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Secretary of State John Kerry looked weary and despondent at his much-delayed Cairo news conference Friday evening. Five days of shuttling through the region and endless phone calls to multiple parties had come to nothing. Having begun the year with
Israel does not expect world powers reach a nuclear agreement with Iran at the end of July, a Government Minister said Friday, accusing Tehran of having "hard line" in the negotiations in Vienna. Strategic Affairs
Speaking to the Reuters news agency as Iran and the West gathered for another round of talks aimed at ending the international dispute over Iran's nuclear program, Steinitz said, "My estimate is that there will not be [a deal]. I think the Iranians
Sunni Islamist insurgents who have seized much of northern and western Iraq, which has borders with Syria and Jordan...Today's Jordanian military similarly did not require help, Steinitz said, "as they are sufficiently professional and determined".
Interviewed on IDF Radio, Steinitz said, "Gaza is, indeed, growing an army with artillery." He added, "We should try to choose the timing [of an operation] and not have our enemies choose the timing."
Klein, ZOA President Mark Langfan Dr. Aryeh Hirsch 08:02 Reported News Brief 6/11/2014, Sivan 13, 5774 Zero Surprises' in US Talks with Iran Israel and the United States reached new understandings regarding the Zero Surprises' policies pertaining
Israeli officials including MK Yuval Steinitz warned against rushing into a deal. "Any international agreement that leaves Iran on the threshold of nuclear capability is worse than no agreement at all," he said. "What is now at hand is not just the
02 Reported News Brief 6/3/2014, Sivan 5, 5774 Steinitz Accuses Washington of Hypocrisy After PA Announcement Israeli government officials continued to express outrage, Tuesday, over the United States' commitment to support a Hamas-backed
They are unnecessary and there are appropriate forums to deal with these matters, Netanyahu said at a meeting of the Likud party members this morning (Sunday).
Breaking News Minister Steinitz says military shouldn't have so much control of nation's budget Minister Yuval Steinitz attacked the defense apparatus Saturday saying that its leaders are responsible for a series of exercises that are designed to