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Spain’s former prime minister José María Aznar was in Israel on Tuesday to promote his new group initiative, Friends of Israel. “To have good relations with the Muslim world is very important, but not at the cost of losing...
US envoy Glyn Davies told the International Atomic Energy Agency meeting in Vienna on Thursday that Syria has not been cooperative enough with the UN and still has not answered serious questions about its alleged secret nuclear activities,...
The tomb of the Biblical patriarch Joseph, located in the ancient city of Shechem where the modern Palestinian city of Nablus now stands, recently underwent expedited renovation to repair damage done to the structure during fierce Palestinian riots...
Britain, France and Germany issued a statement before a closed-door session of the 35-member board of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna on Thursday, condemning Iran for its effort to intimidate IAEA inspectors investigating its...
The London based Arabic daily A-sharq al-Awsat reported on Thursday that the Obama administration wants Israel to extend the 10-month moratorium on West Bank settlement construction for another three months, a suggestion readily agreed to by...
After presiding over several days of intense direct talks between Israeli and Palestinian leaders in Sinai and Jerusalem, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and special US envoy George Mitchell went separate ways on Thursday, with Clinton...
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was rushed back to the operating room after a brain scan performed on Friday morning showed new bleeding in the brain following a severe stroke and massive cerebral hemorrhage late Wednesday night. Director General of...
Poll: Kadima Support Stays Steady Even Without Sharon Ariel Sharon's new centrist political party, Kadima, would win 40 Knesset seats if elections were held without him and the party were led by Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, a new Ha'aretz-...
The Hadassah University in Ein Kerem, the flagship medical center in the capital has come under fire by senior doctors across the country for its treatment of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.  The director of another large hospital has told...
Sources close to the prime minister have said that Ariel Sharon has suffered damage to his brain, and is unlikely ever to return to office, Israel's Channel 10 News reported on Thursday afternoon.  By 8pm, Professor Shlomo Mor-Yosef, Director...

 

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