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May 22, 1987
Courts in Rome and Vienna sentenced three Palestinians to prison terms for two separate terrorist attacks. Ahmed Ben Chaoval, 27, and Ben Abdallah Saadkoui, 28, were given life terms by a Vienna court for a machine gun and grenade attack at the city's Schwechat airport in December, 1985, that left four people dead and 47 wounded. Both were members of a Palestinian faction loyal to the Abu Nidal terror group.
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December 12, 1994 | Reuters
In a historic move, former adversaries Israel and Jordan officially opened embassies Sunday in each other's largest cities, making Jordan the second Arab country to establish an embassy in the Jewish state.
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NEWS
December 12, 1994 | Reuters
In a historic move, former adversaries Israel and Jordan officially opened embassies Sunday in each other's largest cities, making Jordan the second Arab country to establish an embassy in the Jewish state.
NEWS
May 22, 1987
Courts in Rome and Vienna sentenced three Palestinians to prison terms for two separate terrorist attacks. Ahmed Ben Chaoval, 27, and Ben Abdallah Saadkoui, 28, were given life terms by a Vienna court for a machine gun and grenade attack at the city's Schwechat airport in December, 1985, that left four people dead and 47 wounded. Both were members of a Palestinian faction loyal to the Abu Nidal terror group.
NEWS
December 4, 1991 | MELISSA HEALY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the first known spy case connected with Operation Desert Storm, an Army artilleryman has been convicted of espionage after admitting that he sold troop deployment information and samples of chemical warfare protection suits to Iraqi and Jordanian diplomats, Pentagon officials said Tuesday. Army officials said that Specialist Albert T. Sombolay, a naturalized American from Zaire, was sentenced to 34 years in prison July 17 on charges of espionage and contacting the enemy.
WORLD
December 15, 2002
Security forces have arrested two suspected Al Qaeda members in the assassination of a U.S. diplomat here two months ago, asserting that the men were planning a series of attacks across Jordan on embassies, celebrities, airliners and other targets, authorities said Saturday.
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