The proposed nuclear agreement with Iran will not be limited to a decade, a senior U.S. official said.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei appeared in public following reports that he was hospitalized with late-stage cancer.9
Israel’s top intelligence officer will visit the United States this week, sources with knowledge of the itinerary said; a sign that security cooperation continues despite disputes between the countries’ leaders over strategy over Iran.
As the American and Israeli leaders prepare to meet today, reactions to a new arms deal tell us a lot about how people view the Obama administration and its Israeli counterpart, Jane Eisner writes.
The Argentine-Israeli journalist who first reported the death of special prosecutor Alberto Nisman filed a lawsuit against two state-owned companies that revealed his private data.
Several major powers’ governments have indicated that they will not sign a bad agreement with Iran, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.4
The White House named Robert Malley, a U.S. negotiator at the 2000 Camp David talks, to lead the Middle East desk at the National Security Council.
A spokesman for Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) said he would press ahead with two bills seeking a greater congressional say over Iran nuclear talks even as he faces corruption charges.
Tens of thousands of Israelis gathered at a rally in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square calling for a change in the government.3
The United States and France sought on Saturday to play down any disagreements over nuclear talks with Iran, saying they both agreed the accord now under discussion needed to be strengthened.
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