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Weekly Global Wrap: McDonald's take back Israel franchise; US fast-food restaurants sets dine-in time limit; Subways new wraps

Here is a summary of the most interesting QSR news stories of the week globally.

McDonald's buys back 30-year-old Israel franchise from Alonyal Ltd. More from Reuters.

Fast food restaurants in the US reportedly seting dine-in time limits. More from The New York Post.

Subway announces new wraps lineup. More from Today.

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