Angered by Arab-Israel ties, Palestine quits chairing Arab League sessions
Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Shares Palestine has quit its current chairmanship of Arab League meetings, the Palestinian foreign minister said on Tuesday, condemning as dishonorable any Arab agreement to establish formal relations with Israel. Palestinians see the accords that the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed with Israel in...
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