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    After war with Israel, a grieving Gaza marks Eidul Azha holiday

    For Palestinians who lost loved ones during violence in Gaza two months ago, there is little cause for celebration during the upcoming holiday of Eidul Azha.

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    In first for Gulf, UAE opens embassy in Israel

    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has inaugurated its embassy in Israel, less than a year after the two countries announced they would establish formal diplomatic relations.

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    Turkish and Israeli presidents talk in rare phone call

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has spoken with his new Israeli counterpart Isaac Herzog, in a sign of a possible thaw between the two former allies after years of frosty relations.

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    Ex-Mossad chief becomes head of new Saudi-backed SoftBank office: Report

    Yossi Cohen, the former chief of Israeli spy agency Mossad, is becoming head of the new office of the Saudi-backed conglomerate SoftBank in Israel, a report says.

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    Israeli settlements amount to war crime: UN expert

    Israeli settlements in east Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank amount to a war crime, a UN human rights investigator said on Friday, calling on countries to inflict

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    Abbas Declares End to 'All Agreements' with Israel

    Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has declared an end to "all agreements, including security coordination" with Tel Aviv amid Israeli violations against the Palestinians.

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    Israel begin demolishing Palestinian homes in Jerusalem

    Hundreds of Israeli troops, accompanied by bulldozers, have begun demolishing homes in the Palestinian village of Sur Baher near the separation wall, despite Palestinian protests and international criticism.

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    37 Years Later Film Uncovers Mossad's Red Sea Diving Resort Operation

    It was one of the Mossad’s most daring, complex and longest-running operations. But only now, 37 years on, is the story of a Red Sea diving resort run by the agency getting its moment in the sun.

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    Israel could be ‘wiped out’ in a war with Iran, Hezbollah leader warns

    Nasrallah made the remarks during a televised interview al-Manar television on Friday on the occasion of the 13th anniversary of the Second Lebanon War in 2006.

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    Anger grows over Israel’s controversial al-Quds dig in presence of US officials

    Palestinians and several organizations have condemned the inauguration of a highly contentious tunnel built by the Israeli regime at an archaeological site in occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds and the attendance of Americ.

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    Israel Strikes Iranian Targets in Syria, 16 Killed

    The attack came amid escalating tensions in the region between Iran and the United States over sanctions and the downing of an American reconnaissance drone, and just hours before the International Atomic Energy Agency

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    India Votes for Israel Against Palestinian NGO at UN

    In a major diplomatic shift, India voted in favour of Israel sponsored resolution in the United Nations Economic and Social Council against a Palestinian human rights group.Earlier, Israel had objected to Palestinian

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    Israel arrests brother of Palestinian protest icon Ahed Tamimi

    Their father, Bassem Tamimi, said soldiers broke in early Monday and arrested 15-year-old Mohammed. He said Mohammed broke his arm over the weekend running from tear gas during protests in their.

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    Netanyahu vows to annex West Bank settlements

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pledged to annex settlements in the occupied West Bank if he wins Tuesday’s elections, a deeply controversial move that could.

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    Israel was behind coup against Egypt’s Morsi:Israel general

    Israel worked to overthrow Egypt’s first democratically elected President, Mohamed Morsi, and to orchestrate a coup against him in 2013, Israeli army Brigadier General, Aryeh Eldad, wrote in a local paper.

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    Israeli officials forgot top secret Indian arms deal papers at airport restaurant

    Israeli security officials left confidential documents about the weapon deal with India at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport before boarding a flight to New Delhi in January, an Israeli newspoaper reported on Thursday. 

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    From inspiration to despair: A year of Gaza's Great March of Return

    Last month, a 14-year-old Palestinian from Gaza, Hasan Shalabi, was fatally shot in the chest by an Israeli sniper. He had been looking for work and food for his family when he became one of dozens.

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    Netanyahu says prepared for 'comprehensive' Gaza operation

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday Israel is prepared for a widespread military campaign in Gaza as tensions simmered following the latest flare-up — but only after all other options were exhausted.

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    At UN Europe says Golan is not Israeli territory

    Five European countries that sit on the UN Security Council on Tuesday (Mar 26) rejected US President Donald Trump's decision to recognise the Golan as Israeli territory.

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    Syria, world slam US for recognizing Israel’s ‘sovereignty’ over Golan

    World nations and prominent international rights groups have joined voices with Syria to condemn the recent decision by US President Donald Trump to recognize Israel’s “sovereignty” over the Golan.

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    Israel Begins New Gaza Offensive

    The Israeli military has sent two infantry brigades and armored forces to Gaza border and is preparing to call up thousands of reservists, including some from the Air Defense Command, the Intelligence Corps and the Home

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    Israel’s killing of Gazans may amount to war crimes: UN

    A UN fact-finding mission says Israeli forces committed rights violations during their crackdown against Palestinian protesters in the Gaza Strip last year that may amount to “war crimes,” urging.

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    Netanyahu says Israel 'not a state of all its citizens'

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in full campaign mode ahead of April 9 polls, on Sunday said Israel “was not a state of all its citizens” in a reference to the country’s Arab population.

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    Building on Syria war gains, Hezbollah scores political win

    Hezbollah’s bigger role in Lebanon’s new unity government points to a growing appetite to shape state affairs and builds on unprecedented military clout the group is wielding after helping turn the tide in Syria’s war.

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