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Syrian judicial committees call for restoring back dignity to people deprived of their freedom
The committees expressed hope that this " matter will be made within a general Amnesty covering the release of all political detainees and constitutes a genuine gate to close the file of the past and furnish up to build up a civilized society in which all creative national potentials take part in order to color it."
Syria, Politics, 3/24/2001
Egypt seeks to establish just peace and stability in the region
Mubarak renewed, in an interview with Al-Ahram newspaper his call for setting up an Arab Common Market to tackle the problem of unemployment before its explosion in the region.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 3/24/2001
Al-Hjeilan expressed happiness over ending border disputes among Gulf states
The secretary general of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states has expressed his happiness over ending border issues suspended between the Arab Gulf states, the last of which is signing the final border agreement between Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Gulf, Politics, 3/24/2001
Egypt runs an the principles of equity and justice between Moslems and Christians
Osama al Baz, the president's political advisor underlined the fact that the Egyptian government had not and would never receive any fact-finding committees to investigate the religious freedoms in Egypt stressing that the concerns of the Egyptian citizens are their internal affairs.
Egypt, Politics, 3/24/2001
Moussa: Arabs, shoulder a collective responsibility to ensure the success of Amman summit
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Mousa said that the absence of some Arab leaders from the regular Arab summit in Amman must not reflect optimism or pessimism over the climate of the summit because we all have come to Jordan with the objective to ensure the success of the summit.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 3/24/2001
Mubarak inaugurates Arab Summit in Amman next Tuesday
"Whoever talked about justice and objectivity was considered by Israeli extremists as playing a negative role," Moussa said. "The extremists wanted other parties to help them oppress the Palestinians," he added.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 3/24/2001
Mubarak: Egypt denounces Israeli aggression on Palestinian people
Mubarak urged the Arab leaders to manifest "a spirit of cooperation and solidarity" to explore the best ways to enhance the stature of the Arab nation politically and economically.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 3/24/2001
An Arab official and Amman's summit
A high ranking Arab official told the London- based al-Hayat daily in its Friday's issue that the question of Iraq as " a reconciliation with Arab states" has receded but advanced as a debated problem to be discussed at the coming Arab summit in Amman.
Regional-Iraq, Politics, 3/24/2001
One Palestinian killed, 36 wounded in clashes with Israelis
News reports from the Palestinian territories said that confrontations between the Palestinians and the Israeli army forces started immediately after Friday's prayers, when the Palestinian demonstrated chanting slogans rejecting the Israeli occupation.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 3/24/2001
Knock-door mission to buttress Egypt-US ties
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said that the knock-door mission, organized by the US Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, is considered an instrument to deepen economic and political relations between Egypt and the United States.
Egypt-USA, Politics, 3/24/2001
An attack at Saddam palace
The spokesman for the Iraqi Islamic resistance of the higher council of the Islamic revolution in Iraq Hassan Abdullah said in a statement to the London- based al-Hayat daily issued on Friday that his forces attacked using Katyusha missiles of 122 mm caliber the Presidential palace in Baghdad on Wednesday evening.
Iraq, Politics, 3/24/2001
Morocco's upper chamber delegation visits Washington
A delegation from Morocco's upper legislative Chamber of Advisors will start next Tuesday a visit to Washington D.C. for meetings at the US congress and the state department.
Morocco-USA, Politics, 3/24/2001
Salad Hassan's opposition form a reconciliation council
Leaders of the Somali groups who oppose the provisional government in Makadishu have formed a reconciliation council. This was a direct defiance to the Somali government, at a time when three persons were killed in an attack against a hotel in Makadishu where the prime minister Ali Khleif Jleid and other two parliament members stay.
Somalia, Politics, 3/23/2001
Al-Assad gets a phone call from Putin, welcomes Russian role in ME peace
Syria-Russia, Politics, 3/23/2001
Tunisian president in Turkey
Tunisian president Zein al-Abidin Bin Ali started on Thursday an official visit to Turkey which will last for two days to be dedicated to bilateral cooperation discussions.
