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PHOTO GALLERY - 100 years after Balfour: Palestinians demand apologies and nationhood


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100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration in Gaza City
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100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration in Gaza City
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100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration in Gaza City
AFP)
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration in Gaza City
AFP)
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration in Gaza City
AFP)
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration in Gaza City
AFP)
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration in Gaza City
AFP)
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration in Gaza City
AFP)
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration in Gaza City
AFP
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration
AFP
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration
AFP
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration
AFP
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration
AFP
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration
AFP
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration
AFP
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration
AFP
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration
AFP
100th anniversary of Britain's Balfour Declaration
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Thousands of Palestinians demonstrated in the West Bank and Gaza against occupation and demanded an apology from Britain for the 1917 declaration which changed the course of their history

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