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  • White House cautions, Europe condemns Israel on settlements - Ynetnews

    White House cautions, Europe condemns Israel on settlements - Ynetnews;

    Following the announcement of the first new settlement in over 20 years, the White House cautions the Jewish state without condemning its actions. The EU and UK do, however. Ynetnews & AFP|Last update: 31.03.17 , 22:39 ...

  • Michael Flynn's Russia connections back in the spotlight - ABC News

    Michael Flynn's Russia connections back in the spotlight - ABC News;

    Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, is back in the spotlight this week after he requested immunity as a condition for speaking with congressional investigators about Russia's meddling in the presidential election.

  • Re-released 9/11 photos show Pentagon after attack - The Detroit News

    Re-released 9/11 photos show Pentagon after attack - The Detroit News;

    The FBI has re-released a group of photos showing the aftermath of the hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 crash into the Pentagon during the 9/11 attacks in 2001. Loading… Post to Facebook. Re-released 9/11 photos show Pentagon after attack The FBI ...

  • Israel's security cabinet approves first new settlement in two decades - Washington Post

    Israel's security cabinet approves first new settlement in two decades - Washington Post;

    JERUSALEM — Israel's security cabinet approves first new settlement in two decades. Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. world. middle_east. Get 2016 ...and more »

  • Venezuelan attorney general breaks with Maduro, slams court ruling - CNN

    Venezuelan attorney general breaks with Maduro, slams court ruling - CNN;

    (CNN) Venezuelan Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz on Friday strongly criticized a ruling by the country's Supreme Court to take over the National Assembly's legislative powers, essentially dissolving it. "It constitutes a rupture of the ...

  • White House backs Haley, Tillerson on Syria's Assad - Jerusalem Post Israel News

    White House backs Haley, Tillerson on Syria's Assad - Jerusalem Post Israel News;

    The White House on Friday backed top aides' comments that the United States is not now focused on making Syrian President Bashar al-Assad leave power, saying the U.S. focus is on defeating Islamic State militants. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and U ...

  • UK and US accuse Russia of 'interfering in other parts of the globe' - The Independent

    UK and US accuse Russia of 'interfering in other parts of the globe' - The Independent;

    Donald Trump's Defence Secretary has accused Russia of “mucking around in other people's elections” and violating international law. General James Mattis made the claim following talks with his British counterpart, who accused Russia of “persistent ...

  • Trump executive orders will target trade 'cheaters' - USA TODAY

    Trump executive orders will target trade 'cheaters' - USA TODAY;

    WASHINGTON — President Trump promised to crack down on "foreign importers that cheat" Friday, as he planned to sign two executive orders that he said would lead to a historic reversal of the nation's trade deficit. "They're cheaters! From now on ...

  • Hamas mulls revenge after commander killed - Daily Mail

    Hamas mulls revenge after commander killed - Daily Mail;

    After openly accusing Israel of assassinating a key military commander near his Gaza home, experts agree that Palestinian militant group Hamas will want to retaliate. The question is when and where? Israeli and Palestinian experts both said Hamas would ...

  • Coalition crisis ends, new broadcasting compromise announced - Ynetnews

    Coalition crisis ends, new broadcasting compromise announced - Ynetnews;

    The threat of early elections has passed for now. The prime and finance ministers have announced a compromise to establish two broadcasting corporations: one for general matters and one for news. The IBA opposes this move. Ynet reporters & Andrew ...