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Interviews: 50th anniversary of Deir Yassin massacre
We saw the Jews moving from one street to another. We saw them killing people in the village. With my own eye, I saw a pregnant woman whom they shot in the middle of the street. They shot her before my eyes
Palestine, History, 4/10/1998
Jordan-based Hamas commanders ordered suicide bombings, Israel claims
Relations between Jordan and Israel may go through another tight era following Israeli accusations that Hamas military command operating in Jordan was responsible for the series of suicide bombing attacks that wracked Israel last year.
Jordan-Israel, Politics, 4/10/1998
Mystery death of three citizens shocks Jordan
Jordan's King Hussein yesterday met with top Jordanian security officials regarding the killing of three prominent Jordanians in Amman yesterday.
Jordan, Local, 4/10/1998
Morocco: We favor establishing relations with Algeria
Moroccan Minister of Information Mohammed El-Arabi El-Massari called on the Spanish government in Madrid to enter into negotiations with Morocco to discuss the future of the two cities of Septa and Melila, occupied by Spain.
Morocco-Algeria-Spain, Politics, 4/10/1998
AL secretary meets Lebanese officials
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri said that peace in the Middle Mast will be achieved only if Israel withdraws from the occupied Syrian Golan Heights to its June 4, 1967 borderline and from south Lebanon and the western Bekaa to internationally recognized borderlines.
Lebanon, Politics, 4/10/1998
UAE looks into buying German jet fighters
UAE army's chief of staff, Sheikh Muhammad Bin Zayed al-Nahyan, the German minister said discussions dealt with military cooperation between the UAE and Germany
United Arab Emirates-Germany, Military, 4/10/1998
Measures underway to reduce foreign employment in Yemen
The Yemeni Ministry of Work and Vocational Training has begun to apply measures to reduce Yemen's reliance on foreign employment to create job opportunities for Yemeni citizens.
Yemen, Economics, 4/10/1998
Algerian Labor Party calls for national symposium for peace
the Algerian opposition Labor Party said in a statement that its initiative to hold a national symposium for peace, brotherhood and democracy in May, aims at presenting serious and realistic suggestions that can be put into practice as a first step to restoring peace
Algeria, Politics, 4/10/1998
Egypt prepares security case on Muslim activities in Britain for Blair
The sources said the file includes a list of names comprising the elements affiliated with extremist religious groups who obtained asylum or permanent residence in Britain
Egypt-UK, Politics, 4/10/1998
Arab plan for solidarity with the Palestinian people
Ambassador Mohamed Sobieh, the permanent Palestinian deputy to the Arab League, said the Arab representatives are discussing the joint plan on the 50th anniversary of the scattering of the Palestinian people, to make the year 1998 a year of solidarity with the Palestinians, during two-day meetings held at the Arab League starting on April 15.
Regional-Palestine, History, 4/10/1998
Privatization policy continues in Tunisia
A study conducted by the Tunisian Ministry of Economic Development found that one third of the businesses that were privatized have achieved investments worth 100 million Tunisian dinars.
Tunisia, Economics, 4/10/1998
Sudanese opposition in Geneva to denounce Khartoum government
A delegation from the Sudanese opposition left Cairo for Geneva, to attend meetings of the 54th session for human rights.
Sudan, Politics, 4/10/1998
Lebanese resistance fighter killed
Hassan Gamloush Sajed died on Thursday of wounds resulting from Friday 's confrontation with Israeli forces
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 4/10/1998
Akef al-Fayez dies at 76
Akef succeeded his father, Mithkal -- who fought with Lawrence of Arabia in 1918 -- in leading the 15,000 members of the Bani Saqr tribe
Jordan, People, 4/10/1998
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Ambassador Fathi El-Shazli, Egypt's assistant foreign minister for European affairs, stated that Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa will head Egypt's delegation to the meetings of Mediterranean foreign ministers from 11 countries in the Spanish city of Palma de Majorca on April 20.
The Arab League confirmed the importance of enhancing all aspects of African - Arab cooperation, and for increasing communication, meetings and conversation between the secretary general of Arab League, Esmat Abdel Meguid, and Salem Ahmed Salem, the secretary-general of the Organization of African Unity to coordinate positions and strengthen cooperation between the two.
Hussien Kamal Bahaa El-Din, the Egyptian minister of education, stated that the national center for developing curriculums would seek the support of foreign experts in developing methods of teaching some educational curriculums, such as mathematics and foreign languages, but not addresing circulums such as Arabic language, history and national education.
An independent investigation committee affiliated to the United Nations said in its third annual report on human rights violations against the Palestinians confirmed that a great number of children in Gaza and the West Bank suffer from psychological problems due to the torture and violence to which their fathers are exposed in Israeli prisons, from which they often exit afflicted by serious psychological disorders that reflect on all the members of the family, especially the children.
The bloodshed in Algeria did not stop during the Greater Bairam when more than157 persons were killed and with security forces killing 25 extremists.
The Egyptian Ministry of Public Works sector decided to combine the 17 hotels into one company under the umbrella of the Egyptian Hotels' Company as a preliminary step to its privatization.
The Egyptian public delegation for supporting Iraqi children will leave Cairo today for Baghdad. The delegation includes a scientific group of medical and pharmacy professors, who will give modern scientific lectures in Iraq. The delegation also carries 150 tons of medicine.
King Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia condemned the "expansionist" policy of Israel and demanded the restoration of the occupied Arab territories so that the Middle East region can concentrate on economic development.
Successful efforts to rescue a maintenance crew taken captive by prisoners at Lebanon's Rumieh Central Prison resulted in injuries to five inmates and a number of guards , Bahrain Tribune reported.
UAE Federal National Council member Obeid bin Isa Ahmed, speaking at International Parliamentary Union meetings in Windhoek, called on Iran to vacate three disputed Gulf islands, Khaleej Times reported.
Saying "Iraq remains a serious threat to international peace and security," US President Clinton, in a report to the US congress, said that, "Until Iraqi intent to comply with the MOU [memorandum of understanding] is verified, it will be necessary to maintain our current augmented force posture in the region."
Sudanese President Omar Bashir expanded on an earlier Sudanese statement about univerity and military service by saying that only students who score high marks on entrance exams will be allowed to defer military service while at universities, CNN reported
A report from UNSCOM chairman Richard Butler to the UN Security Council criticized Iraq's disclosures on its biological weapons program as insufficient, Fox News reported.
Saudi Arabia's public security director Gen. Ahmad Bilal said that pilgrims were killed in a stampede at a Mina bridge when the crowd did not follow security instructions and surged forward, Fox News reported.The Saudi agency added that most of the victims were elderly people from India, Pakistan, Malaysia and Indonesia