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By Ari Rabinovitch JERUSALEM (Reuters) - There is a foul smell coming from the biblical Kidron Valley. It's so bad that King David and Jesus, who are said to have walked there thousands of years ago, would today need to take a detour to reach Jerusalem. For decades now a quarter of Jerusalem's sewage has flowed openly in the Kidron valley, meandering down the city's foothills and through the Judean desert to the east.
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