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Brazil's Israel embassy move requires more study: president's spokesman

Reuters Monday, 25 March 2019
Brazil's decision on whether to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem deserves deeper study, and that is what President Jair Bolsonaro is doing, his spokesman said on Monday.
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