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Sun Foreign StaffRAMALLAH, West Bank - The man who calls himself Abu Musab summons the faithful to prayer. Five times a day his voice bellows from speakers atop a mosque minaret. He says he is a man of God, but Israeli authorities would say he is not a man of peace. Abu...
Barry Rab, Afula, Israel: Will Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat give Ahmed Qureia the means to get rid of Hamas and the other Palestinian militant groups, or will it be just like Mahmoud Abbas' attempt? Hermann: That is a question that Palestinians,...
Tags: Severna Park, Peace Negotiations, Gaza Strip, Death, Charity
Sun StaffAt least three foreign journalists were killed and several others wounded by two American strikes in Baghdad yesterday. While U.S. officials said soldiers were returning enemy fire in each case, the deaths sparked bitter accusations that the United States...
Sun Foreign StaffRAMALLAH, West Bank - Rami Fadayel traveled yesterday from one world to another, from an Israeli prison cell to this scene in the West Bank: celebratory gunfire by Palestinian police, children waving Palestinian flags, roses from his mother, a kiss from...
Tags: Peace Negotiations, Gaza Strip, Death, Diplomacy, Israel
Sun Foreign StaffNETZARIM JUNCTION, Gaza Strip - This is a simple-looking intersection, straightforward in its design and purely functional. It is remarkable only for its location and the people who cross it. The roads don't just intersect, they collide, with the full...
Sun Foreign StaffGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Palestinian militant groups yesterday declared an end to a nearly 8-week-old cease-fire with Israel after an Israeli missile strike killed a leader of Hamas on a residential street. Ismail Abu Shanab, who often served as a...
Los Angeles TimesJERUSALEM - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said yesterday that he had authorized the military to step up its efforts against armed militants in the Gaza Strip amid what he termed inaction by the new Palestinian leadership. The announcement came...
Tags: Death, Gaza Strip, Armed Conflicts, Israel, Elections
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...
ARLINGTON, Va. -- The United States of America has been attacked in an act of war that reminds us of the secret and unprovoked attack on Pearl Harbor 60 years ago. Except this time, the attack was not by a nation-state. The deliberate and premeditated...
Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - The sights, sounds and smells of what had been Saddam Hussein's capital converged yesterday toward one inescapable conclusion - while the war may be closer to an end, the fight for peace is likely to take long and dangerous work....
Tags: Weaponry, Children, U.S. Army, Business, Plant Openings
Sun Foreign StaffGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - The fisherman's hands were coated with grit and slime. He stood in the market holding his newly caught tuna by the tail and scowled as the merchants shouted bids for his 30-pound catch. When the offers stopped at $7, Wajeh...
Tags: Death, Trips and Vacations, Gaza Strip, Armed Conflicts, Israel
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - The Israeli army killed Sheik Ahmed Yassin, founder and spiritual leader of the Palestinian militant group Hamas, in a dawn helicopter strike yesterday as he and his bodyguards left a mosque near his home in Gaza City, Israeli authorities...
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