Sky News Breakfast: Can Israel and Palestine move back from the brink?

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sky News Breakfast: Can Israel and Palestine move back from the brink?” – below is their description.

    On Sky News Breakfast with Stephen Dixon:

    – we report live from Jerusalem as the United Nations warns that Israel and Palestine are moving towards war

    – the government announces a COVID public inquiry to begin in Spring next year – but is that too late?

    – plus all the days headlines and the weather where you are.

    Warning: Mark Stone’s report from Israel contained in this programme includes images of a dead body which some may find upsetting

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