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Barefoot girl walking on snow
Can't Old Santa bring them what they need? At school they always tell us he does such nice things.
Palestine, Essay, 1/17/1998
Shaath: Palestinian economy in danger
The Palestinian Minister of Planning and International Cooperation warned against the continuing deterioration of the Palestinian economy which may endanger the peace process.
Palestine, Economics, 1/17/1998
Israeli-Arab delegation to visit Syria this week
a Palestinian official visited Damascus 3 days ago to discuss with Syrian officials the expected visit to Syria by a delegation of the Israeli-Arabs.
Palestine-Syria, Culture, 1/17/1998
Hamas - Arafat
Palestine, Politics, 1/17/1998
Abu Mazen warns of talks' failure
Mahmoud Abass Abu Mazen, the executive committee secretary for the Palestinian Liberation Organization, has warned of failure for American - Palestinian peace talks between Palestinian President Yasser Arafat and US President Bill Clinton.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 1/17/1998
In Washington, no lunch for Netanyahu
US sources ruled out any potential pressure on Israel but hinted that President Clinton was apparently forced to have his meeting with Netanyahu and accept the fact that he won't have the chance to announce any breakthrough after the meeting
Israel-Palestine, International, 1/16/1998
Shaath: catastrophe is ahead of us
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat again warned of a new cycle of violence in the region if his forthcoming visit to Washington and his summit meeting with US President Bill Clinton.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 1/16/1998
Israel decided to stop Palestinians from getting into Palestine
An Israeli official source announced that Israel has decided to stop Palestinians who have not paid their debts to the government or to Israeli individuals from getting into Palestine.
Israel-Palestine, Judicial, 1/16/1998
Palestine, Local, 1/16/1998
Shooting Israeli military vehicle in Gaza strip
Armed individuals shot at a military vehicle in the Gaza Strip, a Palestinian police official said. The vehicle was severely damaged, but no one was hurt.
Palestine-Israel, Local, 1/15/1998
No change on Vatican's Jerusalem stand
The Vatican's Foreign Ministry reiterated the Vatican's solid stand in rejection of recognizing Israel's self-declared sovereignty over Arab Jerusalem.
Palestine, Politics, 1/15/1998
UAE reaffirms Palestinian rights
Sheikh Hamdan called upon the international community, especially the peace process co-sponsors, to pressure Israel to stop placing obstacles before the peace process, namely to halt the building of Israeli settlements.
United Arab Emirates-Palestine, Politics, 1/15/1998
Poverty increases in Palestinian areas
The level of poverty in the West Bank has increased in the recent period to become similar to the level in Gaza.
Palestine, Economics, 1/15/1998
Israel obstruct Palestinian mail - new phone code
Israel is deliberately obstructing Palestinian mail and the Palestinian government has prepared a plan to deliver mail among rural Palestinian areas.
Palestine-Israel, Local, 1/15/1998
No more redeployment maps - Israel piles demands
The Israeli ministerial team preparing maps that determine the scope of the second phase withdrawal of Israeli troops has stopped its work in light of continued differences in guidelines presented by both defense minister Yitzhak Mordachai and infrastructure minister Ariel Sharon
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 1/14/1998
King Hussein meets with Palestinian president
King Hussein of Jordan late yesterday night met with Palestinian President Yasser Arafat. They discussed Palestine-Israel issues and the latest efforts being made to push the peace process forward.
Jordan-Palestine, Politics, 1/14/1998
Palestine rejects Israeli demands and conditions
Yasser Arafat will present in his upcoming summit meeting with US President Clinton next week an updated list of Israeli violations of the interim agreements between the PLO and Israel. Arafat will stress the urgency of an effective role to be played by the US in order to move the peace process forward.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 1/13/1998
Will Jewish settlers shoot Palestinian police in Hebron
Senior police officers in Israel warned recently that the Jewish settlers are very likely to open fire on Palestinian policemen in response to what the settlers claim is harassment from the Palestinian police force serving in the city.
Palestine, Local, 1/12/1998
Interesting data for researchers: Gap between Palestinians is still there
The poll showed that the majority on both sides support the peace process while the Israelis blame themselves more for missing a number of peace chances in the past. Both sides reflected a considerable amount of hope that peace will eventually be achieved in the region.
Palestine-Israel, Culture, 1/12/1998
Permanent deficit in Palestinian Ministry of Education budget
Hanan Ashrawi said that the higher education budget is not listed in the Palestinian budget, which makes the ministry's revenues small and causes the budget to have a permanent deficit.
Palestine, Economics, 1/12/1998
Sheikh Yassin to visit Saudi Arabia soon
Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, Hamas' founder, will visit Saudi Arabia to receive medical treatment, as the medical care there is advanced.
Palestine, Politics, 1/12/1998
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