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Security Council to vote Thursday on Israeli settlements By Michelle Nichols | UNITED NATIONS UNITED NATIONS The United Nations Security Council is due to vote on Thursday on a draft resolution that would demand that Israel "immediately and completely cease all settlement activities in the occupied Palestinian territory, including East Jerusalem." Egypt circulated the draft on Wednesday evening and the 15-member council is due to vote at 3 p.m. (2000 GMT) on Thursday, diplomats said. It was unclear how the United States, which has traditionally protected Israel from U.N. action, would vote. U.S. officials said this month that President Barack Obama was not expected to make major moves on Israeli-Palestinian peace before leaving office. In 2011, the United States vetoed a draft resolution condemning Israeli settlements after the Palestinians refused a compromise offer from Washington. The draft text to be voted on Thursday says the establishment of settlements by Israel has "no legal validity and constitutes a flagrant violation under international law and a major obstacle to the achievement of the two-State solution and a just, lasting and comprehensive peace." The Palestinians want an independent state in the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem, areas Israel captured in a 1967 war. Most countries and the United Nations view Israeli West Bank settlements as illegal and an obstacle to peace. The draft U.N.
membership info and the complete concert schedule, go to www.heartlandconcertassociation.org or call Joyce at (218) 252-6553. Membership packets may be picked up at Beagle Books, Park Rapids, and Thrifty White Drug, Walker. Friday, March 17 Game night at Lakeport Town Hall Join friends and neighbors for game night at the Lakeport Town Hall by the water tower in Laporte. This is an alcohol-free, family friendly event, with games, snacks and beverages. Bring a snack to share and a game to play. Youth welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. Questions, call Dwight at 760-9445 or any Laporte-Benedict Lion. Friday, March 31 Spring Job Fair Attend the Spring Job Fair 2017 at BlueWater Lodge, 3 miles south of Walker on Hwy. 371. More than 30 businesses will be represented with part-time, full-time, seasonal or year-round positions available.
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