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Netanyahu corruption trial delayed until September

After a request from the prosecution for a further delay in the ongoing corruption trial of former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the next hearing will be pushed off until September. The state prosecutor requested that the …

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Netanyahu vacates official residence after 12 years

Israeli Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left his official residence in West Jerusalem early Sunday, one month after losing his post to his successor Naftali Bennett, according to  The Jerusalem Post. The Israeli …

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Turkey and three elections in the region

The recent votes in Israel, Armenia and Iran have affected both the region and those countries' relations with Turkey. In particular, Tel Aviv's new Prime Minister Bennett's discriminatory statements and Tehran's new President Raisi's conservative attitude are on the agenda

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China’s 3rd Israel-Palestine peace plan

On May 11, Israel launched The Guardian of the Walls operation after Hamas fired rockets at Israeli territory. An agreement on a ceasefire has now been reached, but it is too early to talk about a complete settlement of the conflict. On May 17, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi put forth a four-point proposal for peace in the Israel-Palestine conflict

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Biden promises to replenish Israel's Iron Dome supply

U.S. President Joe Biden promised to replenish Israel's supply of Iron Dome interceptors and to help rebuild the Gaza Strip in a brief address he delivered at the White House shortly after the announcement that a truce had been …

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Biden tells Netanyahu he supports ceasefire

U.S. President Joe Biden, in a call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, expressed his support for a ceasefire in the fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants, the White House said. "The President …

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What means Israel's 'controlled escalation'

The tough stance of the Trump administration against the nuclear deal with Iran has now morphed and changed into the Americans feeling their way back to the deal. A day after an April 6 Red Sea attack attributed to Israel’s naval commando on the Iranian military vessel the MV Saviz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made this amazing declaration at a ceremony marking Holocaust Remembrance Day: “To our good friends as well, I say, 'The deal with Iran that poses and threatens our destruction will not obligate us.'” History, Netanyahu added, has taught Israel that such agreements are worthless. “There is only one thing that we will be committed to: deterring all those who wish to annihilate us from achieving their goal," he warned

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Turkey’s normalization paradigm: Israel, Egypt, Gulf

“Normalization” is the buzzword around Turkey’s foreign policy this year and finally it seems that some results have been achieved. Turkish officials recently revealed that talks between Turkey and Egypt were underway regarding the restoration of ties and energy-related cooperation in the Eastern Mediterranean

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