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Historic decisions on human rights by Morocco
Morocco decided to settle all pending issues dealing with the human rights situation in the country
Morocco, Politics, 10/3/1998
Turkish army awaits orders to launch a military act against Syria
Two Turkish dailies today quoted Turkish Prime Minister Mesout Yilmaz as saying that the Turkish Army awaits orders to carry out a military act against Syria.
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 10/3/1998
Russian delegation visits to Egypt activate joint cooperation
A high ranking Russian political delegation is starting a four-day visit to Cairo.
Egypt-Russia, Politics, 10/3/1998
Tension continues between Turkey and Syria
The tensions between Turkey and Syria have escalated due to Turkey's threat to use force against Syria, accusing Syria of supporting the Kurdish Workers Party, which Turkey considers a terrorist group.
Syria-Turkey, Politics, 10/3/1998
Youssoufi: Reopening Moroccan-Algerian border will speed up normalization
Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi said in Rabat on Friday here that the reopening of the land borders between Morocco and Algeria will contribute to reactivating the normalization process between the two neighboring Maghreban countries.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 10/3/1998
Cairo: 500 million pounds for first stage of technology valley
Egyptian Minister of Public Works Atef Ebied announced today that they are currently setting up executive measures for the project of a "technology valley" in Ismalia governorate covering 16,500 feddans.
Egypt, Economics, 10/3/1998
France grants Morocco $750 million
France decided Friday to grant Morocco an additional financial assistance worth usd 750 Million to help the Kingdom carry out several socio-economic development projects and alleviate the debt burden which strangles Morocco's economy.
Morocco, Economics, 10/3/1998
Investigative report: Extreme security measures do not imply Christian persecution in Egypt
El-Kash'h is a small town of 24,000 Christians, and 16,000 Muslims among 40,000 inhabitants in which Bishop Wissa of El-Belyanna in the governorate of Sohag, 500 km south of Cairo reported on September 10 that at least 1,000 Christians in the village of El-Kash'h were arrested and interrogated by local police, following an incident on August 14 in which two Christians, Samir Aweida Hakim, 25, and Karam Tamir Arsel, 27, were murdered.
Egypt, Culture, 10/3/1998
Zeroual's decision to retain power until elections may be unconstitutional
Algerian informed sources revealed today the possibility that a technical committee of constitutional law experts will begin works this week to discuss the constitutionality of president Zeroual's decision to hold presidential elections in February or March .
Algeria, Politics, 10/3/1998
Israel continues closure of Gaza
The forces of Israel continued the closure of the West Bank and Gaza Strip for the third consecutive day, after the leadership of the Israeli Army announced that the Hamas movement intends to launch a major attack.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 10/3/1998
Military cooperation commission ends session
Crown Prince Sidi Mohammed, coordinator of the bureaux and services of the Chief of Staff of the Moroccan Royal Armed Forces and General Jean Pierre Kelche, chief of staff of the French Armies, chaired friday here the closing session of the Moroccan-French military cooperation commission.
Morocco-France, Military, 10/3/1998
Iran threatens Israel
The spokesman of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Mahmoud Mohamadi, stated that Iran has the right to obtain developed technology and modern weaponry that does not contradict with international law. He also reiterated Iran's commitment to defending its sovereignty and confronting any Israeli expansionist efforts.
Iran-Israel, Politics, 10/3/1998
Barzani and Talibani to visit Turkey this week
Iraqi Kurdish factional leaders Masoud Barzani and Jalal Talibani will visit Ankara at the end of this week to hold talks with officials in the Turkish Foreign Ministry.
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 10/3/1998
Bin Ali brings about changes in Democratic Constitutional Rally leadership
Tunisian President Zien El-Abedin Bin Ali made some important changes in the leadership of the ruling Democratic Constitutional Rally, appointing Sadek Fiala, Morocco's minister of Arab affairs, to the post of assistant secretary general in the party.
Tunisia, Politics, 10/3/1998
U.S.-Moroccan cooperation reviewed
Ways to enhance cooperation between Morocco and the USA topped talks held in Rabat Thursday between Moroccan Interior Minister Driss Basri and visiting assistant US undersecretary of state for the Near East and North Africa, Ronald E. Neumann.
Morocco-Maghreb-USA, Politics, 10/3/1998
Exhibition for Egyptian products in Jeddah
A week-long exhibition for Egyptian products will be inaugurated today in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Egypt-Saudi Arabia, Economics, 10/3/1998
Power France assists Morocco to build first wind power plant
The Moroccan National Electricity Office (ONE) signed Friday in Paris with a French consortium a usd 53 Million deal for the construction of a 50.4 megawatt (MW) wind power plant in northern Morocco.
Morocco-France, Business, 10/3/1998
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Israeli radio today said that Syria, commenting on Turkish threats, has announced that it studies carefully all official statements made by high-ranking officials in Turkey during the recent days and hours concerning bilateral relations between the two countries. This Syrian position was expressed via the Syrian official news agency, SANA, that Damascus is not weak, and able to defend itself. It is, eventually, open to any serious dialogue with Turkey, but with the condition that the Ankara government act with sincere intentions. Those rulers should start with abrogating their alliance with Israel, the media sources said.
The London-based al-Hayat daily said today that an official in the US administration told it that the US seeks to find an understanding between Syria and Turkey. The US opposes any tensions on the borders between the two countries, the US official said. The paper quoted the US official, who asked not to be identified, as saying that the Turkish escalation would not exceed words, adding that Washington follows the situation closely because deterioration does not serve stability in the region. The paper added that other sources in Washington ruled out that tensions would reach the stage of confrontation.
Sudanese Minister of Interior General Abdul Rahim Mohammed Hussein confirmed that the Sudanese army was able to end the battle that began last month and halt the progress of southern rebels, who Sudan says are aided by Ugandan forces, and end rebel opposition in this period of attack on East Equatoria state.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak accused Israel today of trying to pose restrictions against the Arab states in the armament fields and developing its armed forces while its develops its nuclear and military potential. In a speech to the "Armed Forces" newspaper on the 25th anniversary of the October victory over Israel, President Mubarak said that "Israel contradicts itself because it calls itself the 'Nation of Democracy' and it demands us to pose restrictions on Egyptian journalism."