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ISRAEL/
RTX7Q36
July 07, 2008
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert stands with Vice Premier Haim Ramon (R) before a Kadima party meeting...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert stands with Vice Premier Ramon in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert stands with Vice Premier Haim Ramon (R) before a Kadima party meeting at the parliament in Jerusalem July 7, 2008.
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
RTX7L7P
July 03, 2008
An aerial view shows part of Israel's controversial security barrier around Jerusalem July 3, 2008. A...
Jerusalem, Israel
Aerial view shows part of Israel's controversial security barrier around Jerusalem
An aerial view shows part of Israel's controversial security barrier around Jerusalem July 3, 2008. A deadly rampage in a bulldozer by a Palestinian resident of Jerusalem left Israel grappling on Thursday with the dilemma of how to maintain security in the city along with the premise it is undivided. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's deputy, Vice Premier Haim Ramon, said re-routing the West Bank barrier to include Palestinian villages that Israel considers to be part of East Jerusalem could be a solution. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
RTX7L7L
July 03, 2008
An aerial view shows part of Israel's controversial security barrier around Jerusalem July 3, 2008. A...
Jerusalem, Israel
Aerial view shows part of Israel's controversial security barrier around Jerusalem
An aerial view shows part of Israel's controversial security barrier around Jerusalem July 3, 2008. A deadly rampage in a bulldozer by a Palestinian resident of Jerusalem left Israel grappling on Thursday with the dilemma of how to maintain security in the city along with the premise it is undivided. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's deputy, Vice Premier Haim Ramon, said re-routing the West Bank barrier to include Palestinian villages that Israel considers to be part of East Jerusalem could be a solution. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-LEBANON/
RTX7GCB
June 29, 2008
(L-R) Israel's Transportation Minister Shaul Mofaz, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Prime Minister Ehud...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert attends cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
(L-R) Israel's Transportation Minister Shaul Mofaz, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Cabinet Secretary Oved Yehezkel and Vice Premier Haim Ramon attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem June 29, 2008. Olmert sought the government's go-ahead on Sunday for a prisoner swap with Hezbollah to recover two soldiers whose abduction by the Iranian-backed guerrillas triggered the 2006 Lebanon war. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL/
RTR1SWHH
August 19, 2007
Israel's (L-R) Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Cabinet Secretary Oved Yehezkel...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert and ministers attend cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's (L-R) Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Cabinet Secretary Oved Yehezkel and Haim Ramon, senior cabinet minister and vice premier, attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem August 19, 2007. REUTERS/Pavel Wolberg/Pool (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-FINMIN/
RTR1OWMO
April 22, 2007
Israel's Defense Minister Amir Peretz arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007....
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Defense Minister Peretz arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Defense Minister Amir Peretz arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli Finance Minister Abraham Hirchson, battling allegations of fraud and embezzlement at a previous job, is stepping down for three months, his lawyer said on Sunday. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert will now have to find a temporary replacement for Hirchson. Israel Radio said Olmert himself may cover the finance post temporarily, or name an associate, Haim Ramon, a former justice minister. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-FINMIN/
RTR1OWMN
April 22, 2007
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007....
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Livni arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli Finance Minister Abraham Hirchson, battling allegations of fraud and embezzlement at a previous job, is stepping down for three months, his lawyer said on Sunday. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert will now have to find a temporary replacement for Hirchson. Israel Radio said Olmert himself may cover the finance post temporarily, or name an associate, Haim Ramon, a former justice minister. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-FINMIN/
RTR1OWMM
April 22, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert opens the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert opens the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert opens the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli Finance Minister Abraham Hirchson, battling allegations of fraud and embezzlement at a previous job, is stepping down for three months, his lawyer said on Sunday. Olmert will now have to find a temporary replacement for Hirchson. Israel Radio said Olmert himself may cover the finance post temporarily, or name an associate, Haim Ramon, a former justice minister. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-FINMIN/
RTR1OWML
April 22, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (2nd L) arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (2nd L) arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli Finance Minister Abraham Hirchson, battling allegations of fraud and embezzlement at a previous job, is stepping down for three months, his lawyer said on Sunday. Olmert will now have to find a temporary replacement for Hirchson. Israel Radio said Olmert himself may cover the finance post temporarily, or name an associate, Haim Ramon, a former justice minister. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-FINMIN/
RTR1OWMK
April 22, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (C), Cabinet Secretary Yisrael Maimon (2nd R) and Deputy Prime Minister...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert, Cabinet Secretary Maimon and Deputy Prime Minister Peres attend the weekly...
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (C), Cabinet Secretary Yisrael Maimon (2nd R) and Deputy Prime Minister Shimon Peres (R) attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli Finance Minister Abraham Hirchson, battling allegations of fraud and embezzlement at a previous job, is stepping down for three months, his lawyer said on Sunday. Olmert will now have to find a temporary replacement for Hirchson. Israel Radio said Olmert himself may cover the finance post temporarily, or name an associate, Haim Ramon, a former justice minister. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-FINMIN/
RTR1OWMJ
April 22, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert opens the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert opens the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert opens the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli Finance Minister Abraham Hirchson, battling allegations of fraud and embezzlement at a previous job, is stepping down for three months, his lawyer said on Sunday. Olmert will now have to find a temporary replacement for Hirchson. Israel Radio said Olmert himself may cover the finance post temporarily, or name an associate, Haim Ramon, a former justice minister. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-FINMIN/
RTR1OWMI
April 22, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert opens the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert opens the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert opens the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli Finance Minister Abraham Hirchson, battling allegations of fraud and embezzlement at a previous job, is stepping down for three months, his lawyer said on Sunday. Olmert will now have to find a temporary replacement for Hirchson. Israel Radio said Olmert himself may cover the finance post temporarily, or name an associate, Haim Ramon, a former justice minister. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-MINISTER/
