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By Molly Seder WASHINGTON (VR) – Hundreds rallied outside the Israeli embassy in Washington, DC to demand an end to the ongoing airstrikes on the Gaza Strip that have killed more than 100 Palestinians.
by Selim SAHEB ETTABA JERUSALEM, October 4, 2013 (AFP) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's uncompromising United Nations speech on Iran and its nuclear programme has unified ranks at home but vexed the United States, drawing fire from influential American pundits.
By Crystal ParkWashington (VOR)-- In recent weeks, the historically icy relations between the U.S. and Iran seemed to be thawing out.
by Tim WITCHER UNITED NATIONS, October 1, 2013 (AFP) - Israel is ready to act alone to stop Iran making a nuclear bomb, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday, in a warning against rushing into deals with Tehran's new leaders.
MOSCOW (RIA Novosti, citing AFP)— Palestinian chief negotiator Saed Erekat has accepted the decision of Israel to free 104 prisoners, according to a report from Agence France Press.
WASHINGTON – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu traveled on Wednesday to Sochi, Russia, where and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed Russia’s opposition to foreign intervention and the highly criticized Israeli airstrikes in Syria.