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Twenty-one Countries Stand Up for Israel at UN

Wednesday, 15 June 2022 | While an official UN Commission of Inquiry seeks Israel’s diplomatic isolation, 21 nations came out in support of the Jewish state on Monday, expressing concern about the commission’s uncommonly broad mandate and the UN Human Rights Council’s [UNHRC] irregular targeting of Israel. In Geneva, the three members of a UN

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Israel, Italy to Hold First Government-to-government Meeting in Almost a Decade

Wednesday, 15 June 2022 | Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and visiting Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi have agreed to hold a full government-to-government meeting in Israel for the first time in almost a decade, Bennett announced during a joint press conference with Draghi in Jerusalem on Tuesday. The two leaders met privately before holding

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US Envoy Seeks Progress in Israel–Lebanon Maritime Border Talks

Wednesday, 15 June 2022 | The President of Lebanon Michel Aoun presented Amos Hochstein, a senior adviser for energy security at the US State Department, with suggestions about how to continue negotiations over the Israel–Lebanese maritime border. The Israeli-born American Hochstein spoke with senior Lebanese officials and looked at ways to advance negotiations with Israel

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Iran Operatives Nabbed in Turkey before Attacking Israelis

Tuesday, 14 June 2022 | Turkish intelligence services recently arrested Iranian operatives who were planning to carry out a shooting and kidnapping attack against Israeli tourists in the country, Ynet has learned on Monday. According to reports on Turkish media, an Iranian squad was captured just before it managed to carry out an attack on

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Government Teeters on Brink as another Israeli Lawmaker Leaves

Tuesday, 14 June 2022 | Yamina Knesset [Parliament] member Nir Orbach said he would stop voting with the government until it passes the extension of  West Bank [Judea and Samaria] emergency regulations, Israeli media reported on Monday night. Orbach said he told Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett that because of the situation, he no longer

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Scientists in Israel See Test Results that May Lead to a Cure for HIV

Tuesday, 14 June 2022 | Researchers at Tel Aviv University have published encouraging test results of a procedure that could lead to a onetime treatment for patients with HIV. The study was led by Adi Barzel, Ph.D., and Ph.D. student Alessio Nehmad of the school of neurobiology, biochemistry and biophysics at the George S. Wise

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Israel Unveils Robot Tank

Tuesday, 14 June 2022 | It looks like something out of a science-fiction movie—only this time, the robot tank is fighting for the good guys. Israel on Sunday unveiled a Medium Robotic Combat Vehicle (M-RCV), an unmanned tank armed with a 30-mm turret, self-defense systems, a reconnaissance drone and more. The Israeli Ministry of Defense

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Bennett Warns Iran Close to Bomb as Nuclear Talks Remain at Impasse

Monday, 13 June 2022 | If the West does not stop Iran’s nuclear program in its tracks, then the mullahs will soon get the bomb, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett told the Telegraph in an interview on June 11. So, where do negotiations stand and how close is Iran to crossing the nuclear threshold? In

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Alleged Israeli Strike on Damascus Airport Caused ‘Extensive Damage’

Monday, 13 June 2022 | An alleged Israeli Air Force strike on Damascus International Airport early on Friday caused “extensive damage to both military and civilian runways,” according to the ImageSat International company, which published photos of the aftermath of the incident. Syria’s Transportation Ministry had halted flights in and out of the airport, the

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Israel, Turkey Foil Iranian Plot against Israeli Targets

Monday, 13 June 2022 | Israeli and Turkish intelligence services recently foiled an Iranian plot to attack Israeli targets on Turkish soil, senior Israeli officials told Ynet on Sunday. “Things are really heating up there,” one official said, confirming there had been a recent rise in Iran’s attempts to carry out attacks. The successful joint

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