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Israeli police recommend indictment of Netanyahu on corruption charges

  JERUSALEM — Israeli Prime ­Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should be indicted in two corruption cases on suspicion of accepting bribes, fraud and breach of trust, police recommended Tuesday, ramping up pressure ...

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Trump’s new “Final Solution” to the Jewish Question

Israel

[ad_1] Michael Herzog – On the morning of February 10, there were news on the media outlet that caused concern among observers of the Middle East events: Israel has bombed some ...

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Houthis destroyed Saudi Arabia’s Patriot Air Defense system in western Yemen

Houthis destroyed Saudi Arabia’s Patriot Air Defense system in western Yemen

On February 8, an unnamed Yemeni officer told the Yemeni  the Yemeni Air Defense Force and the Missile Forces [both allied with the Houthis] conducted a joint operation and destroyed ...

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Israel channel: Syrian army shot down Israel fighter jet

Israel channel: Syrian army shot downed Israel fighter jet

channel 14 of Israel reported that Israel’s army  launched a “large-scale attack” inside Syria on Saturday, targeting three aerial defense batteries and sites in Syria. Syrian army responded to this ...

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Dozens picket Saudi embassy in London demanding end of UK arms sales to Riyadh

arms sales

[ad_1] Dozens of people participated in a protest against UK’s ongoing weapon sales to Saudi Arabia, involved in a war in Yemen, that took place outside the Saudi Embassy in ...

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Activists demand UK cancel Mohammed Bin Salman visit

Mohammed Bin Salman

[ad_1] Theresa May should raise the issue of freedom of expression with Saudi Arabia’s crown prince when he comes to visit – even if the lecture grates Theresa May is ...

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Fidel Castro’s son, a bookish nuclear scientist, commits suicide

Fidel Castro Díaz-Balart

[ad_1] The 68-year-old son of Cuba’s former leader Fidel Castro has killed himself in Havana, according to Cuban state media. Fidel Ángel Castro Díaz-Balart was found on Thursday morning and ...

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Venezuela condemns ‘coup’ comments by US’ Rex Tillerson

Venezuela

[ad_1] Venezuela’s Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino has slammed comments made by U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who mused about the possibility of an internal military coup that would topple Venezuelan President Nicolas ...

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Britons divided over Brexit, research finds

Brexit

[ad_1] The social divide revealed by Britain’s 2016 vote to leave the European Union is not only here to stay but deepening, according to academic research published on Wednesday. Think ...

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Brexit: EU ministers agree on transition period demands

Brexit

[ad_1] EU ministers have approved a new set of guidelines for a transition period following Great Britain’s exit from the bloc. The EU is offering the UK a “status quo” ...

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