Palestinian Authority facing ‘critical’ cash crunch: UN

A financial crisis has been growing for the government of President Mahmud Abbas, pictured on July 17The United Nations on Wednesday called for international donations to help the Palestinian Authority through a "critical" cash shortage.


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