The Associated Press
KFAR DAROM, Gaza Strip Ä Islamic militants opposed to the Israeli-PLO peace process killed six Israeli soldiers and wounded dozens of people in two suicide bombings Sunday near isolated Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip.
Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin said he would continue talks with the Palestine Liberation Organization despite calls by right-wing opponents and some of his allies to halt them in protest.
In the first attack, a van parked by the main Gaza highway exploded near an Israeli bus at about noon, killing six soldiers, said Brig. Gen. Doron Almog, Israel's commander in Gaza. Officials said 34 people were wounded.
Two hours later, about six miles up the road, a Palestinian car drove into an Israeli convoy of military and civilian cars and exploded, Almog said. Eleven Israelis were wounded, including two girls ages 2 and 4, and two soldiers who were in critical condition.
Three of those injured were Americans, said White House Spokesman Mike McCurry, who was traveling with President Clinton in Los Angeles.
He wouldn't give their names, and didn't say in which attack they were wounded.
One of those wounded in the first attack was identi-
Jennie Park, undeclared sophomore, said the improvements "are not an emergency" and is concerned about where the money for the changes will come from.
"Aren't we essentially going to be paying for it ... by raising tuition?" she said.
Beatriz Martin, psychology sophomore, said it would be better if some of the chairs in the classrooms were not bolted to the floor. Martin attended a small university before coming to the UA and said most of the chairs were not attached to floor, which made it easier to move around and interact with others.
Steele said the changes "will make a big difference in the environment on this campus."
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