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Talks to resume next week. Obstacles remain
Next week, the talks will concentrate on the Israeli army redeployment in the West Bank. At a later stage, on October 13, the two sides will hold a meeting in Washington to discuss a process for the final-status talks.
Palestine, Politics, 9/30/1997
Phoenician ruins uncovered under Sidon building
Phoenician ruins, including what are believed to be sarcophagi, have been uncovered inside an historic tunnel on the site of the government hospital in Sidon while digging operations for the expansion of the complex were underway.
Lebanon, History, 9/30/1997
Israel newspaper threatens launch of nuclear war against Syria
The Israeli newspaper Yedaoun Ahronote quoted Israeli officials as saying that it would be necessary to launch a nuclear strike against Syria in order to counter an expected Syrian offensive in which chemical weapons will be used.
Syria-Israel, Military, 9/30/1997
US Iran, Libyan sanctions must be reviewed says EU
US politicians have voiced uneasiness about the French company Total's decision to sign a 2 billion US dollar gas contract with Iran.
Libya, Economics, 9/30/1997
Hamas condemns Palestinian Authority operations
Hamas condemned the Palestinian Authority's operation in Gaza and Naples in the West Bank in which members of Hamas were arrested and 16 institutions that are offshoots of Hamas were closed.
Palestine, Politics, 9/30/1997
25 terrorists killed in Algeria
In the most recent attack on civilians, gunmen in the Algerian town of Ain Adden killed 11 women, all of them teachers.
Algeria, Military, 9/30/1997
Insurance companies' investments reach record highs
The insurance companies' investments in the deposits and the treasury bonds decreased which is in line with the policy of the government aiming to support the stock exchange.
Egypt, Economics, 9/30/1997
Markets sought for apples, grapes
Akkar MP Wajih Baarini said he discussed with Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri the "catastrophe the farmers face."
Lebanon, Agriculture, 9/30/1997
GCC justice ministers to work on unified criminal code
One of the most important points on the agenda of this meeting is a draft to unified criminal law, and enhancing cooperation among GCC countries in legal and judicial domains.
Gulf Region, Politics, 9/30/1997
Resolving the crisis of Al Ansar in Sudan
Ahmed Al Mahdi held meetings with a number of the elderly and young men of Al Ansar and declared that they agreed on disregarding all differences and to work on activating the Al Ansar Affairs Association and the Committee of Al Imam Abdul Rahman Al Mahdi Mosque.
Sudan, Politics, 9/30/1997
Saudi Arabia plans to set up commercial bank in Zambia
The success of Zambia's privatization policy prompted Saudi Arabia to unveil investment programs in agriculture, banking, housing and manufacturing sectors of the economy
Saudi Arabia, Business, 9/30/1997
Arabs condemn Turkish aggression against Iraq
Many demanded that Turkey withdraw immediately and unconditionally from Iraqi lands .The statement came as part of widespread Arab condemnation of the Turkish actions.
Iraq-Turkey, Politics, 9/30/1997
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