Israel and Palestineleaders in New Talks ISRAELI Foreign Minister Shimon Peres and Palestinian Leader Yasser Arafat Met on the Sidelines of an Economic Conference in Spain Yesterday to Discuss Israel's Withdrawal from West Bank Towns That It Entered Last Month

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Israel and Palestineleaders in New Talks ISRAELI Foreign Minister Shimon Peres and Palestinian Leader Yasser Arafat Met on the Sidelines of an Economic Conference in Spain Yesterday to Discuss Israel's Withdrawal from West Bank Towns That It Entered Last Month


Israel and Palestineleaders in new talks

ISRAELI foreign minister Shimon Peres and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat met on the sidelines of an economic conference in Spain yesterday to discuss Israel's withdrawal from West Bank towns that it entered last month.

Both sides stressed that the meeting, the second in two days, did not amount to serious negotiations over the terms for Israel's withdrawal. But Peres said both sides would continue to discuss and plan the pullout.

Serbs' poll revolt

KEY Kosovo Serb leaders yesterday rejected Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica 's call for participation in forthcoming elections.

They said that not enough had been done to safeguard the security and wellbeing of Serbs in the province.

Vuko Antonijevic, a leader of the Serb National Council in the ethnically divided city of Kosovska Mitrovica, said Kostunica 's announcement will not be accepted by an increasingly desperate and destitute people.

Kursk theory

THE Russian nuclear submarine Kursk was most likely sunk by the second of two explosions in the front of the vessel, Russia 's prosecutor-general Vladimir Ustinov said yesterday.

All 118 crewmen died when the submarine plunged to the bottom of the Barents Sea during exercises in August 2000. The vessel was raised in a $65m salvage operation and last week arrived in a dry dock on Russia 's Arctic coast. Investigators have since pulled out 55 bodies, of which 47 have been identified.

Ortega wants return

FORMER Nicaraguan president, Daniel Ortega, is seeking a return to power in elections today, having reinvented himself as a moderate who wants normal relations with the US.

Ortega, 55, was ousted by the US-backed moderate Violetta Chamorro in 1990, after a 10-year battle between US-funded rebels and Ortega 's pro-Cuba Sandinista army. Ortega has been running neck-and-neck with conservative businessman Enrique Bolanos, 73, who served as President Arnoldo Aleman 's vice-president before launching his own election campaign. …

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