Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, arrives for the weekly cabinet meeting, in Jerusalem, Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016. (Abir Sultan/Pool Photo via AP)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Tuesday accused the U.N. chief of "encouraging terror" after Ban Ki-moon spoke of Palestinian frustration at Israel's occupation and said it was natural to resist.Violence since Oct. 1 has killed 159 Palestinians and 25 Israelis, as well as an American and an Eritrean, according to an AFP count.Ban condemned the Palestinian attacks, but said Israeli settlement building cast doubt on Israel's commitment to the goal of an independent Palestine alongside the Jewish state.Netanyahu responded that the Palestinians themselves were not working for two states.
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