RTR1LTXO
January 31, 2007
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon sits in the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv January 31, 2007. An Israeli...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon sits in Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon sits in the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv January 31, 2007. An Israeli court on Wednesday convicted former Justice Minister Haim Ramon of sexual misconduct against a woman soldier, one of several scandals that have cast shadows on Israeli leaders. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-MINISTER/
RTR1LTXM
January 31, 2007
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon is surrounded by journalists at the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon is surrounded by journalists at the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv...
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon is surrounded by journalists at the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv January 31, 2007. An Israeli court on Wednesday convicted former Justice Minister Haim Ramon of sexual misconduct against a woman soldier, one of several scandals that have cast shadows on Israeli leaders. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-MINISTER/
RTR1LTXH
January 31, 2007
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon and his girl friend Vered, leave the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon and his girl friend leave the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon and his girl friend Vered, leave the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv January 31, 2007. An Israeli court on Wednesday convicted former Justice Minister Haim Ramon of sexual misconduct against a woman soldier, one of several scandals that have cast shadows on Israeli leaders. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-MINISTER/
RTR1LTX9
January 31, 2007
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon sits in the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv January 31, 2007. An Israeli...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon sits at Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon sits in the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv January 31, 2007. An Israeli court on Wednesday convicted former Justice Minister Haim Ramon of sexual misconduct against a woman soldier, one of several scandals that have cast shadows on Israeli leaders. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-MINISTER/
RTR1LTX8
January 31, 2007
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon sits at Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv January 31, 2007. An Israeli...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon sits at Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon sits at Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv January 31, 2007. An Israeli court on Wednesday convicted former Justice Minister Haim Ramon of sexual misconduct against a woman soldier, one of several scandals that have cast shadows on Israeli leaders. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
RTR1G02A
August 01, 2006
An Israeli soldier prepares to drive a tank into Lebanon at the border between Israel and Lebanon near...
SHOMERA, Israel
An Israeli soldier prepares to drive a tank into Lebanon, near the Israeli village of Shomera
An Israeli soldier prepares to drive a tank into Lebanon at the border between Israel and Lebanon near the Israeli village of Shomera August 1, 2006. Israel will resume full air strikes against Hizbollah guerrillas in Lebanon early on Wednesday once a 48-hour partial suspension of aerial activity has passed, Justice Minister Haim Ramon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
RTR1G025
August 01, 2006
An Israeli tank moves into Lebanon at the border between Israel and Lebanon near the Israeli village...
SHOMERA, Israel
An Israeli tank moves into Lebanon at the border between Israel and Lebanon near the Israeli village...
An Israeli tank moves into Lebanon at the border between Israel and Lebanon near the Israeli village of Shomera August 1, 2006. Israel will resume full air strikes against Hizbollah guerrillas in Lebanon early on Wednesday once a 48-hour partial suspension of aerial activity has passed, Justice Minister Haim Ramon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
RTR1G020
August 01, 2006
An Israeli tanks move into Lebanon at the border between Israel and Lebanon near the Israeli village...
SHOMERA, Israel
An Israeli tanks move into Lebanon at the border between Israel and Lebanon near the Israeli village...
An Israeli tanks move into Lebanon at the border between Israel and Lebanon near the Israeli village of Shomera August 1, 2006. Israel will resume full air strikes against Hizbollah guerrillas in Lebanon early on Wednesday once a 48-hour partial suspension of aerial activity has passed, Justice Minister Haim Ramon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
RTR1G01X
August 01, 2006
A plume of smoke rises from the Lebanese border village of Aita al-Shaab after it was hit by Israeli...
Lebanese Border, Israel
A plume of smoke rises from the Lebanese border village of Aita al-Shaab
A plume of smoke rises from the Lebanese border village of Aita al-Shaab after it was hit by Israeli artillery August 1, 2006. Israel will resume full air strikes against Hizbollah guerrillas in Lebanon early on Wednesday once a 48-hour partial suspension of aerial activity has passed, Justice Minister Haim Ramon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
RTR1G01P
August 01, 2006
Israeli Defense Minister Amir Peretz smiles during his visit to the military base in Shomera August 1,...
SHOMERA, Israel
Israeli Defense Minister Amir Peretz smiles during his visit in Shomera
Israeli Defense Minister Amir Peretz smiles during his visit to the military base in Shomera August 1, 2006. Israel will resume full air strikes against Hizbollah guerrillas in Lebanon early on Wednesday once a 48-hour partial suspension of aerial activity has passed, Justice Minister Haim Ramon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST AIR
RTR1G01M
August 01, 2006
Israeli Defense Minister Amir Peretz speaks to Israeli soldiers during his visit to the military base...
SHOMERA, Israel
Israeli Defense Minister Amir Peretz speaks to Israeli soldiers during his visit to military base in...
Israeli Defense Minister Amir Peretz speaks to Israeli soldiers during his visit to the military base in Shomera August 1, 2006. Israel will resume full air strikes against Hizbollah guerrillas in Lebanon early on Wednesday once a 48-hour partial suspension of aerial activity has passed, Justice Minister Haim Ramon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST AIR
RTR1G01L
August 01, 2006
Israeli Defense Minister Amir Peretz (R) listens to Major General Moshe Kaplinsky during his visit to...
SHOMERA, Israel
Israeli Defense Minister Peretz listens to Major General Kaplinsky during his visit to military base...
Israeli Defense Minister Amir Peretz (R) listens to Major General Moshe Kaplinsky during his visit to the military base in Shomera August 1, 2006. Israel will resume full air strikes against Hizbollah guerrillas in Lebanon early on Wednesday once a 48-hour partial suspension of aerial activity has passed, Justice Minister Haim Ramon said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
RTRDR6W
January 28, 2003
The three candidates for the leadership of Israel's Labour Party
primaries on November 19, 2002, stand...
Herzely
LABOUR PARTY CANDIDATES PARTICIPATE IN NATIONALLY TELEVISED DEBATE.
The three candidates for the leadership of Israel's Labour Party
primaries on November 19, 2002, stand with television presenter Nisim
Miesal (2nd-L) before participating in nationally televised debate on
November 12, 2002, in Herzeliya near Tel Aviv. Resigned Israeli Defence
Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer and Labour party chairman (C), Haim Ramon
(L) and Amram Mitzna, (R), are competing to run against the Likud Party
candidate (either Prime Minister Ariel Sharon or Foreign Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu) in Israel's nationwide elections on January 28,
2003. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

