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israeli hospitals demand funds to continue treating syrians


jerusalem — an israeli health official says israel's hospitals will stop treating syrian patients in non-emergency cases beginning next week unless the israeli government fully reimburses the hospitals for years of medical treatments to those wounded in the syrian civil war.the health ministry says that since 2013, four israeli hospitals have treated a total of 2,278 syrians. it says many of them had war wounds requiring significant surgery.israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu said in december that he wanted to expand medical assistance to wounded syrians.but orly weinstein, who heads the health ministry's division of government medical centers, told the prime minister's office sunday that the israeli government has only partially reimbursed hospitals for the treatments and that the h






israeli groups ask court to block law legalizing settlements


jerusalem — two israeli rights groups have asked the country's supreme court to overturn a new law legalizing west bank settlements.adalah and the jerusalem legal aid and human rights center appealed to the high court on wednesday, asking it to block implementation of the bill p ed in parliament this week that sets out to legalize dozens of settler outposts built on privately owned palestinian land.the measure sparked heavy criticism both in israel and abroad, with critics saying it amounts to legalized land theft. they also said it's legally problematic as it seeks to impose israeli law on occupied land that's not sovereign israeli territory.proponents claim the communities, some decades old and home to thousands of people, were built in "good faith" and quietly backed by several israeli






palestinians: 18-year-old s dead in clashes with israel


ramallah, west bank — israeli troops killed an 18-year-old palestinian and wounded five others after they e under attack in a refugee p in the northern west bank city of jenin, israeli and palestinian officials said.palestinian police say a group hurled rocks at the israeli troops, who responded with fire and fatally s mohammed khalefeh. the israeli military confirmed the account, saying that its forces were attacked with pipe bombs before they responded. israeli forces routinely carry out arrest raids in the west bank against wanted palestinian militants.since 2015, palestinian attackers have carried out numerous stabbings, shootings and vehicular aults that killed 40 israelis and two visiting americans. israeli forces killed 235 palestinians in the same period, most identified by israel






veteran israeli photojournalist david rubinger dies at 92


jerusalem — veteran israeli photographer david rubinger, whose photo of israeli paratroopers at the western wall holy site became an iconic image of the 1967 mideast war, has died at age 92.his death was announced thursday by his children.rubinger was a photojournalist for time-life magazine. his portraits span the history of israel, from the front lines of israel's major wars to intimate photos of israeli prime ministers and jewish immigrants.his most famous photo was of the paratroopers after israeli forces captured the western wall and east jerusalem.rubinger was born in vienna in 1924 and immigrated to palestine in 1939. he discovered photography while serving in the british army's jewish brigade in world war ii. he was awarded israel's highest honor, the israel prize, in 1997.






palestinians: 17-year-old s dead in clashes with israel


ramallah, west bank — palestinian police says israeli troops have s and killed a 17-year-old boy and injured five others who clashed with them.the police say the palestinians hurled rocks at the israeli troops, who responded with fire. the israeli military confirmed the account, saying that its forces were attacked with pipe bombs in the northern west bank city of jenin before they responded.since 2015, palestinian attackers have carried out numerous stabbings, shootings and vehicular aults that killed 40 israelis and two visiting americans. israeli forces killed 235 palestinians in the same period, most identified by israel as attackers.rights groups have accused israel of using excessive force in some of the confrontations. israel blames the violence on palestinian incitement, while pale






israel: palestinian militant killed in shootout


jerusalem — israeli police say a palestinian militant has been killed in a shootout with israeli forces in the west bank.police say 31-year-old basil al-araj headed a group planning attacks against israeli targets and collected weapons for the group. he was detained by palestinian forces last year for about a month.police say israeli forces early monday entered the ramallah area in the west bank to arrest al-araj, and he opened fire, leading to a shootout that killed him. the police published photos of two firearms it said were found on the scene.palestinians protested and threw stones at the israeli forces, and police say their forces shot and wounded two palestinians.also, the islamist group hamas says israel has arrested two of its lawmakers in the west bank.






