Channel 2: Jordan summons Israeli ambassador to Amman

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May 31, 2010 12:35

 
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Jordan has summoned the Israeli ambassador in Amman to its Foreign Ministry, according to a Channel 2 report Monday afternoon.

Also responding to deadly clashes at sea between activists and the Israeli Navy, former Palestinian Authority foreign minister Nabil Sha'ath said that the PA would press for sanctions against Israel, en route to seeking its expulsion from the UN.


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