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IdentifierDateEmbassyClassificationSubjectRedacted
85MOGADISHU11751985-01-31 05:31:00Embassy MogadishuUNCLASSIFIEDECONOMIC POLICY PROFILE: SOMALIANo
85BANDARSERIBEGAWAN2141985-03-04 06:20:00Embassy Bandar Seri BegawanCONFIDENTIALBIG BUSINESS IS ROYAL BUSINESS IN BRUNEINo
85BEIRUT20481985-04-04 14:34:00Embassy BeirutSECRETLEBANESE FORCES FINANCESNo
85KADUNA7091985-06-05 11:18:00Consulate KadunaCONFIDENTIALREPORTS OF STARVATION IN NIGERIANo
85KADUNA12071985-10-09 12:39:00Consulate KadunaUNCLASSIFIEDNORTHERN NIGERIA ECONOMIC QUARTERLYNo
86DAMASCUS37471986-06-20 11:02:00Embassy DamascusCONFIDENTIALSYRIA AND IRAN ON LEBANON: WHO THREATENS WHOM?No
87ALEXANDRIA2901987-02-25 15:18:00Consulate AlexandriaCONFIDENTIALISLAMIC TRILOGY, PART I: AN OVERVIEW OF THE ISLAMIC RIGHT IN ALEXANDRIANo
87ALEXANDRIA2911987-02-25 15:25:00Consulate AlexandriaCONFIDENTIALISLAMIC TRILOGY, PART II: LEADERS AND MOSQUES OF THE ISLAMIC RIGHT IN ALEXANDRIANo
87ALEXANDRIA2921987-02-25 16:04:00Consulate AlexandriaCONFIDENTIALISLAMIC TRILOGY, PART III: COMMERCIAL AND PHILANTHROPIC ACTIVITIES OF THE ISLAMIC RIGHT IN ALEXANDRIANo
88DAMASCUS17951988-03-28 12:22:00Embassy DamascusCONFIDENTIALA SYRIAN DIPLOMAT'S VIEW OF LIFE IN TEHRANNo
88TUNIS115981988-11-08 15:49:00Embassy TunisCONFIDENTIALTUNISIA CELEBRATES 7 NOVEMBER; ELECTIONS NEXT APRIL; NATIONAL PACT SIGNEDNo
89ABUDHABI6361989-02-01 10:21:00Embassy Abu DhabiCONFIDENTIALTEHRAN SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCENENo
89KUWAIT39221989-08-01 11:32:00Embassy KuwaitCONFIDENTIALTHE MERCHANT FAMILIES LOSE GROUND TO - THE AL-SABAHNo
90STATE326181990-02-01 23:30:00Secretary of StateSECRETTHE SECRETARY'S MEETING WITH YAR PRESIDENT SALEH: AID AND ECONOMIC SUBJECTSNo
90ABUDHABI12081990-02-28 13:15:00Embassy Abu DhabiSECRETHARDLINERS CONTINUE ATTACK ON RAFSANJANI ON ECONOMIC PLANS, INSIST HOSTILITY TO AMERICANS MUST CONTINUENo
90KHARTOUM34771990-04-01 07:32:00Embassy KhartoumCONFIDENTIALSUDAN AND THE ARABS: POSSIBLY STEP-SISTERS; CERTAINLY NOT BROTHERSNo
90STATE1634401990-05-21 20:30:00Secretary of StateCONFIDENTIALIRAN A YEAR AFTER KHOMEINI - LIVING WITH THE LEGACYNo
90RIYADH52151990-06-28 08:25:00Embassy RiyadhCONFIDENTIALBACKGROUND ON SAUDI VISITOR TARIQ BIN LADEN AND BIN LADEN COMPANIESNo
91KHARTOUM21041991-05-30 10:08:00Embassy KhartoumCONFIDENTIALBASHIR AND THE RCC ON THE EVE OF THEIR SECOND ANNIVERSARYNo
91IZMIR3731991-06-06 12:34:00Consulate IzmirUNCLASSIFIEDLIBYANS RETURN TO IZMIR; THEY ARE WELCOME AS LONG AS THEY BRING DOLLARSNo
91JEDDAH18921991-08-28 11:26:00Consulate JeddahCONFIDENTIALJEDDAH'S MERCHANT ELITE: THE ALIREZASNo
92ZAGREB3951992-03-13 14:55:00Embassy ZagrebUNCLASSIFIEDZAGREB UPDATE: MARCH 3, 1992No
92ZAGREB4091992-03-17 15:23:00Embassy ZagrebUNCLASSIFIEDZAGREB UPDATE: MARCH 17, 1992No
92ZAGREB4671992-03-30 14:40:00Embassy ZagrebUNCLASSIFIEDZAGREB UPDATE: MARCH 30, 1992No
92ZAGREB5271992-04-09 12:46:00Embassy ZagrebCONFIDENTIALCROATIA, SLOVENIA AND THE U.S.: THE FUTURE IS NOWNo
92ZAGREB10281992-06-22 14:44:00Embassy ZagrebUNCLASSIFIEDZAGREB UPDATE: JUNE 23, 1992No
92ZAGREB10561992-06-26 13:51:00Embassy ZagrebUNCLASSIFIEDZAGREB UPDATE: JUNE 26, 1992No
92ZAGREB18541992-09-28 15:40:00Embassy ZagrebUNCLASSIFIEDCGYOOL -- ZAGREB UPDATE: SEPT 28, 1992No
92ZAGREB18691992-09-29 16:13:00Embassy ZagrebUNCLASSIFIEDCGYOOL -- ZAGREB UPDATE: SEPT 29, 1992No
92ALEXANDRIA7211992-10-20 10:46:00Consulate AlexandriaCONFIDENTIALALEXANDRIA: CONSENSUS OF VIEWS ON THE PROBLEMS FACING EGYPT: THE ECONOMYNo
94KADUNA3651994-03-29 14:45:00Consulate KadunaCONFIDENTIALTHE LAST GASP FROM KADUNA: WHO'S WHONo
94ZAGREB13271994-04-01 17:58:00Embassy ZagrebUNCLASSIFIED1993-94 CSCE IMPLEMENTATION REPORT: UNCLASSIFIEDNo
94BANJUL35401994-10-07 12:01:00Embassy BanjulCONFIDENTIALTHE GAMBIA: JAMMEH DIGS IN DEEPERNo
95TUNIS1391995-01-10 13:31:00Embassy TunisUNCLASSIFIEDBEN ALI LETTER TO CLINTONNo
95SOFIA5281995-01-23 16:29:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALIT COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE: BULGARIA'S SOCIALIST PARTY CABINET INCLUDES SOME MODERATESYes
95BEIRUT26761995-07-12 14:10:00Embassy BeirutCONFIDENTIALHIZBALLAH AND HARIRI STRIKE A DEALNo
96RIYADH13381996-04-10 07:51:00Embassy RiyadhCONFIDENTIALSAUDI ARABIA: THE CROWN PRINCE'S VIEWS ON REFORM, GULF WAR SPENDING, ISRAEL AND IRANNo
96STATE867891996-04-26 13:25:00Secretary of StateCONFIDENTIALSADC'S VIEWS ON ZAIRENo
96RIYADH47841996-11-30 13:45:00Embassy RiyadhSECRETSAUDI ROYAL WEALTH: WHERE DO THEY GET ALL THAT MONEY?No
97BEIJING38161997-01-31 03:03:00Embassy BeijingCONFIDENTIALCODEL ACKERMAN MEETING WITH ASSISTANT MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS YANG JIECHI, JANUARY 28No

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