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PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
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August 13, 2013
Protesters hold placards during a demonstration calling for the release of Israeli prisoners in response...
multiple cities, Israel
Protesters hold placards during a demonstration in response to Israel's expected release of Palestinian...
Protesters hold placards during a demonstration calling for the release of Israeli prisoners in response to Israel's expected release of Palestinian prisoners, outside the Ayalon prison in the city of Ramle near Tel Aviv August 13, 2013. Some 30 Jewish settlers protested against Israel's plan to free 26 Palestinian prisoners from the prison within hours to help underpin renewed peace talks, after its High Court on Tuesday rejected an appeal against their release by relatives of some of the Israelis they killed. The placard (front) in Hebrew reads: "If Arab murderers are freed why not free Jewish prisoners?" REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
NETANYAHU
RTXOECE
March 12, 2006
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu watches during a pre-election gathering at the city of...
Ramla, Israel
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu watches during a pre-election gathering at the city .....
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu watches during a pre-election gathering at the city of Ramla near Tel Aviv March 12, 2006. [Netanyahu ruled out joining interim Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in a future government on Sunday, in protest at Olmert's planned unilateral West Bank withdrawals. Israel will hold its general elections on March 28.]
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RTR1745K
March 12, 2006
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu watches during a pre-election gathering at the city of...
Ramla
Likud party chairman Netanyahu watches during pre-election gathering in Ramla
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu watches during a pre-election gathering at the city of Ramla near Tel Aviv March 12, 2006. Netanyahu ruled out joining interim Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in a future government on Sunday, in protest at Olmert's planned unilateral West Bank withdrawals. Israel will hold its general elections on March 28. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen
MIDEAST
RTR1745E
March 12, 2006
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu gestures during a pre-election gathering at the city...
Ramla
Likud party chairman Netanyahu gestures during pre-election gathering in Ramla
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu gestures during a pre-election gathering at the city of Ramla near Tel Aviv March 12, 2006. Israel will held general elections on March 28. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen
MIDEAST
RTR1745D
March 12, 2006
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu receives greetings from supporters during a pre-election...
Ramla
Likud party chairman Netanyahu receives greetings from supporters in Ramla
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu receives greetings from supporters during a pre-election gathering at the city of Ramla near Tel Aviv March 12, 2006. Israel will hold general elections on March 28. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen
MIDEAST
RTR1745C
March 12, 2006
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu receives greetings from supporters during a pre-election...
Ramla
Likud party chairman Netanyahu receives greetings from supporters in Ramla
Israeli Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu receives greetings from supporters during a pre-election gathering at the city of Ramla near Tel Aviv March 12, 2006. Israel will hold general elections on March 28. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen
MIDEAST
RTRD4MK
October 11, 2004
Israeli soldiers carry body of Israeli national near the town of Ramla who was killed in attack on the...
Ramla
Israeli soldiers carry body of Israeli national near the town of Ramla who was killed in attack on ......
Israeli soldiers carry body of Israeli national near the town of Ramla who was killed in attack on the Taba Hilton. Israeli soldiers carry the body of an Israeli national killed during the attack on the Taba Hilton hotel in Egypt, after being transported by an Israeli air force helicopter to a hospital close to the town of Ramla October 11, 2004. Egyptian police have rounded up some 15 Sinai Bedouin on suspicion they helped smuggle in the explosives used to kill at least 32 people at Red Sea resorts frequented by Israelis, security sources said on Sunday. REUTERS/ Nir Elias
MIDEAST
RTRD4L7
October 11, 2004
Ultra-Orthodox Zaka volunteers, (a society which identifies Jewish disaster victims), carry the body...
Ramla
Volunteers carry body of Israeli killed in Taba Hilton attack near the town of Ramla.
Ultra-Orthodox Zaka volunteers, (a society which identifies Jewish disaster victims), carry the body of an Israeli national killed during the attack on the Taba Hilton hotel in Egypt from an Israeli Air Force helicopter to a hospital close to the town of Ramla, October 11, 2004. Egyptian police have rounded up some 15 Sinai Bedouin on suspicion they helped smuggle in the explosives used to kill at least 32 people at Red Sea resorts frequented by Israelis, security sources said on Sunday. REUTERS/ Nir Elias NIR/JV
MIDEAST
RTRD4KV
October 11, 2004
An Israeli policeman waits for an Israeli army helicopter to land as it brings bodies of victims from...
Ramla
An Israeli policeman waits for an Israeli army helicopter to land as it brings bodies of victims ...
An Israeli policeman waits for an Israeli army helicopter to land as it brings bodies of victims from Taba Hilton hotel after the terror attack, to a hospital close to the town of Ramla. An Israeli policeman waits for an Israeli army helicopter to land as it brings bodies of victims from Taba Hilton hotel after the terror attack, to a hospital close to the town of Ramla October 11, 2004. The Egyptian authorities were still identifying victims of the Red Sea bombings as the final death toll remained unclear and Egyptian civil defence took over operations at the site of the deadly attack. The Egyptian interior ministry said 12 bodies remained to be identified as it awaited the results of DNA tests. It confirmed the deaths of 11 Israelis, eight Egyptians, two Italians and one Russian. REUTERS/ Nir Elias
MIDEAST
RTRD4KO
October 11, 2004
Ultra-Orthodox Zaka volunteers, (a society which identifies Jewish disaster victims), carry the body...
Ramla
Volunteers carry body of Israeli killed in Taba Hilton attack near the town of Ramla.
Ultra-Orthodox Zaka volunteers, (a society which identifies Jewish disaster victims), carry the body of an Israeli national killed during the attack on the Taba Hilton hotel in Egypt from an Israeli Air Force helicopter to a hospital close to the town of Ramla, October 11, 2004. Egyptian police have rounded up some 15 Sinai Bedouin on suspicion they helped smuggle in the explosives used to kill at least 32 people at Red Sea resorts frequented by Israelis, security sources said on Sunday. REUTERS/ Nir Elias NIR/JV
MIDEAST
RTR9ONB
September 01, 2002
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon joins first grade pupils in their
class in the central Israeli town...
Ramla
ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER SHARON JOINS FIRST GRADE PUPILS IN THEIR CLASS
IN RAMLA.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon joins first grade pupils in their
class in the central Israeli town of Ramla on the first day of the new
school year September 1, 2002. Hundreds of thousands of Israeli
children returned to school under tight security weeks before the
current Israeli-Palestinian conflict enters its third year of mutual
violence. REUTERS/David Silverman/POOL
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