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Holocaust Survivors Protest Size of Payments Planned by Israel (New York Times)
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Mon, 06 Aug 2007 00:13:07 GMT

Demonstrators in Israel demanded that the government revoke a decision to provide a monthly stipend of roughly $20 to the country?s Holocaust survivors.


More than 300 gunmen accept Israel's amnesty offer (USA Today)
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Sun, 05 Aug 2007 20:38:41 GMT

Most gunmen with ties to President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement have given up their weapons as part of an amnesty deal that seeks to improve ties between Israel and Abbas's moderate Palestinian leadership, a senior Palestinian security official said Sunday.


Israel receives new British request over 2003 journalist killing (AFP via Yahoo! News)
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Sun, 05 Aug 2007 12:01:38 GMT

Israel said on Sunday it has been asked by Britain to reopen the case of the 2003 killing of a British journalist in Gaza by suspected Israeli fire.


Holocaust survivors protest Israel's offer of $20 stipends (Houston Chronicle)
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Sun, 05 Aug 2007 23:54:29 GMT

Holocaust survivors in Israel demanded Sunday that the Jewish state raise what they consider a laughable new offer of $20 monthly stipends.


Israel faces Holocaust protests (BBC News)
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Sun, 05 Aug 2007 15:44:30 GMT

Hundreds of Holocaust survivors protest in Israel, accusing the government of failing to provide for them.


Holocaust survivors in Israel demand more state support (The Scotsman)
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Mon, 06 Aug 2007 00:19:07 GMT

ELDERLY Holocaust survivors in Israel have marched outside Israel's parliament yesterday to demand more state support.


Award-winning film-maker's death divides UK and Israel (Independent)
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Sun, 05 Aug 2007 23:29:21 GMT

Britain and Israel face a diplomatic and legal showdown this week over the death of James Miller, an award-winning British film-maker who was shot by Israel soldiers while working on a documentary in the Gaza Strip more than four years ago.


West Bank agrees to Israel amnesty (The Scotsman)
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Mon, 06 Aug 2007 00:14:18 GMT

MORE than 300 West Bank gunmen with ties to president Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah movement have given up their weapons as part of an amnesty deal with Israel.


Official: West Bank gunmen accept Israel's amnesty deal and disarm (KRQE Albuquerque)
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Mon, 06 Aug 2007 00:42:27 GMT

RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) - A senior Palestinian security official says most gunmen with ties to Fatah have given up their weapons as part of an amnesty deal with Israel.


Courier News Online - Israel: 300 West Bank gunmen have accepted amnesty deal (Bridgewater Courier News)
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Mon, 06 Aug 2007 01:06:06 GMT

RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — Most gunmen with ties to President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement have given up their weapons as part of an amnesty deal that seeks to improve ties between Israel and Abbas’s moderate Palestinian leadership, a senior Palestinian security official said Sunday.