This week in 60 seconds: Israel stands still for Holocaust Remembrance Day

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April 12, 2018 17:36

This Week in 60 Seconds: April 12, 2018

This Week in 60 Seconds: April 12, 2018


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

1. Israel stands still for Holocaust Remembrance Day

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2. Dozens reported killed in suspected Syria gas attack

3. More than 250 killed in Algerian military plane crash.

4. Video of IDF snipers shooting a Palestinian in Gaza causes international uproar.

5. Israeli Labor Party suspends ties with UK’s Labour Party over antisemitism allegations.

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