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PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX6SRE
June 11, 2008
Mourners carry the body of Palestinian militant Mohammed Abu-Haleeb during his funeral in Khan Younis,...
Jabalia, Palestinian Territories
Palestinians carry body of militant during funeral in southern Gaza
Mourners carry the body of Palestinian militant Mohammed Abu-Haleeb during his funeral in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip, June 11, 2008. Hamas reported Abu-Haleeb was killed by Israeli forces during clashes in the Gaza Strip Wednesday. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/VIOLENCE
RTX6S87
June 11, 2008
Palestinians carry the body of Mohammed Asaliya during his funeral in Jabalia refugee camp in the northern...
Jabalia, Palestinian Territories
Palestinians carry body of Asaliya during funeral in Jabalia
Palestinians carry the body of Mohammed Asaliya during his funeral in Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip June 11, 2008. Israeli forces killed four Palestinians, including a 9-year-old girl, in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Wednesday, Palestinian medical workers said. During the Israeli operation, soldiers shot and killed a Hamas gunman and a civilian, the medical workers and Hamas officials said. Another Palestinian civilian was killed in an Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Ismail Zaydah (GAZA)
MIDEAST
RTR120V
July 28, 2003
A Palestininian boy carries away a bag of flour, which was distributed
free of charge at a United Nations...
Jabalia, Palestine
PALESTINIAN BOY CARRIES BAG OF FLOUR AWAY FROM A U.N. DISTRIBUTION
CENTRE AT THE JABALIA REFUGEE CAMP....
A Palestininian boy carries away a bag of flour, which was distributed
free of charge at a United Nations Relief and Works Agency for
Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) distribution centre at the Jabalia refugee
camp July 28, 2003. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon arrived in the
United States for talks with U.S. President George W. Bush which will
come on the heels of a similar visit by Palestinian prime minister
Mahmoud Abbas.

REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
MIDEAST
RTRVG9
July 23, 2003
Palestininian police pass by a huge poster of Palestinian President
Yasser Arafat as theypatrol through...
Jabalia, Palestine
PALESTINIAN POLICE PATROL IN JABALIA REFUGEE CAMP.
Palestininian police pass by a huge poster of Palestinian President
Yasser Arafat as theypatrol through a street in Jabalia refugee camp
July 23, 2003. Palestinians on Wednesday said Prime Minister Mahmoud
Abbas's political future rides on a Washington visit where he will seek
U.S. pressure on Israel to release prisoners and move forward with
peace moves. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

FAB/AA
MIDEAST
RTRHO5Z
February 03, 2003
A nurse holds shrapnel which medical staff said were darts from an
Israeli flechette shell extracted...
Jabalia
A NURSE HOLDS SHRAPNEL IN FRONT OF INJURED PALESTINIAN BILAL AL-ARINI
IN JABALIA'S HOSPITAL.
A nurse holds shrapnel which medical staff said were darts from an
Israeli flechette shell extracted from the body of Palestinian Bilal
Al-Arini (L), 17, who was injured three days ago, at Jabalia Refugee
Camp's hospital February 3, 2003. Palestinian and Israeli human rights
groups have condemned the use of flechette by Israeli army which had
killed several Palestinians in the Gaza Strip in the last two years.
REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC
MIDEAST
RTRHKRK
February 01, 2003
A Palestinian rides on a bicycle past graffiti of Hussein Abu al Naser
(R), a Hamas militant killed...
Jabalia
PALESTINIAN RIDES ON A BICYBLE PAST HAMAS GRAFITTI IN JABALIA.
A Palestinian rides on a bicycle past graffiti of Hussein Abu al Naser
(R), a Hamas militant killed by Israeli troops, in Jabalia refugee camp
in northern Gaza Strip February 1, 2003. Israeli troops shot dead an
armed Palestinian in a Gaza Strip border zone on Saturday and imposed a
curfew on the West Bank city of Hebron in a renewed military crackdown
following Israeli national elections.