Tunisia-Turkey, Politics, 3/23/2001
Lahoud- Khouri discuss Syrian- Lebanese cooperation
Lebanon-Syria, Politics, 3/23/2001
Saudi defense minister to act on Behalf of King Fahd in attending the Arab summit
Saudi Arabia-Regional, Politics, 3/23/2001
AL chief confers with Kuwaiti representative
Regional-Kuwait, Politics, 3/23/2001
AL: Jerusalem is a red line that can not be exceeded
The Secretary General of the Arab League (AL) Ismat Abdul Miguid has asserted that the Arab and Islamic position is unwavering and will not be changed concerning Jerusalem, and this stand is a red line that can not be surpassed by any Arab state.
Regional-Palestine, Politics, 3/23/2001
Margaret Tutwiler nominated US ambassador to Morocco
Morocco-USA, Politics, 3/23/2001
Jordanian King accepts credentials of Syria's ambassador in Amman
King Abdullah II of Jordan on Thursday received the credentials of Abdul Fattah Amoura as an ambassador and a commissioned representative for Syria in Jordan. The meeting was attended by the chairman of the Jordanian royal court Fayez al-Trawenah and the foreign minister Abdul Illah al-Khatib.
Jordan-Syria, Politics, 3/23/2001
Palestinian killed in clashes, Sharon refuses commitment to previous agreements
One Palestinian Youth was killed in Gaza on Thursday morning by the Israeli fire when an Israeli military forces opened their bullet fire at three Palestinians under suspects that they are trying to implant and explosive near the Israeli fence which surrounds Gaza. This resulted in killing one of the three Palestinian youths.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 3/23/2001
Moroccan Liberal party to hold constituent congress
The congress will be held under the theme "No Policy is Worth the Freedom of a Moroccan Citizen, No Politician is Worth the Dignity of a Moroccan Citizen," the committee said
Morocco, Politics, 3/23/2001
Arab foreign ministers meet tomorrow in Amman to draw the summit's agenda
Regional, Politics, 3/23/2001
Israel continues attacks against areas adjoining Shebaa farms
The Israeli occupation forces on Thursday continued their attacks against areas adjoining the Shebaa farms in the eastern sector of South Lebanon.
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 3/23/2001
Arab world needs new vision, thought, mechanism
"There is no time to waste and I have been calling over eight years now to establish the Arab common market and I am still calling for it," said Mubarak. "Such summit would crystallize the plans and the relevant executive programs to utilize the huge potentials of the Arab world for the interest of the Arab people," he added. The President laments as unreasonable to keep rotating in a vicious circle where the inter-Arab trade accounts only for 8 % of the Arab foreign trade.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 3/22/2001
Saudi Arabia, Qatar sign border- demarcation agreement
Qatar-Saudi Arabia, Politics, 3/22/2001
Iranian, Syrian FM discuss developments in the region
Syria-Iran, Politics, 3/22/2001
Riyadh Seif closes his Forum
The independent Syrian member of Parliament Riad Seif has announced closure of his forum ( the national dialogue forum) in line with the " directives of the political leadership."
Syria, Politics, 3/22/2001
Moroccan, French foreign ministers meet in Paris
French and Moroccan foreign ministers, Hubert Vedrine and Mohamed Benaissa, held in Paris Wednesday tete-a-tete talks that mainly focused on the recent developments in the Middle East, in the prospect of the Arab summit that will take place in Amman March 27-28.
Morocco-France, Politics, 3/22/2001
Sharon calls on the US to halt its aid to Egypt
The Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon has asked the US to halt its military aid to Egypt under the pretext of Cairo's adverse impact on the peace process in the region.
Egypt-Israel, Politics, 3/22/2001
One Palestinian officer, One child were killed in confrontation with Israelis
this child who is from Khan Younis, to the south of Gaza died at Rafah border crossing with Egypt as the Israeli forces refused to permit him and his father to leave for Egypt for medical treatment.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 3/22/2001
The UN Security Council and protection of the Palestinians
The Arab Group at the UN has linked the date of the UN Security council date to vote on a draft resolution of protecting the Palestinians to the Arab summit in Amman. The Arab group informed member of the UN Security Council that it is persistent to vote before March 27, the date of the Arab summit.
