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It is unbelievable, but 73 years after the Holocaust, there is a country in the Middle East, Iran, that is calling for the destruction of another six million Jews," Netanyahu told Putin.
Netanyahu, Putin Agree to ‘Continue Coordination’ Between Military Forces After Iran-Israel-Syria Clash (video)
"I have been warning for some time about the dangers of Iran’s military entrenchment in Syria. Iran seeks to use Syrian territory to attack Israel for its professed goal of destroying Israel."
The deal, estimated at $2.5 billion, has caused concern among Turkey’s NATO allies, who argued that the Russian system is incompatible with NATO's.
The denial came in the wake of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned Israel not to attack Iranian military positions in Syria, which Netanyahu had threatened to forcibly block.
At least 10 were killed, more than 40 were wounded after two explosions in the metro. A third bomb was defused.
The two men discussed the situation in Syria, in the context of joint efforts to combat international terrorism, and examined the main areas of bilateral cooperation.
US Pres. Trump and Russia's Pres. Putin reportedly agreed in a phone call to coordinate efforts to "crush" ISIS in Syria and maintain "regular personal contacts."
PM Netanyahu spoke with Russia's Pres. Putin about the situation in Syria, security coordination between the two nations, and about "peace."
EU chief Mogherini, Iranian leaders reportedly "agree on necessity to cut aid to terror groups."
Russia's prime minister plans local talks with Israeli and Palestinian Authority leaders.
Russia's President Putin tells his people to prepare for nuclear war; US President Obama threatens a "massive cyber attack" on the Kremlin. Half the world hangs between.
The Kremlin denies there are any specific plans to hold a summit between Israeli and Palestinian Authority leaders this fall.
"The content of the letter is very clear. We express our regret. We say that we are sharing the pain felt by those who lost loved ones. We say that we will pay compensation, if needed."
PM Netanyahu is set to travel June 7 to Moscow on an official visit marking 25 years of ties with Russia.
According to reports, the meeting between Putin and Netanyahu took place even as two separate reports on the Russian jets opening fire on Israeli aircraft were coming in.
Anti-Semitism is again raising its ugly face in the Russian city of Perm, thinly veiled this time with the mask of "anti-Chabad."
Russia is offering to invest billions of dollars in Israeli off-shore oil and gas development.
A Panama-based law firm leaked millions of records exposing a global network of tax havens.
Lithuania decides to restore mandatory military service for males ages 19-27, as Ukraine fights to keep its independence.
Iran for years has been trying to get Russia’s advanced S-300 missile system that can down commercial airplanes. Putin, feeling his oats after leading Obama by the nose, is ready to supply the goods.