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Georgia to develop cooperation with Israel in military production

 Georgia is going to use the support of Israel to develop the military and industrial complex.To this end, Georgia's Deputy Defence Minister Zaza Broladze and Deputy Chief of the Joint Staff of the Georgian Armed Forces Vladimir Chachibaya are on a visit to Israel, the Ministry of Defence of Georgia told Trend on Thursday.According to authorities, during the meetings in Tel Aviv, the Georgian side intends to strengthen relations with its Israeli partners at the Delta production enterprise producing weapons.

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Israeli forces attack Syrian research center

The Syrian military said that Israeli Air Forces had attacked a research center at the Damascus Province near the border of Lebanon. Two people died and five were injured, RIA Novosti reports.The Israeli Air Forces attacked a truck with missiles and anti-missile systems heading to Lebanon.Jamray may store chemical weapons and the truck may have been part of a convoy carrying them. The research center had been attacked by oppositionist forces earlier.

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More sources deny Fordow blast

 by Peter Lyukimson, Israel. Exclusively for Vestnik KavkazaThe IAEA press service has reported no sources proving rumours about a blast at the Fordow nuclear facility of Iran true and deterioration of the nuclear program for 3 years.Spokesman of the White House Jay Carney had expressed doubts about the information earlier.Khamidreza Zakari, an Iranian intelligence officer deserting the ranks, told about the blast, adding that Mossad was the main suspect. Times reported that Israeli intelligence services had confirmed the suspicions.

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Hundreds of police officers patrol stadium in Jerusalem

Hundreds of police officers were patrolling the Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem during the football match between Beitar FC and Maccabi FC from Umm el-Fahem. The Police Chief of the Jerusalem District, General Joseph Perriyanti, was monitoring the process personally.

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IAEA does not believe in explosion at Fordow

IAEA press secretary Gill Tudor said that Iran’s denial of a blast at Fordow on January 21 was true, RIA Novosti reports.WorldNetDaily (WND) reported about the blast last weekend. It said that 240 people were buried at Fordow, citing an Iranian deserter Hamidreza Zakeri.WND added that 16 of the specialists left underground were from North Korea and two were high-ranking military officials. Israeli intelligence confirmed the incident.

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Israel: a dangerous game

On January 29 everyone in Israel is focusing not on the formation of a ruling coalition but on the game between Jerusalem's Beytar football team and Umm el-Fahm's Makkabi FC.

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Iran is the main threat to Israel, isn't it?

Results of the elections in Israel. The right-wing bloc Leikud-Beitenu sustained serious losses at the parliamentary elections on January 22, but it managed to surpass its rivals. The leader of the bloc, Benjamin Netanyahu, announced his intention to form the future government. Part 2

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Sensations of Israeli elections

Results of the elections in Israel. The right-wing bloc Leikud-Beitenu sustained serious losses at the parliamentary elections on January 22, but it managed to surpass its rivals. The leader of the bloc, Benjamin Netanyahu, announced his intention to form the future government. Part 1

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Israel stops Iran

 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in early January 2013 that Iran will not build a nuclear bomb until 2014. Many considered it a three-year speculation of the Iranian issue. Reza Halili, an officer of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution working for the CIA who left Iran and entered the US, said on January 27 that a blast happened in an Iranian nuclear facility about a week ago.

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The Jerusalem Post published an article devoted to Israeli defense minister Ehud Barak's recent statement concerning possible US military operation in Iran. "The United States has prepared plans for a "surgical" military operation to delay Iran's nuclear program in the event that diplomatic efforts to thwart Tehran's drive for nuclear weapons capability fail, Defense Minister Ehud Barak said in an interview with The Daily Beast on Friday," the article begins.

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The Jerusalem Post published an article by Ron Prosor headlined 'Disrupting the ecosystem of extremism'. The article touches upon Iran's relations with Hamas.  "Many states – including some in this hall – work hand-in-hand with them as well. Iran stands chief among these nations," the article reads. "Across the African continent, Iranian weaponry has become the tool of choice for some of the region’s bloodiest insurgencies and terrorists." 

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