Libya

January 9, 2004

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U.S. occupation forces detained 12 suspected Iraqi resistance fighters in Tikrit in one of the biggest raids since the end of the American-led war.

January 8, 2004

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The head of Libya's intelligence service was holding talks in London Thursday with senior MI6 and CIA officers to resolve a dispute over who will dism

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Syrian President Bashar Assad is "serious" about renewing peace talks with Israel, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan told Israel's ambassador to A

January 7, 2004

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A senior Libyan official denied reports out of Israel that high-level, secret talks had recently been held over the prospect of forging diplomatic tie

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Sudanese government and rebel officials inked an accord Wednesday on sharing the nation's wealth, eliminating a key obstacle to reaching a comprehensi

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An Israeli parliament member from the Labor party, Efraim Sneh, confirmed that he and another MP, Ilan Shalgi, met earlier this year with the son of L

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Abu Dhabi-based Oasis International Leasing has acquired four Embraer EMB-120 turboprop aircraft on lease to a major US airline in cooperation with San Francisco-based Compass Capital Corporation.

January 6, 2004

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An Israeli delegation is expected to visit Libya with the aim of reaching a mutual understanding on the signing of a peace agreement, according to the

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A source from the Iraqi National Accord (INA) party conveyed to the <i>Al-Sharq Al-Awsat</i> newspaper details about Saddam Hussein's daily routine in

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The European Commission (EC) has adopted a plan to deliver €20 million in humanitarian aid to Sudan. The grant is part of a larger €78 million initiative to fund rehabilitation in North Africa, the De

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US President Bush asserted Monday that America sanctions against Libya will remain intact despite recent "positive developments" in the country. Bush explained that he was adhering to a declaration of

January 4, 2004

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The son of Libya's President Muammar Gadaffi has said Tripoli bought plans to make a nuclear bomb from Pakistani scientists for "millions of pounds",

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Turkey exported $47.9 billion worth of goods in 2003, a 32.4 percent increase compared to figures from last year. Exports increased by 51 percent during the month of December reaching $4.9 billion.

January 2, 2004

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Libya's prime minister said his country wants to be rewarded for opening up its nuclear sites for inspections, and noted that the United States must l

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President Bush said U.S. humanitarian aid to Iranian quake victims does not signify an easing of relations with Tehran, and he demanded the Islamic Re