Politics, 9/22/1998
Hariri to meet with Albright Friday
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri headed to New York yesterday to participate in meetings of the United Nations General Assembly. He will deliver Lebanon's address before the U.N. on Wednesday, then he will meet with US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright in Washington on Friday.
Lebanon, Politics, 9/22/1998
First stage of Egyptian - French - Italian maneuvers concludes
The first stage of the joint naval training exercise Cleopatra 98 ended yesterday. This training takes places every two years in the Mediterranean with the participation of Egyptian, French and Italian marine units.
Egypt, Military, 9/22/1998
Butler lodges complaint against Arab League
Both the Arab League and United Nations have frustrated the efforts of Richard Butler, the head of UNSCOM, the international committee concerned with removing Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.
Regional-Iraq-UN, Politics, 9/22/1998
37 killed, 12 wounded in Syria coach crash
Some 37 people were killed and other 12 wounded at dawn, Sunday when a coach hit Sreihin bridge just five kilometers from the city of Hama, 150 km north of Damascus. Only the coach driver and his aide were unharmed.
Syria, Local, 9/22/1998
France will help Morocco with debt problem
France is aware of the burden of debt on Morocco's development and is willing to help Morocco "as best as possible," said French foreign minister, Hubert Vedrine.
Morocco, Economics, 9/22/1998
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About 200 meteorology experts from Europe and Africa started monday Rabat - Morocco a five-day forum to look at latest services, performances and innovations made in meteorology satellites usage.
The Saudi minister of trade Osama Gafer Fakeh will open the Saudi industrial and trade chambers in the headquarter of the council's general trusteeship in Riyadh on Sunday the 11th of the coming October. The council will discuss the arrangement for convening the fifth conference for the Saudi businessmen, issues of coordinating the chambers' activities for increasing its capabilities and contributions in presenting its services to merchants and the Saudi private sector.
Chief of staff of the Algerian army, Lieutenant General Mohammed al-Amari, pledged in press statements today to work to ensure the safety of presidential elections in February and to enable the Algerian people to freely express their choice away from pressures.
The central bank of Lebanon has announced that there are forged Saudi and US currencies in the Lebanese markets. In a memorandum dispatched to Lebanese banks and financial institutions, the Lebanese central bank said that the forged American currency is of the one hundred dollar denomination. It added the Saudi forged currency is of 50 riyals forged on the face and bearing the serial number /01220/, /978425/ and of 100 riyals forged on the face and carrying the serial number /0256/ /056256/.
A high-ranking Kuwaiti military source stated that Kuwaiti and US troops are currently conducting large military exercises in the Dera district of northern Kuwait.