This week in 60 seconds: U.S. embassy moves to Jerusalem as Trump promised

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May 17, 2018 14:56

This Week in 60 seconds: May 17, 2018

This Week in 60 seconds: May 17, 2018


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

1. This week in 60 seconds: US embassy moves to Jerusalem as Trump promised

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2. Guatemala opens embassy in Jerusalem, two days after US

3. Clashes on the Israel-Gaza border as Palestinians mark Nakba day leave over 50 dead.

4. Tel Aviv celebrates first Israeli Eurovision win in 20 years.

5. Turkey's Erdogan equates deadly Gaza violence to 'genocide', expels Israeli ambassador.

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