israel: palestinian militant killed in shootout


jerusalem — a palestinian militant was killed monday in a shootout with israeli forces in the west bank, israeli police said.basil al-araj, 31, headed a group planning attacks against israeli targets and collected weapons for the group, police said. he was detained by palestinian forces last year for about a month.police said in a statement that israeli forces entered the ramallah area in the west bank to arrest al-araj, and he opened fire, leading to a shootout that killed him. the police published photos of two firearms it said were found on the scene.palestinians protested and threw stones at the israeli forces, and police say their forces shot and wounded two palestinians.also on monday, the islamist group hamas said israel arrested two of its lawmakers in the west bank.palestinians ha






palestinians protest against basil al-araj's killing | palestine news


protesters have marched in ramallah in the occupied west bank calling for justice after israeli security forces killed a 31-year-old palestinian activist.the march came late on monday, a day after basil al-araj was killed by israeli troops in a house in al-bireh, on the outskirts of ramallah.two other palestinians were wounded by gunfire in subsequent clashes with israeli security forces, according to palestinian hospital sources.seen as "close to islamists", araj, who was from al-walaja in bethlehem, had spent several months in a palestinian authority prison, according to a palestinian security source.mustafa barghouti, a palestinian non-violence activist and the head of the palestinian national initiative political party, told al jazeera that araj's death was "nothing but an act of extra






israeli army sets sights on recruits with autism


1 march 2017 last updated at 00:19 gmt the israeli army has started a programme to give jobs to young people with autism.






palestinians protest against basil al-araj's killing | palestine news


protesters have marched in ramallah in the occupied west bank calling for justice after israeli security forces killed a 31-year-old palestinian activist.the march came late on monday, a day after basil al-araj was killed by israeli troops in a house in al-bireh, on the outskirts of ramallah.two other palestinians were wounded by gunfire in subsequent clashes with israeli security forces, according to palestinian hospital sources.seen as "close to islamists", araj, who was from al-walaja in bethlehem, had spent several months in a palestinian authority prison, according to a palestinian security source.mustafa barghouti, a palestinian non-violence activist and the head of the palestinian national initiative political party, has described araj's death as "nothing but an act of extrajudicial






palestinians protest against basil al-araj's killing | palestine news


protesters have marched in ramallah in the occupied west bank calling for justice after israeli security forces killed a 31-year-old palestinian activist.the march came late on monday, a day after basil al-araj was killed by israeli troops in a house in al-bireh, on the outskirts of ramallah.two other palestinians were wounded by gunfire in subsequent clashes with israeli security forces, according to palestinian hospital sources.seen as "close to islamists", araj, who was from al-walaja in bethlehem, had spent several months in a palestinian authority prison, according to a palestinian security source.mustafa barghouti, a palestinian non-violence activist and the head of the palestinian national initiative political party, told al jazeera that araj's death was "nothing but an act of extra






palestinians protest against basil araj's killing | palestine news


protesters have marched in ramallah in the occupied west bank calling for justice after israeli security forces killed a 31-year-old palestinian activist.the march came late on monday, a day after basil araj was killed by israeli troops in a house in al-bireh, on the outskirts of ramallah.two other palestinians were wounded by gunfire in subsequent clashes with israeli security forces, according to palestinian hospital sources.seen as "close to islamists", araj, who was from al-walaja in bethlehem, had spent several months in a palestinian authority prison, according to a palestinian security source.the israeli police said on monday that the security personnel were there to arrest araj and later found two weapons on his property.in remarks on twitter, micky rosenfeld, israeli police spokes






israeli forces nearly finished evacuating west bank outpost


amona, west bank — israeli police say they are preparing to remove the last remaining israeli protesters from the west bank outpost of amona, which forces are evacuating under court order.police spokesman micky rosenfeld says about 200 protesters are barricaded inside a synagogue. he says several hundred police officers are preparing to remove them thursday, as well as others inside a small home nearby. the evacuation began wednesday.amona is the largest of about 100 unauthorized outposts erected in the west bank without formal permission but with tacit israeli government support. the outpost was found to be built on private palestinian land and the israeli supreme court ordered it demolished.the evacuation e amid bold new settlement moves by israel's government, which has been buoyed by t






israeli police clear west bank settler outpost


israeli police completed the evacuation of an illegal west bank settler outpost thursday, ending years of legal wrangling over its fate but spurring the government to approve a major settlement expansion in a bid to appease its right-wing base.israeli police evacuated roughly 300 residents and another 800 protesters from rams le cabins and trailers as part of an operation that began early wednesday. as many as 100 remaining...






