Netanyahu decries Istanbul attack, says Turkey should condemn Palestinian terror

Netanyahu decries Istanbul attack, says Turkey should condemn Palestinian terror

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Netanyahu decries Istanbul attack, says Turkey should condemn Palestinian terror
Netanyahu’s comments at the top of Sunday’s weekly cabinet meeting came soon after Turkey’s new ambassador presented his credentials to President Reuven Rivlin.
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