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December 2, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Yasser Arafat's government took control of health and tax systems in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, broadening Palestinian autonomy despite the pall cast on peacemaking by a new attack by Islamic radicals in which an Israeli soldier was hacked to death Wednesday. The move completed the first stage of giving Palestinians control over daily affairs in the West Bank.
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January 30, 2013 | By Edmund Sanders
JERUSALEM -- Israeli officials promised Wednesday to transfer one-month's worth of Palestinian tax collections to the cash-strapped Palestinian Authority. But Israel cautioned that the move does not necessarily signal the transfers will resume as usual and that the step was taken to enable the authority to handle its ongoing budgetary crisis. The money, about $100 million a month, is collected at Israeli ports from Palestinian importers and is supposed to be forwarded to the West Bank.
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January 30, 2013 | By Edmund Sanders
JERUSALEM -- Israeli officials promised Wednesday to transfer one-month's worth of Palestinian tax collections to the cash-strapped Palestinian Authority. But Israel cautioned that the move does not necessarily signal the transfers will resume as usual and that the step was taken to enable the authority to handle its ongoing budgetary crisis. The money, about $100 million a month, is collected at Israeli ports from Palestinian importers and is supposed to be forwarded to the West Bank.
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December 2, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Yasser Arafat's government took control of health and tax systems in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, broadening Palestinian autonomy despite the pall cast on peacemaking by a new attack by Islamic radicals in which an Israeli soldier was hacked to death Wednesday. The move completed the first stage of giving Palestinians control over daily affairs in the West Bank.
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