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Protesters marched outside the American embassy.
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He was released last October, with restrictions on his movement, and was reportedly on his way to Beijing for a medical examination at the Swedish embassy.
Then, the administration announced its decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move our embassy there.
The United States will open its embassy in Jerusalem next year, Vice President Mike Pence said Monday, accelerating plans after the Trump administration's controversial decision to recognize the city as Israel's capital.
These plum embassy postings are typically conferred upon career diplomats, political appointees, major campaign donors or close friends of the president.
An evangelical Christian and former congressman with close ties to Israel, Pence has long pushed for cutting aid to Palestinians and for the U.S. to move its embassy to Jerusalem.
Lastly, Trump’s gutting and cutting of the State Department, the unfilled positions in U.S. embassies, and the lack of coherent policy coordination have deepened each of America’s challenges.
But law enforcement, the military, intelligence agencies and foreign embassies all will stay open.
These are part of the millions of dollars in embassy financial activity flagged by Citibank, which handles its finances, in recent years.
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