Palestine

November 4, 2000

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US President Bill Clinton has invited Palestinian President Yasser Arafat to meet with him in Washington on Thursday, but the date has not yet been co

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Algerian Foreign Minister Abdel Aziz Belkhadem has revealed that the foreign ministers of the Arab and Islamic countries have decided to meet one day

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An Israeli official said that Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak will meet with US President Bill Clinton in the United States at the end of next week

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Jerusalem's Mufti Sheikh Ikrima Sabri predicted war between Israel and its Arab neighbors if Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak forms a national unity

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Palestinian health minister Riyadh Zanoun said Saturday that Germany has agreed to treat 50 Palestinian children injured during clashes with Israeli t

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Palestinian President Yasser Arafat discussed Friday over the phone the latest developments in the Palestinian territories with French President Jacqu

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Saudi newspapers defended anti-Israeli bombings as a "natural reaction" on the part of the Palestinians in the face of the Israeli army's use of deadl

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The Israeli army overnight withdrew its tanks from flashpoints in the Gaza Strip after re-deploying them on Friday amid violent clashes between Israel

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A US-based Israeli lobby group's Web site was hit by pro-Palestinian hackers this week in the latest cyber attack spilling over from the Middle East c

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Amnesty International condemned a deadly bomb attack in Jerusalem but also pointed the finger at wider attacks against civilians in the five-week-old

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Libyan leader Colonel Kadhafi called Friday for Muslim pilgrims to Mecca to "march on al-Quds."

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The Israeli army late Friday fired rockets at buildings in the southern Gaza Strip town of Khan Yunis following a fierce exchange of gunfire with Pale

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Nine Palestinians were injured Saturday in clashes with Israeli soldiers in the Gaza Strip. Earlier in the day, seven Palestinians were hurt in a clas

November 3, 2000

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By Ramzi E. Khoury  Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak is very special, however you look at him. After Sharm el Sheikh and two worthless ultimatums to

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The World Food Program (WFP) announced it had launched an emergency operation to help about 300,000 needy Palestinians hit by weeks of unrest and viol