Jerusalem —Washington is to demand Israel implement a partial settlement freeze after US Secretary of State John Kerry presents his framework for extending peace talks, army radio reported on Wednesday.
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The DailyStar Lebanon has the same article as the one above, but there is a difference in the word "Jerusalem" which prefaces the first paragraph.
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: Washington is to demand Israel implement a partial settlement freeze after US Secretary of State John Kerry presents his framework for extending peace talks, army radio reported on Wednesday.
Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2014/Feb-19/247804-us-to-demand-partial-israeli-settlement-freeze-radio.ashx#ixzz2tlb91iAg
The Times of Israel writes about Richard Falk's final missive over here.
Two articles at the Daily Mail caught my eye this morning.
Some books are almost impossible to put down, but one reader was so enamored with a copy of the children's classic Pinocchio they returned it 63 years overdue.
Staff at Rugby Library in Warwickshire thought they had lost their copy of ‘The Adventures Of Pinocchio’ forever after it vanished in 1950.
But librarians were left stunned when their copy of the popular children's story by Carlo Collodi was returned last Friday during an eight-day fines amnesty.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2562402/Library-book-copy-Pinocchio-overdue-63-YEARS-returned-amnesty-sparing-borrower-fine-4-000.html#ixzz2tkVqngS9
Can the person who borrowed the book "Holy Woman" from me three years ago please return it?
Eating a handful of nuts just twice a week could slash the risk of developing one of the most lethal forms of cancer.
New research shows snacking on one ounce of nuts two or more time a week can reduce the chances of pancreatic cancer by more than a third.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2562510/Could-nuts-ward-pancreatic-cancer-Eating-just-handful-twice-week-reduce-risk-third.html