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Just over the line in East Jerusalem
Just over the line in East Jerusalem
Dani Rubinstein

JERUSALEM The biggest Palestinian newspaper Al-Quds published a long interview last week with Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat. The interview is an unusual event in the political landscape of this nationalist Palestinian newspaper that has long spent its ink attacking Israeli policies.

In the interview, Barkat lays out details of construction plans for a new neighborhood in East Jerusalem that is meant to be built for the Arab community. The mayor also talks about his plans to improve the services for Arab Israelis, and reduce the tensions with Israel's Jewish majority.

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In Armenia, demonstraters gathered Wednesday night to protest

Emma Albright and Meike Eijsberg

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Welcome to Thursday, where Russian troops have unleashed an all-out assault on the strategic city of Severodonetsk, Ukraine’s president lashes out at Henry Kissinger for “Munich” stance and the writer of a notable “How to” essay is convicted of murder. We also look at how the plague of school shootings is not exclusive to the United States.

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