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Stephen Harper offers $66 million in new aid to Palestinians but refuses to criticize Israel during West Bank visit
RAMALLAH — Prime Minister Stephen Harper met the president of the Palestinian Authority on Monday, offering $66 million in new aid to the Palestinians but sternly refusing to “single out the state of Israel for criticism.”
Under heavy security in the West Bank city of Ramallah, Harper and Mahmoud Abbas met for about a half-hour at the presidential palace before appearing at a joint news conference.
Canada to continue $300-million humanitarian aid to Palestinians: spokesman for John Baird
Bank of Cyprus depositors with more than 100,000 euros (£84,300; $128,200) could lose up to 60% of their savings as part of an EU-IMF bailout restructuring move, officials say. The central bank says 37.5% of holdings over 100,000 euros will become shares. Up to 22.5% will go into a fund attracting no interest and may be subject to further write-offs.