white house: mideast peace may not be 2-state solution


u.n.: israeli settlement law crosses 'thick red line'tribune news servicesthe united nations' mideast envoy on tuesday said a new israeli law legalizing dozens of unlawful west bank settler outposts crossed a "very thick red line," while israeli rights groups said they would fight to overturn the measure in the supreme court. the explosive law, approved by israeli lawmakers...the united nations' mideast envoy on tuesday said a new israeli law legalizing dozens of unlawful west bank settler outposts crossed a "very thick red line," while israeli rights groups said they would fight to overturn the measure in the supreme court. the explosive law, approved by israeli lawmakers... (tribune news services)






israeli settlements ‘may not be helpful’ for middle east peace, trump administra


washington—president donald trump’s administration said thursday night that the growth of israeli settlements “may not be helpful” in achieving a goal of peace in the middle east, an abrupt shift that signals a potentially tougher stance with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. “while we don’t believe the existence of settlements is an impediment to peace, the construction of new settlements or the expansion of existing...






israel protests belgium pm's meeting with critical groups


jerusalem — israel has reprimanded belgium's amb ador over the belgian prime minister's meetings with liberal israeli groups critical of the government's policies.israel's foreign ministry says amb ador olivier belle appeared thursday for the reprimand, took note of it and transmitted the complaint to brussels.prime minister benjamin netanyahu ordered the measure after visiting belgian prime minister charles michel met with members of the human rights group b'tselem and breaking the silence, a group of former israeli combat soldiers who criticize israeli policies in the occupied west bank.many israeli leaders have portrayed the latter group as traitors, in part because their reports and lectures are often aimed at foreign audiences.netanyahu says he has ordered legislation that will preven






scientists have always been activists


there’s this pervasive idea that science is somehow exempt from the ugly political world in which the rest of us wallow. but even a perfunctory look at the history of american science shows that this hasn’t always been the case—and the circumstances that pushed scientists into the public sphere in the past aren’t that different from those scientists are facing today.advertisementsince trump’s election, many scientists have found themselves in an unfamiliar position: actively advocating for their work, their jobs, and the very idea of free scientific inquiry. scientists are mobilizing and organizing en masse, planning marches and running for office. they’re pushing back on potential nominees and boycotting conferences.kelly ramirez, a microbiologist and one of the founders of the 500 women






israeli minister: the bible says west bank is ours | palestine


last week, in a joint press conference with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, us president donald trump surprised the world by appearing to dismiss a long-standing us commitment to a two-state solution to the israeli-palestinian conflict.prominent hard-right israeli education minister, naftali bennett, welcomed the statement saying: "the era of a palestinian state is over.""there already exists two states for the palestinians: one in gaza, a full blown state run by hamas, and the other is jordan, where 70 percent of the citizens are, indeed, palestinians," bennett told upfront. "so the discussion is whether we need a third palestinian state smack in the heart of israel, and the answer is no."when asked about the israeli supreme court's 2005 ruling describing the west bank as under






media: israel to conclude arab car ramming wasn't attack


jerusalem — israeli media say a preliminary investigation by israeli officials has determined that an israeli arab driver who struck and killed a policeman last year did so unintentionally, prompting calls for senior officials to resign for calling him a terrorist.the israeli daily haaretz says the justice ministry will soon publish its conclusions about the incident. the justice ministry would not elaborate on its investigation.police said the arab citizen rammed his vehicle into a group of policemen and was shot dead as protesters demonstrated in november against a court-ordered demolition of unauthorized buildings in a bedouin village in southern israel. arab advocates say the man lost control of his car after being shot.public security minister gilad erdan says he would apologize if of






scientists hold rally in boston protest threats to science


boston — hundreds of scientists, environmental advocates and their supporters are rallying in boston to protest what they see as increasing threats to science and research in the u.s.the scientists say they want president donald trump's administration to recognize evidence of climate change and take action on various environmental issues.the protesters gathered in boston's copley square on sunday.geoffrey supran is a postdoctoral fellow at harvard university and the massachusetts institute of technology who studies renewable energy solutions to climate change. he says the scientists are trying to send a message to trump that "science is the backbone of our prosperity and progress."the rally was held outside of the american association for the advancement of science annual meeting, one of t






