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Sun Foreign StaffAMMAN, Jordan - The Bush administration sharply criticized Syria for a second consecutive day yesterday, accusing its leaders of giving refuge to senior Iraqi officials and possessing chemical weapons - allegations that Syria denied. U.S. Secretary of...
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - Hours after Palestinian militants killed five Israeli soldiers in two attacks, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon faced a raucous and sometimes volatile crowd of fellow Likud Party members last night and defended his support for a U.S.-backed...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush softened his criticism of an Israeli security barrier in the West Bank yesterday after Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon rejected U.S. and Palestinian demands that the project be halted. Four days after describing the...
Tags: Defense, Israel, Judaism, United Nations, Mahmoud Abbas
Sun StaffJERUSALEM - After months of delays and debate, diplomats formally delivered yesterday an outline of the U.S.-backed Middle East peace plan called the "road map" to the Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers. When and in what form the two sides will...
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 StaffJERUSALEM - Three Palestinian militant groups agreed yesterday to halt attacks on Israel for three months, an accord that remained tenuous as violence continued on both sides, and local militia leaders said a formal truce was not yet a certainty....
Sun Foreign StaffGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - As Israel's prime minister congratulated the military for assassinating Sheik Ahmed Yassin, the spiritual leader of the militant group Hamas, more than 200,000 Palestinians jammed the streets for his funeral march and vowed...
Sun Foreign StaffTEL AVIV, Israel - A young Palestinian mother of two blew herself up yesterday at the main crossing point between the Gaza Strip and Israel for Palestinian workers, killing herself and four Israelis. The bomber detonated the explosives at the Erez...
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - The Israeli army began dismantling Jewish settlement outposts on the West Bank yesterday, starting with two empty trailers and a watchtower, in a step required by a U.S.-backed peace initiative. Israeli officials said that as many as 15...
Tags: Defense, Israel, Human Rights, Judaism, Religious Conflicts
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM -- Four members of the group Hamas, including a commander of its military wing, were killed last night in an Israeli missile strike in Gaza shortly after an army official warned that "all Hamas militants are potential targets." Some witnesses...
Sun Foreign StaffRAMALLAH, West Bank - For the first time in 26 months, Awad and Sulieman Mashal were free, and friends hoisted the brothers above a crowd, everyone's cheers drowned out by the blasts of car horns as people celebrated the release of Palestinian prisoners...
Tags: Defense, Israel, Armed Forces, Prisons, Mahmoud Abbas
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush demanded yesterday that Arab and European states work harder to prevent Palestinian attacks against Israelis, after five suicide bombings in 48 hours dealt a blow to the Middle East peace plan that Bush has vowed to lead....
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