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Former Foreign Ministry official Alan Baker takes on the complex history of negotiations about Jerusalem. Rain clouds over the Dome of the Rock Photo: REUTERS In an investigation of international affairs regarding Jerusalem, former top Foreign ...Jerusalem Post, 2 weeks ago Talking about the talks Jerusalem Post, 2 weeks ago
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, Francis B. Harisson, in his capacity as adviser to the President of the Philippines, wrote a letter to Elpidio Quirino who was then Vice-President and concurrently Secretary of Foreign Affairs, important excerpts of which read as follows: I have ...Manila Times, 1 month ago
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