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“Sudan coordination council president Riek Machar was also quoted in the state-run Al-Anbaa daily as saying "Garang's evasion of talks is not new," recalling that the rebel leader had failed to show for a meeting with him in Kampala and also turned down an invitation to an IGAD-sponsored meeting with a Sudanese government delegation in Nairobi.”
“On the Eritrean front, Al-Anbaa also quoted an unidentified”
“Khartoum charged that Eritrea has been massing troops along its frontier with Sudan in preparation for an attack on the border state of Kassala. the Al-Anbaa daily reported on Tuesday.”
“Al-Anbaa, citing an unnamed security official, said Kuwait deported the nine men back to Iraq following a visit from officials of that country.”
“Kuwait frees Iraqis in plot to kill Bush KUWAIT has freed nine Iraqis who were jailed over a failed plot to assassinate former US president George Bush senior in 1993, Al-Anbaa newspaper reported today.”
“In this context, and according to the information acquired by the Kuwait Daily, Al-Anbaa, "the State Department has formed a team of Arabs and Europeans, in order to pressure the Gulf States into financing a fund to support any country that will accept and nationalize Palestinians.”
“Kuwaiti representative to the United Nations said in an interview with Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Anbaa: The situation between Iran and the West is very worrying.”
“(Jumblatt in his weekly Al-Anbaa editorial) that one had to distinguish between the work of the tribunal and any indictment it might issue.”
“We witnessed a sectarian uproar at the mere suggestion of the establishment of a committee to discuss the abolishment of political sectarianism," Jumblatt wrote in his weekly editorial in his party's magazine Al-Anbaa.”
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