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Associated PressWASHINGTON - U.S. commandos in Baghdad have captured Abul Abbas, leader of the violent Palestinian group that killed an American on the hijacked cruise ship Achille Lauro in 1985, U.S. officials said yesterday. Abbas was taken by American special...
SunSpot StaffWMAR: Sun correspondent Peter Hermann in Cairo joins us now by phone with more of the Arab reaction to the war with Iraq. Peter, we've seen some video of a lot of the protests in that region. Give us your first-hand account. Peter Hermann: Well, the...
Tags: Cairo (Egypt), Death, Television, Iraq, Peter Hermann
Sun Foreign StaffFinally, there was a worthy leader for a people hungry for pride. The Arab world long believed that in Saddam Hussein, it had found the person who could intimidate Israel - it was Hussein who at the height of his powers threatened to make all of Israel...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Israel has vowed a fight to the finish against Hamas, a militant Palestinian group with the bloodiest record of attacks against Israeli civilians in recent years, but some U.S. analysts and Palestinian politicians say it will be difficult, if...
Sun Foreign StaffRAFIA YAM, Gaza Strip -- The pizza shop here has lost most of its customers, and the nearby hardware store is mostly empty, too. Avishai Nativ, the pizza maker, and Meir Rotenstein, owner of the hardware store, are among the first residents of this...
Tags: Television, Philosophy, Israel, Yeshivas, Elections
Sun StaffWhen Baltimore taxi driver Marc Baladi failed to show up at the home of Terri Uttermohlen on Tuesday afternoon, she knew something was amiss. He had just dropped off a ballet teacher in Columbia, then phoned to say he would be arriving in half an hour....
Sun Foreign StaffAQABA, Jordan - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and his Palestinian counterpart, Mahmoud Abbas, offered unprecedented promises in the name of peace yesterday, urged along by President Bush, who said he had accomplished what he intended in his first...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush has decided to put his prestige on the line in the violence-stricken Middle East more than ever before, with a high-stakes visit to Jordan next week to meet with Prime Minister Ariel Sharon of Israel and the new Palestinian...
Tags: Bombings, Summits, Guerrilla Activity, Crisis, Heads of State
Associated PressCAIRO, Egypt - Osama bin Laden has cash, men and the kind of personality around which cults are built. But it's a surgeon from Cairo who is thought to have the experience and ideological commitment to keep the world's most feared terror group operating....
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - With the world's biggest central banks driving yields on safe assets to near zero, some investors are tossing caution to the wind and rushing to buy illiquid and previously overlooked bonds sold by countries with no capital markets...
Tags: Investments, Paraguay, Rwanda, Argentina, Finance
CAIRO — The families and colleagues of seven Egyptian soldiers who were kidnapped last week in North Sinai kept Egypt’s borders with the Gaza Strip closed Sunday for the third day in a row. Nearly 170 demonstrators have gathered inside the...
Tags: Hamas, Cairo (Egypt), Mohamed Morsi, Israel, Fatah
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