Hizbullah strikes again
The capture of a former Israeli colonel this week was another heavy blow dealt by Hizbullah to Israel, reports Dalal Saoud from Beirut
A bomb exploded near a US destroyer in Yemen, killing 17 Americans. Nobody seems to know who was responsible. Nasser Arrabyee reports from Sana'a
The European Union auditioned for the role of "honest broker" in the Middle East. But France buckled under Israeli pressure. Dominic Coldwell reports from London
'Ask Clinton why'
As bloody Palestinian-Israeli confrontations reverberate throughout the US, American Arabs and Jews exchange rally for rally, reports Thomas Gorguissian from Washington
'A familiar ring'
The US-based Black Radical Congress sees history repeat itself in Palestine. Israel must recognise that it cannot be simultaneously ethno-religiously-based and democratic, charges Gamal Nkrumah
The time for talk is over
Officials and the press in Iran condemned the two-day emergency peace summit in Sharm Al-Sheikh saying it is aimed at "influencing" next week's Arab summit in Cairo and sidetracking the Intifada