Palestine

August 3, 2003

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A US-based company has agreed to pay a $171,500 civil penalty for violating export administration regulations by selling unlicensed centrifugal pumps to Israel, Saudi Arabia China and Taiwan, reported

August 2, 2003

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The Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, the armed wing of Fatah movement, announced Saturday it was ending its truce on anti-Israeli attacks after the arrest of

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The US military Saturday said a soldier was killed and three were wounded in a rocket-propelled grenade attack on their convoy east of Baghdad on Frid

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The U.S. has dropped demands that the Palestinian Authority dismantle armed groups immediately, the <i>New York Times</i> reported on Saturday, quotin

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The U.S. military handed over the bodies of Saddam Hussein's sons, Uday and Qusay, to the Iraqi Red Crescent Society, which is taking the corpses for

August 1, 2003

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Israeli troops fired rubber bullets Friday at protesters who approached the disputed "security fence" the Israeli government is building to separate b

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Former Iranian president, Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said Friday at Tehran university's central campus that the US "dreams" on Iran never came

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Some 1,100 jailed Palestinians in four Israeli prisons started a hunger strike Friday morning to demand that Israel release prisoners and to protest t

July 31, 2003

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Israel's parliament passed a measure Thursday that would force Palestinians who marry Israelis to live separate lives or move out of Israel.

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Two of Saddam Hussein's daughters took refuge in Jordan on Thursday, while the Bush administration approved a $30 million payment to the tipster who l

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Israel issued a tender Thursday morning for 22 more housing units in the Neve Dekalim settlement in the Gaza Strip, just days after Israeli Prime Mini

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Israel's Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz and PA Minister for Security Affairs Mohammed Dahlan failed to reach an agreement Wednesday night on the transfe

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Israel’s Chief Sepharadic Rabbi, Shlomo Amar, met Wednesday with Morocco’s King Mohammed VI. The meeting took place at the residential wing of the Kin

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New Fields Exhibitions President Samir Farajallah welcomed the recent reconstruction developments in Iraq and emphasized their significance for the ReBUILDING IRAQ Conference in Arlington, Virginia th

July 30, 2003

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The lawsuit filed by some Palestinian survivors of Sabra and Shatila massacres against the Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon now faces a vague fate