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Ambassador Meron previously worked at Israeli embassies in the U.S., Norway and Cyprus.
Netanyahu discussed the details of the agreement Israel signed with Turkey, and the benefits to Israel...
On Monday Minister Yisrael Katz (Likud) told reporters: “I do not think it is right to lock up two million people without any connection to the world."
Only 22 countries around the globe have reached an average life expectancy greater than 80 years, so if one is planning to retire abroad, one should consider those countries most seriously.
EgyptAir hijacker is asking for political asylum in Cyprus. It's still not known if there's a bomb on board.
Israeli Defense Minister Ya'alon warned that forces in the region may be on the brink of starting World War III.
Monday, November 11, Russia’s Slava-class missile cruiser Varyag pulled into Alexandria for the Russian navy’s first port visit in Egypt since 1992.
Russia maintains a military base in the port of Tartous, Syria.
Israel must respond to its Western neighbor's recognition of Palestinian statehood.
The noose tightened on Hizbullah Wednesday after a Swedish-Lebanese citizen on trial in Cyprus admitted that the terrorist organization recruited him to stake out...
A Swedish citizen of Lebanese origin suspected of planning to attack Israeli targets in Cyprus was ordered held over by a court there. The Cypriot...
Cyprus is said to be so high on Russia's priority list that President Putin himself is currently dealing with the €4bn loan request from Nicosia. The financial risk for the Russians is limited. There is every chance that Cyprus will be able to repay their bilateral loans fairly soon. Nicosia hopes to start exploiting the huge gas reserves off the Cypriotic coast in the coming decade. With Russian help, it might even be able to exploit these gas fields within the next five years.
Russia undoubtedly has strategic interests when offering financial support to debt-ridden Europe. Many will lose through the eurocrisis, but Russia will not be among them. So far, Brussels has not turned to Moscow for help -- yet. But if the situation deteriorates, that soon might be the case.
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