Wednesday, April 10, 2002

West Bank raids continue
Intense fighting kills 13 Israeli soldiers, wounds nine
By Greg Myre
Associated Press

JENIN, West Bank — Palestinian militants ambushed Israeli soldiers during intense fighting in a refugee camp Tuesday, opening fire from rooftops and setting off explosions that collapsed a building on troops in a narrow alley, the Israeli military said. Thirteen Israeli soldiers were killed and nine wounded.
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Palestinians surrender to Israeli forces Monday in the West Bank city of Nablus. Intense fighting continued in a refugee camp Tuesday.

The truth about sushi
It’s not just raw fish, you see?
By John-Mark Day
Skiff Staff

Sushi. The very word conjures up connotations of something slimy and writhing.
“Dude, I saw this guy swallow a live goldfish at a party once. Is that the same thing?”
No, no it’s not. Actually, sushi, a longtime staple of the Japanese diet, doesn’t even have to mean anything raw (and whatever is raw is very dead), explained Yumiko Keitges, director of the Japanese studies program.
“There aren’t that many raw fish sushi,” Keitges said. “Raw fish is expensive.”
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Sushi Rice

California Roll

Spider Roll

If you’re just starting out in the world of sushi, here are some words you’ll probably come across:


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