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Australia Considers Recognizing Jerusalem As Israel's Capital

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Australia Considers Recognizing Jerusalem As Israel's Capital

Australia Considers Recognizing Jerusalem As Israel's Capital

Australia will consider recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital and shifting its embassy there from Tel Aviv, Australia's Prime Minister said on October 16.

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