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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Tarek Mitri
U.N. peacekeepers said Wednesday a cypress tree an Israeli soldier was cutting down just before a border clash with Lebanese soldiers erupted was in Israeli territory, contradicting Lebanese claims that their frontier was breached.
Mitri said an inspection team from the U.N.'s nuclear agency will visit Libya to assess the thousands of barrels of yellowcake uranium that reportedly are being stored in a former military facility amid a "precarious" security situation in the country.
"The country remains awash with unsecured weapons and munitions that continue to pose a regional security risk given Libya's porous borders," Tarek Mitri, who heads the U.N. support mission for Libya, said in a report to the Security Council.