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Faithful return to Jerusalem holy site as Christian protest ends

Tourists and pilgrims returned to the Jerusalem church built at the site many see as the holiest in Christianity on Wednesday as it reopened following a rare three-day closure in protest at Israeli measures.

Jerusalem holy site remains shut in Christian protest

The church in Jerusalem built at the traditional site of Jesus’s burial remained closed for a third day Tuesday as Christian leaders protested against Israeli tax measures and a controversial proposed law.

Jordan slams Israel after Christian leaders close Jerusalem holy site

Jordanian Foreign Minister, Ayman Al Safadi, on Monday slammed Israel for “illegal unilateral acts’’ a day after Christian leaders shuttered a holy site in Jerusalem in protest against Israeli taxes and proposed legislation.

US, Russia clash at UN over Syria chlorine attacks

Regime bombardment killed nearly 30 people in a rebel enclave near Damascus on Monday, as Syria's seven-year conflict left civilians paying a heavy price.

Jerusalem Greek Orthodox leader slams Israel pro-settler ruling

Jerusalem's Greek Orthodox patriarch has denounced an Israeli court ruling to allow a pro-settlement group to take control of church land in a mainly Palestinian area of occupied and annexed east Jerusalem.

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