Author: AFPID: 1500799582079581000Sun, 2017-07-23 11:43JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced mounting pressure Sunday over new security measures at a sensitive Jerusalem holy site after a weekend of violence left eight people dead, with fears more unrest could follow

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