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Narendra Modi pledged $40 million for economic development in the Palestinian territories, marking the first-ever visit by an Indian prime minister to the occupied West Bank.Even as Modi dramatically tightens India's ties with Israel, New Delhi has continued its long-standing support of the Palestinians in international forums.New Delhi already sponsors several development projects in Palestinian territories, and Modi said Saturday the $40 million would go for media equipment, schools and a hospital.
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