On the 23rd anniversary of the assassination of former Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, Jordan's King Abdullah II detracted from one of the Nobel Peace Prize winner's most important achievements.
The monarch tweeted on Sunday that he had given orders to annul an annexe to the peace treaty his father, King Hussein, had signed with Mr Rabin in 1994.
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