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U.S., Israeli officials discuss Iran, Abraham Accords
The meeting took place as the indirect talks between the U.S. and Iran in Vienna reached a critical juncture. Western diplomats say they are now in the final phase of the talks and believe that a deal is within reach.
Erdogan: Israeli president visit to benefit bilateral ties
Herzog is expected to be in Turkey in early March in a rare trip following years of frayed ties between the two countries. Meanwhile, a senior official delegation from Turkey is visiting Israel as part of preparations for the president’s
EU watchdog seeks ban on Israeli surveillance tool Pegasus
The EDPS said on Tuesday use of Pegasus might lead to an “unprecedented level of intrusiveness, able to interfere with the most intimate aspects of our daily lives.” Israel has come under global pressure over allegations that Pegasus has been
Palestinian youth killed, many injured in Israeli raid in WB
The Ministry of Health confirmed that Mohammad Akram Abu Salah, 17, from the village of al-Yamoun, has succumbed to his injuries that he sustained in the head by an Israeli gunfire. Mahmoud Al-Saadi, an official in Jenin, stated that the
State Department rips Israeli plan to expand West Bank settlements
The State Department said Tuesday it is “deeply concerned” by the Israeli government’s plan to authorize the construction of more than 3,000 homes for Jewish settlers in the West Bank, the Biden administration’s strongest statement on the issue so far.