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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán shakes hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in July during a joint press conference in Jerusalem. Debbie Hill/AP hide caption

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A relief under Rome's Arch of Titus, built in the first century, shows a menorah being taken away from the Temple in Jerusalem. DEA/Archivio J. Lange/De Agostini/Getty Images hide caption

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An Israeli soldier, seen in September, stands near a wall along the Israel-Lebanon border near the Israeli region of Rosh Haniqra. The Israeli military says it has launched an operation intended to "expose and thwart" tunnels built on the border by the Hezbollah militant group. Sebastian Scheiner/AP hide caption

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly Cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem on Sunday. Israeli police have recommended indicting Netanyahu on bribery charge allegations related to a corruption case involving Israel's Bezeq telecom giant. Gali Tibbon/AP hide caption

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Israeli Police Recommend Indicting Netanyahu In 3rd Corruption Allegations This Year

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Palestinian prosthetics technicians in Gaza prepare leg stump casts in the first step of building a prosthetic leg socket for young Palestinian amputees who lost a leg after being shot by Israeli troops during protests at the Gaza-Israel border. Daniel Estrin/NPR hide caption

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Inside Gaza's Factory Making Prosthetic Legs For Palestinian Protest Amputees

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Lara Alqasem appears in court in Tel Aviv on Wednesday. The Supreme Court said she would be allowed to enter the country. Mostafa Alkharouf/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu applauds President Trump during a speech at the United Nations during the U.N. General Assembly on Thursday. Stephanie Keith/Getty Images hide caption

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Netanyahu's Not-Quite-2-State Solution

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Pierre Krahenbuhl, Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), speaks at a press conference in Amman, Jordan, on Thursday. On Friday, the U.S. announced it would cease funding of the aid organization. Raad Adayleh/AP hide caption

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