REUTERS
MIDEAST
RTRDR6Q
January 28, 2003
The three candidates for the leadership of Israel's Labour Party
primaries on November 19, 2002, clasp...
Herzely
LABOUR PARTY CANDIDATES HOLD HANDS BEFORE PARTICIPATING IN NATIONAL
TELEVISED DEBATE.
The three candidates for the leadership of Israel's Labour Party
primaries on November 19, 2002, clasp hands before participating in a
national televised debate on November 12, 2002, in Herzeliya near Tel
Aviv. Resignd Israeli Defence Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer and Labour
party chairman (C), Haim Ramon (L), and Amram Mitzna (R), are competing
to run against the Likud Party candidate (either Prime Minister Ariel
Sharon or Foreign Minister Benjamin Netanyahu) in Israel's nationwide
elections on January 28, 2003. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

REUTERS
MIDEAST
RTRE3WV
November 20, 2002
Haifa Mayor Amram Mitzna (2nd, L) poses at Labour Party headquarters in
Tel Aviv November 20, 2002,...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
AMRAM MITZNA AT THE LABOUR PARTY HEADQUARTER.
Haifa Mayor Amram Mitzna (2nd, L) poses at Labour Party headquarters in
Tel Aviv November 20, 2002, with Labour Party candidates Haim Ramon
(L), and Labour Party leader Binyamin Ben-Eliezer who lost to Mitzna
(3rd, L) and former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres (R). Mitzna,
57, will be center-left Labour's candidate for prime minister in a
January 28 snap election. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

