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UN vote to recognize Palestine is second defeat for israel

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The UN vote to recognise Palestine as a “non-member state” looks like a second defeat in just over a week

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Winners and losers in Gaza conflict

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As the cease-fire between Israel and Gaza takes effect, it’s worth asking what the week-long conflict, which has left five Israelis and at least 140 Palestinians dead, actually accomplished.

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Iran: Hamas not invited to Non-Aligned summit

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The Hamas premier in Gaza has not been invited to this week’s summit of the Non-Aligned Movement in Tehran, Iran

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Abbas ‘approves Arafat autopsy’

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Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has given his permission for the exhumation of the remains of his predecessor, Yasser Arafat, a

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Fatah, Hamas pick Abbas to head new joint government

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The rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas announced Monday they had agreed that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will head

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Abbas Takes Palestinian Statehood on the Road

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How long will it take the United Nations Security Council to answer the Palestinian application for membership in the global

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Abbas declares ‘Palestinian Spring’

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President Mahmoud Abbas received a hero’s welcome Sunday from thousands of cheering, flag-waving Palestinians, having made a bid for United

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Palestinians take to streets to cheer on UN bid

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Thousands of jubilant Palestinians thronged around outdoor screens in town squares across the West Bank on Friday to see their

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Defiant Abbas Disappointed in Obama, Still Pursues UN Membership

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When Mahmoud Abbas walks to the podium of the General Assembly today to ask for United Nations acceptance of Palestine

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Obama to meet Abbas and Netanyahu over Palestinian UN bid

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US President Barack Obama will urge his Palestinian counterpart Mahmoud Abbas to drop a bid for UN recognition of statehood

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