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A general view of the Israeli settlement of Beitar Illit near the Palestinian town of Bethlehem, on May 17, 2016 (By AFP)
A general view of the Israeli settlement of Beitar Illit near the Palestinian town of Bethlehem, on May 17, 2016 (By AFP)
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These are the headlines we are tracking for you in this episode of On the News Line:

Israeli illegal moves

Israel is defiantly building on occupied Palestinian lands and has announced plans for thousands of new settler units in recent months. Widespread condemnation from international rights groups and the United Nations are no big concern for Israel, because Tel Aviv knows well they practically have no means, or are not willing to enforce international law. Palestinians have grown frustrated with international failure to force Israel to stop its violations.

UK elections

The UK elections have sprung a nasty surprise on the Prime Minister Theresa May, (who let's remember was not elected as she took over from David Cameron). The results have indicated that the Conservative party have suffered huge losses as Labour gain. The results now indicate that the UK will enter a hung parliament as the Conservative Party have failed to gain a majority government, meaning that May will either need to form a coalition, run a minority government, or hand over power to Jeremy Corbyn.