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U.S. envoys lend a hand as Israel digs down in east Jerusalem

Reuters Sunday, 30 June 2019
U.S. envoys wielded hammers on Sunday to break open a new tunnel at a Jewish heritage site in East Jerusalem, signaling Washington's support for Israel's hold over parts of the city that Palestinians seek for a future state.
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Two people were detained and multiple homes were raided in Isawiya, East Jerusalem, on Friday, June 28, during clashes triggered by the fatal police shooting of a Palestinian man the night before, according to the Palestine news agency WAFA. Twenty-year-old Mohammad Samir Ebeid was shot by police on...

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