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Amr Moussa

Date of Birth: 3/10/1936
Place of Birth: Cairo


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New politics, new threats

League chief Amr Moussa has made it clear he will not condemn the ICC and his former boss, Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, told the NC in Khartoum in November that he would not protect Omer, we hear...


Konaré's stopover

We hear that the Arab League Secretary General, Egyptian former Foreign Minister Amr Moussa, is to sign an opinion piece in the Arab press backing the UN peacekeeping operation in Darfur...


Pressing for a deal

In the end, League Secretary General Amr Moussa, an Egyptian ex-Foreign Minister, challenged Khartoum on Darfur and Algerian support for Khartoum was not enough to sway participants against the UN...


Freedom unfledged

Those present included Uganda's President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, Kenya's President Mwai Kibaki and, from Egypt, Amr Moussa, representing the Arab League...


Peace in our time

Egypt leads the charge, including through the Arab League, headed by ex-Foreign Minister Amr Moussa, a confidant of President Hosni Mubarak...


Regression

Heavyweights such as Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher and a predecessor of his, Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa (close to President Hosni Mubarak) have waded in as if Egypt's sovereignty were at stake, triggering historical echoes which have upset northern and southern Sudanese alike...


Catching the flak

The League's head, Egyptian former Foreign Minister Amr Moussa (close to Mubarak) demonstrated the League's skill with the political veil by blocking press questions on this contradiction: along with Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar and, reportedly, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, are already helping US troops, while Djibouti is a US base...


Hasty engagement

Gadaffi Senior still enjoys his job; in a busy October, he met the 'Miss Net World' beauty contestants in Tripoli (a British victory), tried to lean on visiting Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi and threatened to leave the League of Arab States, a threat later withdrawn after pleas from, among other Arab chiefs, League Secretary General and Egyptian ex-Foreign Minister Amr Moussa...


Tough nut to crack

Gadaffi scored easy populist points by threatening to leave the League of Arab States over Palestine policy in a much publicised late October spat that had League Secretary General Amr Moussa, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika shuttling to Tripoli...


No go NGO

 There is no vice-president, and potential successors are sidelined: former Foreign Minister Amr Moussa to the Chair of the League of Arab States, the ex-chief of the Air Force, General Ahmed Shafik, to the Civil Aviation Administration...


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