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Google Stirs Political Uproar With 'Palestine' Tagline

(Updates with additional comments from Zeev Elkin in 8th paragraph.)

Google sparked a diplomatic uproar over the weekend when the company changed taglines on its websites from "Palestinian territories" to "Palestine." The move thrust Google into the middle of the territorial dispute between Israel and the Palestinians.

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