Palestinian ministers

Siems, Shelby; McLaughlin, Abraham
August 1995
Christian Science Monitor;8/14/95, Vol. 87 Issue 181, p2
Reports Palestinian ministers' talk with Israel on the Palestinian problem, as reported on August 14, 1995. Note on the violence in the West Bank and the Gaza strip.


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