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Barak gives Arafat ultiram
JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel yesterday pressed its
ultimatum to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat: Order
an end to the violence within a day or the peace talks
are over - and what's more, Palestinian comman-
ders could become targets.
Israelis settled down to fast through Yom Kippur
wondering whether their Day of Atonement, which
ends at sundown today, would carry echoes of the
same terrifying day 27 years ago when a surprise Arab
attack launched a devastating war. The United States
stepped up its efforts to get the sides talking again.
The days of rage that have consumed Israel, the
West Bank and the Gaza Strip since Sept. 28 have
spread elsewhere: Israel was building up its forces
on its northern border after Lebanese guerrillas
seized three Israeli soldiers, shattering the calm that
has prevailed there since Israel withdrew from
Lebanon in May.
The Iranian-backed Hezbollah militia dedicated
Saturday's operation to the Palestinians who have
died in the recent clashes. The fighting has claimed
82 lives so far, most Palestinian.
Touring the northern boider. Priime Minister Ehud
Barak had a simple messae for the Palestinians, for
the Lebanese, and for the Syrians who are the real
power in Lebanon: It's up to you to stop this from
"Syria has supreme responsibility to ensure that
there will not be hostile actions against Israel from
Lebanon," Barak said.
To Arafat, he repeated the ultimatum he delivered
Saturday night: End the violence by tonight, when
Yom Kippur ends.
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Clinton, Lazio debate campaign issues
NEW YORK - Hillary Rodham Clinton, facing Republican Rep. Rick Lazio
in the second debate of their Senate campaign, took him to task yesterday for
what she says is a violation of their agreement to ban outside money frog the
"Last month, Mr. Lazio said this was an issue of trust and character. Hem
right," Clinton said. "And, if New Yorkers can't trust him to keep his word fdrf
days, how can they trust him for six years."
Lazio, who insists he has not violated the agreement, blasted her back, raising
the issue of whether the Clintons have used sleepovers at the White House and
Camp David to generate campaign contributions.
"Mrs. Clinton, please, no lectures from Motel 1600," he said, referring to the
White House's 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue address.
In what turned out to be a one-hour, rapid-fire exchange of ideas, chargesand
countercharges, Clinton was even asked by one journalist to explain her decision
to stay with President Clinton after his affair with Monica Lewinsky byeqmc
"The choices that I've made in my life are right for me," she said. "I can't
about anybody else's choices. I can only say mine have been based on myX
gious faith, on my strong sense of family and what I believe is right and impor-
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JERUSALEM (AP) - An Ameri-
can-born rabbi was found shot to death
in a cave in the West Bank and U.S.
Jewish leaders called on President Clin-
ton to hold the Palestinian leader
responsible for the murder.
Israeli soldicrs yesterday found the
body of Rabbi Hillel Lieberman, a Jew-
ish settler missing since Saturday, in a
cave near a West Bank highway.
"He was shot by Palestinians," said
police spokesman Rafi Yafe. Yafe said
the family was notified at the onset of
Yom Kippur, the holiest day in the Jew-
ish calendar. Because of strict obser-
vances, the family, residents of the Elon
Moreh settlement in the northern West
Bank, were not available to comment.
Jewish leaders in New York said the
37-year-old rabbi, a father of six, had
immigrated to Israel 14 years ago.
A statement issued by the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations said Lieberman
had left home on foot Saturday and was
headed for Joseph's tomb, ransacked
earlier by Palestinians who destroyed
sacred Jewish texts at the site after dri-
ving away Israeli troops.
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Fi-estone CEO committees looking
will be asked about
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Bridge- ing today's deposit
stone/Firestone's top executive will be attorney GordonF
asked today when his company knew know when he kne
about problems with its tires and why it lems with the tires,
didn't act sooner, say attorneys who are the company knew,
in Nashville to depose Masatoshi Ono.
The seven-hour deposition sched- L.A. prep
uled at a Nashville hotel is believed to trial of
be the first time that Ono will talk o
with attorneys who have filed lawsuits LOS ANGELES
over his company's tires, which have the city's largest p
been linked to more than 150 deaths determine more tha
worldwide. policemen charged
In August, Nashville-based Bridge- members for crimes,
stone/Firestone Inc., the U.S. sub- Legal observers
sidiary of Tokyo's Bridgestone Corp., convictions are sli
recalled some 6.5 million of its ATX, could make prose
ATX II and Wilderness tires. bring more corrup
The National Highway Transporta- intensifying already
tion Safety administration later issued cism about whethe
a consumer advisory on 1.4 million immune from theju
more Firestone tires considered poten- "Of all the case
tially unsafe and opened an investiga- this one to prosecu
tion into the Steeltex brand. ly arbitrary," Gor
Ono, who is CEO and chairman of someone threw ad
the U.S. operations and executive vice picked this one."
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to decide who wi
BELGRADE - Officials loyal to elections.
former Yugoslav president Slobodan At a private mee
Milosevic yesterday sought to block a Kostunica, Milut
plan by newly inaugurated President accede to Kostun
Vojislav Kostunica to replace the gov- Milosevic loyalists
ernment of the Serbian republic with ernment step down
an interim, bipartisan group of experts Grenades
who would rule until new elections in
several months. Colombia
The intensified political squabbling
was the latest sign that while Milose- BOGOTA, Colo
vic has conceded the Sept. 24 attacks killed three
Yugoslav election, he continues to try 13 others over th(
to hold on to power through his allies. bian police said yes
At stake now is political control of A grenade explo
Serbia, the dominant Yugoslav repub- town of La Tebaida
lic, which has its own police force, fee-growing regio
judiciary, banking system and foreign south of the capi
trade office. people were kil
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Milan Milutinovic, a Milosevic ally borhood where v
who was indicted last year by the U.N. 1998 earthquakev
war crimes tribunal for alleged porary housing.
involvement in atrocities in the sepa-
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