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Eighteen killed and injured in Cairo bomb blast
Nine persons were killed and nine injured in yesterday's Cairo bomb blast at Al Tahrir square in a bomb blast at 12 pm that was aimed at a bus carrying 23 German tourists in front of the Egyptian National Museum in Cairo.
Egypt, Local, 9/19/1997
Israel admits that three soldiers were killed and an officer was injured
Islamic Resistance and Amal attacks on Israeli positions in South Lebanon were intense--28 operations were launched--and unpredictable.
Lebanon, Military, 9/19/1997
Ras Al Amoud showdown: the other side of the conflict
First of I want the Palestinians to know that there are Israelis who stand by their demands and rights. that without accepting their legitimate rights, we will remain trapped in the current cycle of violence and war
Palestine, Politics, 9/19/1997
What is the problem in the Middle East?
Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat warns that unless United States efforts can breathe life into the peace process, "We will enter into an era of confusion where all is possible, including war." While Israel prepares for "Limited armed conflict" with the Palestinians
Regional, Analysis, 9/19/1997
Khalifa optimistic about Qatar border dispute settlement
Sheikh Issa bin Salman, called for uniting his country with neighboring Qatar, a move he hoped would end the territorial dispute, which has cast a shadow over relations in the Gulf.
Bahrain, Politics, 9/19/1997
Syrian and Egyptian presidents review latest developments
The two presidents held a closed meeting in Ras Al Tean palace in Alexandria, where they discussed and commented on a host of issues pertaining to the latest developments in the region.
Syria-Egypt, Politics, 9/19/1997
Saudi officials head to South Africa to buy arms
Sources stated that Saudi Arabia and South Africa are about to sign an arms deal through which Riyadh will buy guns and anti-fighter missiles.
Saudi Arabia, Military, 9/19/1997
Mubarak in Russia next Monday
This visit takes on added importance as it is Mubarak's first visit to Moscow after the enormous changes in the wake of the collapse and disjoining of the of Soviet Union.
Egypt, Politics, 9/19/1997
Arab data base to link trade information
The Arab date base will provide Arab investors and businessmen with comprehensive data about the Arab trade.
Regional, Business, 9/19/1997
Prince Talal bin Abdel Aziz inaugurates the International Association of Citizens' Participation
will discuss the necessity of spreading democracy, giving a chance to the civil community to defend the rights of citizens, and citizens' participation in developing governmental authorities and organizations
Regional, Politics, 9/19/1997
Lebanese oil workers end strike after union signs deal
Workers at the Zahrani refinery on September ended their strike after one of their two unions signed a collective labor agreement with the Ministry of Oil.
Lebanon, Business, 9/19/1997
Large-scale development project to resume next year
The United Real Estate company said it would resume next year the execution of the fifth stage of the waterfront project.
Kuwait, Business, 9/19/1997
Parents of flogged female students issue statement
the parents of the female students have filed a complaint against the judge who ordered the flogging, because their girls had not committed any crime
Sudan, Local, 9/19/1997
American Hughes Company to launch satellite for United Arab Emirates soon
Through this deal the US company will launch the first satellite for telecommunication purposes on the Indian Ocean by the year 2000, and the second satellite will be launched two years later.
United Arab Emirates, Business, 9/19/1997
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