HL/PB
MIDEAST
RTRE3WR
November 20, 2002
Haifa Mayor Amram Mitzna (2nd, L) poses at Labour Party headquarters in
Tel Aviv November 20, 2002,...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
AMRAM MITZNA AT THE LABOUR PARTY HEADQUARTER.
Haifa Mayor Amram Mitzna (2nd, L) poses at Labour Party headquarters in
Tel Aviv November 20, 2002, with Labour Party candidates Haim Ramon
(L), and Labour Party leader Binyamin Ben-Eliezer who lost to Mitzna
(3rd, L) and former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres (R). Mitzna,
57, will be center-left Labour's candidate for prime minister in a
January 28 snap election. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

HL/PB
RAMON
RTXLNIQ
November 19, 2002
Haim Ramon Labour Party candidate speaks on his mobile phone after casting his vote for a new leadership...
Ramat Hasaron, Israel
Haim Ramon Labour Party candidate speaks on his mobile phone after casting his vote for a new leader.....
Haim Ramon Labour Party candidate speaks on his mobile phone after casting his vote for a new leadership of the party at a polling station in Ramat Hasaron near Tel Aviv November 19, 2002. [Ramon is the third candidate in the Labour Party elections with Labour Party leader Binyamin Ben-Eliezer and top candidate Haifa Mayor Amram Mitzna.]
MIDEAST
RTRE2HY
November 19, 2002
Haim Ramon Labour Party candidate speaks on his mobile phone after
casting his vote for a new leadership...
Ramat Hasaron
HAIM RAMON LABOUR PARTY CANDIDATE IN PARTY LEADERSHIP ELECTION SPEAKS
ON PHONE AT RAMAT HASARON.
Haim Ramon Labour Party candidate speaks on his mobile phone after
casting his vote for a new leadership of the party at a polling station
in Ramat Hasaron near Tel Aviv November 19, 2002. Ramon is the third
candidate in the Labour Party elections with Labour Party leader
Binyamin Ben-Eliezer and top candidate Haifa Mayor Amram Mitzna.
REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