Palestine-Regional, Politics, 3/22/2001
Mauritanian refuse Saturday as a day odd
The wave of protests continues in Mauritania over the decision taken by the government to consider Saturday as a day to be added to the traditional " day off" of Friday, while the Mauritanian government is mobilizing its media and religious forums to defend this decision within a battle which has been lasting since 2 weeks.
Mauritania, Politics, 3/22/2001
Morocco, Kiribati establish diplomatic relations
Morocco and the Kiribati republic decided to establish diplomatic relations as of March 21, it was officially announced here Wednesday.
Morocco-Kiribati, Politics, 3/22/2001
Arab meeting on women and poverty
The fourth Arab Congress on "Women and Poverty" opened proceedings Tuesday in The Moroccan metropolitan city of Casablanca to look into means to integrate women in development.
Regional, Politics, 3/21/2001
King Mohammed has a project: to make of Morocco a state of law, official
The minister underlined that "the democratic transition Morocco is experiencing in serenity is the outcome of teachings that we drew from the past with the necessary political and intellectual courage."
Morocco, Politics, 3/21/2001
Al-Assad gets a message from Iranian counterpart
Syria-Iran, Politics, 3/21/2001
Amman summit reiterates calls for international Protection for Palestinians
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 3/21/2001
Foreign ministers of the Arab Maghreb federation to meet in Amman
Maghreb, Politics, 3/21/2001
One woman win a seat at the Jordanian parliament
A Jordanian official source said on Tuesday that a woman was elected on Tuesday as a member at the Jordanian parliament for the second time since the beginning of the democratic march in the country in 1989.
Jordan, Politics, 3/21/2001
Saudi al-Faisal visit Qatar to sign the border demarcation agreement
The Saudi foreign minister prince Saud al-Faisal started on Tuesday an official visit to Qatar that lasts for two days aiming at signing the final border agreement between the two states.
Saudi Arabia-Qatar, Politics, 3/21/2001
Rulers of Qatar, Bahrain discuss the future of bilateral relations
The ruler of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khaleifa al-Thani on Tuesday discussed with the Ruler of Bahrain Sheikh Hamad Bin Issa al-Khaleifa, who arrived earlier in the day in Doha the future of the Qatari- Bahraini relations, after the release of the sentence of the International Court of Justice to end border disputes between the two countries.
Qatar-Bahrain, Politics, 3/21/2001
Jordanian prime minister confers with Iraqi foreign minister
The Jordanian prime minister Ali Abu al-Ragheb on Tuesday in Amman met with the Iraqi foreign minister Muhammad Saeed al-Sahaf who arrived in Amman on Monday evening.
Jordan-Iraq, Politics, 3/21/2001
Ruler of Qatar confers with Arafat
Qatar-Palestine, Politics, 3/21/2001
Human rights committee discusses Israeli violations
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 3/21/2001
Bulgarian President concludes state visit to Syria
three agreements were signed at al-Shaab palace. The agreements dealt with agriculture, double- taxation and internal security.
Syria-Bulgaria, Politics, 3/21/2001
Saddam expected not to take part in Amman's Arab summit
Iraqi official sources expected in a statement to the London- based al-Sharq al-Awsat in its Tuesday issue that the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein will apologize from taking part personally at the Amman's Arab summit on March 27th.
Iraq-Regional, Politics, 3/21/2001
Arab leaders to tackle four key issues at Amman summit
On politics, the Arab League's General Secretariat will discuss the Arab-Israeli conflict, the Iraq-Kuwait situation, Iran's occupation of the three UAE islands, sanctions on Sudan and Arab-African cooperation as well as assistance for Lebanon, Somalia and the Comoros.
Regional, Politics, 3/21/2001
Kuwait and Mali discuss bilateral relations
Kuwait-Mali, Politics, 3/21/2001
Al-Assad's visit to Washington
The Saudi daily Okaz reported that President Bashar la- Assad will pay a visit to the US in April or May.
Syria-USA, Politics, 3/21/2001
Syrian source denies Syrian re-deployment in al-Shouf
An official Syrian source has denied news that the Syrian forces had made any redeployment in al-Shouf area in Mount Lebanon or near al- Mukhtara village where the house of the Lebanese member of parliament is situated.
