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PA President Abbas and Saudi King Abdullah [file]
Abbas arrives in Saudia Arabia for economic summit

PA president, joined by other senior figures, expected to use gathering to ask for urgently needed financial aid.

 MALKI AND Frimet Roth
As the grief deepens

Remembering Malki on the 11th anniversary of the horrific Sbarro bombing.

By FRIMET ROTH
08/08/2012
Thai Foreign Minister Tovichakchaikul, Ban-ki Moon
'Thailand, PA establish full diplomatic relations'

Diplomatic relations to be managed from Palestinian embassy in Malaysia until embassy opened in Bangkok, Ma'an reports.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
01/08/2012
PA Foreign Minister Riad Malki
Journalist detained by PA goes on hunger strike

Youssef Al-Shayeb was arrested this week for reporting about corruption in the PA's diplomatic mission in France.

PA President Abbas at Doha conference on J'lem
Abbas to send 'mother of all letters' to Netanyahu

PA president writing letter on future of the peace process, set to blame Israel for failure of Oslo Accords.

PA President Abbas and Jordan's King Abdullah II
Abdullah meets with Abbas over Fatah-Hamas talks

Mashaal due in Jordan soon; Netanyahu discusses Palestinian unity with State Department's Burns.

PA President Abbas and Jordan's King Abdullah II
Abbas: No signs of resumption of peace talks

PA president tells Jordanian king settlement halt is not a pre-condition but rather an obligation, in Ramallah meeting.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
21/11/2011
Jordan's King Abdullah II with Abbas
Abbas to Abdullah: PA must mend ties with Hamas

Jordanian king visits W. Bank for first time since 2000, tells Abbas he supports Palestinian state on pre-67 borders.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
21/11/2011
Ban Ki-Moon
Ban: Israelis, Palestinians on collision course over UN bid

UN chief calls on both sides to exercise restraint; France says it would abstain from voting for PA UN membership bid in Security Council.

By JPOST.COM STAFF , REUTERS
04/11/2011
UNESCO
PA gains Arab backing for UNESCO membership request

Palestinians claim they have enough votes to gain acceptance into UN organization; Foreign Ministry: It would be a "tragedy" if bid passes.

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