HL/AA
MIDEAST-LABOUR
RTR74D4
July 02, 2002
Senior Israeli Labour Party member Hain Ramon listens during a party
convention called to discuss options...
Tel Aviv
SENIOR ISRAELI LABOUR PARTY MEMBER HAIM RAMON LISTENS DURING LABOUR
PARTY CONVENTION.
Senior Israeli Labour Party member Hain Ramon listens during a party
convention called to discuss options for peace with the Palestinians
and Labour's continued partnership in the coalition of hardline Prime
Minister Ariel Sharon, in Tel Aviv, July 2, 2002. Labour leader
Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, also Israel's defence minister, rebuffed Ramon's
criticism of his performance and welcomed him to run as a rival in the
next party primary. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

HL/CRB
MIDEAST-LABOUR
RTR74CR
July 02, 2002
Senior Israeli Labour Party member Hain Ramon (R) and Labour leader
Binyamin Ben-Eliezer (L) shake hands...
Tel Aviv
SENIOR ISRAELI LABOUR PARTY MEMBER HAIM RAMON SHAKES HANDS WITH PARTY
LEADER BEN-ELIEZER.
Senior Israeli Labour Party member Hain Ramon (R) and Labour leader
Binyamin Ben-Eliezer (L) shake hands at a convention called to discuss
options for peace with the Palestinians and Labour's continued
partnership in the coalition of hardline Prime Minister Ariel Sharon,
in Tel Aviv, July 2, 2002. Labour leader Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, also
Israel's defence minister, rebuffed Ramon's criticism of his
performance and welcomed him to run as a rival in the next party
primary. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

HL/CRB
MIDEAST-LABOUR
RTR74C6
July 02, 2002
Senior Israeli Labour Party member Hain Ramon addresses party delegates
in Tel Aviv, July 2, 2002, at...
Tel Aviv
SENIOR ISRAELI LABOUR PARTY MEMBER HAIM RAMON ADDRESSES ISRAELI LABOUR
PARTY CONVENTION.
Senior Israeli Labour Party member Hain Ramon addresses party delegates
in Tel Aviv, July 2, 2002, at a convention called to discuss options
for peace with the Palestinians and Labour's continued partnership in
the coalition of hardline Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. Labour leader
Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, also Israel's defence minister, rebuffed Ramon's
criticism of his performance and welcomed him to run as a rival in the
next party primary. REUTERS/Havakuk Levison

HL/CRB
TURKEY ISRAEL
RTR90N5
October 03, 2000
Israeli Interior Minister Haim Ramon sits under a Turkish flag during a news conference in an Istanbul...
Istanbul, Turkey
ISRAELI INTERIOR MINISTER HAIM RAMON HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE IN ISTANBUL.
Israeli Interior Minister Haim Ramon sits under a Turkish flag during a news conference in an Istanbul hotel October 3, 2000, upon his arrival in Istanbul for a one day visit. Israeli cabinet minister Ramon called for renewed efforts to end six days of clashes between Israel and Palestinians and hammer out a peace agreement before U.S. President Bill Clinton leaves office. Ramon called Ariel Sharon's visit to a Jerusalem holy site, Al-Aqsa Mosque, a "stupid act", but accused Palestinian authorities and Arafat in particular of not acting to rein in the violence that ensued before it reached these proportions. Violence broke out last Thursday when Israeli rightist leader Ariel Sharon visited a Jerusalem holy site, enraging Palestinians.