Syria-Lebanon, Politics, 3/21/2001
Morocco denounces human rights violations in sequestration camps of Tindouf
Morocco has vehemently denounced the human rights violations perpetrated against the Moroccans sequestered in the polisario-controlled camps in Tindouf, south-western Algeria, and called for intensifying the current dynamic meant to put an end to these violations.
Morocco, Politics, 3/21/2001
Ruler of Kuwait confers with Turkish defense minister
Kuwait-Turkey, Politics, 3/21/2001
Libya, and the US and Britain
The Libyan representative at the UN Abu Zeid Dardara stressed on Monday his conviction that both Britain and the US are acting with good intention towards the talks aiming at clarifying how Tripoli can end the organized sanctions imposed on Libya following the explosion of the Pan American plane over Lockerbie in Scotland.
Libya-USA, Politics, 3/21/2001
Increased US support to the Iraqi opposition
The US state department has stressed that Washington seeks to expand its support to the Iraqi opposition by increasing number of organizations it finances, in addition to the Iraqi national congress which includes the opposition groups.
Iraq, Politics, 3/21/2001
On the occasion of 45th anniversary of Tunisia's Independence
The Tunisian President Zein al-Abidin Bin Ali on Tuesday stressed that "preserving independence is no less important than the struggle to have it," noting that that " the struggle against colonialism has changed today to a struggle for the sake of maintaining the progress of the country, defending the country's sovereignty and perpetuating the freedom of national decision."
Tunisia, Politics, 3/21/2001
Israeli warplanes violate the Lebanese airspace
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 3/21/2001
Al Quds Forum warns against dangerous situation in Occupied territories
Participants in A1 Quads (Jerusalem) Forum called on Arab leaders to take practical steps to prevent further deterioration of the situation in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Regional-Palestine, Politics, 3/20/2001
Ruler of Bahrain to visit Qatar today
A Qatari official stressed on Monday that the ruler of Bahrain Sheikh Hamad Bin Issa al-Khaleifa will today pay a visit to Qatar in a visit which marks the beginning of rapprochement between the two states after settling their border conflict at the decision of the International court of justice.
Qatar-Bahrain, Politics, 3/20/2001
Syrian source denies any nearby government reshuffle
Syria, Politics, 3/20/2001
Ruler of Qatar received a message from the Sudanese President
Qatar-Sudan, Politics, 3/20/2001
Middle East peace process high on Mubarak-Bush Agenda
He said talks would make emphasis on the need for boosting relations in the fields of economy, trade and investment apart from coordination in the fields of education, health and environment.
Egypt-USA, Politics, 3/20/2001
Syrian- Bulgarian Presidents review conditions in ME, Balkan, stress better bilateral relations
The current conditions in some regions of the world and their repercussions on the Middle East and the Balkans as well as details of the situation in the Middle east, its developments in the light of recent circumstances and the situation in the Balkans topped talks held in Damascus at al-Shaab Presidential Palace on Monday between President Bashar al-Assad and the Bulgarian President Peter Stoyanov.
Syria-Bulgaria, Politics, 3/20/2001
Mubarak receives Kuwaiti official
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Monday received a message from Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Jaber AL Ahmed AL Sabah on the pan-Arab Summit, due to open in Amman on March 27.
Egypt-Kuwait, Politics, 3/20/2001
End of UMA ministerial council: next session in october, no date for summit
The ministerial council of the Arab Maghreb Union (UMA) wound up this Tuesday its 8th session with a decision to meet again next October but has not announced any date for a possible summit of the five member states.
Maghreb, Politics, 3/20/2001
Jordan: One Jordanian anti- normalizing trade unionist arrested
Jordan, Politics, 3/20/2001
30 UN chief to take part in the Arab summit
Regional, Politics, 3/20/2001
Algeria, Hungary for boosting relations
Algeria-Hungary, Politics, 3/20/2001
Al- Assad, Arafat to meet on the sideline of the Arab summit
Former chairman of the Palestinian National Council Khaled al-Fahoum said in a statement to the London- based al-Sharq al-Awsat daily issued on Monday that the meeting between President Bashar al-Assad and the chairman of the Palestinian Authority will be held in Amman on the sideline of meetings of the forthcoming Arab summit.
