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Benjamin Netanyahu warns Iran of 'strongest blow' if it attacks Israel, says his country stands with US
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Benjamin Netanyahu warns Iran of 'strongest blow' if it attacks Israel, says his country stands with US

'Whoever tries to attack us will be dealt the strongest blow,' Netanyahu said, accusing Iran of leading a campaign to 'strangle and destroy' Israel.

Iran's Gen Qassem Soleimani killed in US airstrike in Baghdad; Pentagon confirms Trump ordered killing after attack on embassy
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Iran's Gen Qassem Soleimani killed in US airstrike in Baghdad; Pentagon confirms Trump ordered killing after attack on embassy

The Pentagon said Thursday that the US military has killed General Qassem Soleimani, the head of elite Quds Force of Iran, at the direction of President Donald Trump

Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu seeks immunity from corruption charges in a bid to delay trial till March elections
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Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu seeks immunity from corruption charges in a bid to delay trial till March elections

Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted in November on charges of accepting bribes, fraud, and breach of trust

Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu wins Likud party leadership race in a big boost ahead of 2020 general elections
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Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu wins Likud party leadership race in a big boost ahead of 2020 general elections

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu easily won a vote to keep the Likud party helm, the party said on Friday, in a boost ahead of what is likely to be a hard-fought general election in March

Iran's top rated chess player Alireza Firouzja won't play for country due to ban on Israeli players
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Iran's top rated chess player Alireza Firouzja won't play for country due to ban on Israeli players

Iran’s top rated chess champion has decided not to play for his country, Iranian news agencies reported on Tuesday, in an apparent reaction to Tehran’s informal ban on competing against Israeli players.

Anti-Citizenship Act protests: Jamia Millia Islamia students call off university lockdown; varsity announces holidays till 5 Jan
India

Anti-Citizenship Act protests: Jamia Millia Islamia students call off university lockdown; varsity announces holidays till 5 Jan

Jamia Millia Islamia University administration said those who indulged in violence and clashed with police were 'outsiders' and not students

Saudi gunman tweeted against US shortly before naval base shooting, accused country of being 'anti-Muslim'
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Saudi gunman tweeted against US shortly before naval base shooting, accused country of being 'anti-Muslim'

Authorities believe the gunman made social media posts criticizing the US under a user handle similar to his name

Donald Trump dubs himself Israel’s best friend in White House at American Israeli Council National Summit in Florida
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Donald Trump dubs himself Israel’s best friend in White House at American Israeli Council National Summit in Florida

Donald Trump opened his speech the American Israeli Council National Summit in Florida by talking about his decision to overturn long-standing American foreign policy and recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital

Israel has ‘full right’ to annex Jordan Valley, says Benjamin Netanyahu after meeting with Mike Pompeo
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Israel has ‘full right’ to annex Jordan Valley, says Benjamin Netanyahu after meeting with Mike Pompeo

Netanyahu said his proposal to annex strategic part of occupied West Bank was discussed during a late-night meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

Citizenship (Amendment) Bill dishonours freedom fighters, says Asaduddin Owaisi; AIMIM chief accuses Centre of reviving Jinnah's two-nation theory
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Citizenship (Amendment) Bill dishonours freedom fighters, says Asaduddin Owaisi; AIMIM chief accuses Centre of reviving Jinnah's two-nation theory

AIMIM chief and Lok Sabha MP Asaduddin Owaisi said in New Delhi on Wednesday that the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB) if implemented "will make India Israel", which is known for "discrimination"

Iran's president Hassan Rouhani calls for release of those arrested for minor offences during protests against fuel hike
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Iran's president Hassan Rouhani calls for release of those arrested for minor offences during protests against fuel hike

Demonstrations erupted in Iran on 15 November against the unexpected decision to raise the price of petrol by as much as 200 percent

2008 Mumbai Attacks: Author of book on 26/11 discusses significance of his book being adapted into a ZEE5 series
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2008 Mumbai Attacks: Author of book on 26/11 discusses significance of his book being adapted into a ZEE5 series

Sandeep Unnithan, the author of Black Tornado: The Three Sieges of Mumbai 26/11, reveals interesting trivia about the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

Iran warns 'thugs' US, Israel, Saudi Arabia against stoking unrest over gas price hike, says 'won't have easy life' if found they intervened
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Iran warns 'thugs' US, Israel, Saudi Arabia against stoking unrest over gas price hike, says 'won't have easy life' if found they intervened

Iran has blamed 'thugs' linked to exiles and foreign foes, the United States, Israel and Saudi Arabia, for stirring up unrest following hikes in gasoline prices

After Benjamin Netanyahu's indictment on corruption charges, PM and Israel face uncertain and chaotic future
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After Benjamin Netanyahu's indictment on corruption charges, PM and Israel face uncertain and chaotic future

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was on Thursday indicted on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust in a set of long-running corruption cases, throwing his political future into doubt and heightening the uncertainty and chaos surrounding Israel's fitful, yearlong struggle to choose its next leader

Benjamin Netanyahu charged with fraud, bribery, breach of trust; first time sitting Israeli PM has been indicted
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Benjamin Netanyahu charged with fraud, bribery, breach of trust; first time sitting Israeli PM has been indicted

The indictment does not require Benjamin Netanyahu to resign but is expected to raise pressure on him to step down.

Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz fails to form coalition govt; Israel stares at third election in less than a year
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Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz fails to form coalition govt; Israel stares at third election in less than a year

Announcement by Benny Gantz, leader of the centrist Blue and White party, prolongs the political paralysis that has gripped the nation for the past year

In a pro-Israel shift, Donald Trump administration upends longstanding US policy on civilian settlements in West Bank
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In a pro-Israel shift, Donald Trump administration upends longstanding US policy on civilian settlements in West Bank

Pompeo said that the United States was rejecting the Obama administration's approach, although he denied that the move was giving a green light to Israel to build more settlements.

Gaza’s Islamic Jihad group announces ceasefire with Israel, brings to an end two days of heavy fighting that killed 32 Palestinians
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Gaza’s Islamic Jihad group announces ceasefire with Israel, brings to an end two days of heavy fighting that killed 32 Palestinians

Al-Berim said the cease-fire was based on a list of demands presented by his group late on Wednesday, the fighting broke out early on Tuesday after Israel killed a senior commander of the militant group.

Mike Pompeo, Benjamin Netanyahu escalate pressure on EU to scrap Iran nuclear pact; Israeli PM accuses Tehran of violating NPT
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Mike Pompeo, Benjamin Netanyahu escalate pressure on EU to scrap Iran nuclear pact; Israeli PM accuses Tehran of violating NPT

Iran said this week that it had increased its supply of advanced centrifuges and reactivated a much larger number of old centrifuges that had been idle, accelerating its ability to produce enough nuclear material to make a bomb.

Israel not responsible for Palestine's suffering, says Donald Trump's senior advisor Jared Kushner as Ramallah faces financial crisis
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Israel not responsible for Palestine's suffering, says Donald Trump's senior advisor Jared Kushner as Ramallah faces financial crisis

US President Donald Trump's son-in-law, and senior adviser, told the Future Investment Initiative conference in the Saudi capital Riyadh