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March 17, 1997 | REBECCA TROUNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jordan's King Hussein flew to Israel on Sunday for a series of emotional visits with the families of seven schoolgirls slain by a rogue Jordanian soldier, making a dramatic gesture of solidarity despite growing tensions over Israeli construction plans in disputed East Jerusalem. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accompanied Hussein throughout his visit and appeared touched by the Jordanian monarch's words of comfort for the grieving families in this town about 10 miles west of Jerusalem.
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September 15, 1997 | From Reuters
Jewish settlers on Sunday occupied at least two houses in an Arab East Jerusalem neighborhood where Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to bar a new Jewish settlement, witnesses said. They said about 15 Palestinians briefly stoned the settlers' cars, smashing the windows of eight vehicles in the neighborhood of Ras al Amud. No one was injured. The stone-throwing stopped when dozens of heavily armed Israeli police arrived.
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April 20, 1997 | From Associated Press
Yasser Arafat ordered Palestinian security forces Saturday to start cooperating again with their Israeli counterparts, ending an angry one-month break in contacts, Israeli army radio said. The Palestinian Authority president's reported concession followed Israeli-Palestinian security meetings mediated by U.S. envoy Dennis B. Ross, who returned to Washington on Saturday after his latest attempt to revive the Middle East peace process.
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April 20, 1997 | From Associated Press
Yasser Arafat ordered Palestinian security forces Saturday to start cooperating again with their Israeli counterparts, ending an angry one-month break in contacts, Israeli army radio said. The Palestinian Authority president's reported concession followed Israeli-Palestinian security meetings mediated by U.S. envoy Dennis B. Ross, who returned to Washington on Saturday after his latest attempt to revive the Middle East peace process.
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September 15, 1997 | From Reuters
Jewish settlers on Sunday occupied at least two houses in an Arab East Jerusalem neighborhood where Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to bar a new Jewish settlement, witnesses said. They said about 15 Palestinians briefly stoned the settlers' cars, smashing the windows of eight vehicles in the neighborhood of Ras al Amud. No one was injured. The stone-throwing stopped when dozens of heavily armed Israeli police arrived.
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March 17, 1997 | REBECCA TROUNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jordan's King Hussein flew to Israel on Sunday for a series of emotional visits with the families of seven schoolgirls slain by a rogue Jordanian soldier, making a dramatic gesture of solidarity despite growing tensions over Israeli construction plans in disputed East Jerusalem. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accompanied Hussein throughout his visit and appeared touched by the Jordanian monarch's words of comfort for the grieving families in this town about 10 miles west of Jerusalem.
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