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Netanyahu pledges to annex occupied Jordan Valley

BBC News Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Israel's PM vows to apply sovereignty to part of the West Bank under occupation since the 1967 war.
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News video: Palestinians vow to keep Jordan Valley land

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Palestinians vow to defy Benjamin Netanyahu's plan to annex the Jordan Valley, saying the land isn't his to hold on to. The Israeli prime minister made the pledge ahead of next week's election. Lucy Fielder reports.

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