Palestine-Syria, Politics, 3/20/2001
Israeli schemes against Syria and Lebanon
In its recent issue the al-Watan al-Arabi magazine issued in Paris said that the US under secretary of state for the Middle East affairs Edward Walker who recently visited Beirut unveiled an Israeli scheme against Lebanon and Syria in carrying out strikes to the Syrian military positions in the Bekaa plain and batteries of the long-range missiles installed by Syria along the borders with Lebanon and to convert Lebanon and the Bekaa into a " burnt area."
Regional-Israel, Politics, 3/20/2001
Lebanese president gets a message from President Khatami
President Lahoud asked the Iranian minister to convey his greetings and thanks to the Iranian President over the support given by Iran to Lebanon in all walks of life.
Lebanon-Iran, Politics, 3/20/2001
New Zealand and Iraq
New Zealand prime minister Mrs. Helen Clark said on Monday that her country will not send an army office to Kuwait instead of the officer who was killed in the bomb explosion incident in the joint exercises between the Kuwaiti and American forces last week, noting that her country supports the amendment of sanctions imposed on Iraq.
Iraq-New Zealand, Politics, 3/20/2001
Abdul Miguid confers with Kuwaiti foreign minister
The secretary general of the Arab league AL Dr. Ismat Abdul Miguid met with the Kuwaiti foreign minister Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah who said following the meeting that this meeting came in the course of continued consultation and coordination between Kuwait and the Arab league concerning the current Arab conditions and issues debated on the Arab summit.
Regional-Kuwait, Politics, 3/20/2001
Morocco calls international community to protect palestinians
Morocco has called the international community to ensure the protection of the Palestinians and urged the Security Council to dispatch without delay a protection force to the occupied territories.
Morocco-Palestine, Politics, 3/20/2001
International migrations organization chief hails Morocco's democratization efforts
Director general of the International Migrations organization, Brunson McKinley, hailed the efforts made by King Mohammed VI and the Moroccan government to institute an authentic democracy.
Morocco, Politics, 3/20/2001
King Mohammed congratulates emirs of Bahrain and Qatar over end of border dispute
The king who expressed joy at the peaceful settlement of the border dispute between the two sisterly countries, voiced "brotherly and warm" congratulations to the two leaders and hailed their "wisdom and far-sightedness."
Morocco, Politics, 3/20/2001
Sharon to meet with the US president today
The Israeli bombardment targeted a Palestinian women demonstration in Ramullah in which member of the palestinian Legislative council Hanan Ashrawi was wounded.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 3/20/2001
Egypt calls for giving technical assistance to developing countries
Egypt called on the international community to channel technical assistance to developing countries to enable them enhance their institutions in using information and taking decisions, said Egypt's permanent delegate to the UN.
Egypt, Politics, 3/20/2001
UMA Foreign Ministers Council Opens in Algiers
The preparatory follow up committee which wound up Sunday its meeting in Algeria, which holds the UMA rotating chairmanship, recommended to the UMA foreign ministers council to adopt recommendations resulting from specialized commissions, held last month in the five Maghreban capitals.
Maghreb-Algeria, Politics, 3/19/2001
Saudi Arabia, Qatar draw final borders
The Saudi minister of the Interior prince Nayef Bin Abdul Aziz has announced that Saudi Arabia and Qatar will shortly sign a final border demarcation agreement.
Saudi Arabia-Qatar, Politics, 3/19/2001
Qatar, Bahrain to strengthen bilateral relations
Qatar-Bahrain, Politics, 3/19/2001
Al-Assad gets a message from the ruler of Kuwait
Talks dealt with the importance of revitalizing Arab solidarity and the need of coordination among the Arab states for providing the forthcoming Arab summit conference a success.
