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October 5, 2000
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Martin Indyk, suspended from his post as U.S. ambassador to Israel late last month for alleged security breaches, is once again in Israel working on behalf of “compelling national interests,” according to an embassy official. Indyk had been vacationing in Israel when bloodshed broke out. But Secretary of State Madeleine Albright decided Indyk was needed for maintaining contact with Israeli officials during the crisis.

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