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Author: AFParticle author: AFPID: 1594369542684407700Fri, 2020-07-10 08:20PARIS, France: Emmanuel Macron asked Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to refrain from annexing Palestinian territory in the West Bank and elsewhere during a telephone call between the two leaders, the French president’s office said on Friday

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