Israel's Netanyahu heads to Berlin to meet Kerry

Palestinian Fatema Masalmeh, center, the wife of slain Udai Masalmeh, 24, mourns during his funeral at the family house in the West Bank village of Beit Awa, Hebron, Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015. The 24 year old Palestinian was fatally shot near the village of Beit Awa after lightly injuring an Israeli army officer with a knife, according to a statement from the military. The incident reportedly occurred during Palestinian protests the army described as violent. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)JERUSALEM (AP) — With no end in sight to weeks of Israeli-Palestinian violence, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu headed to Germany on Wednesday as part of a high-profile diplomatic push to restore calm.

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