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2 March, 04:50

Which of these happened most recently? Israel declared independence. World War II began in Europe. Arab leaders rejected a U. N. Plan to divide Palestine. The Oslo Accords were negotiated in Norway.

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  1. 2 March, 05:27
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    The Oslo Accords happened most recently, in 1993.

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    The Oslo Agreements are a collection of agreements between the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Israeli Government. The Oslo I Accord was signed in Washington, D. C. in 1993 and the Oslo II Treaty in Taba, Egypt in 1995. These agreements were the start of the process known as the 'Oslo Process' which was an attempt to reach peace and to give Palestinians the right to self-determination. The secret negotiations between the two sides, which gave the name to the accords, began in Oslo, the capital of Norway. The outcome of this negotiation was recognition of the State of Israel by the PLO and recognition of the PLO by the State of Israel. Both parties were considered partners during the negotiations.

    The Oslo Negotiations gave way to the Palestinian National Authority, which is responsible for the autonomy of parts of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The accords, however, did not create the State of Palestine.
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