scientists are standing up to trump because they've always stood up to bullshit


there’s this pervasive idea that science is somehow exempt from the ugly political world in which the rest of us wallow. but even a perfunctory look at the history of american science shows that this hasn’t always been the case—and the circumstances that pushed scientists into the public sphere in the past aren’t that different from those scientists are facing today.advertisementsince trump’s election, many scientists have found themselves in an unfamiliar position: actively advocating for their work, their jobs, and the very idea of free scientific inquiry. scientists are mobilizing and organizing en masse, planning marches and running for office. they’re pushing back on potential nominees and boycotting conferences.kelly ramirez, a microbiologist and one of the founders of the 500 women






senior turkish, israeli officials meet for improved ties


ankara, turkey — senior turkish and israeli officials are meeting for the first time in nearly seven years, seeking to find ways to further improve ties and to discuss regional developments.turkey and israel — formerly close allies — reconciled last year and restored amb adorial-level diplomatic ties, mending a deep rift caused by the deaths of 10 turkish activists during an israeli commando raid on an aid vessel that tried to breach the blockade on gaza in 2010.turkish foreign undersecretary umit yalcin and his israeli counterpart, yuval rotem, were meeting in ankara on wednesday for their two countries' first political consultations session since 2010.rotem was also scheduled to meet with members of turkey's jewish community during his stay.






palestinians: israeli airstrike kills 2 on gaza-egypt border


gaza city, gaza strip — palestinian officials say an israeli airstrike has killed two gaza residents in a smuggling tunnel along the border with egypt.health ministry spokesman ashraf al-kidra says thursday's pre-dawn airstrike wounded five others.the israeli military had no immediate comment. but on wednesday the military said its missile defense system intercepted several rockets fired from militants in egypt toward the southern israeli city of eilat — a relatively rare occurrence.the bombing appears to be the first to target smuggling tunnels since the 2014 war between israel and gaza's hamas rulers.earlier this week, israel carried out several strikes on hamas targets after a rocket landed in israel. israel holds hamas responsible for any fire originating from gaza.






israeli minister: us warned israel about annexing west bank


jerusalem (ap) — israel’s defense minister said monday the u.s. has notified israel that imposing israeli sovereignty over the west bank would lead to an “immediate crisis” with the trump administration.“we received a direct message — not an indirect message and not a hint — from the united states. imposing israeli sovereignty on judea and samaria would mean an immediate crisis with the new administration,” defense minister avigdor lieberman said at the start of parliament’s foreign affairs and defense committee meeting. judea and samaria is the biblical term for the west bank, land israel captured in the 1967 mideast war and continues to occupy.the defense minister was responding to a media interview with lawmaker miki zohar, of prime minister benjamin netanyahu’s right-wing likud party,






is israel winning? | | al jazeera


in this week's upfront, we speak to israeli education minister naftali bennett, who cites the bible as proof of israel's claim over the occupied west bank.and in a special interview, we speak to the "mother of south sudan" and former adviser to president salva kiir, rebecca garang.headliner - israeli minister: the bible says west bank is ourslast week, in a joint press conference with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, us president donald trump surprised the world by appearing to dismiss a long-standing us commitment to a two-state solution to the israeli-palestinian conflict.prominent hard-right israeli education minister, naftali bennett, welcomed the statement saying: "the era of a palestinian state is over.""there already exists two states for the palestinians: one in gaza, a f






palestinian s dead by israeli soldier in jenin | palestine news


a palestinian has been s dead and five others wounded by israeli soldiers at the jenin p in the occupied west bank, palestinian medical sources said.the person killed on sunday was identified as 19-year-old mohammed abu khalifa, the sources said.the shooting occurred after an incursion into the p by israeli forces sparked clashes with young palestinians, palestinian security officials said.    an israeli army spokeswoman said the soldiers had opened fire after entering the p and being attacked with explosive devices.    "faced with immediate danger, the soldiers fired at the main instigators of the violence," she told afp.    none of the soldiers were hurt, she added.    israeli forces regularly carry out raids in the west bank.   a wave of violence that erupted in october 2015 has resulte






