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This Week in 60 Seconds - February 8, 2018

This Week in 60 Seconds - February 8, 2018


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Here are the full stories on the biggest news that happened this week:

1. Thousands of African migrants protest deportation in Israel.

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2. Court rejects appeals of three Israelis who murdered, burned Palestinian teen.

3. Liev Schrieber visits Israel.

4. Rare 1800 year-old Roman Mosaic uncovered in Caesarea National Park.

5. Israel names new envoy to Jordan as ties return to normal.

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