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Jeff Sessions says comparing US immigrant policies to Nazi acts is a ‘real exaggeration’  

Jeff Sessions says comparing US immigrant policies to Nazi acts is a ‘real exaggeration’  

“In Nazi Germany, they were keeping the Jews from leaving the country,” the U.S. attorney general said in a TV interview.

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Colombia’s president-elect open to moving embassy to Jerusalem

Israeli officials say they believe Ivan Duque, who was elected in a runoff, will continue the strong alliance between the two countries.

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