REUTERS/Andrea Comas REUTERS
MIDEAST
RTRHKQ1
February 01, 2003
Two Palestinian boys play soccer in front of a grafitti of Palestinian
President Yasser Arafat's Fatah...
Jabalia
PALESTINIAN BOYS PLAY SOCCER IN FRONT OF GRAFITTI IN JABALIA.
Two Palestinian boys play soccer in front of a grafitti of Palestinian
President Yasser Arafat's Fatah movement in Jabalia refugee camp in
northern Gaza Strip February 1, 2003. Israeli troops shot dead an armed
Palestinian in a Gaza Strip border zone on Saturday and imposed a
curfew on the West Bank city of Hebron in a renewed military crackdown
following Israeli national elections.

REUTERS/Andrea Comas REUTERS
MIDEAST
RTR11SOJ
January 31, 2003
Palestinian doctors try to save Islam Al-Sabah, 8, who was seriously
wounded near Jabalia by tank shells...
Jabalia
PALESTINIAN DOCTORS TRY TO SAVE ISLAM AL-SABAH WHO WAS INJURED BY
ISRAELI TANK SHELLS IN JABALIA.
Palestinian doctors try to save Islam Al-Sabah, 8, who was seriously
wounded near Jabalia by tank shells fired by Israeli tanks according to
witnesses and hospital officials January 31, 2003. Witnesses and
hospital officals said Israeli tanks fired 3 tank shells, injuring 7
Palestinians under the age of 17, two of them seriously, who had been
playing soccer in an open area between Jabalia and Beit Hanoun. The
Israeli army said the shells had been fired at a group of Palestinians
who tried to fire qasam rockets from the same area where rockets were
fired yesterday. REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC/PH/JV
MIDEAST
RTRHJBP
January 31, 2003
Ismail Hamed, 7, lies in a hospital bed in Jabalia after being injured
by tank shells fired by Israeli...
Jabalia
PALESTINIAN BOY LIES IN HOSPITAL IN JABALIA AFTER BEING INJURED BY
ISRAELI TANK SHELLS.
Ismail Hamed, 7, lies in a hospital bed in Jabalia after being injured
by tank shells fired by Israeli tanks January 31, 2003. Israeli tanks
fired 3 tank shells, injuring 7 Palestinians under the age of 17, two
of them seriously, who had been playing soccer in an open area between
Jabalia and Beit Hanoun, according to witnesses and hospital officials.
An Israeli military source said the shells had been fired at a group of
Palestinians who tried to fire Qasam rockets from the same area where
rockets were fired yesterday. REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC/JV
MIDEAST
RTRH69H
January 25, 2003
The Palestinian sister of Hasan Faiad, 19, killed by Israeli troops
during clashes in Beit Hanoun north...
Jabalia
PALESTINIAN SISTER OF HASAN FAIAD CRIES DURING HIS FUNERAL IN JABALIA
REFUGEE CAMP.
The Palestinian sister of Hasan Faiad, 19, killed by Israeli troops
during clashes in Beit Hanoun north of Gaza City, cries during his
funeral in Jabalia refugee camp January 25, 2003. Israeli troops blew
up four bridges that connected Beit Hanoun to Gaza City to the south
and battled Palestinian gunmen Saturday in swift response to a rocket
strike on a town near Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's ranch.
REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC
MIDEAST
RTRH692
January 25, 2003
Palestinians carry the body of Hasan Faiad, 19, killed by Israeli
troops during clashes in Beit Hanoun...
Jabalia
PALESTINIANS CARRY BODY OF HASAN FAIAD DURING HIS FUNERAL IN JABALIA
REFUGEE CAMP.
Palestinians carry the body of Hasan Faiad, 19, killed by Israeli
troops during clashes in Beit Hanoun north of Gaza City, during his
funeral in Jabalia refugee camp January 25, 2003. Israeli troops blew
up four bridges that connected Beit Hanoun to Gaza City to the south
and battled Palestinian gunmen Saturday in swift response to a rocket
strike on a town near Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's ranch.
REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC/GB
MIDEAST
RTRH68V
January 25, 2003
Palestinian relatives of Hasan Faiad, 19, killed by Israeli troops
during clashes in Beit Hanoun north...
Jabalia
PALESTINIAN RELATIVES MOURN DURING FUNERAL OF HASAN FAIAD IN JABALIA
REFUGEE CAMP.
Palestinian relatives of Hasan Faiad, 19, killed by Israeli troops
during clashes in Beit Hanoun north of Gaza City, mourn during his
funeral in Jabalia refugee camp January 25, 2003. Israeli troops blew
up four bridges that connected Beit Hanoun to Gaza City to the south
and battled Palestinian gunmen Saturday in swift response to a rocket
strike on a town near Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's ranch.
REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC/GB
MIDEAST
RTRH68N
January 25, 2003
Palestinian relatives of Hasan Faiad, 19, killed by Israeli troops
during clashes in Beit Hanoun north...
Jabalia
PALESTINIAN RELATIVES MOURN DURING FUNERAL OF HASAN FAIAD IN JABALIA
REFUGEE CAMP.
Palestinian relatives of Hasan Faiad, 19, killed by Israeli troops
during clashes in Beit Hanoun north of Gaza City, mourn during his
funeral in Jabalia refugee camp January 25, 2003. Israeli troops blew
up four bridges that connected Beit Hanoun to Gaza City to the south
and battled Palestinian gunmen Saturday in swift response to a rocket
strike on a town near Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's ranch.
REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC/GB
MIDEAST
RTRGV9O
January 20, 2003
A Palestinian man and a girl ride on a bicycle past a huge poster of
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat...
Jabalia
MAN AND A GIRL RIDE ON A BICYCLE PAST A HUGE POSTER OF PALESTINIAN
PRESIDENT ARAFAT IN JABALIA.
A Palestinian man and a girl ride on a bicycle past a huge poster of
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat in Jabalia refugee camp on the day
the general election were scheduled before being postponed indefinitely
because of Israel's reoccupation of West Bank cities January 20, 2003.
A cabinet statement said in December elections "would be held
immediately after occupation forces pull back" to positions held before
a Palestinian uprising for statehood erupted in September 2000. The
first and only Palestinian elections were held in 1996. REUTERS/Andrea
Comas

