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 1 wk | Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, move embassy

              U.S. President Donald Trump has decided to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, a decision that breaks with decades of international consensus and has sparked fears of a new conflict in the Middle East. Trump will also begin the process to move the U.S. embassy.   


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 1 yr | Bomb explodes on board passenger bus in Jerusalem, injuring 21

              A bomb has exploded on board a passenger bus in Jerusalem, injuring nearly two dozen people and causing a second bus to catch fire, Israeli officials say. It was not immediately known who was responsible for the attacks. (more)   


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 2 yrs | Jerusalem bus station attack: Elderly woman stabbed, attacker killed

              A man has been shot dead outside Jerusalem’s central bus station after stabbing an elderly woman while attempting to board a bus, police say. It marks the second attack in Jerusalem in 3 hours. (more)   


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 2 yrs | Israel’s cabinet authorizes police to close ‘centers of friction’ in Jerusalem

              Israel's security cabinet has authorized police to close or surround "centers of friction and incitement" in Jerusalem, saying the measures are needed to deal with a recent wave of terrorist attacks against Israeli citizens. (more)   


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 2 yrs | 16-year-old girl injured in Jerusalem gay pride parade attack dies

              

Shira Banki, a 16-year-old girl who was injured when a religious extremist carried out a stabbing attack at the annual gay pride parade in Jerusalem, has died, Hadassah Hospital confirms. Banki had remained in a critical condition after being stabbed in the back during Thursday’s attack, which injured 5 others and was allegedly perpetrated by the same man who carried out a similar attack a decade ago. “Shira was murdered because she courageously supported the principle according to which everyone is entitled to live their lives in dignity and safety,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a response, adding that the attacker will be dealt with “to the fullest extent of the law.” [full statement attached]

  


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