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09/02/2005 | Cumbre en Charm al Cheikh
Joaquín Amor | Radio Nederland
Charm al Cheikh es algo así como el Camp David de Hosni Mubarak. El presidente egipcio dispone en esta localidad, situada en el Mar Rojo, de una residencia privada en la que le gusta recibir a sus invitados. ...
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09/02/2005 | Cumbre en Charm al Cheikh
Joaquín Amor | Radio Nederland
Charm al Cheikh es algo así como el Camp David de Hosni Mubarak. El presidente egipcio dispone en esta localidad, situada en el Mar Rojo, de una residencia privada en la que le gusta recibir a sus invitados. ...
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06/02/2005 | State of the Union Address
WMRC Staff | WMRC
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06/02/2005 | State of the Union Address
WMRC Staff | WMRC
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05/02/2005 | Negociaciones de paz palestino-israelíes
Joop Meijers | Radio Nederland
Cuatro años y medio después del comienzo de la Intifada, parece que israelíes y palestinos han vuelto a la situación previa a la desafiante visita del entonces líder de la oposición y actual primer ministro israelí, Ariel Sharon, a la Explanada de las Mezquitas en Jerusalén. ...
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05/02/2005 | Post-Election Iraq: Facing the Constitutional Challenge
Nathan Brown | Carnegie Endowment
Iraq’s newly elected National Assembly (NA) will soon take up its major task—although hardly its only one—of drafting a permanent constitution. ...
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05/02/2005 | Iraqi Elections (V): Press Reactions from Iraq and Neighboring Countries
Nimrod Raphaeli | MEMRI
Introduction [1]

The courageous and often festive march of millions of Iraqis to the voting booths on January 31, in spite of threats and acts of violence and intimidation, has demonstrated the Iraqis' keen desire to turn the page on almost four decades of totalitarianism, wars, oppression and fear and to embrace freedom and democracy. The elections were a first step on what may be a long and arduous road to change – but they are nonetheless a significant first step. ...
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05/02/2005 | Negociaciones de paz palestino-israelíes
Joop Meijers | Radio Nederland
Cuatro años y medio después del comienzo de la Intifada, parece que israelíes y palestinos han vuelto a la situación previa a la desafiante visita del entonces líder de la oposición y actual primer ministro israelí, Ariel Sharon, a la Explanada de las Mezquitas en Jerusalén. ...
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05/02/2005 | Post-Election Iraq: Facing the Constitutional Challenge
Nathan Brown | Carnegie Endowment
Iraq’s newly elected National Assembly (NA) will soon take up its major task—although hardly its only one—of drafting a permanent constitution. ...
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05/02/2005 | Iraqi Elections (V): Press Reactions from Iraq and Neighboring Countries
Nimrod Raphaeli | MEMRI
Introduction [1]

The courageous and often festive march of millions of Iraqis to the voting booths on January 31, in spite of threats and acts of violence and intimidation, has demonstrated the Iraqis' keen desire to turn the page on almost four decades of totalitarianism, wars, oppression and fear and to embrace freedom and democracy. The elections were a first step on what may be a long and arduous road to change – but they are nonetheless a significant first step. ...
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