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Friday, May 5, 2006
US 'blocks' Palestinian aid plan
EU diplomats say the US is blocking plans to resume aid to the Palestinians that would bypass Hamas.
bbc 6:09:00 PM CEST
Swedish PM defends decision to grant visa to Hamas minister
haaretzdaily 12:40:00 PM CEST
7 days before.
New Palestinian force launched over Abbas veto Similarity: 0.30
6 days before.
Palestinian Territories Falling Into Chaos Similarity: 0.59
4 days before.
Gaza chaos goes on as Hamas struggles to rule Similarity: 0.62
3 days before.
Hamas moves to fix salary crisis Similarity: 0.31
2 days before.
Newsweek: Shutting off money for Hamas Similarity: 0.60
1 day before.
EU divided over Hamas policy Similarity: 0.70
1 day after.
Gunmen Lead Militants' Funeral Procession Similarity: 0.45
Israeli shelling kills Gaza farmer Similarity: 0.37
2 days after.
Palestinians Strike for Overdue Salaries Similarity: 0.44
3 days after.
3 Militants Killed in Gaza Fighting Similarity: 0.51
5 days after.
Israel Gives Hamas Deadline to Negotiate Similarity: 0.30
Palestinian Militants End Internal Fights Similarity: 0.33
Jordan Says It Nabs 20 Hamas Activists Similarity: 0.33
6 days after.
Prisoners soften stance on Israel Similarity: 0.60
4 days after.
Mediators to tackle Hamas freeze Similarity: 0.42
Fatah supporters hurt in Gaza clash Similarity: 0.38
7 days after.
Hamas Supporters Help Palestinian Gov't Similarity: 0.50
Hamas denies Jordan attacks plot Similarity: 0.31
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