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TheMichiganDaily - Monday, December 6, 1993 - 7
.Palestinian who killed Israeli soldier shot by troops

HOLON, Israel (AP) - A Pales-
tinian boarded a bus and opened fire
with an assault rifle yesterday, killing
areservist before being gunned down
by troops.
It was the first major attack inside
Israel since it signed a peace pact with
*he PLO. ,
Senior ministers warned Israelis
to brace for a possible frenzy of at-
tacks by opponents of the accord as
the Dec. 13 deadline approaches for

Israel to start transferring power to
the Palestine Liberation Organization
in parts of the occupied territories.
In Egypt, Israel and the PLO re-
sumed talks on Palestinian autonomy.
They had been stalled over conditions
for Israel's withdrawal from the Gaza
Strip and the West Bank town of
Jericho. U.S. Secretary of State War-
ren Christopher toured the Middle
East to push forward the peace pro-
cess and was to meet today in Amman

with PLO chair Yasser Arafat and
Jordanian officials.
A radical Palestinian group op-
posed to the accord, Islamic Jihad,
took responsibility for yesterday's
attack in a leaflet issued in the Gaza
Strip.
The Palestinian attacker tried to
hijack the bus when it stopped at an
intersection in this Tel Aviv suburb
but was killed by Israeli soldiers, po-
lice said. A reserve soldier was fatally

shot by the attacker, Israel's national public already skeptical about the

news agency Itim reported.
The reservist apparently was sit-
ting behind the driver, and radio re-
ports said another soldier was slightly
wounded. Investigators at the scene
said the attacker's gun, an Israel army
assault rifle, apparently jammed.
This was the most menacing at-
tack inside Israel since it signed the
accord with the PLO on Sept. 13 and
one likely to engender hostility in a

peace process.
"In the interim period, the oppo-
nents to peace on both sides are flex-
ing their muscles and won't stop at
anything, they will use any means, to
frustrate the process," Health Minis-
ter Haim Ramon said yesterday.
The latest Palestinian victim was
a vegetable vendor who died from his
wounds yesterday after being shot by
Jewish settlers Saturday as he was

riding in a taxi in the occupied West
Bank. Witnesses said a settler fired
from a road barricade as the taxi was
backing up to avoid a confrontation.
The armed settlers claimed the car
was trying to run them over.
In yesterday's attack, police said
the Palestinian attacker jumped from
a stolen car as the bus idled at a bus
stop and began firing into the bus,
which carried about two dozen pas-
sengers.

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CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) -
Millions of Venezuelans turned out
for national elections yesterday, stand-
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Chief elections official Isidro
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The insurgent soldiers were un-
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Interim Presi dent

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EVERYONE SAW THIS AS
A PROBLEM ONCE.
Occasionally the pieces all fit, but you didn't know why. Eventually,
it became obvious.
Today, you have a new set of problems and again you may find yourself
getting the solutions, but not knowing exactly why.

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