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Former Mossad officer sought by Norway
Though the crime took place more than 24 years ago, the Norwegian authorities do not seem to have given away their intention to solve the remaining mysteries of the crime that claimed the life of an innocent waiter from Algeria.
Israel, International, 11/29/1997
Israeli warplanes strike resistance positions
Shortly afterwards, an Israeli patrol was ambushed by the guerrillas as it approached the Kassaret el-Oroush position.
Lebanon, Military, 11/29/1997
Algerian minister of justice answer questions of the opposition
The head of Algerian government, Ahmed Ouyahia, selected Mohamed Adami, the minister of justice, who is characterized by some as having a harsh tone and strong views, to answer questions directed at the government
Algeria, Politics, 11/29/1997
GCC concern over UN-Iraq crisis and Iran
Sheikh Sabah also noted the hope that GCC relations with Iran would be marked by "positive and practical" developments to in the near future.
Gulf Region-Iran, Politics, 11/29/1997
Italy seeks notification about counter - terrorist measures
Achille Ochetto said that although there has been a decrease in the European initiations toward the peace process in the Middle East, "We should not leave the United States to act alone."
Egypt, Local, 11/29/1997
Businessman in custody over MEA Dubai deal
A prominent Lebanese businessman who has been in custody for a week over a scandal involving Middle East Airlines, Lebanon's national carrier, pleaded innocent.
Lebanon-United Arab Emirates, Judicial, 11/29/1997
SPLA committed to Sudan unity
The leader of the Sudan People's Liberation Army said yesterday that the group was committed to peace talks with the Islamist government of Khartoum despite continuing war.
Sudan, Politics, 11/29/1997
Egypt urges Iraq to abide by UN resolutions
Moussa said UN sanctions on Iraq will not be eternal, calling for a solution to the Baghdad - UN crisis.
Egypt, Politics, 11/29/1997
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Foreign Minister Amr Moussa left Cairo yesterday heading for Zurich where he would represent Egypt at an official funeral for 35 Swiss tourists killed in an attack in Luxor last week.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he is prepared to offer the Palestinians "maximal self-government," MSNBC reported.
Bahrain is preparing extradition files for 15 men who were convicted in absentia of sabotage, Bahrain Tribune reported.
Grant Ferrie will marry Lucille McLauchlan, the British nurse who was convicted in the murder of an Australian colleague in Saudi Arabia, during a one day release from prison, the London Times reported.
American hostage Steve Carpenter was freed in Yemen on Thursday, CNN reported. Carpenter was reportedly working for an oil company in Yemen when he was kidnapped.
Tunisian political leadership was shuffled by President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, CNN reported.
Ahmed Zaoui, a leader of the Algerian Armed Islamic Group which is largely blamed for massacres of civilians in Algeria, has slipped into Switzerland and requested asylum, CNN reported.
OPEC agreed to the Saudi proposal for a 10% increase to raise oil production to 27.5 million barrels a day.