I suppose I should apologise for not mentioning all the refugee cases throughout history, but Haaretz, though generous with its space, is not that generous. Do we mention Poles, Hutus, Afghanis, Somalis, Eritreans, ethnic Albanians - you missed those - as well as those you noted? Do we go back to Incas? or Gauls, Saxons and Picts who were chucked off their lands for Roman Lebensraum? However, by nit-picking you have neatly avoided the point I made about agreements made under duress. There has been a great deal of criticism of Israel's flouting of international law, and that is something that may well haunt Israel long after any peace deal is signed.
Spain investigating ex-IMF chief Rato for fraud (Reuters)
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