FS/WS
TURKEY ISRAEL
RTR90MY
October 03, 2000
Israeli Interior Minister Haim Ramon ponders a question as he stands in front of a Turkish flag during...
Istanbul, Turkey
ISRAELI INTERIOR MINISTER HAIM RAMON HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE IN ISTANBUL.
Israeli Interior Minister Haim Ramon ponders a question as he stands in front of a Turkish flag during a news conference in an Istanbul hotel October 3, 2000, upon his arrival in Istanbul for a one day visit. Israeli cabinet minister Ramon called for renewed efforts to end six days of clashes between Israel and Palestinians and hammer out a peace agreement before U.S. President Bill Clinton leaves office. Ramon called Ariel Sharon's visit to a Jerusalem holy site, Al-Aqsa Mosque, a "stupid act", but accused Palestinian authorities and Arafat in particular of not acting to rein in the violence that ensued before it reached these proportions. Violence broke out last Thursday when Israeli rightist leader Ariel Sharon visited a Jerusalem holy site, enraging Palestinians.

FS/WS
TURKEY ISRAEL
RTR90KK
October 03, 2000
Israeli Interior Minister Haim Ramon gestures in front of a Turkish flag as he holds a news conference...
Istanbul, Turkey
ISRAELI INTERIOR MINISTER HAIM RAMON HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE IN ISTANBUL.
Israeli Interior Minister Haim Ramon gestures in front of a Turkish flag as he holds a news conference in an Istanbul hotel October 3, 2000, upon his arrival in Istanbul for a one day visit. Israeli cabinet minister Ramon called for renewed efforts to end six days of clashes between Israel and Palestinians and hammer out a peace agreement before U.S. President Bill Clinton leaves office. Ramon called Ariel Sharon's visit to a Jerusalem holy site, Al-Aqsa Mosque, a "stupid act", but accused Palestinian authorities and Arafat in particular of not acting to rein in the violence that ensued before it reached these proportions. Violence broke out last Thursday when Israeli rightist leader Ariel Sharon visited a Jerusalem holy site, enraging Palestinians.

FS/FMS
MIDEAST
RTRQWSR
August 31, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) confers with cabinet minister Haim Ramon during a meeting with...
Jerusalem, Israel - State of
EHUD BARAK AND HAIM RAMON DURING MEETING IN JERUSALEM OFFICE.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) confers with cabinet minister Haim Ramon during a meeting with foreign visitors in his office August 31. Israeli and Palestinian negotiators have virtually concluded a deal on how to implement the stalled Wye River land-for-security accord and it is now up to Barak and Palestinian President Yasser Arafat to bridge the gaps to enable a possible agreement signing ceremony with U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright in Egypt this week.

DPS/GB
ISRAEL
RTR11N8N
July 06, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (centre R) and President Ezer Weizman (centre L) pose with Barak's...
Jerusalem
EHUD BARAK AND EZER WEIZMAN POSE WITH NEW GOVERNMENT IN JERUSALEM.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (centre R) and President Ezer Weizman (centre L) pose with Barak's cabinet for an official photograph in the president's residence July 6. From left to right are: Trade and Industry Minister Ran Cohen, Health Minister Shlomo Benizri, Public Security Minister Shlomo Ben-Ami, Labour and Welfare Minister Eli Yishai, Regional Development Minister Shimon Peres, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Haim Ramon, Environment Minister Dalia Itzik, Foreign Minister David Levy, Education Minister Yossi Sarid, Communications Minister Benyamin Ben-Eliezer, Transport Minister Yitzhak Mordechai, Finance Minister Abraham Shohat, Justice Minister Yossi Beilin, Religious Affairs Minister Yitzhak Cohen, Interior Minister Natan Sharansky, National Infrastructure Minister Eli Suissa, Housing and Construction Minister Yitzhak Levi and Cabinet Secretary Yitzhak Herzog.

DPS/KM
ISRAEL
RTRQE73
July 06, 1999
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) shares a laugh with his new Minister in the Prime Minister's Office...
Jerusalem
EHUD BARAK CONGRATULATED AFTER HE MAKES MAIDEN SPEECH AS PRIME MINISTER IN JERUSALEM KNESSET.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (L) shares a laugh with his new Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Haim Ramon after he made his maiden speech as leader of the Jewish state in the Knesset (parliament) July 6. Barak reached out to all of Israel's Arab neighbours to exploit a window of opportunity to forge a comprehensive Middle East peace.