palestinian s dead by israeli soldier in jenin | palestine news


a palestinian has been s dead and five others wounded by israeli soldiers at the jenin p in the occupied west bank, palestinian medical sources said.the person killed on sunday was identified as 19-year-old mohammed abu khalifa, the sources said.the shooting occurred after an incursion into the p by israeli forces sparked clashes with young palestinians, palestinian security officials said.    maan news agency cited reports saying that after undercover israeli forces used live ammunition, stun grenades, and tear gas against protesters after dozens of military vehicles stormed the area.an israeli army spokeswoman said the soldiers had opened fire after entering the p and being attacked with explosive devices.    "faced with immediate danger, the soldiers fired at the main instigators of the






top israeli rabbi tells pm to act against us anti-semitism


jerusalem — an israeli chief rabbi is imploring prime minister benjamin netanyahu to speak up about a recent wave of anti-semitism and jewish cemetery vandalism in the united states.chief rabbi yitzhak yosef called on netanyahu and israeli diplomats "not to be silent about the phenomenon of jewish cemetery desecration."he added: "we have to raise a very clear voice to work as much as possible to stop these anti-semitic acts."yosef spoke monday at a ceremony marking a deadly 1992 bombing at the israeli embassy in buenos aires.netanyahu is usually vocal against global anti-semitism but issued a muted response to recent acts targeting u.s jewish institutions. critics in israel say netanyahu may be looking to protect his ally, president donald trump, who is accused of stirring up xenophobia.






gaza report: 'not about justice for israel's victims' |


the israeli leadership shows no signs of heeding the lessons of an official report into the 2014 gaza war that led to massive destruction and loss of life in the tiny coastal enclave, palestinians warned this week.after a two-year inquiry, the state comptroller, an official israeli watchdog, published a report on tuesday into the 51-day war, which began in july 2014. it was highly critical of israeli government officials, as well as israel's military and its intelligence services.in particular, the 200-page document faulted israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu for failing to address the mounting humanitarian crisis in gaza - conditions that made hostilities ever more likely, according to the report.netanyahu was also blamed for failing to pursue diplomatic moves that might have averte






israeli minister: us warned israel about annexing west bank


jerusalem — israel's defense minister said monday the u.s. has notified israel that imposing israeli sovereignty over the west bank would lead to an "immediate crisis" with the trump administration."we received a direct message — not an indirect message and not a hint — from the united states. imposing israeli sovereignty on judea and samaria would mean an immediate crisis with the new administration," defense minister avigdor lieberman said at the start of parliament's foreign affairs and defense committee meeting. judea and samaria is the biblical term for the west bank, land israel captured in the 1967 mideast war and continues to occupy.the defense minister was responding to a media interview with lawmaker miki zohar, of prime minister benjamin netanyahu's right-wing likud party, in wh






israeli minister: us warned israel about annexing west bank


jerusalem — israel's defense minister says the u.s. has notified israel that imposing israeli sovereignty over the west bank would lead to an "immediate crisis" with the trump administration.defense minister avigdor lieberman said monday that, "we received a direct message — not an indirect message and not a hint — from the united states. imposing israeli sovereignty on judea and samaria would mean an immediate crisis with the new administration."judea and samaria is the biblical term for the west bank.lieberman was responding to a media interview with lawmaker miki zohar, of prime minister benjamin netanyahu's party, in which he rejected the idea of a palestinian state and advocated for a "one-state solution" in which palestinians would have israeli citizenship.lieberman was speaking to p






palestinian women lead resistance in budrus |


ramallah, occupied west bank - when israeli military jeeps approached the village of budrus last month, every resident was notified within minutes.through the speakers of the village's mosque, a warning was issued: israeli forces had entered the area and were preparing to demolish a house.men, women and children rushed towards the site of the impending demolition. the village's women were the first on the scene."there was no organising meeting or discussion beforehand. we knew right when we arrived exactly what we had to do to stop them," resident najia awad told al jazeera.najia and several other women pushed past israel's forces and inside the house slated for demolition, until israeli soldiers and border police began to block other women doing the same. "we descended from the house and






