Abbas asks U.N. for protection from Israel
Abbas called on the U.N. to set up a special international regime to protect Palestinians
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called Wednesday in Geneva for the creation of a "special regime" for the protection of his people, as a wave of deadly Israeli-Palestinian violence showed no sign of abating.
Abbas called on the U.N., "more urgently than any time before, to set up a special regime for international protection for the Palestinian people, immediately and urgently."
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