Palestine

June 15, 2003

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US President George W. Bush called on the international community Sunday to "deal harshly" with Hamas and other Palestinian groups behind anti-Israeli

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Israel's prime minister, Ariel Sharon, told his Cabinet on Sunday that Israel will continue to attack "ticking bombs," activists on their way to commi

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The Iranian government is being accused of jamming U.S.-supported satellite TV channels, blaming them for inciting the wave of student-led protests th

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At least ten people, including five members of the Saudi security services, were killed in clashes between police and suspected "terrorists" in the ci

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The latest album Salaf Wa Dain" (Borrow and Debt), by Lebanese singer George Wassouf due to be released on June 17, 2003 has been postponed until June 25 by the music production company Rotana for no

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According to several new surveys conducted by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS), around 63 percent of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip (WBGS), a total of 2.5 million pers

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Instability loomed once again on the Palestinian territories, as Israeli military attacks targeting the Gaza Strip provoked retaliations that might prove detrimental to the renewed peace process. The

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Egyptian cement producer, Misr Beni Sueif Cement has informed CASE that it has received an offer from the National Saudi Investment Company to acquire 100 percent of the company’s outstanding shares a

June 14, 2003

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Israeli forces killed late Saturday night a Fatah activist in his Beit Hanoun home, Gaza medical sources said. Two other Palestinians were wounded by

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The ousted Iraqi president, Saddam Hussein, has issued an ultimatum to foreigners to leave Iraq and threatened attacks in countries and on planes of t

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The heads of the Palestinian security forces announced their willingness late Friday night to accept security responsibility in all areas from which I

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The US and Morocco have made "tremendous progress" in recently concluded trade negotiations in Morocco, stated Assistant US Trade Representative. Negotiations leading to a Free Trade Agreement between

June 13, 2003

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Iran's former president, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, on Friday called on students to be vigilant, not to be influenced and misled by US conspiracies.

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Secretary of State Colin Powell asked Syria on Friday to help stem "terrorism" in the Middle East. Powell telephoned to Foreign Minister Farouk al-Sha

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Israel has decided to target top Hamas leaders, including founder Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, Israeli officials and media said Friday.