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Ra·mal·lah

 (rə-mä′lə)
A city of the West Bank in the northern outskirts of Jerusalem. In 1994 it became the administrative center for the Palestinian government of the West Bank.

Ramallah

(rəˈmælə)
n
(Placename) a town in the West Bank, serving as headquarters of the Palestinian National Authority. Pop: 51 000 (2005 est)
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RAM ALLAH, December 31, 2017 (WAFA) - SundayAaAaAeAcAaAaAeA@1/4AaAaAeAnAaAaAeA s weather is p cloudy to clear with another slight drop in temperature to become around its annual average , said the Palestinian Metrological Department (PMD).
The head of the delegation indicated in statement to SUNA that the movement of the delegation is a response to the Palestinian Red Crescent in Ram Allah, noting that the delegation has conducted a number of surgery operations during the first and second Israeli aggression on Gaza.
Ram Allah, Oct 24 (ONA) A delegation from Omani Journalist Association (OJA), currently visiting Palestine, visited the Palestinian Public Authority of Radio and Television, al Hayat al Jadida Newspaper and Palestinian Journalist Union.
Al-Khidir said in press statements following the tour that Bashir asked the pilot to land in Al-Kiriab and Marabei Al-sherif areas but the pilot declined saying that floods have caused severe damages in Soba east, Al-Shaikh al-Amin, Ram Allah, and Id Babiker areas before it receded.
RAM ALLAH, April 25 (KUNA) -- A young Palestinian man was wounded on Thursday with bullets fired by Israelis disguised in Arab outfit in Al-Issawiya town in Jerusalem.
Ram Allah, April 4 Petra) -- The Palestinian National Authority on Thursday expressed its appreciation for the participation of a Jordanian medical team in the autopsy of Maysarah Abu Hamdeyah's body.
David Nicholls, the Author of 'One Day' in Conversation with Mourid Barghouti, Winner of the Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature for memoir Ra'aytu Ram Allah (I Saw Ramallah) and one of the Arab World's best-loved poets.