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Arafat's funeral today in Cairo
Egypt has announced it will hold a military funeral for the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat in Cairo. His body arrived there from Paris on board of a French plane.
Palestine-Egypt, Politics, 11/12/2004
A smooth transfer in the rule in succession of Arafat
Succession of the late Palestinian President was arranged quickly for the presidency of the PLO, presidency of the Fatah movement and the presidency of the Palestinian Authority. Since Wednesday, the PLO executive committee, the highest Palestinian political representation for the Fatah movement inside and outside Palestine chose former prime minister Mahmoud Abbas ( Abu mazin ) for its presidency in a meeting in Ramullah.
Palestine, Politics, 11/12/2004
Arab and international reactions on Arafat's death
Lebanon and Tunis on Thursday declared official mourning for three days over the death of the Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat.
Palestine-Regional, Politics, 11/12/2004
Shalom: Barghouthi will not take part in the new Palestinian leadership
The Israeli foreign minister Silvan Shalom yesterday denied the possibility that the Palestinian parliamentarian Marwan Barghouthi, who was sentenced to imprisonment by Israel, to take part in the new Palestinian leadership.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 11/12/2004
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat dies
It was officially announced the death of the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat in Percy hospital in France where he was staying.
Palestine, Politics, 11/11/2004
Arab, foreign leaders to attend Arafat s funerals
The Palestinian deputy foreign minister Majdi al-Khalidi said yesterday that the leaders of Jordan, Yemen, Algeria, South Africa and Brazil will be attending the funeral of the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat due in Cairo.
Palestine-Regional, Politics, 11/11/2004
Bush relies on a new Palestinian government
On the future of peace in the Middle East after Arafat, the US President George W. Bush said that a new Palestinian leadership will enhance the opportunity of reaching peace in the Middle East.
Palestine-USA, Politics, 11/11/2004
Shaath: Arafat still alive, arrangements for burial in Ramullah underway
The Palestinians national authority ended the contradiction overwhelmed in recent days over the health condition of the Palestinians president Yasser Arafat. The Palestinian foreign minister Nabil Shaath announced that Arafat is still alive and that his heart, brain and lungs are still working but he suffers brain hemorrhaging.
Palestine, Politics, 11/10/2004
Six Palestinians were killed in confrontation with Israeli forces
Number of Palestinians who were killed by the Israeli forces bullets during the past few hours increased to 6 in different confrontation in the west bank and Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 11/10/2004
Palestinian delegation to Paris ignoring Suha Arafat's insults
Four senior Palestinian officials left the city of Ramullah in the West Bank on their way to Paris to know about the health condition of the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat. This departure came hours after a spokesman for the delegation announced suddenly the postponement of the visit which it intended to pay to Paris on Monday following the accusations addressed to them by Arafat's wife.
Palestine, Politics, 11/9/2004
Palestinian official: Arafat suffers liver failure, Palestinian meetings to maintain stability
One Palestinian source disclosed that the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat suffers liver failure and that his health condition is not improving.
Palestine, Politics, 11/8/2004
Suha Arafat accuses Qurei delegation of wanting to bury her husband alive
Suha Arafat, wife of the Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, extended a call to the Palestinian people via al-Jazeera TV in which she described the Palestinian officials who want to head for Paris today as "handful of inheritors who want to bury Yasser Arafat alive."
Palestine, Politics, 11/8/2004
When withdrawal from Gaza is made, UN observers in Sinai are ready to protect the borders
The UN forces in charge of monitoring peace between Israel and Egypt announced yesterday that it is ready to help ensuring the protection of borders between Egypt and Gaza after Israel's withdrawal from this Palestinian sector.
Palestine-Egypt, Politics, 11/8/2004
French daily and Sharon
French "Liberation" newspaper said that Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is under two kinds of pressures from Israeli settlers to stop carrying out the unilateral withdrawal from Gaza and an international pressure from Europe and the U.S. to commit himself to the establishment of two Israeli and Palestinian states.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 11/8/2004
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