U.S. Scrambles to Avert Palestinian Vote at U.N.
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U s scrambles to avert palestinian vote at u n

U.S. Scrambles to Avert Palestinian Vote at U.N.


U s scrambles to avert palestinian vote at u n

The United States faced increasing pressure on Tuesday as the Palestinian quest for statehood gained support from Turkey and other countries. The U.S. administration would rather the Israelis and the Palestinians continue to negotiate in order to create a Palestinian state.


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