Rula Jebreal

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The UN elevates the status of Palestine, Republicans continue to dis Susan Rice, Mitt tries the turkey chili, and a divided Washington glides toward the fiscal cliff.

Palestine, Rice and the Fiscal Cliff

The UN elevates the status of Palestine, Republicans continue to dis Susan Rice, Mitt tries the turkey chili, and a divided Washington glides toward the fiscal cliff.

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Palestine, Rice and the Fiscal Cliff

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