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Anadolu Agency's Morning Briefing – April 9, 2021

Anadolu Agency 09 Apr 2021
In a pre-dawn raid, Israeli settlers seized control of three Palestinian-owned buildings and a piece of land in occupied East Jerusalem. Developing-8 countries agreed to enhance trade cooperation and bring their domestic trade volumes to at least 10% of the organization’s total trade in the next 10 years.
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Netanyahu gets mandate to form new Israeli government

RTE 06 Apr 2021
But as Mr Rivlin was holding his talks, Mr Netanyahu was on trial across the city at Jerusalem District Court. He is charged with accepting improper gifts and illegally trading regulatory favours with media moguls in exchange for positive coverage ... .
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Netanyahu nominated to try to form Israeli government

The Observer 06 Apr 2021
The centrist opposition leader Yair Lapid earned 45 endorsements ... As Rivlin was holding his talks on Monday, Netanyahu was on trial across the city at Jerusalem district court, charged with accepting improper gifts and illegally trading regulatory favours with media moguls in exchange for positive coverage ... The president said ... He said ... .
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Pro and anti-Netanyahu protesters square off in Jerusalem as court hears witnesses in PM’s corruption ...

Russia Today 05 Apr 2021
First witnesses have testified in a corruption trial of sitting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem, as the PM’s supporters and opponents rallied outside the courthouse ... Pro and anti-Netanyahu protesters rally outside of the Jerusalem District Court as the premier faces his corruption trial.
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Netanyahu made 'illegitimate use' of power: prosecutor

Urdu Point 05 Apr 2021
... to trade favours with media moguls, the chief prosecutor in his corruption trial told a Jerusalem court on Monday.
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Netanyahu's favours were 'currency', prosecutor says as corruption trial starts

Gulf Daily News 05 Apr 2021
Jerusalem. Israeli prosecutors accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday of trading favours like “currency” at the opening of a corruption trial which, along with an inconclusive election, has clouded his prospects of remaining in office.
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Binyamin Netanyahu trial: Israeli PM ‘traded political power for positive news reports’

The Times/The Sunday Times 05 Apr 2021
In her opening remarks at Jerusalem district court, Liat Ben-Ari, the lead prosecutor, accused Netanyahu of “trading his political power” with the owners of news organisations in exchange for ...
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Pilgrimage is a journey of personal discovery

Belfast Telegraph 05 Apr 2021
Internationally, Jerusalem, Mecca, the Buddha trail in India and Kumbh Mela, also in India, attract many millions ... I see nothing wrong with the marketisation of pilgrimage sites - trade can help to enhance and embellish the experience ... Next year in Jerusalem, maybe?.
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‘It’s fascinating that in an increasingly secular world, the challenge of a pilgrimage has been growing steadily’

Irish Independent 03 Apr 2021
Internationally, Jerusalem, Mecca, the Buddha trail in India and Kumbh Mela, also in India, attract many millions ... I see nothing wrong with the marketisation of pilgrimage sites — trade can help to enhance and embellish the experience ... Next year in Jerusalem, maybe? .
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US Navy ready to help free cargo ship blocking Suez Canal

New York Post 27 Mar 2021
More On.. Suez Canal. Suez Canal remains blocked amid efforts to free stuck vessel ... The Navy could be called in to free the grounded container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal and interrupted global trade since Tuesday.   ... Suez Canal Authority via AP ... About 12 percent of world trade passes through the Suez, according to the Jerusalem Post ... .
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Netanyahu’s future uncertain amid Israeli election stalemate

Metro USA 24 Mar 2021
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s prospects for another term looked uncertain on Wednesday after partial results from a national election projected no clear path to victory ... Each side accuses the other of intransigence over core issues such as Jerusalem and Jewish settlements. HORSE-TRADING.
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Netanyahu's future uncertain amid Israeli election stalemate

Union Leader 24 Mar 2021
JERUSALEM -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's prospects for another term looked uncertain on Wednesday after partial results from a national election projected no clear path to victory ... "We have to break this status quo." ... Each side accuses the other of intransigence over core issues such as Jerusalem and Jewish settlements. HORSE-TRADING.
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No clear winner in Israeli election, signaling more deadlock

Springfield News-Sun 24 Mar 2021
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli parliamentary elections on Tuesday resulted in a virtual deadlock for a fourth time in the past two years, exit polls indicated, leaving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with an uncertain future and the country facing the prospect of continued political gridlock ... That could set off weeks of horse-trading.
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Exit polls indicate no clear winner in Israeli elections

The Post and Courier 24 Mar 2021
JERUSALEM — Israeli parliamentary elections on Tuesday resulted in a virtual deadlock for a fourth time in the past two years, exit polls indicated, leaving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with an uncertain future and the country facing the prospect of continued political gridlock ... That could set off weeks of horse-trading.
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No clear winner in Israeli election, signalling more deadlock

North Shore News 24 Mar 2021
JERUSALEM — Israeli parliamentary elections on Tuesday resulted in a virtual deadlock for a fourth time in the past two years, exit polls indicated, leaving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with an uncertain future and the country facing the prospect of continued political gridlock ... That could set off weeks of horse-trading.

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