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JUL 22, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Palestinian Homes In The West Bank Will Soon Be Demolished -- Again

WASHINGTON -- Nasser Nawajah was 4 years old the first time Israeli forces expelled him from his home in Susiya, a village in the southern part of the West Bank. In the 29 years since, Israeli forces have destroyed Nawajah's home -- and those of his neighbors -- countless times. Now, they’re threatening to do it again. The Palestinian village of ...

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JUL 21, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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Post Iran deal, Israel looks to improve ties with Turkey

Efforts by Israel and Turkey to restore their once strong relationship could be helped by the common threats they face from Islamic State militants and Iran, a senior Israeli diplomat said on Tuesday. Israeli-Turkish ties have soured during Tayyip Erdogan's rule in Ankara, but his Islamist-rooted AK Party's setbacks in a June 7 election and the reshaping of the region ...

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JUL 17, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Obama Is Sending Military-Grade Spy Gear To Egypt. What Could Go Wrong?

WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama's State Department has approved the sale to Egypt of a sophisticated, military-grade mobile surveillance system that experts and activists fear Cairo's authoritarian regime will use against the country's citizens.  The State Department says that Egypt will only use the system on the Egyptian border with war-torn Libya, where a branch of the Islamic State group is mushrooming. ...

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JUL 16, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Could Obama Have Gotten More From Iran With Additional, Crippling Sanctions?

WASHINGTON – Critics of the nuclear deal that major world powers struck with Iran this week have largely based their case on a counterfactual. Had President Barack Obama imposed sanctions on Iran that were more aggressive -- “crippling,” even -- then, the theory goes, he would have extracted more favorable concessions. This argument is meant, in part, to reinforce the ...

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