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Corrected

Ruth Eglash

Error (Washington Post, Ruth Eglash, 9/5/14): Israel and Jordan signed a peace agreement in November 1994, but in recent years, relations between the two countries have been strained because of Israel's continued occupation of Palestinian land in the West Bank – a swath of territory sandwiched between the two nations and its partial siege of the Gaza Strip, which borders Egypt.

Correction (9/6/14): A Sept. 5-A section article about Jordan agreeing to buy natural gas from Israel incorrectly referred to Israel's occupation of "Palestinian lands" in the West Bank. The Israeli-occupied territories are disputed lands that Palestinians want for a future Palestinian state.