Palestinian protesters hurl rocks at Israeli security forces during clashes near the Jewish settlement of Beit El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah.
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Britain's foreign secretary Sunday defended his predecessor's role a century ago in paving the way for the creation of Israel, saying two sovereign states for Israelis and Palestinians remains the "only viable solution" for peace.Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is due to travel to Britain Thursday to meet his British counterpart Theresa May and Boris Johnson for the anniversary of the declaration which said Britain viewed with favor "the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people". Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called on Britain last year to apologize for the Balfour Declaration, saying that his people had suffered greatly as a result of it.Britain does not classify Palestine as a state, but says that it could do so at any time if it believed it would help peace efforts between the Palestinians and Israel.
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