Netanyahu’s India agenda: Business, ceremonies and a little Bollywood

Nine commercial agreements between the countries will be signed during the trip; Netanyahu will also attend a memorial ceremony for ...
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Judge Eliyahu Winograd, who chaired 2006 Lebanon War inquiry, dies

In 2012, four years after the report was published, Winograd assailed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his then-defense minister, Ehud ...
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Bounty hunters needed

As with any dirty job, high pay is necessary to get people to agree to do it, unless you employ ...
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Hawaii officials mistakenly warn of inbound missile

HONOLULU (AP) — A false alarm that warned of a ballistic missile headed for Hawaii sent the islands into a ...
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Palestinian Authority: Trump’s staff is Netanyahu’s staff

Palestinian Authority official says organization is still in contact with US administration, despite claims to have cut contact.

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Hawaii alert latest: Islanders tell of frantic attempts to contact loved ones as they believed ballistic missile strike was imminent

Residents of Hawaii - informed for 38 minutes that they were under attack from a ballistic missile - were forced ...
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Egypt’s police regain Mubarak-era notoriety

FILE - In this Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013 file photo, Egyptian riot police arrest a man during clashes with protesters near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. With near impunity and the backing of the Islamist president, Egyptian police have over the past week used excessive and often deadly force against protesters across much of the country, regaining their Mubarak-era notoriety as a tool of repression. With nearly 60 people dead and hundreds injured, police have re-emerged as a significant political player after spending the past two years on the sidelines. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra, File)CAIRO (AP) With near impunity and the backing of the Islamist president, Egyptian police have been accused of firing wildly at protesters, beating them and lashing out with deadly force in clashes across much of the country the past week, regaining their Hosni Mubarak-era notoriety as a tool of repression.


US warns Syria not to transfer weapons to Hezbollah

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Following reports of alleged Israeli attack on arms convoy heading to Lebanon, deputy national security advisor says Syria ‘should not further destabilize the region;’ UN says peacekeepers did not observe any planes flying over Golan Heights. Egyptian FM: Airstrike danger to Mideast security