December 1988
New Republic;12/19/88, Vol. 199 Issue 25, p5
Reports on the prevention of the entry of Yasir Arafat, head of Palestine Liberation Organization, in the U.S. territory. Negotiations with the United Nations regarding the issue; Significance of territorial concessions; Announcement by the government of Iraq that its foreign minister will boycott the General Assembly session in New York; Role of Egypt in the affair.


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