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Mubarak discusses Mideast developments in Amman, Damascus
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said that he will discuss the Mideast situation and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in particular, with King Abdullah II of Jordan and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during his visit on Wednesday to Amman and Damascus.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 6/19/2002
Al Qathafi, Bin Ali meets in Tripoli
Libya-Tunisia, Politics, 6/19/2002
Algerian TV: Algeria postpones UMA summit
Algeria-Maghreb, Politics, 6/19/2002
King Mohammed meets visiting Portuguese prime minister
Morocco's King Mohammed VI, who was accompanied by his brother Prince Moulay Rachid, received Tuesday afternoon at the royal palace in Meknes, 170 north-east of Rabat, Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Manuel Durao Barroso.
Morocco-Portugal, Politics, 6/19/2002
Hawatmah and targeting the civilians
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/19/2002
US to declare Palestinian State, when its components are completed
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher said on Tuesday that the US administration would declare the establishment of the Palestinian State whenever its components are completed.
Egypt-USA, Politics, 6/19/2002
EU blacklists Kakh movement
Israel-European Union, Politics, 6/19/2002
Morocco extends electors' rolls revision deadline
The Moroccan interior ministry announced that it will be extending the deadline for the electoral lists revision which concerns persons who have reached 20 years of age after 1996 and people who have moved from the constituency in which they voted in 1996.
Morocco, Politics, 6/19/2002
UN urges Iraq to return back Kuwaiti properties
The UN Secretary General Kofi Annan on Monday expressed his hope that Iraq will return back the Kuwaiti properties of national manuscripts and others it has since 1990, noting he will discuss this issue in July during his meeting with the Iraqis.
Iraq, Politics, 6/19/2002
AL chief, Omran discuss the implementation of Arab media campaign
The Syrian Minister of Information Adnan Omran on Tuesday discussed with the Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa in Cairo the agenda of the 35th session of the council of the Arab ministers of information which starts its works today under the chairmanship of Omran.
Syria-Regional, Politics, 6/19/2002
Israeli radio: Sharon presides over a security meeting
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/19/2002
Sherry Blair: suicide operations show the Palestinians lost hope
Sherry Blair, wife of the British Prime Minister Tony Blair said on Tuesday that the Palestinian youths have the impressions that "there is no hope to defend their cause" except by suicide operations.
Palestine-UK, Politics, 6/19/2002
EU adds two other Palestinian movements to terrorists list
The European Union has added to its blacklist which includes names of terrorist organizations the two Palestinian movements, led by Abu Nidal and Ahmad Jibril.
Palestine-European Union, Politics, 6/19/2002
The formation of the new Algerian cabinet
The new Algerian government which was declared on Monday evening and chaired by Ali Benflis was joined by 15 new ministers for the ministries of justice, education, finance, communications, culture, higher education, water resources, posting, vocational formation, industry, labor, social solidarity, fishing, small enterprises, relations with the parliamentary and housing.
Algeria, Politics, 6/19/2002
Iraq is ready to discuss issues of the missing since the Gulf war
Iraq-Kuwait, Politics, 6/18/2002
Al-Faisal appeals against the law according to which she was tried
Jordan, Politics, 6/18/2002
An open trial session to hear al-Bunni statements
Syria, Politics, 6/18/2002
Morocco, Kuwait renew 1989 cooperation accord
Morocco and Kuwait agreed to renew their 1989 cooperation accord and voiced satisfaction over the adoption and entry into force of two cooperation agreements on encouragement and protection of investment and on non-double taxation.
Morocco-Kuwait, Politics, 6/18/2002
Some 17 persons of the provisional government killed in Somalia
Somalia, Politics, 6/18/2002
A new inter- Sudanese negotiations round
A new round of negotiations between the Sudanese government and the rebels supervised by IGAD started in the Kenyan capital- Nairobi. The negotiations will discuss the relations between the region and the state and the sharing of resources and authority in Sudan.
