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January 16, 1997 | A Times Staff Writer
Raising the prospect of cuts in U.S. economic support to the Middle East if funding of America's foreign aid is reduced further, Secretary of State Warren Christopher on Wednesday challenged Congress to provide the money that he says is vital to maintaining American global leadership.
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January 16, 1997 | A Times Staff Writer
Raising the prospect of cuts in U.S. economic support to the Middle East if funding of America's foreign aid is reduced further, Secretary of State Warren Christopher on Wednesday challenged Congress to provide the money that he says is vital to maintaining American global leadership.
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June 21, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The House approved a two-year, $25-billion foreign aid bill that sets out a plan to halt the Middle East arms race, including a freeze on U.S. sales of major weapons systems in the region. The plan would freeze sales until another supplier nation breaks the moratorium or until the U.S. program is replaced with multinational restraints.
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June 21, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The House approved a two-year, $25-billion foreign aid bill that sets out a plan to halt the Middle East arms race, including a freeze on U.S. sales of major weapons systems in the region. The plan would freeze sales until another supplier nation breaks the moratorium or until the U.S. program is replaced with multinational restraints.
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