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Netanyahu pays homage in Hebron, in nod to rightist voters

Reuters Wednesday, 4 September 2019 ()
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a rare visit to a core ultra-nationalist Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday, pledging a permanent Israeli presence there as he tries to rally right-wing votes for an election two weeks away.
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