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Albright is coming . Hamas arrests while Levy and Netanyahu fight it out
As Israeli troops increased their presence in Jerusalem and along the line dividing East and West Jerusalem and between Arab and Jewish neighborhoods in the city, police intelligence officers said they believe Hamas will try to launch further attacks timed with Albrightıs visit to the region.
Palestine, Politics, 9/8/1997
Hizbullah predicts imminent retreat of Israel from Lebanese territories
Nasrallah declared that the last Israeli defeat was just one among many others
Lebanon, Politics, 9/8/1997
Cairo summit gathers 3 Arab leaders
Hosni Moubarak, Yasser Arafat and King Hussein met in Cairo 48 hours before American Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's visit to Lebanon.
Regional, Politics, 9/8/1997
Life, taxicabs and their worries with closure of territories
Naji, the taxi driver got stuck in a bottle-neck style traffic jam just 50 meters away from a point where Israeli soldiers blocked one of the southern entrances to Ramallah on the West Bank.
Palestine, Essay, 9/8/1997
Jordan detains Hamas spokesman
Jordan detained Islamic Resistance Movement spokesman Ibrahim Ghosha on Saturday.
Jordan, Judicial, 9/8/1997
Migrants from Sudanese war face death from starvation
12 thousand Sudanese from the city of Karmak face the danger of death as a result of the severe shortage in food and the spread of infectious diseases in their camps.
Sudan, Local, 9/8/1997
Flotilla 13 commandos' bodies to be swapped for prisoners
The dismembered remains of dead Israeli marines, the most telling aspect of the disastrous commando raid last Friday, are to be swapped with Israel for Lebanese detainees.
Lebanon, Military, 9/8/1997
Egypt participates in Baghdad exhibition for the first time
Ambassador Sherif Reman stated that companies from the private and public sectors will participate with their products, including food, medicine, and medical supplies.
Egypt, Economics, 9/8/1997
Makka to host international Quran contest
As many as 118 contestants representing 37 countries and 36 Islamic centers and societies will take part in the 19th international Quran contest organized by the Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs.
Saudi Arabia, Religion, 9/8/1997
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