AC
MIDEAST
RTRGV8O
January 20, 2003
A Palestinian woman passes by a huge poster of Palestinian President
Yasser Arafat in Jabalia refugee...
Jabalia
WOMAN PASSES BY HUGE POSTER OF PALESTINIAN PRESIDENT ARAFAT IN JABALIA.
A Palestinian woman passes by a huge poster of Palestinian President
Yasser Arafat in Jabalia refugee camp on the day the general elections
were scheduled before being postponed indefinitely because of Israel's
reoccupation of West Bank cities January 20, 2003. A cabinet statement
said in December elections "would be held immediately after occupation
forces pulled back" to positions held before a Palestinian uprising for
statehood erupted in September 2000. The first and only Palestinian
elections were held in 1996. REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC
MIDEAST
RTRG14E
January 02, 2003
The mother (L) of Palestinian Tareq Douas, shot dead by Israeli troops,
is comforted at her home by...
Jabalia Refugee Camp
MOTHER OF KILLED PALESTINIAN CHILD IS COMFORTED BY RELATIVE DURING
FUNERAL IN JABALIA REFUGEE CAMP.
The mother (L) of Palestinian Tareq Douas, shot dead by Israeli troops,
is comforted at her home by a relative during his funeral in the
Jabalia refugee camp near Gaza City, January 2, 2003. Israeli troops
shot dead three Palestinian youths, one aged 15 and the other two 16,
who they said had been trying to attack a Jewish settlement in northern
Gaza. Palestinian cabinet minister Saeb Erekat accused Israel of
killing children and called for "immediate international protection."
REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC/CRB
MIDEAST
RTRG0W3
January 02, 2003
Relatives of Palestinian Tareq and Mohamed Douas, shot dead by Israeli
troops, mourn during their funeral...
Jabalia Refugee Camp
RELATIVES OF KILLED PALESTINIANS TAREQ AND MOHAMED DOUAS MOURN DURING
THE FUNERAL IN JABALIA REFUGEE...
Relatives of Palestinian Tareq and Mohamed Douas, shot dead by Israeli
troops, mourn during their funeral in the Jabalia refugee camp near
Gaza City January 2, 2003. Israeli troops shot dead three Palestinian
youths, one aged 15 and the other two 16, who they said had been trying
to attack a Jewish settlement in northern Gaza. Palestinian cabinet
minister Saeb Erekat accused Israel of killing children and called for
"immediate international protection." REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC
MIDEAST
RTRG0VV
January 02, 2003
A relative of Palestinians Tareq and Mohamed Douas, shot dead by
Israeli troops, mourns during their...
Jabalia Refugee Camp
A RELATIVE OF KILLED PALESTINIANS TAREQ AND MOHAMED DOUAS MOURN DURING
A FUNERAL IN JABALIA REFUGEE...
A relative of Palestinians Tareq and Mohamed Douas, shot dead by
Israeli troops, mourns during their funeral in the Jabalia refugee camp
near Gaza City January 2, 2003. Israeli troops shot dead three
Palestinian youths, one aged 15 and the other two 16, who they said had
been trying to attack a Jewish settlement in northern Gaza. Palestinian
cabinet minister Saeb Erekat accused Israel of killing children and
called for "immediate international protection." REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC
MIDEAST
RTRG0VH
January 02, 2003
Palestinians carry the bodies of Gehad Abeed, Tareq and Mohamed Douas,
shot dead by Israeli troops,...
Jabalia Refugee Camp
PALESTINIANS CARRY THE BODIES OF TWO PALESTINIAN YOUTHS DURING THEIR
FUNERAL IN JABALIA REFUGEE CAMP....
Palestinians carry the bodies of Gehad Abeed, Tareq and Mohamed Douas,
shot dead by Israeli troops, during their funeral in the Jabalia
refugee camp near Gaza City January 2, 2003. Israeli troops shot dead
the three Palestinian youths, one aged 15 and the other two 16, who
they said had been trying to attack a Jewish settlement in northern
Gaza. Palestinian cabinet minister Saeb Erekat accused Israel of
killing children and called for "immediate international protection."
REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC
MIDEAST
RTRG0UG
January 02, 2003
A girl mourns during the funeral of Palestinians Tareq and Mohamed
Douas, shot dead by Israeli troops,...
Jabalia Refugee Camp
A GIRL MOURNS DURING THE FUNERAL OF KILLED PALESTINIANS DOUAS IN
JABALIA REFUGEE CAMP.
A girl mourns during the funeral of Palestinians Tareq and Mohamed
