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Back in April Salam Fayyad, the Palestinian Prime Minister, tendered his resignation. The resignation comes following major disagreements over government policy in the Palestinian Authority and rumors that Abbas would fire Fayyad, who also serves as finance minister. The world … Continue reading
In a dramatic announcement today, Ehud Barak announced he was quitting politics: “I have decided to resign from politics and I will not be running in the [upcoming] elections,” Barak told reporters at his office in the Defense Ministry headquarters … Continue reading