Netanyahu urges Europe to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Netanyahu has been meeting EU foreign ministers in Brussels, where he faced resistance to his suggestion, and pressure to restart Middle East peace efforts.

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    Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has urged Europe to follow Washington's lead and recognise Jerusalem as his country's capital.

    Netanyahu has been meeting EU foreign ministers in Brussels, where he faced resistance to his suggestion, and pressure to restart Middle East peace efforts.

    Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from the Belgian capital.


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