Douas, shot dead by Israeli troops, in the Jabalia refugee camp near
Gaza City January 2, 2003. Israeli troops shot dead three Palestinian
youths, one aged 15 and the other two 16, who they said had been trying
to attack a Jewish settlement in northern Gaza. Palestinian cabinet
minister Saeb Erekat accused Israel of killing children and called for
"immediate international protection." REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC
MIDEAST
RTRG0PV
January 02, 2003
Palestinians carry the bodies of Gehad Abeed, Tareq and Mohamed Douas
shot dead by Israeli troops, during...
Jabalia Refugee Camp
PALESTINIANS CARRY THE BODIES OF THREE PALESTINIAN YOUTHS DURING THEIR
FUNERAL IN JABALIA REFUGEE CAMP....
Palestinians carry the bodies of Gehad Abeed, Tareq and Mohamed Douas
shot dead by Israeli troops, during their funeral in Jabalia refugee
camp near Gaza City on January 2, 2003. Israeli troops shot dead the
three Palestinian youths, one aged 15 and the other two 16, who they
said had been trying to attack a Jewish settlement in northern Gaza.
Palestinian cabinet minister Saeb Erekat accused Israel of killing
children and called for "immediate international protection."
REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC/AH
MIDEAST
RTRG0OK
January 02, 2003
Palestinians carry the bodies of Gehad Abeed, Tareq and Mohamed Douas,
shot dead by Israeli troops,...
Jabalia Refugee Camp
PALESTINIANS CARRY THE BODIES OF THREE PALESTINIAN YOUTHS OUT OF THE
MOSQUE IN JABALIA REFUGEE CAMP....
Palestinians carry the bodies of Gehad Abeed, Tareq and Mohamed Douas,
shot dead by Israeli troops, out of the mosque during their funeral in
Jabalia refugee camp near Gaza City on January 2, 2003. Israeli troops
shot dead the three Palestinian youths, one aged 15 and the other two
16, who they said had been trying to attack a Jewish settlement in
northern Gaza. Palestinian cabinet minister Saeb Erekat accused Israel
of killing children and called for "immediate international
protection." REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC
MIDEAST
RTRG6EB
January 06, 2002
A member of al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, an armed offshoot of Arafat's
Fatah faction, hands out statements...
Jabalia
A MEMBER OF AL-AQSA MARTYRS' BRIGADES HANDS OUT STATEMENTS ON STREET IN
JABALIA.
A member of al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, an armed offshoot of Arafat's
Fatah faction, hands out statements January 6, 2002, in the streets of
Jabalia refugee camp, near Gaza City, claiming responsibility for the
attacks, saying the group was retaliating for the demolition of
Palestinian homes. A previous statement issued late on Sunday in the
name of the al-Asqa Brigades, denied responsibility after Fatah's main
political body said the two men were not on its "membership files". The
conflicting statements represented apparent divisions in the brigades
over whether to carry out bombings in Israel. REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC/AA
MIDEAST
RTRG6E3
January 06, 2002
A member of al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, an armed offshoot of Arafat's
Fatah faction, hands out statements...
Jabalia
A MEMBER OF AL-AQSA MARTYRS' BRIGADES HANDS OUT STATEMENTS ON STREET IN
JABALIA.
A member of al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, an armed offshoot of Arafat's
Fatah faction, hands out statements January 6, 2002, in the streets of
Jabalia refugee camp, near Gaza City, claiming responsibility for the
attacks, saying the group was retaliating for the demolition of
Palestinian homes. A previous statement issued late on Sunday in the
name of the al-Asqa Brigades, denied responsibility after Fatah's main
political body said the two men were not on its "membership files". The
conflicting statements represented apparent divisions in the brigades
over whether to carry out bombings in Israel. REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC/AA
MIDEAST CLASHES
RTRCJIU
January 03, 2001
PALESTINIAN CHILDREN STAND IN STREET AT JABALIA CAMP FOR REFUGEES POPULATED WITH 86,000 PEOPLE OUTSIDE...
Gaza
PALESTINIAN CHILDREN STAND IN STREET AT JABALIA CAMP FOR REFUGEES POPULATED WITH 86,000 PEOPLE ...
PALESTINIAN CHILDREN STAND IN STREET AT JABALIA CAMP FOR REFUGEES POPULATED WITH 86,000 PEOPLE OUTSIDE GAZA CITY.


