After Mexico Changes Its Position, UNESCO to Hold New Vote on Contentious Jerusalem Resolution

Mexico's dramatic decision forces a new vote on the Temple Mount resolution, scheduled to be held on Tuesday. Several Western states, however, are pressing Mexico to not invoke a precedent-setting clause.

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UNESCO's executive board will revisit the recent resolution adopted on Jerusalem at the behest of the Mexican government, which seeks to change its vote. Mexico voted in favor of the resolution last week, but...