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Israel Fighting Fire in Montenegro

Israel sent one team to help with logistics and two firefighting planes to battle the massive blaze.
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Labor MK at NATO Seminar: Iranian Threat Main Cause of Regional Instability

The "Israeli-Palestinian conflict" is not connected to the threat against the democratic world emanating from the Middle East, Barlev said.

Turkey Backpedals as Tensions Rise With Moscow, Says ‘Didn’t Know Downed Plane Was Russian’

Turkey begins to dial down its outrage as Moscow raises hostilities and brings more military hardware closer to the Syrian-Turkish border.

NATO ‘Looking Forward’ to Working With Trump

US President-elect Trump assured NATO of America's continued support for the alliance, and for Europe's security.

BBC Reporter Needles French Jewish Woman at Unity Rally

A BBC reporter needled a French Jewish woman Sunday at the mega Paris unity rally over the unrelated issue of Israel and Palestinians.

‘Peace Only Possible When All Parties Believe They’re Losing’

“I think peace is only possible, when none of the parties to the conflict think they can win. "

Chief of Staff Gantz at NATO Chiefs Meeting in Brussels

IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz and Col. Adam Susman, head of the International Military Cooperation Department, landed in Brussels on Tuesday for the...

Jordan to Play Important NATO Role Against ISIS

King Abdullah’s participation in the upcoming NATO summit will be of “immeasurable illumination” on the strategy of confronting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Syria (ISIS).

Ex Powell Aide: US Can Attack without UN Mandate

Should we be a little disturbed when the Obama Administration is recruiting a veteran GW Bush hand to support its war plans?

NATO Chief Added to Obama’s ‘Diss List’

President Obama appears to have added NATO Secy-Gen. Jens Stoltenberg to his White House "diss list."

Putin Accuses Turkey of ‘Stab in the Back’

Russian President Vladimir Putin is furious after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet; he accused Ankara of a "stab in the back."

Netanyahu: Israel Has Foiled Dozens of Major Terror Attacks in Europe

"You’ll have the son of ISIS and the grandson of al-Qaeda that will be fighting [for] this new Shi’ite force."

The Levy Report on Legality of Building in Judea, Samaria Now in English!

The Levy Commission Report, which examined the legality of Israeli construction in Judea and Samaria, is now available online in English.

Russia Scolds NATO, USA on Sanctions, Troop Movements

As pro-Russian separatists eat up town after town in eastern Ukraine, the Kremlin is closely monitoring NATO’s reaction – and the White House response.

Brussels Shuts Down Metro, Goes To High Alert in Fear of Terror

Belgian authorities have ramped up the terror threat to Level 4 in Brussels -- the highest possible -- and closed down the metro.

Subways, Schools Closed as Terrorized Brussels Remains in Lockdown

Belgium's capital city remains at the highest alert level 4, but the rest of the country has reduced its guard slightly now to level 3.

US, Germany Pull Patriot Batteries from Turkey

The US and Germany plan to pull their Patriot missile batteries from the Turkish border with Syria.

Netanyahu And NATO Representatives Commit To Mutual Cooperation, Fighting Terror Together

Although not a member of the NATO alliance, Israel has already played an integral role as a member of NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue.

IAI’s ELTA Subsidiary to Supply Advanced 3D Surveillance Radar to European NATO Member

"We are pleased to continue expanding our sales in Europe, especially with prestigious NATO customers."

Newly-Elected UK Labour Head is ‘Friend’ of Hamas, Hezbollah

Britain's pro-Palestinian Arab opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn is elected head of the Labour Party in a landslide victory.

Kerry’s Hapless Stance on Ukraine Not a Boost for Israeli Concessions

Kerry believes if he only tried hard, focused fiercely and slept hardly at all, he could get things done.

IDF Educates NATO On Women in the Military

Brig. Gen. Tevet-Wiesel spoke to global military representatives on the IDF’s opportunities for women, which are considered advanced relative to those of other armies.

Influential Chicago Jewish Federation Says ‘No’ to IranDeal

The influential Jewish Federation of Chicago joins the growing opposition to the Iran nuclear deal.

4 Russian Cruise Missiles Accidentally Hit Iran (No Kidding)

Four long-range Russian cruise missiles reportedly crashed in Iran Wednesday as they flew overhead towards Syria.

NATO Head Focuses on Defense Spending, ‘Fair Burden Sharing’ at Gathering in Brussels

The NATO secretary-general urged his fellow member state defense ministers to "keep up the momentum."

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