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  • Palestinian-Israeli negotiations resumption is a step on the peace road

    Palestinian-Israeli negotiations resumption is a step on the peace road

    Date: 2013-07-31 16:55:47 GMT - Belgium - Arab world - SN:18 - ID:223787

    "The European Union has consistently supported a two-state solution. We will continue to work hard in support of the parties to reach peace in the Middle East and security for all," said EU High Representative Catherine Ashton in a statement on the ....

  • Quartet promises support to renewed Middle East peace talks

    Quartet promises support to renewed Middle East peace talks

    Date: 2013-07-31 15:59:37 GMT - Belgium - Arab world - SN:8 - ID:223685

    The Middle East Quartet ( United Nations, Russian Federation, United States and European Union) has issued a statement expressing support to the renewed Middle East peace talks. The Quartet welcomes the announcement by United States Secretary ....

  • El-Arabi, Ashton discuss Palestinian issue, Syrian crisis

    El-Arabi, Ashton discuss Palestinian issue, Syrian crisis

    Date: 2013-07-30 14:47:41 GMT - Egypt - Arab world - SN:32 - ID:222141

    Arab League Secretary General Nabil el-Arabi held a meeting with the EU's foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton, on peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. Earlier, Israeli and Palestinian delegates ended a first round of peace ....

  • Tunisian Interior Minister says ready to resign

    Tunisian Interior Minister says ready to resign

    Date: 2013-07-30 14:23:40 GMT - Tunisia - Arab world - SN:29 - ID:222089

    Tunisian Interior Minister Lotfi Ben Jeddou said on Tuesday he was ready to resign, The Voice of Russia said. "I have a great wish to resign, and I am ready to resign," he said. "A salvation government or national unity government must ....

  • Israel and Palestinians end first round of talks

    Israel and Palestinians end first round of talks

    Date: 2013-07-30 10:25:53 GMT - USA - Arab world - SN:17 - ID:221648

    Israeli and Palestinian delegates ended a first round of peace negotiations at the State Department headquarters, their first attempt in three years to resolve the conflict. A US official said the meeting was productive and positive. ....

  • Khartoum denies harboring Egyptian MB leaders

    Khartoum denies harboring Egyptian MB leaders

    Date: 2013-07-30 09:32:23 GMT - Sudan - Arab world - SN:14 - ID:221565

    An official source at the Sudanese government expressed deep resentment at reports published by some Egyptian mass media on coordination from inside Sudan to harbor Egyptian political leaders affiliated to the Muslim Brotherhood group. "Such ....

  • Kerry names Martin Indyk to lead Mideast peace talks

    Kerry names Martin Indyk to lead Mideast peace talks

    Date: 2013-07-30 08:42:08 GMT - USA - Arab world - SN:13 - ID:221504

    US Secretary of State John Kerry named former Ambassador Martin Indyk as the new US special envoy for Israeli-Palestinian negotiations Monday as long-stalled direct talks were set to resume that evening. “Going forward, it’s no secret that ....

  • Peres urges EU restraint during Israeli-Palestinian talks

    Peres urges EU restraint during Israeli-Palestinian talks

    Date: 2013-07-30 08:23:22 GMT - Israel - Arab world - SN:7 - ID:221481

    Israeli President Shimon Peres called Monday on the EU to exercise restraint as peace negotiations get underway, The Times of Israel reported. Peres made the comments in Latvia during a joint press conference with President Andris Berzins. ....

  • Wave of car bombings in Iraqi capital kills at least 23

    Wave of car bombings in Iraqi capital kills at least 23

    Date: 2013-07-29 13:30:20 GMT - Iraq - Arab world - SN:30 - ID:220607

    Police and health officials say a wave of car bombings in the Iraqi capital has killed at least 23 people, Fox News reported Monday. Four police officers said a total of eight parked car bombs hit markets and parking lots in predominantly ....

  • Libya indefinitely closes Musaid border crossing with Egypt for security reasons

    Libya indefinitely closes Musaid border crossing with Egypt for security reasons

    Date: 2013-07-28 13:24:54 GMT - Libya - Arab world - SN:21 - ID:219236

    Libyan Prime Minister Dr Ali Zeidan said his government decided to indefinitely close Musaid border crossing with Egypt for security reasons. The decision was made following a spate of assassinations in a number of cities in northern ....

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