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Ras Al Amoud compromise rejected, showdown goes on
The Palestinian self restraint, reflected since Isreali settlers took over houses in the Ras Al Amoud neighbourhood in East Jerusalem, seemed to have diminished as signs increased that the settlers have entered the houses to stay there.
Palestine, Politics, 9/17/1997
Egypt allows Kurdistan Democratic Party to have Cairo office
Egypt party, headed by Masoud Barazni, to have an office in Cairo within its open door policy toward the Kurd faction in northern Iraq.
Egypt, Politics, 9/17/1997
Further Israeli attacks on Lebanon
The Israeli occupation shelled the UNIFIL Irish contingent in the western sector of south Lebanon.
Lebanon, Military, 9/17/1997
Uganda's first female vice-president says no one above corruption
So, she said that, no one is above corruption. Once you are in government, you become a public matter, "If I donšt speak about corruption, who will?"
North Africa Region, Politics, 9/17/1997
Syrian president pays Cairo an official visit
The visit will address the US Secretary of State's visit to the region, the developments of the peace process, the Arab stance toward the Middle East-North Africa Summit in Doha, together with the bilateral relations.
Regional, Politics, 9/17/1997
Gaza losses are more than $1 billion
The losses of the labor revenue since the Palestinian Authority took office till now at $1billion as a result of the blockade and repeated closures imposed by Israel against the self rule areas.
Palestine, Economics, 9/17/1997
Egypt: No nuclear power stations set up by private sector
The Minister of Energy and Electricity Engineer Maher Abaza argued that no nuclear power stations will be set up by the private sector.
Egypt, Economics, 9/17/1997
Kuwait bans fishing of oysters
Fishing of oysters has started to drain reserves of the shellfish.
Kuwait, Local, 9/17/1997
Comoros requests implementation of joint Arab defense treaty
The Comoros Islands requested the Arab League to implement the Joint Arab Defense Treaty in order to stop separatist movements on two islands.
Comoros, Military, 9/17/1997
The Moon on its way to Qatar
The exhibition will include moon rocks and is scheduled to be open in Qatar at the Qatar Scientific Club for one week.
Qatar, Science, 9/17/1997
The first Arab clubs tennis tournament in Damascus
Tennis clubs from seven Arab countries besides the host club al Muhafaza of Damascus will participate in the 1st Arab clubs tennis tournament.
Syria, Sports, 9/17/1997
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