Sudan, Politics, 6/18/2002
Al-Kifah al-Arabi: Lebanese minister American warning to Syria, Lebanon regarding S. Lebanon
The Lebanese Minister of Information Ghazi Aridi has denied news that Lebanon has had received any American official warning rumored to be conveyed to Syria or Lebanon on the situation in south Lebanon.
Lebanon-USA, Politics, 6/18/2002
Arab League denounces the erection of the Israeli isolation fence
The Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa has strongly denounced Israel's starting to build the fence separating between it and the Palestinian territories. He explained that by doing so Israel is perpetuating its occupation of the Palestinian territories and affirms a rejection to any attempts made to establish a just and comprehensive peace in the region, based on international legitimacy resolutions and the land for peace formula.
Regional-Palestine, Politics, 6/18/2002
Al-Seyasah: Shaath to represent the Palestinians instead of Kaddoumi
A well-informed high ranking Palestinian official has disclosed a decision to the Kuwaiti daily al-Seyasah, taken by the PLO executive committee in its recent meeting to assign Palestinian Authority Planning and International Cooperation official Nabil Shaath to preside over the Palestinian representation to any ministerial Arab meeting in the framework of the Arab League instead of the PLO Head of the Political Department Farkouk Kaddoumi, who resides in Tunisia.
Palestine, Politics, 6/18/2002
Israeli radio: Israeli sources and the Palestinian state
Israeli sources said on Monday that the declaration of founding a provisional Palestinian state during the current phase will undermine Israel's ability to "fight the Palestinian terrorism" especially the work inside the territories that falls under the complete Palestinian control.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/18/2002
Sharon pleased with EU decision to enlist three Palestinian groups as terrorists
The Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon considered the decision taken by the European Union to enlist three Palestinian groups among terrorist organizations and to ban their activities in the European Union EU member states as a very important step, noting that there are other measures that should be taken in this regard.
Israel-European Union, Politics, 6/18/2002
Iraq is keen to close the file of the past with Kuwait
Iraq-Kuwait, Politics, 6/17/2002
Al-Bashir in Saudi Arabia, his deputy in Baghdad
Media sources in Khartoum related the visit of the Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir to Saudi Arabia to discussing the American peace role, with the Saudi crown prince, in Sudan, in addition to bilateral relations file and means of consolidating them.
Saudi Arabia-Sudan, Politics, 6/17/2002
Mubarak, Saleh hold telephone talks
Egypt-Yemen, Politics, 6/17/2002
Al-Shara, al-Faisal discuss latest developments
Syria-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 6/17/2002
Al-Sharq al-Awsat: French foreign minister to visit ME region
Regional-France, Politics, 6/17/2002
Offering the Bahraini nationality to Gulf citizens raises doubt on demographic change
The draft law on granting the Bahraini nationality to citizens from other Arab Gulf states raised protest in the lines of the Shiite who constitute the majority in Bahrain and saw in that a maneuver before the date of the next legislative elections.
Bahrain, Politics, 6/17/2002
Bin Ali to visit Libya
The Tunisian presidency announced that the Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali will pay a visit to Libya that will last for two days at the invitation of the Leader of the Revolution Colonel Muammar al Qathafi, days before the convening of the Arab Maghreb summit.
Tunisia-Libya, Politics, 6/17/2002
Trade relations between Turkey, Iraq
Officials at the Turkish foreign trade consulate in Ankara said that 300 Turkish businessmen will pay a visit to Iraq that coincides with the meetings of the Turkish- Iraqi joint economic committee which will be held on June 29th in Baghdad.
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 6/17/2002
Morocco's premier calls Algeria to respect Moroccan territorial integrity
Moroccan Premier, Abderrahmane Youssoufi, has called on Algeria to respect Morocco's territorial integrity.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 6/17/2002
Israeli radio: Palestinian Authority for ending activities of armed Palestinian groups
The Palestinian official in charge of internal affairs at the Palestinian Authority interior affairs official Abdul Razzaq al-Yahya said he intends to unify the security departments and the Palestinian police forces in the West Bank and Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 6/17/2002
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