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NEWS
November 15, 1988 | From Reuters
The cornerstone of the first embassy of a newly declared Palestinian state will be laid at a ceremony in central Algiers today. Palestinian sources said a commemorative plaque marking a symbolic declaration of independence by the Palestinian parliament in exile, meeting in the Algerian capital, had already been prepared. It will be placed on the site by Palestinian leaders after they issue the declaration at the end of a landmark meeting of the Palestine National Council today.
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NEWS
November 16, 1990 | DANIEL WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was late last week, and a group of senior Palestinian nationalist leaders was being lectured by an Israeli police officer on how to avoid attack from right-wing radicals. Although the officer was deadly serious--vengeance attacks between Israelis and Palestinians have become frequent--the Palestinians were somewhat giddy at the lecture. After all, when the police come calling on Arab political leaders, it is usually for questioning or arrest.
WORLD
April 16, 2009 | Times Wire Reports
President Obama's special envoy to the Middle East, George J. Mitchell, arrived in Israel on a push to revive the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace process. The right-leaning government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has so far refused to commit itself to resuming talks with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas or to freezing Jewish settlement growth in the West Bank, both priorities for the new U.S. administration. Starting his first visit to Israel since Netanyahu took office late last month, Mitchell met Defense Minister Ehud Barak in Tel Aviv, Barak's office said.
NEWS
January 28, 1988 | From a Times Staff Writer
Two Palestinian leaders Wednesday urged Secretary of State George P. Shultz to create a U.S.-led multinational peace force to protect Palestinians from Israeli troops in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. "Our people are in urgent need of immediate international protection from the brutality of Israel's military authorities," Hanna Siniora, editor of an Arabic-language Jerusalem newspaper, and Fayez abu Rahme, president of the Gaza Bar Assn.
NEWS
December 28, 1988 | From Reuters
Underground leaders of a Palestinian uprising in the Israeli-occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip have floated the idea of declaring a conditional truce, Palestinian and Israeli sources said today. In exchange, Israel would be expected to release about 1,500 Palestinian activists imprisoned without trial and allow free municipal elections in the occupied territories. At least 348 Palestinians and 14 Israelis have been killed during the year-old uprising, including two more Arab teen-agers today.
NEWS
September 16, 1990 | From Associated Press
Two Marxist Palestinians who were banned from Jordan for 20 years were greeted by loud applause as a conference of leftist and Islamic groups convened Saturday to demonstrate solidarity with Iraq's Saddam Hussein. The participation of George Habash and Nayef Hawatmeh underscored a growing alliance between Iraq and radical Arab factions that is alarming Western officials.
WORLD
April 10, 2014 | By Batsheva Sobelman
JERUSALEM -- Israel imposed a series of economic sanctions against the Palestinians Thursday amid a deadlock in peace negotiations. Israel will not transfer to the Palestinians the tax revenue it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority and said it would use the money to cover Palestinian debts to Israel. Israel transfers about $100 million per month in tax revenue to the Palestinian Authority. Palestinian debts to Israel include $150 million to Israel's electric company.
NEWS
January 15, 1987 | H.G. REZA, Times Staff Writer
Officials of a university foundation, reacting to Israel's refusal to grant two Palestinian leaders travel permits to the United States, Wednesday canceled a meeting of prominent Israelis, Egyptians and Palestinians here to discuss Israel's occupation of Arab territories. Robert Ontell, executive director of the San Diego State University Foundation's Fred J.
WORLD
September 1, 2010 | By Edmund Sanders, Los Angeles Times
As Israeli and Palestinian leaders headed to Washington for a much-anticipated peace summit, four Israelis were killed Tuesday near the disputed West Bank city of Hebron after their vehicle came under fire from unidentified gunmen. The militant Hamas movement, which rules the Gaza Strip, later took responsibility for the attack. Drive-by shootings on the roads near the Jewish settlement of Kiryat Arba adjoining Hebron and the Gush Etzion settlement block to the north are not uncommon, though Tuesday's attack was one of the deadliest in months.
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