DPS
ISRAEL
RTRQDRN
July 05, 1999
A combo picture shows: Haim Ramon (top R), appointed to a liaison post in the Prime Minister elect Ehud...
Tel Aviv
COMBO PICTURE OF ISRAELI CABINET APOINTEES.
A combo picture shows: Haim Ramon (top R), appointed to a liaison post in the Prime Minister elect Ehud Baraks cabinet, legislator Dalia Yitzik (top L), the one woman appointed to serve in Barak's cabinet, Binyamin Ben-Eliezer (bottom R), appointed to serve as communications minister and Shlomo Ben-Ami, appointed to serve as public security minister at a meeting of the Labour Party central committee July 5. The cabinet appointments left some Labour legislators griping that they were getting the scraps leftover from Barak's coalition talks with other parties.

HL/JDP
ISRAEL
RTRQDQI
July 05, 1999
Haim Ramon, appointed to a liaison post in the Prime Minister elect Ehud Baraks cabinet, at a meeting...
Tel Aviv
HAIM RAMON AS A LIAISON POST MINISTER.
Haim Ramon, appointed to a liaison post in the Prime Minister elect Ehud Baraks cabinet, at a meeting of the Labour Party central committee July 5.

HL/ME
RAMON
RTXJ2R0
July 04, 1999
Haim Ramon, appointed to a liaison post in the Prime Minister elect [Ehud Barak's] cabinet, at a meeting...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Haim Ramon, appointed to a liaison post in the Prime Minister elect [Ehud Barak's] cabinet, at a mee.....
Haim Ramon, appointed to a liaison post in the Prime Minister elect [Ehud Barak's] cabinet, at a meeting of the Labour Party central committee July 5.
**DIGITAL IMAGE**
RTREVX
March 25, 1996
Foreign Minister Ehud Barak smiles as he casts his ballot March 25 in the Labour party primary in this...
EHUD BARAK VOTES IN LABOUR PARTY PRIMARY
Foreign Minister Ehud Barak smiles as he casts his ballot March 25 in the Labour party primary in this town where he resides situated inside the "Green Line" nearby the West Bank. Barak, a former military leader who held the position of Chief of Staff, is in a face-off in the primary against Haim Ramon, currently Interior Minister, both of whom are widely tipped to lead the Labour party into the next century. Tomorrow the opposition Likud party holds its primary and Israelis go to the polls in a general election on May 29.

ISRAEL ELECTION
MIDEAST
RTXFKQT
November 22, 1995
Newly sworn-in Prime Minister Shimon Peres sits with President Ezer Weizman (L) as he poses with his...
Newly sworn-in Prime Minister Shimon Peres sits with President Ezer Weizman (L) as he poses with his.....
Newly sworn-in Prime Minister Shimon Peres sits with President Ezer Weizman (L) as he poses with his cabinet for a government family portrait November 22 in the president's residence after the government was ratified in the Knesset (Parliament). Behind Weizman is Foreign Minister Ehud Barak standing next to Ms.Shulamit Aloni, Minister of Communications, Science and Technology. At far right is Minister without portfolio Yehuda Amital. Third from left, rear, is Haim Ramon, Minister of the Interior. Shimon Peres retains the Defense Minister's portfolio
RAMON
RTXFM7U
November 14, 1995
Haim Ramon, the 45-year-old leader of Israel's Histadrut trade union federation, announces his return...
Haim Ramon, the 45-year-old leader of Israel's Histadrut trade union federation, announces his retur.....
Haim Ramon, the 45-year-old leader of Israel's Histadrut trade union federation, announces his return to the Labour Party November 14. Ramon, who quit last year as assassinated Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's health minister, is one of two younger men vying to fill the power vacuum left by Rabin's death
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