Interim Prime Minister Ehud Olmert vowed on Tuesday to reduce spending on Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank after an Israeli election his party is expected to win, underscoring plans to quit isolated enclaves. While Olmert outlined a change in government policy, his defense minister stuck to a tough line against Hamas, threatening to target its prime minister-designate, Ismail Haniyeh, if the militant group resumed attacks in Israel. Full Story
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