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Naksa Day: Palestinians mark 52nd year of Naksa Day

At the end of the Arab-Israeli Six Day War in 1967, Israel had captured territory from Palestine and neighbouring countries. Palestinians call it Naksa - "The day of the setback". They commemorate it every year on June the 5th. TRT World's Mustafa Fatih Yavuz reports from occupied East Jerusalem.

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A map released by the White House shows the proposed Palestinian state

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Abu Dis: The new capital of Palestine?

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