Middle East Newsline Headline Service - 03/01/2004
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ARMS, DEFENSE, STRATEGY
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Monday - March 01, 2004
Saudis Face Greater Difficulty In Extracting Oil
WASHINGTON [MENL] -- Saudi Arabia faces increasing difficulty in
extracting oil as the kingdom's production capacity appears to have
peaked after more than 60 years of operations.
Iran, Syria Set Up Panel For Defense Cooperation
NICOSIA [MENL] -- Iran and Syria plan to expand their defense and
Israel Kills Jihad Commander
GAZA CITY [MENL] -- Israel has killed an Islamic Jihad commander.
UNIFIL Attacked By Kurdish Migrants
NICOSIA [MENL] -- United Nations troops in southern Lebanon have
become the target of Kurdish migrants.
Sunday - February 29, 2004
Egypt, Pakistan Hold Military Talks
CAIRO [MENL] -- Egypt and Pakistan have launched high-level military
talks meant to expand defense cooperation between the two countries.
U.S. Needs Iranian Help To Capture Bin Laden
LONDON [MENL] -- The United States will require help from Iran in the
effort to capture Al Qaida leader Osama Bin Laden.
Arab States Fail To Forge Security Cooperation
ABU DHABI [MENL] -- Arab League states have fallen short of their
goal to launch genuine security cooperation.
Israel's Military Deploys Brigade For Homeland Security
TEL AVIV [MENL] -- Israel's military plans to deploy a new brigade to
prevent Palestinian infiltration from the West Bank.
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