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February 21, 1986 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-21

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X22 Friday, February 21, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

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Ivory Coast,
Israel Restore
Diplomatic Ties

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel and
Ivory Coast announced the
resumption of full diplomatic
relations last week in joint
statements released simul-
taneously here and in Abidjan,
the Ivorian capital. Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir said
an Israeli Ambassador will take
up his post in the West African
nation shortly.
An Ambassador from Ivory
Coast will soon establish an
embassy in Tel Aviv. The
country had its embassy in
Jerusalem before it broke rela-
tions with Israel in 1973 in the
aftermath of the Yom Kippur
War, and still owns the building
there.
The two countries agreed in
principle to restore relations
during a meeting last December
between Prime Minister Shimon
Peres and President Felix
Houphouet-Boigny of Ivory
Coast. The meeting, in Geneva,
had not been announced in
advance.
Ivory Coast was one of the
last Black African states to
break with Israel after the Yom
Kippur War. But despite the
absence of diplomatic ties, it
retained important commercial
and economic relationships with
Israel. Two other Black African
nations that broke with Israel in
1973, Zaire and Liberia, re-
sumed diplomatic relations last
year.

Suspect Held In
Murder Of
Policeman

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Deten-
_ don orders against a prime
suspect in the murder of a
Jerusalem policeman were ex-
tended for 15 days by a mag-
istrates court here last week.
The suspect, Omar Faraj, is
one of eight alleged members
of a criminal gang operating
from Silwan village outside
Jerusalem arrested so far in
the case.
According to police, Faraj
drove the car from which police
Sgt. Maj. Avi Biazi, a plain-
clothes detective, was gunned
down gang-land style near Jaf-
fa Gate. Biazi was driving an
unmarked car at the time. The
killers wore masks and used
automatic weapons.
The latest arrest in the case
was made after an Israel De-
fense Force patrol shot and
wounded a 25-year old East
Jerusalein resident believed to
be, a member of the Silwan
gang. e suspect was re-
- ported ' 'stable condition at
the Eii\ rem medical center.
Polices 'd he has a long
criminal r ord` d is wanted
for robbery and drug tint.
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