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Communal leaders have highlighted former New South Wales premier Barry O'Farrell's strong ties with the Jewish community, following his resignation from the state's top job last week. Affectionately dubbed Baruch O'Farrell, during his time in office
Under pressure from Arab nations, the United Nations Human Rights Council has rejected a U.S.-backed choice to replace its outgoing point man on Palestine, and is now eyeing two candidates who share a long history of alleged anti-Israel bias. The
President Peres's state visit to China, the first by an Israeli president in over a decade, occurs against the background of the current debate in Israel over Chinese investments in Israeli assets. Reports in recent months of talks between the
Taipei, April 3 (CNA) The Israeli representative office in Taiwan reopened its doors Thursday after Israel's diplomats ended a 10-day strike that closed the country's overseas missions, the office said. The strike ended the previous day after the
Middle East Quartet Special Envoy Tony Blair arrived in Cairo late Monday for his second visit to Egypt in one month.
Instability in the Middle East may lead Arab nations to consider cooperation with Israel, the U.S. military chief said...Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, on Monday described for reporters his discussions with Israeli
Since high school, it has been very clear to me that my future would be in diplomacy. I saw myself bringing Israel to the outside world, living in the beating heart of foreign affairs. I saw diplomacy as a major contribution to today's global Village,
Taipei, March 25 (CNA) Israel's representative office in Taiwan has shut its doors temporarily after the country's foreign ministry went on strike, affecting Taiwanese applicants for work and student visas to the Middle Eastern country.
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has canceled a planned visit to Latin America in April due to the Foreign Ministry strike, Israeli officials said on Wednesday. This is the first trip abroad that Netanyahu has been forced to cancel since the