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Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is going to visit the Gaza Strip, the head of the Hamas cabinet, Ismail Haniya says.The exact date of the visit has not been reported yet, but it is expected to be made soon.As the Israeli prime minister's office announced earlier, Turkey and Israel have recently agreed to restore diplomatic relations.

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Interview by Yugeny Krishtalyev exclusively to Vestnik KavkazaTehran confirmed that it would conduct the next round of talks with the six international mediators in Alma-Ata on April 5-6. Vladimir Yevseyev, the director of the Center for Public Policy Research, told Vestnik Kavkaza about the situation in the Iran and Syria.- What about the prospects of presidential elections that will take place in Iran?

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 The leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, says Iran will raze Tel Aviv to the ground if Israel launches a military strike against the Islamic Republic, Press TV reported, Trend says. "Israel's leaders sometimes threaten Iran, but they know that if they do this, the Islamic Republic will raze Tel Aviv and Haifa to the ground," Ayatollah Khamenei said on Thursday in an address to large crowds of people in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad on the occasion of Nowruz. 

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Ingushetia launches mill

 Ingushetia has launched the Karabulaksky mill which will process 2,400 tons of grain into flour in the country’s south. The facility built using private investments will become the biggest mill in Russia and Europe, the Ingush government reports.The mill uses Turkish equipment, which is why Turkish specialists will operate the facility and train local staff. Wheat will be purchased in Ingushetia. The facility will have hundreds of trucks to transport grain and flour.

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US President Barack Obama has concluded the first day of his visit to Israel. Journalists say his position became more pro-Israeli and harsher against Iran. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the visit was an opportunity to discuss the Iranian nuclear program, Syrian conflict and settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Obama arrives in Israel

US President Barack Obama arrived in Israel today on his first ever official visit to the country.

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 Israel was planning to simplify the visa procedure for Georgian tourists, Israeli Ambassador to Georgia Yuval Fuchs said at a meeting with Georgian tourism companies.He noted that tourism was both an economic benefit and contribution to culture.Fuchs said that the Georgian Ministry for Economy and Israel Consulate had discussed the issue the past few weeks. 

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Chances for Assad

Factors which contribute to holding the power are listed by Vladimir Yevseyev

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US President Barack Obama is going to visit Israel in the next few days in order to discuss the situation surrounding the Iranian crisis and to elaborate a more or less certain plan of activities of the allies. According to experts, this visit may determine the future of the Middle East for the next 5-10 years.

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It will Iran take only a year to develop nuclear weapons, US President Barack Obama told Israel's Channel 2 ahead of his visit to the country, Süddeutsche Zeitung writes. The president noted that it was among the top priorities of the US not to allow Iran to obtain a nuclear bomb."The United States will do everything to prevent the success of the Iranian nuclear programme," Obama is quoted as saying. Thus the president is seriously considering a military operation against the Islamic Republic, Süddeutsche Zeitung writes.

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Two thirds of Syria under militant control

Israeli Military Intelligence Director Aviv Kochavi said in Herzliya that two thirds of Syria were under control of militants, RIA Novosti reports.The official expressed preoccupation, because the fall of Syrian President Basha al-Assad’s regime would be followed by growth of radical Islamic groups.

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Davutoglu: Turkey is against anti-Semitism and Israeli aggression

 Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu commented today on the recentappeal by the U.S. Congress with a request to Prime Minister RecepTayyip Erdogan to abandon comparing Zionism with Nazism. The prime ministerexplained that Turkey will undoubtedly oppose anti-semitism, but alsotakes a tough stance on Israel's aggressive policy towards itsneighbors. "On these issues, our position is open, we are against anti-semitism.But we have always been and will continue to oppose the expansionist

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