German Foreign Minister Maas slams ‘massive’ attacks on Israel
23 May 2021 | 10:47 am
The German Foreign Minister has said Israel has the right to defend itself against "this massive and unacceptable attack." He is visiting Israel and calling for a cease-fire.
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