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The ruling Hamas movement and President Mahmoud Abbas’ office haveaccused each other of trying to derail the proposed Palestinianunity government that officials hope will lift Western sanctions. – (The Age — 18 September, 2006)
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ISRAEL’S cabinet has appointed a commission to investigate the waythe Government and military handled the Lebanon war, bowing tocalls for an inquiry but rejecting veterans’ demands for anindependent investigation. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 18 September, 2006)
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Palestinian unity talks stall amid accusations
Palestinian unity talks stall amid accusations

The ruling Hamas movement and President Mahmoud Abbas’s office accused each other on Sunday of trying to derail a planned Palestinian unity government that officials hope will lift Western sanctions. (MSNBC — 17 September, 2006)
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Aides of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas say he has frozen talks on forming a unity government after Hamas said it would not accept existing peace deals with Israel The impasse threatens to un (ABC News — 17 September, 2006)
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A chief Palestinian aide says Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has reassured Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni that a national unity government he is negotiating with Hamas will recognise Israe (ABC News — 19 September, 2006)
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Bodyguards for Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh opened fire outside the parliament building Monday to disperse a crowd of protesters angry over the government’s failure to end a growing economic crisis in the Gaza Strip. One woman was wounded in the melee. (International Herald Tribune — 18 September, 2006)
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Many Israelis, including a large number of disgruntled reserve soldiers, have been demanding an inquiry. (New York Times — 18 September, 2006)
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President George W. Bush described Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas as “a man of peace” who can help advance Mideast talks that stalled after Hamas swept to power during the last elections. At a meeting in New York on Wednesday, Abbas told Bush, “We are in dire need of your help and support.” (International Herald Tribune — 7 hours ago)
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Israel’s foreign minister calls for permanent channels of dialogue with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas. (BBC News — 19 September, 2006)
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Following his meeting with British Prime Minister (Aljazeera — 17 September, 2006)
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As Mahmoud Abbas tries to assemble a national unity government, the battling between Fatah and Hamas continues apace. (International Herald Tribune — 20 hours ago)
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