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US orders government staff to avoid Jerusalem Old City, West Bank

The United States ordered government employees to avoid Jerusalem's Old City and the West Bank on Tuesday after calls for protests as speculation mounted over a decision by President Donald Trump on whether to move the embassy. "With widespread calls for demonstrations beginning December 6 in Jerusalem and the West Bank, US government employees and their family members are not permitted until further notice to conduct personal travel in Jerusalem's Old City and in the West Bank," an advisory from the US State Department said.
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