israeli groups ask court to block law legalizing settlements


jerusalem (ap) — two israeli rights groups have asked the country’s supreme court to overturn a new law legalizing west bank settlements.adalah and the jerusalem legal aid and human rights center appealed to the high court on wednesday, asking it to block implementation of the bill p ed in parliament this week that sets out to legalize dozens of settler outposts built on privately owned palestinian land.the measure sparked heavy criticism both in israel and abroad, with critics saying it amounts to legalized land theft. they also said it’s legally problematic as it seeks to impose israeli law on occupied land that’s not sovereign israeli territory.proponents claim the communities, some decades old and home to thousands of people, were built in “good faith” and quietly backed by several isr






palestinians: 17-year-old s dead in clashes with israel


ramallah, west bank (ap) — palestinian police says israeli troops have s and killed a 17-year-old boy and injured five others who clashed with them.the police say the palestinians hurled rocks at the israeli troops, who responded with fire. the israeli military confirmed the account, saying that its forces were attacked with pipe bombs in the northern west bank city of jenin before they responded.since 2015, palestinian attackers have carried out numerous stabbings, shootings and vehicular aults that killed 40 israelis and two visiting americans. israeli forces killed 235 palestinians in the same period, most identified by israel as attackers.rights groups have accused israel of using excessive force in some of the confrontations. israel blames the violence on palestinian incitement, while






police: palestinian wounds 4 israelis in market attack


jerusalem — israeli police say a palestinian has opened fire at a market in central israel wounding four people.spokesman micky rosenfeld said the attacker was arrested soon after the shooting thursday afternoon in petah tikva.he said it was "most likely a terror attack" but police are still investigating.channel 10 reported three people were injured from the shooting and one person was stabbed.since 2015, palestinian attackers have carried out numerous stabbings, shootings and aults using cars, killing 41 israelis and two visiting americans. during the same period, israeli forces have killed 235 palestinians. israel says most of the palestinians killed were attackers while others died in clashes with israeli forces.israel says the bloodshed is fueled by a palestinian paign of incitement,






new imaging method helps scientists look beyond dinosaur bones


using a new laser imaging technique to reveal traces of soft tissue in fossils of an early feathered, birdlike dinosaur, scientists have found direct evidence of a wing structure needed for flight that was previously invisible from the preserved bone evidence. the research is part of a body of work on the cutting edge of paleontology, leveraging new technology to flesh out the study of fossils beyond bones, to look at soft tissue and feathers. other scientists have recently turned up evidence of the protein collagen...






palestinians decry west bank industrial zone expansion |


salfit, occupied west bank - standing by the side of a highway near the main gates to ariel west, an israeli industrial zone in the heart of the west bank district of salfit, jamal omar fazaa makes a sweeping gesture with his hand."this is my family's land, exactly 186 dunums [18 hectares]," he tells al jazeera.an old olive tree stands just a few metres from the israeli bulldozers levelling the ground here. the crooked necks of yellow cranes dot the landscape along this stretch of highway 5, an israeli road that cuts through two adjacent industrial zones: barkan, which houses more than 130 factories and companies, and the smaller ariel west, which houses about 26.israeli media outlets recently reported that 60 new companies have registered to relocate to the area, despite the threat of ret






israeli leader lauds 'new day' in relations with trump's us


jerusalem — israel's leader says president donald trump told him it was a "new day" in israeli-american relations.benjamin netanyahu told his cabinet sunday that last week's meeting with trump in washington was "historic" and strengthened the two countries' longtime alliance.after eight years of testy ties with barack obama, netanyahu seems to be relishing trump's warm embrace. the new president has broken from his predecessor in adopting friendlier positions to the israeli government regarding a tough line on iran, a vaguer stance on palestinian statehood and a more lenient approach to west bank settlements.netanyahu says the two leaders see "eye to eye" on iran and have formed teams to work together on a host of issues. he says "there is a new day and it is a good day."






gaza report: 'not about justice for israel's victims' |


the israeli leadership shows no signs of heeding the lessons of an official report into the 2014 gaza war that led to massive destruction and loss of life in the tiny coastal enclave, palestinians warned this week.after a two-year inquiry, the state comptroller, an official israeli watchdog, published a report on tuesday into the 51-day war, which began in july 2014. it was highly critical of israeli government officials, as well as israel's military and its intelligence services.in particular, the 200-page document faulted israeii prime minister benjamin netanyahu for failing to address the mounting humanitarian crisis in gaza - conditions that made hostilities ever more likely, according to the report.netanyahu was also blamed for failing to pursue diplomatic moves that might have averte






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