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Turkey Won’t Fuel Iranian Passenger Planes as Trump Sanctions Take Effect

Mnuchin warned SWIFT, the bloodline of global banking, the US would penalize if should it not cut off financial services to entities doing business with Iran.

Iranians Celebrate 39th Anniversary of US Embassy Takeover

During Sunday's rallies, the demonstrators chanted slogans against the US and Israel.

Abbas, al-Sisi Meet to Discuss Alleged Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Deal

The Gaza fishing zone would be expanded to 14 nautical miles. The Kerem Shalom and Erez crossings would open permanently.
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Netanyahu Thanks Trump as US Sanctions on Iran Set to ‘Snap Back’ in Full...

"The effect of the initial sanctions is already being felt - the rial has plummeted, Iran's economy is depressed and the results are evident."

Egyptian Security Delegation Returns to Gaza on Eve of Another Riotous Friday

The security delegation will discuss measures to stabilize the current cease-fire and prevent friction on the Gaza Strip border, but talks will not address halting tomorrow's return marches.

Russian Oil Producer Evades Trump Sanctions by Selling Iranian Rights to Putin

Promsyryeimport has been operating an "oil-for-goods" program in Iran.

Russian Defense Ministry Warns ‘Hot Heads’ to Refrain from Provocative Actions in Syria

"At present, Russian advisers are preparing Syrian military personnel for combat work on these modern air defense systems."

Amira Oron Appointed First Female Israeli Ambassador to Egypt

Oron is the second official female ambassador to an Arab nation; the first was Einat Klein, who represented Israel in Jordan.

WATCH: Israeli Judo Team Wins 2nd Gold Medal, 3 Bronze Medals at Abu Dhabi...

Netanyahu: "There is much hope when we hear our national anthem; everyone is moved by this honor and pride. It is not only your personal achievement and the Jewish achievement of Israeli sports, but also the fact that the anthem was being played in Abu Dhabi."
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Israeli Sports Minister Miri Regev Visits Mosque in United Arab Emirates

Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev was invited by an official representative of United Arab Emirates to an official visit at the Sheikh Zayed...

Absolutely No One Recalls Sinai War’s 62nd Anniversary (It’s Today)

Israel was looking to end the constant infiltrations from the Gaza Strip of Fedayeen terrorists, who robbed and murdered Israeli settlers—many of whom were recent newcomers to the Jewish State.

Israeli Foreign Ministry Director-General: ‘Condemnations Are Not Enough’ to Deal With Anti-Semitic Violence

"To prevent more attacks against Jews, the battle against all manifestations of antisemitism must be fierce and global."

WATCH: Israeli Judoka Takes Gold at Judo Grand Slam Tourney in Abu Dhabi

For the first time ever, the Israeli national anthem, Hatikvah, played in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates.

Netanyahu’s Secret Trip to Oman

The last visit to Oman by an Israeli leader took place in 1996, when then-Prime Minister Shimon Peres arrived for talks.

Russians, UN, in First Joint Patrol of Israeli-Syrian Border

"In the future, we plan to carry out a joint patrolling mission directly to the southernmost end of the demilitarized zone."

Chinese Bank Stops Iranian Oil Transactions Ahead of US Sanctions

Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh played down President Trump's attempts to "zero down Iran's crude exports," warning that the US sanctions will only inflame the market.

IDF Searches for Missing Jordanian Children Swept Away in Flash Flood Near Dead Sea

“At this time the soldiers are wrapping up rescue operation and will continue to search for those who are still missing to the best of their ability as the weather conditions permit in the area of the flood zone.”

Report: Hezbollah Returning to Syrian Golan

So far, operations in the village include mainly observations, using equipment provided by Hezbollah to local enlisted activists who report back to the terror organization.

While Trump Sours on Saudis, Germans, Europeans, Ban Arms Sales to the Kingdom

But Spain's prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, announced on Wednesday that his government plans to fulfill its arms sales contracts with Saudi Arabia despite his personal "dismay" over the journalist's killing.

Erdogan: Saudi Journalist’s Murder Was ‘Premeditated’

"Everyone, those who ordered his murder and those who executed it, should answer for their doing," Erdogan said, labeling the killing of Khashoggi a "political murder."

IDF Exposed Hezbollah Border Post Violating 2006 UN Resolution

As of February 2009, many key points in Resolution 1701 remain insufficiently addressed.

Iran’s Supreme Court Confirms Execution of Gold Trader Blamed for Economic Decline

Tehran police and the courts would have to find new scapegoats for the falling rial.

Responding to Mob Pressure, King Abdullah Revokes Parts of Peace Treaty with Israel

Naturally, the thousands of anti-Israel demonstrators were drinking fresh water drawn from lake Kinneret and other Israeli water sources—as part of the same 1994 peace treaty.

Netanyahu to Treasury Secretary Mnuchin: Israel, US, Prove Resilience of Free Economies

"We have the same minds and we have the same hearts," Netanyahu said, adding, "We have the same interests and the same values."

Saudi Jet Crashes near Jordan Killing Both Pilots

This model offers the latest cockpit and training system modifications to help Saudi pilots transition to the Eurofighter Typhoon combat jet.

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