Syria-Kuwait, Politics, 3/19/2001
Bulgarian President starts today an official visit to Damascus
Syria-Bulgaria, Politics, 3/19/2001
Ebeid reiterates importance of setting up Arab common market
Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Ebeid reiterated the need to establish an Arab common market that would provide a full-fledged opportunity to further inter-Arab trade and merge Arab economies into the new world order.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 3/19/2001
Parliamentary relations between Oman and Iraq to be boosted
Oman-Iraq, Politics, 3/19/2001
Saudi crown prince gets a telephone call from al-Hariri
Saudi Arabia-Lebanon, Politics, 3/19/2001
A new government in Syria
The Lebanese daily al-Mustaqbal ( future) said in its Sunday's issue under the title " the governor of Damascus Ghassan al-Lahham is a candidate to preside the new government," that after talks about forming a new government in Syria in succession of the current government, indications in Damascus have surfaced on that the change will be great in leading position and in the state and the Baath party and not only in the government.
Syria, Politics, 3/19/2001
UAE minister calls for halting all forms of economic, cultural, trade deals with Israel
United Arab Emirates UAE minister of defense Lt. Gen. Muhammad Bin Rashed al-Maktoum has called on the Arab states to halt all forms of economic, cultural and trade dealings with Israel in order to force it to recognizing Arab rights.
United Arab Emirates-Palestine, Politics, 3/19/2001
Cooperation between Bahrain, Japan
Bahrain-Japan, Politics, 3/19/2001
Qaddafi: African federation will change the map of the continent
Libyan President Muaammar al-Qaddafi has expressed his conviction that the African federation which was established in March 2000 will change the map of Africa, calling on the Libyans to " realize this fact in their political and economic behaviors."
Libya, Politics, 3/19/2001
Kadhafi pleads on the need to harness water resources
Libyan President Moammar Qadhafi, Sunday in Sirte (450 km east of Tripoli) reiterated the importance for Arab business to invest in Africa's various development sectors, especially in the development of water resources.
Libya-Regional, Politics, 3/19/2001
Islamic inter-parliamentary union holds congress in Morocco
Morocco will host the second congress of the inter-parliamentary union of the member countries of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) next September 24-26.
Regional, Politics, 3/19/2001
Somali President calls for International support to build peace in his country
News reports quoted the Somali President in a press statement he made on Friday " we can not implement what is needed from us without having resources,"
Somalia, Politics, 3/19/2001
Water conflict in the Middle East
Regional-Israel, Politics, 3/19/2001
US seeks Syrian views on peace
Sources at the Syrian foreign ministry told the Kuwaiti daily al-Anbaa that the telephone call President Bashar al-Assad received from his American counterpart George Bush reflects the desire of the new American administration of knowing the Syrian position towards the peace process and exploring latest developments to this end on the wake of the visit of the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon to Washington.
Syria-USA, Politics, 3/19/2001
Amman Summit calls for closer relations with EU, Russia
The Arab Summit is expected to call on holding an extraordinary meeting of the United Nations General Assembly with the aim of providing international protection for the Palestinian people.
Egypt-Regional, Politics, 3/19/2001
Protection of Palestinians, an ever- pressing demand
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa expressed hope that the Security Council would reach a collective stand on providing protection for the Palestinians, adding that denying the Palestinians this right is a double-standard policy and a setback for the march of human rights.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 3/19/2001
Sharon in Washington, amid tightened Israeli repression
In the course of its policy to tighten the siege imposed on the Palestinian areas, the Israeli forces started to rebuild the electric wall separating Gaza and the territories of 1948, of which great part was destroyed by the Intifada.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 3/19/2001
Former Resisters of Southern Province Denounce as Biased UNHCR Document
Former resisters and former members of the liberation army of the Moroccan southern region of Oued Eddahab-Lagouira denounced the "tendentious and biased document" that was circulated last week by the High commissioner for refugees (HCR).
Morocco, Politics, 3/19/2001
Israeli cabinet ratifies Tarif as a minister in the new government
During its weekly session held on Sunday, the israeli cabinet approved assigning " the minister at large" Saleh tarif as a chairman for the ministerial committee in charge of the affairs of the Arabs of 1948 territories in the occupied Palestinian territories, according to the Israeli radio on Sunday.
Israel-Palestine, Politics, 3/19/2001
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