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SunSpot StaffFrom a refurbished broom factory in the west end of Canton, an Internet Service Provider serves up one of the most prominent Web sites of Hezbollah, a group designated by the State Department as a terrorist organization. The site boasts of how the...
Tags: Judges, George W. Bush, El Segundo, Death, Israel
From Wire ReportsJERUSALEM -- A suicide bomber blew himself up on a Jerusalem bus early today, and seven passengers and the bomber were killed. At least 20 others were wounded, four in serious condition, and another bomber blew himself up on the outskirts of the city....
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,...
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON - A senior Hamas leader and two other activists were indicted on charges that they ran a racketeering enterprise over 15 years that used U.S. bank accounts to finance the militant Palestinian group, the Justice Department announced yesterday....
Tags: Gaza Crisis (2008), Defendants, Defense, Prosecution, Gaza Strip
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...
Tribune staff reporterGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip -- A two-pronged effort to end a surge of violence and arrange an Israeli withdrawal from the northern Gaza Strip gathered momentum yesterday, with an Egyptian delegation meeting Hamas leaders and Israeli and Palestinian officials...
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - The Palestinian militant group Hamas, responsible for suicide bombings against Israelis, cut off talks with the new Palestinian prime minister yesterday, sabotaging his attempt to stop violence through negotiations and straining an American-...
Tags: Gaza Crisis (2008), Bombings, Yasser Arafat, Suicide, Gaza Strip
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush, trying to keep a fragile new Middle East peace process on track, sharply rebuked Israel yesterday for a helicopter strike that was aimed at a leader of Hamas. The president warned that such attacks could weaken the ability...
Sun Foreign StaffGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Israeli and Palestinian officials are warning that Iran is actively working to promote violence here and undermine chances for an Arab-Israeli peace settlement. Palestinian officials, usually reluctant to acknowledge external...
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...
Sun Foreign StaffGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - A leader of the Palestinian militant group Hamas was wounded yesterday when Israeli helicopters fired missiles at his vehicle, killing two people and dimming prospects for a U.S.-backed peace plan. Dr. Abdel Aziz Rantisi, one of...
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