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Israel's Netanyahu announces post-election plan to annex West Bank's Jordan Valley

Reuters Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced his intention on Tuesday to annex the Jordan Valley, a large swathe of the occupied West Bank, if he wins next week's election in a closely contested race.
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News video: Israel's Netanyahu announces plan to annex Jordan Valley in West Bank

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Annexing the large part of the West Bank could contravene international law, especially since many Palestinians live there.

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