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April 15, 2000

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    Masked Palestinians carrying weapons marched through Bethlehem Friday to commemorate the 1988 assassination of the Palestinian leader, Khalil Al

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 The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) announced Friday that Egypt would remain the winners of the riotous final of the Olympic African qu

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  Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz said Saturday that a decision by the UN Security Council to approve a plan for a new arms inspection body in

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 US stocks plummeted Friday, capping off five days of stunning losses that handed the Nasdaq composite index its worst weekly performance of all time

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  US President Bill Clinton called Palestinian President Yasser Arafat to discuss ways to speed up peace talks with Israel ahead of Arafat's visit to

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   Palestinian President Yasser Arafat arrived back in Gaza from the G-77 summit in Havana Friday, saying he was delighted by the support received

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  Author Salman Rushdie, whose controversial book "The Satanic Verses" was banned and earned him a death decree, has returned to his native India "t

April 14, 2000

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  By Fuad Abu Hijleh  A letter addressed to Jordan’s King Abdullah II signed by more than 50 Jordanian Lower House members might lead to the ouster o

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Four Turkish men have been indicted for the murder of two Leeds United fans last week on the eve of their team's UEFA Cup clash with Galatasaray, a

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The 133-nation Group of 77 developing countries is proposing sweeping changes to help poor countries ease poverty and join the global technology revol

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Lebanese singer Marcel Khalifa will sing in Amman next Friday, Jordanian daily Al Arab Al Yawm reported Friday. To perform at the Arena Auditorium at

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The United Nations Security Council has approved a plan for a new weapons inspection agency for Iraq, BBC.online reported Friday.   The plan, draw

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Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef bin Abdel Aziz said Friday that Riyadh would continue to apply Islamic law, or sharia, which he said did not

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Two explosive devices went off near a Jewish settlement in the Gaza Strip Thursday evening, Israeli military sources said.  No-one was injure

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  Israel on Thursday tried to navigate through a diplomatic storm with the United States, which is opposed to its sale of a sophisticated radar syst