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Jordan Kicks Mossad out and Yatom to take fall for Netanyahu
Israeli Mossad agents operating in Jordan have reporedly left Amman upon orders from King Hussein who demanded that all Mossad activities in the kingdom be brought to an end
Jordan, Politics, 10/10/1997
Israelis increase call for pull-out from Lebanon
"The price our army is paying, with our children serving in Lebanon is unjustifiable and we do not accept being used as a pretext for the continued occupation of South Lebanon," said a mother whose son is serving in Lebanon. The woman, a resident of Israel's northern settlements next to the borders with Lebanon.
Regional-Israel, Politics, 10/10/1997
Hizbullah hits back at US terror listing
Hizbullah said that the listing was "an affirmation of aggressive intentions and the satanic spirit of insolence and arrogance which flows in the blood of the American administration."
Lebanon, International, 10/10/1997
More than 100 beheaded this year in Saudi Arabia
A Saudi man was decapitated by sword today for rape and murder
Saudi Arabia, Judicial, 10/10/1997
Libyan - Egyptian negotiation over Lockerbie
The 1988 bombing of a Pan Am flight over Lockerbie, Scotland will be the subject of a Monday hearing at the International court of Justice
Libya, Politics, 10/10/1997
US landmine experts in Lebanon
U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Richard Jones told reporters Wednesday that his government would be supplying the Lebanese army with equipment to remove landmines, along with a training program which will be run by U.S. army personnel.
Lebanon, Military, 10/10/1997
Red Cross says Lebanon-Israel swap could take months
A senior Red Cross official said on Thursday that negotiations for the exchange of dead Israeli soldiers' remains with Lebanese prisoners in Israeli jails was facing problems and could take "months" to accomplish
Lebanon, Politics, 10/10/1997
Arab police officials boost security
Police officials approved another draft model Arab startegy for reform and discipline on juvenile delinquency prevention. The stategy focused on fighing juvenile delinquency, reforming delinquents and integrating them back into society.
Regional, Judicial, 10/10/1997
Saudi private sector to build 688 schools
Technical teams at education departments will carry out emergency repair and maintenance works for school buildings during the next few months.
Saudi Arabia, Education, 10/10/1997
Iraqi delegation to Lebanon calls for Arab unity
Adnan Qudsi, the head of the delegation explained the difficult situation Iraq was facing as a result of the UN embargo.
Iraq-Lebanon, Economics, 10/10/1997
Report details billions in government waste
The central inspection authority, auditing department, civil service board and general disciplinary council revealed, for the first time, through numbers and details, the billions wasted in the ministries, administrations and presidencies
Lebanon, Economics, 10/10/1997
Environmental problems in the heart of Gaza
Palestinians living in the city of Gaza face a serious environmental crisis with at least 90 percent of factories and industrial sites located within the populated area of the city.
Palestine, Local, 10/10/1997
Erekat: Tax released . Ross on way back.
Erekat confirmed reports that US Special Envoy to the Middle East, Dennis Ross, is due to return to the region on October 19 and that Palestinian and Israeli negotiating teams will be heading to Washington
Palestine, Politics, 10/10/1997
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Israeli Foreign Minister David Levy is considering resigning over Israel's botched September assassination attempt on Hamas leader Khaled Mishal in Amman, Jordan, according to a Jerusalem Post report. Levy threatened resignation in July over disagreements with Prime Minister Netanyahu.
The Algerian Islamic League of Preaching and Holy War rebel group has announced that it will observe the Islamic Salvation Army's cease-fire which began on October 1, the Khaleej Times reported.
Salah Fathy bin Salman, the leader of the rebel Fighting Islamic Group opposed to Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi, was killed in fighting, the Bahrain Tribune reported.
US Secretary of Defense William Cohen yesterday warned Iraqi planes to stay out of the no-fly zone, as patrols were expanded due to recent Iraqi incursions, according to the New York Times.
Syrian Minister of Defense Mustafa Tlass told graduates of the Syrian War College yesterday that Israel's policies could lead to an "explosion" in the region, according to a Nando Times report.
Oman warned against the negative effects of the Israeli government's "procrastinating policies" in the Middle East peace process.
Israel imposed a total closure on all Palestinian territories as of noon on Friday until Saturday night, while Jews mark their day of atonement (Yom Kippur) In Israel itself, no cars are allowed to drive at all. Public life is totally paralyzed and people stay at home, with those religious observing a total fast, during which they neither eat nor drink until after the day is over Saturday night. Transport of Palestinians abroad to Jordan and Egypt through the crossing points is also canceled for the two days.