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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....
Special to the TribuneFor more than a year, the fate of three Israeli soldiers seized by Hezbollah guerrillas on the border with Lebanon has been a mystery. The Islamic movement demanded the release of 19 prisoners in exchange for the men but refused to say whether the...
Tags: United Nations, Guerrilla Activity, Syria, Death, Judaism
Tribune foreign correspondentDespite being on Israel's most-wanted list, Abdel Rahman Hamad regularly read the Koran on the roof terrace of his home just 300 yards from the Israel-West Bank border. It was a fatal miscalculation. Soon after sunrise Sunday, the militant Hamas leader...
Tags: Armed Conflicts, Terrorism, Government, Osama bin Laden, Judaism
Sun Foreign StaffROSH HAAYIN, Israel - Fracturing an already shaky 6-week-old cease-fire, two teen-age Palestinian suicide bombers blew themselves up in successive attacks yesterday, killing two Israelis and wounding 11 others. The bombings, at a mall in this small...
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