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Israel to allow UNESCO inspections in Jerusalem after Palestinians agree to pull damning resolutions
UNESCO inspectors will visit Old City on May 19 to inspect renovation and rehabilitation projects, but will not visit the Temple Mount; Foreign Ministry officials say deal is the result of Israeli diplomatic initiative.
Israel will allow UNESCO inspectors to tour Jerusalem’s Old City next month to inspect rehabilitation work being performed there, in return for which the UN body removed five anti-Israel resolutions from the agenda of its executive...
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