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IT IS, indeed, unfortunate that the project for... Full story

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US plans ‘Gazafication’ of the West Bank

A Palestinian sets fire to a tyre during clashes between hundreds of Palestinians and Israeli soldiers outside the Ofer prison after a march marking the 65th Nakba day or ‘Day of Catastrophe’ on May 15, 2013 in Betunia near the West Bank city of Ramallah. — AFP photo/Abbas Momani
IN RECENT days, US and European diplomats have been engaged in a frenzy of activity on the Israeli-Palestinian front, before they settle down for the usual two-week Christmas hibernation. A sense of urgency looms... Full story


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