Palestine

January 15, 2004

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The head of Algeria's banned Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) on Thursday disclosed his plan for ending the 12-year crisis in the north African nation, c

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Palestinian president Yasser Arafat said a British peace activist who died of wounds inflicted by an Israeli soldier last April should be considered a

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Following the bombing attack on Erez Crossing, Israel's Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz decided to impose a 24-hour closure on the Gaza Strip late on Wed

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Thuraya Satellite Telecommunications Company and Sudatel have agreed to establish a new joint stock company in Sudan called Thuraya-Sudatel. The new entity will act as Thuraya's service provider offer

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The Management Committee of the Al-Aqsa and Al-Quds Funds has endorsed an allocation of $20 million to finance educational, health and water supply projects for West Bank and Gaza residents affected b

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Saudi Refining (SRI), an affiliate of the Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco), and Shell Oil Products US have reported that their Motiva Enterprises (Motiva) joint venture has signed a letter of

January 14, 2004

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Several leaders of Palestinian faction asserted on Wednesday to Al Bawaba that their intentions are now directed at sparing civilians from both sides

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The Israeli air force has "reduced helicopter flights over the West Bank and Gaza Strip" in recent months due to mounting concerns that they might "dr

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A British peace activist shot in the head while observing the Israeli military in Gaza last April has died in hospital.

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A Palestinian suicide bomber set off an explosion Wednesday at the main crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip, killing four Israeli soldiers. The

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U.S. forces raided two homes in the central Iraqi city of Samarra early Wednesday, abducting two nephews of the man suspected of organizing the attack

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Prominent Arab female singers had participated in boosting the number of plastic surgeries in the Arab world from 380 thousand to 650 thousand surgeries this past year

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The Arab Health exhibition will open on Sunday, January 18, 2004, with 1,600 exhibitors from over 50 countries and 25 country pavilions.    The exhibition, organized by IIR Exhibitions with official

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EgyptAir and Rolls-Royce are finalizing a contract on January 14 for the purchase and long-term technical support of Trent 700 engines which will power the airline's new fleet of Airbus A330 twinjets.

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The UK’s <i>Mail on Sunday</i> newspaper has agreed to pay substantial libel damages to Saudi businessman Sheikh Khalid Bin Mahfouz, over an article published in 2002, which suggested that he was the