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November 13, 1992 | Associated Press
Israel agreed to participate in a conference on Middle East refugees on Thursday after it was persuaded to accept the head of the Palestinian delegation as a negotiating partner. But the conference ended with the delegates unable to reach consensus on key issues. Further talks were set for next year in Norway.
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November 13, 1992 | Associated Press
Israel agreed to participate in a conference on Middle East refugees on Thursday after it was persuaded to accept the head of the Palestinian delegation as a negotiating partner. But the conference ended with the delegates unable to reach consensus on key issues. Further talks were set for next year in Norway.
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NEWS
January 30, 1991
The UNITED NATIONS and other relief bodies are getting ready to cope with a wave of up to 400,000 refugees from Iraq. U.N. Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees Douglas Stafford told a Brussels news conference that aid agencies are preparing facilities for 100,000 refugees each in four countries bordering Iraq, and hope by the middle of next week to have camps, water and food for 35,000 people in IRAN, 40,000 in JORDAN, 25,000 in SYRIA and 20,000 in TURKEY.
NEWS
January 30, 1991
The UNITED NATIONS and other relief bodies are getting ready to cope with a wave of up to 400,000 refugees from Iraq. U.N. Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees Douglas Stafford told a Brussels news conference that aid agencies are preparing facilities for 100,000 refugees each in four countries bordering Iraq, and hope by the middle of next week to have camps, water and food for 35,000 people in IRAN, 40,000 in JORDAN, 25,000 in SYRIA and 20,000 in TURKEY.
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August 7, 1987 | From Reuters
Saudi Arabia is sending sacrificial meat to Islamic countries to distribute to refugees after the slaughter of nearly two million lambs near Mecca on Tuesday as part of the annual Muslim pilgrimage. The official Saudi Press Agency said that trucks carrying 6,000 lamb carcasses left Thursday for Jordan for distribution among Palestinian refugees. So far, 52 trucks carrying 31,200 carcasses have gone to Jordan, the agency said.
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January 28, 1991 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The wail of air raid sirens on TV strikes terror into the heart of 17-year-old Pourya Khourassani of University High School, catapulting him back to the days when Iraqi missiles rained down on his native Tehran and filled the night air with screams, explosions and breaking glass. For Khourassani's Iraqi classmate Rashid, the footage of U.S.
NEWS
August 8, 1990 | From Associated Press
Numbed by terror and loss, Kuwaiti refugees are telling of desperate attempts to escape the Iraqi assault wave and of invaders killing people who tried to stop them from entering private homes. One refugee, 7-year-old Fahd, said Iraqi soldiers had forced their way into his family's Kuwait City home and made them turn over everything they owned.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1991 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The wail of air raid sirens on TV strikes terror into the heart of 17-year-old Pourya Khourassani of University High School, catapulting him back to the days when Iraqi missiles rained down on his native Tehran and filled the night air with screams, explosions and breaking glass. For Khourassani's Iraqi classmate Rashid, the footage of U.S.
NEWS
August 8, 1990 | From Associated Press
Numbed by terror and loss, Kuwaiti refugees are telling of desperate attempts to escape the Iraqi assault wave and of invaders killing people who tried to stop them from entering private homes. One refugee, 7-year-old Fahd, said Iraqi soldiers had forced their way into his family's Kuwait City home and made them turn over everything they owned.
NEWS
August 7, 1987 | From Reuters
Saudi Arabia is sending sacrificial meat to Islamic countries to distribute to refugees after the slaughter of nearly two million lambs near Mecca on Tuesday as part of the annual Muslim pilgrimage. The official Saudi Press Agency said that trucks carrying 6,000 lamb carcasses left Thursday for Jordan for distribution among Palestinian refugees. So far, 52 trucks carrying 31,200 carcasses have gone to Jordan, the agency said.
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