Palestinian children wheel a bicycle as a donkey cart with lemons passes by a street in the Jabalia camp for refugees populated with 86,000 people outside Gaza City on January 3, 2001. Israeli-Palestinian gun battles raged overnight in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and violence erupted on Wednesday along the Israel-Lebanon frontier.
MIDEAST CLASHES
RTRCJID
January 03, 2001
Palestinian children play in the Jabalia camp for refugees populated with 86,000 people outside Gaza...
Gaza
PALESTINIAN CHILDREN PLAY IN THE JABALIA CAMP FOR REFUGEES POPULATED WITH 86-THOUSAND PEOPLE OUTSIDE...
Palestinian children play in the Jabalia camp for refugees populated with 86,000 people outside Gaza City on January 3, 2001. Israeli-Palestinian gun battles raged overnight in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and violence erupted on Wednesday along the Israel-Lebanon frontier.

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MIDEAST CLASHES
RTRCJHN
January 03, 2001
Palestinian boys look at a motorcycle riding through the Jabalia camp for refugees populated with 86-thousand...
Gaza
PALESTINIAN BOYS LOOK AT A MOTORCYCLE RIDING THROUGH JABALIA CAMP OUTSIDE GAZA.
Palestinian boys look at a motorcycle riding through the Jabalia camp for refugees populated with 86-thousand people outside Gaza City on January 3, 2001. Israeli-Palestinian gun battles raged overnight in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and violence erupted on Wednesday along the Israel-Lebanon frontier.

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MIDEAST CLASHES
RTRCJHG
January 03, 2001
A Palestinian girl plays in the Jabalia camp for refugees, populated with 86,000 people, outside Gaza...
Gaza
PALESTINIAN GIRL PLAYS IN JABALIA CAMP FOR REFUGEES OUTSIDE GAZA CITY.
A Palestinian girl plays in the Jabalia camp for refugees, populated with 86,000 people, outside Gaza City on January 3, 2001. Israeli-Palestinian gun battles raged overnight in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and violence erupted on Wednesday along the Israel-Lebanon frontier.

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