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Foreign ministers of the Arab League countries meet in Cairo March, 9, 2014. The Arab League on Sunday endorsed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’s rejection of Israel’s demand for recognition as a Jewish state, as U.S.-backed peace talks approach a deadline next month. The United States want Abbas to make the concession as part of efforts to reach a “framework agreement” and extend the talks aimed at settling the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict. REUTERS/Stringer (EGYPT – Tags: POLITICS)
The Arab Parliament kicked off the meetings of the 6th and final session of its 2nd legislative term on Wednesday under the chairmanship of its Speaker, Dr. Mashaal bin Fahm Al-Salami at the headquarters of the Arab League. The meetings are set to discuss a number of...
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FILE PHOTO: Jordan’s King Abdullah speaks during the opening of the third ordinary session of the 17th Parliament in Amman, Jordan, November 15, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed/File Photo – RTSVLAL
Amman- Jordan’s King Abdullah II emphasized joint action uniting Arab states against regional turmoil and in face of such a decisive political juncture. King Abdullah II stressed Sunday on the necessity for activating joint Arab cooperation and unifying Arab ranks at...
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The Arab League in session in an undated picture. Reuters
Cairo – Arab Parliament Speaker Dr. Mishaal bin Fahm Al-Salami said he has decided to dispatch a correspondence calling on the British House of Commons to cancel the 100th celebration of Balfour Declaration, as it provokes the Arab world especially amid Israel’s...
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Arab Parliament President Dr. Meshal Al-Sulami
Cairo- Saudi Dr. Meshal Al-Sulami was officially elected for the post of Arab Parliament President on Saturday. Al-Sulami promised that the prospects of his presidency will be highlighted with prosperity and proactive efforts. “There is a busy schedule encompassing...
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Arab Parliament (Emirates News Agency – WAM)
Cairo- The Arab Parliament on Tuesday rejected the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), recently endorsed by the United States Congress, stressing that the new law contravenes international law and principles. In a meeting held in Sharm Al-Sheikh and...