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Extremist Settlers Torch Palestinian Taxi


A Palestinian taxi was set on fire in a West Bank village near Hebron.Read More

Antagonism to Israel Fuels Norway Anti-Semitism


The international security organization OSCE has warned that anti-Israel attitudes in Norway may be fuelling anti-Semitism there.Read More

Vandals Strike Jewish Cemetery in Hartford


Unknown vandals overturned about 40 gravestones at a Jewish cemetery in Hartford, Conn.Read More

Crucial Debate May Focus on Libya and Iran

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President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney face off in front of the cameras for a third and final time in a foreign policy debate likely to focus on Middle East.Read More

Bibi to Blair: Israel Will Keep Striking Back


Israel will continue to attack the groups that fire rockets on her citizens, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.Read More

Lebanon Unrest Marks Worst Crisis in Years

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The Beirut car bomb that killed a top Lebanese security official will probably prove to be the most destabilising attack in Lebanon since the 2005 assassination of former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri.Read More

Bibi: I Know Nothing About Iran Talks

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday he didn’t know about any U.S. plans to talk bilaterally with Iran, saying tougher sanctions and a “credible military option” were the best ways to peacefully halt Tehran’s nuclear programme.Read More

Middle East May Loom Large in Final Debate

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When President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney face off on Monday in their third and final debate, it will be the Republican challenger’s last best chance to recover from his botched “Libya moment” and exploit vulnerabilities in his opponent’s foreign policy record.Read More

Fatah Suffers Setback in Palestinian Vote

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Gains by rebels and a low turnout have dealt a blow to Fatah, the dominant party in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, which had hoped to paper over internal squabbles and a lack of cash with a strong election showing.Read More

Israel Defend New Settlement Expansion Plan


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended the finalizing of a plan to build nearly 800 apartments in the eastern Jerusalem neighborhood of Gilo.Read More

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